Summer 2014 over at CBS is already shaping up nicely with the eye network renewing the Poppy Montgomery helmed police procedural Unforgettable today... [MORE]
"First Look: Adam Pally comes to The Mindy Project"
There was no bigger fan of Happy Endings than LA TV Insider Examiner. Seriously, challenge me on quotes, trivia, or ask to see my official Mandonna poster! And one of the things that I loved most about that ABC comedy was that it introduced me to Adam Pally. While I was insanely sad to see that show go after its third season, the silver lining was that Pally went over to FOX' The Mindy Project, another one of my favorite comedies. And now we have our first look at him in the episode "Music Festival"... [MORE]
"First Look: Brody returns on Homeland episode 3.03"
There isn't much known yet about how the third season of Showtime's Homeland will unfold, but what has been confirmed is that Nicholas Brody (Damian Lewis), who is being accused of being the Langley bomber has gone into hiding and is nowhere to be found for Carrie (Claire Danes) or the rest of the CIA. Or, at least for the first couple of episodes, the audience itself. Lewis won't be on-screen on Homeland until episode three, and now we have the first look at his return in the slideshow above... [MORE]
If you watched the third season premiere of ABC's Once Upon A Time, you may have picked up on the fact that Peter Pan wants something more with Henry (Jared Gilmore) than just his literal "truest believer" heart. If all he wanted was the organ, he could rip it out of him as easily as we've seen Regina (Lana Parrilla) or Rumple (Robert Carlyle) do the same thing. After all, Neverland is Pan's playground, and the Lost Boys are his Lord of Flies-like minions. They have Henry trapped-- literally. But to just kill a core character wouldn't give him any leverage over his powerful loved ones searching for him. In fact, it would pretty much end any intrigue or story in Neverland in the first place. But instead, things there are just getting started. What's to come for some very troubled characters-- old and new? We checked in with series executive producers Eddy Kitsis and Adam Horowitz to find out! ... [MORE]