Brian White, who appeared in TNT’s Men of a Certain Age and Joss Whedon’s frightfest The Cabin in the Woods, has been cast in an upcoming episode of Burn Notice. In episode 8, which will air on Aug. 9, he’ll play Agent Woods, “a hard-edged and by-the-book FBI agent” who “has devoted much of his career to bringing down a ruthless Boston Mob syndicate.” Woods will team up with Jeffrey Donovan’s Michael, and be tempted to bend the rules to put his nemeses behind bars.
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'Once Upon a Time,' 'House,' 'Burn Notice,' 'Vampire Diaries': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room
We’re in the thick of finales, folks! I never thought it’d get here (and part of me hoped it never would!), but that’s indeed the case.
Having fun? Me too!
But it’s also been a ridiculously busy week, with a rush of renewals (O. M. G.), cancellations (R.I.P. Alcatraz), and pick ups (welcome, newbs). Next week? More madness, as the networks have their annual Upfront presentations here in NYC. But the good news for you is that I’ll be trolling around getting answers to your burning questions! So send them my way. Usual means works great: firstname.lastname@example.org and @EWSandraG on Twitter!
‘ONCE UPON A TIME’: JOSH DALLAS PREVIEWS FINALE. WILL STORYBROOKE STEP UP?
After working on Lost, Once Upon a Time executive producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsiss know how to tease finales. Proof? This timely characterization of Sunday’s season finale: “They are the gang. They are the Fairy Tale Avengers,” they told EW in a chat earlier this week. Take a moment to take that in. Squeal with excitement. Now, compose yourself long enough to take in some elaboration, straight from Josh Dallas, who stopped by the office just yesterday. READ FULL STORY
We knew Michael wouldn’t let Anson and Rebecca get away with their antics. And it looks like we’ll find out his plan of action in season 6, as EW has learned that both Jere Burns and Kristanna Loken are set to return.
Burns made his first appearance last season as Anson, one of the masterminds behind the evil organization that burned Michael Westen (Jeffrey Donovan). Season 5 ended with Michael outwitting Anson and Fiona (Gabrielle Anwar) breaking the control he had over Michael, who Anson had been blackmailing. In season 6, Anson is said to be looking for “other devious resources to enact his plans.”
Rebecca (Loken) will no doubt be part of those plans. In the finale, she was revealed to be a double agent, and will return in season 6 to prove just how dangerous she can be.
Both actors are set to appear in multiple episodes.
‘Burn Notice': Jeffrey Donovan and Gabrielle Anwar play the newlywed game
Jeffrey Donovan says ‘Burn Notice’ finale will leave fans with a cliff-hanger
‘Burn Notice': Bruce Campbell teases big guest stars and bigger explosions — VIDEO
If you haven’t seen the season 5 finale of Burn Notice yet, be warned: There are spoilers ahead.
On tonight’s Burn Notice season finale, the question that has dominated the back half of the season was finally answered, for better or for worse. For weeks, evil mastermind Anson has been holding Michael Westen (Jeffrey Donovan) by his throat, threatening to turn evidence over to the authorities that would incriminate Fiona (Gabrielle Anwar) for murder. With Anson’s demands becoming too much to bear and with no solution in sight, Fiona did the only thing she could: Surrendered herself to authorities. READ FULL STORY
Jeffrey Donovan and Gabrielle Anwar play Miami’s toughest couple on screen, but how well do they really know each other? Recently, the Burn Notice stars stopped by EW.com to talk about tonight’s season 5 finale and we put their knowledge to the test.
Check out how they did in the video below. READ FULL STORY
'Pretty Little Liars,' 'Burn Notice,' and 'Last Man Standing' stars talk what's next in Spoiler Room Video Edition
If there’s something worth pausing my vacation for, it’s the third episode of Spoiler Room Video Edition! On tap today, we have some dish from Pretty Little Liars star Lucy Hale, who I caught up with during an ice skating party (as always, forgive me camera skills); a piece of my sitdown with Gabrielle Anwar from Burn Notice; and a fun preview from Nancy Travis from Last Man Standing. (Also, Liars fans, make sure you’ve checked out this juicy news!)
There’s a little something for everyone, I hope. But keep in mind I’m also open to suggestions. Make sure you e-mail me with names of celebs who you’d like to see in upcoming editions (Spoilerroom@ew.com). And make sure you follow me on Twitter for more on when you can read the next Spoiler Room column.
‘Till next time, friends! READ FULL STORY
After five years on Burn Notice, burned spy Michael Westen is poised to reclaim his former life in the CIA. There’s just one little problem… the man responsible for burning him in the first place is forcing Michael to do his evil bidding in exchange for not turning evidence over to the authorities that would land Michael’s true love Fiona in prison for a long, long time.
Or, in the world of Michael Weston, it’s a Thursday. READ FULL STORY
'Gossip Girl,' 'Burn Notice,' and 'Unforgettable' stars talk what's next in the Spoiler Room -- VIDEO
In this episode, I bring you teases from a few people you might know: Kaycee DeFer of Gossip Girl fame, Bruce Campbell, and Dylan Walsh. But what really makes today’s video special is that it features the very first on-camera fan question. As I say in the video (but it’s worth mentioning again), thank you to every one of you who answered my tweet asking for video question submissions. You are all brave and awesome. There will be more chances to do that soon because, frankly, I’d rather see your lovely faces in these videos than mine. That’s not false modesty — it’s me not wanting to get up two hours early to get dressed on filming days. Yes, two hours. Isn’t that sad?
Anyhoo, come back here for your regular Spoiler Room column later this week. (Note: Follow me on Twitter for the latest on that. I MAY have an early Thanksgiving present for y’all.) Make sure you’re e-mailing me your questions, ponderings, and comments, especially if they are about what else you’d like to be seeing in these video editions. (They ARE for you, after all.) My e-mail is the same as always: email@example.com.
In the meantime, enjoy episode 2: Attack of the Clones, which means nothing, other than I can’t say the words “episode 2″ without my nerd brain responding “attack of the clones.” (Please tell me I’m not the only one… ) READ FULL STORY
It’s been a long couple of months for Burn Notice fans. When we last checked in with our favorite gang of Miami-based spies-for-hire things were looking grim.
Luckily, Bruce Campbell stopped by EW just in time for the series’ return tonight to shed some light on what to expect from the remaining episodes of the season. For starters, it sounds like new baddie Anson isn’t going anywhere soon. “He’s hard to get rid of,” Campbell says. “He’s a little weasel, we don’t like him.” He means the character, of course, since he only has good things to say about actor Jere Burns.
Speaking of actors, Campbell says we’ll see guest roles for Dean Cain and The Dark Knight‘s Eric Roberts and … the possible return of diabolical-yet-presumed-blown-to-tiny-bits Larry? READ FULL STORY
'Fringe,' 'The Walking Dead,' 'Suburgatory,' 'Once Upon a Time': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room
Just kidding. Last night was actually the most baseball I’ve watched since the last time I watched a repeat of A League of Their Own on TBS, so don’t take that declaration too seriously. I don’t care who wins — either way, we don’t get Fringe tonight. Pfft.
That said, I have some scoop today that will hopefully satisfy your need for one more week — or make the delay even more painful. I can’t decide which is more truthful, but let’s try to see the sunny side of things.
In other news, enjoy spoils and teases from a ton of other shows below! If you don’t see a show you like, send me an e-mail with your request: firstname.lastname@example.org. (I read and appreciate them all!) Twitter also works: @EWSandraG. I also try to comb comments, but I sometimes miss those. To make sure they reach my eyes, use the two previously mentioned methods. Don’t be shy!
See y’all next week!
‘FRINGE': WHAT YOU WON’T SEE TONIGHT
As great as last night’s Game 6 was, it was hard to ignore the collective sigh among Fringe fans on news that Game 7 would result in a one-week delay of the new Fringe episode. And I’m right there with you — that sucks. Luckily, before I even knew the outcome of the game, I’d planned a healthy serving of dish for you. READ FULL STORY
'How I Met Your Mother,' 'Criminal Minds,' 'Gossip Girl,' 'The Office': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room
Hello from, L.A.!
The sun is shining, the Television Critics Association press tour is in full swing, there’s a party with Fox network stars tonight, I’m in the pacific time zone — which means this column is only an hour late — and I ate my weight in french fries from a food truck last night on Melrose Ave. I’m feelin’ pretty damn good, Roomies. And I hope you feel the same after reading this week’s scoop!
If not, you should probably e-mail me scoop requests to spoilerroom@EW.com. We’ll try again next week. And yes, this intro is particularly sunny because I’m hoping that will stop people from e-mailing me spam for Zoloft. If this doesn’t do the trick, I don’t know what will.
For more of my LA adventures, party twitpics, or just to harass me for scoop, follow me on Twitter: @EWSandraG
‘HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER': NOW THAT’S A WEDDING!
True to their word, creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas confirmed that this upcoming season’s first episode takes place at Punchy’s wedding in Cleveland a few days after the finale. But what’s the gang going through exactly? Well, in Lily’s case, she’s finds herself struggling to keep her and Marshall’s big announcement a secret. READ FULL STORY
'The Vampire Diaries,' 'White Collar,' 'Supernatural,' 'Raising Hope': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room
Hey, Roomies. I missed you during my travels! But your letters and questions kept me warm last week in San Diego during Comic-Con. (No, seriously, they made me sleep outside and I used them as a blanket. I’m kidding… probably.)
So, here we are, on the doorstep of fall TV, and we’re knocking hard until we get all the info we crave. Let’s get to it.
Remember to keep those queries coming! Mail them to email@example.com or tweet them to me @EWSandraG. Also, if you have a little time, send me your thoughts on Comic-Con. What you liked (videos?), what you didn’t like (the stupid faces I apparently make when I get really excited), and tell me if your scoop appetite was fed to your satisfaction. We have 360-ish days to work on it, and we’d like to start now. Love you like nerds love Mrs. Fields and overpriced memorabilia! Till next week.
‘VAMPIRE DIARIES': KLAUS AND ELENA DISH!
There’s so much to look forward to on this season of The Vampire Diaries. Elena’s 18th birthday, bad Stefan, and soapy Damon. But when prompted for his outlook for the season, Joseph Morgan says he’s most excited to meet Klaus’ family. “We get a chance to go back and see the point where they became vampires and where the curse was placed on Klaus to suppress his hybrid nature, his hybrid side,” he told a roundtable. “It’ll be interesting when we introduce other originals who are possibly equally as powerful or have some sort of emotional hold over Klaus … to see what that brings out of him.” READ FULL STORY
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