Though Bones fans are heartbroken over the loss of Sweets, his death may ultimately help the Jeffersonian team uncover the big conspiracy.
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All summer long, Person of Interest fans have dealt with one lingering question after last season’s so-good-it’s-maddening finale: Where are Finch, Reese and the rest of Team Machine supposed to go now?
With the library dismantled and the team now underground, Tuesday’s episode finally held the answer to the gestating question, revealing the whereabouts (well, vaguely) of the brand-new headquarters that will now serve as the meeting place for our newly displaced heroes. Viewers got their first peek at the new HQ—an abandoned subway station deep underneath New York City, far from the prying eyes of Samaritan—and EW has an exclusive, closer look at the new digs. READ FULL STORY
If Grey’s Anatomy fans expected a warm sisterly embrace between Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) and Maggie (Kelly McCreary) when the ABC medical drama returned for season 11, they were sorely mistaken. Instead, the unaware Meredith butted heads with the new head of cardio, ultimately leading to a nasty confrontation that will undoubtedly color Meredith’s reaction when she eventually finds out the truth that Maggie is her half-sister.
“It’s going to get worse before it gets better,” McCreary tells EW. “Maggie’s a professional, but they push each other’s buttons professionally. They have different approaches on how to do things. Try as Maggie might, she can’t release her stubbornness or other vices, like her tenaciousness, when it comes to working with Meredith.”
When 24: Live Another Day is released on Blu-ray and DVD on Sept. 30, fans of the show will be reintroduced to a character they haven’t seen in a while: Fan favorite Tony Almeida. Almeida makes his return in “Solitary,” a Blu-ray exclusive feature that revisits Jack’s former colleague-turned-terrorist in a new storyline extension.
Now, EW has an exclusive first look at “Solitary,” in which Almeida requests to be let out of solitary. He claims that he’d be willing to work for the police by going undercover in general population and befriending terrorists to find out their plots. According to Almeida, his “desire for revenge” consumed him after his wife’s death and now that he’s had time to reflect, he’s realized that his wife would have hated the person he’s become. Watch his plea below.
Patricia Richardson has booked a guest-starring role on Last Man Standing, reuniting the actress with her Home Improvement co-star Tim Allen, EW has learned exclusively.
As fans saw in last week’s Good Wife premiere, Alicia is willing to do just about anything to post Cary’s $1.3 million bail and get him out of what has proven to be a very dangerous prison. She was almost successful after one of Lemond Bishop’s associates offered up the necessary funds, but Finn quickly questioned the source of the money.
So now, we’ve got an exclusive first look at Sunday’s episode, in which Alicia needs Peter to sign off on a loan in order to help Cary. Only, if Peter’s learned anything from his past mistakes, it’s that documents don’t go away. Secrets come out. And signing this loan is not a secret he wants on his record.
When news broke that Mark-Paul Gosselaar would be guest-starring on the season 15 premiere of CSI not once, but twice, fans immediately had questions. And now, we have (at least physical) answers.
We’ve got an exclusive first look at Gosselaar’s time on the show, during which he plays twins Jared Briscoe and Paul Winthrop. And as the photos illustrate, one of the twins is more of the murdering type, while the other is described as a “pillar of the community who insists on his brother’s innocence,” according to CBS.
Triumph the Insult Comic Dog. Franklin Delano Bluth. And now: Little Homie.
In next week’s episode of Key and Peele, Jordan and Keegan-Michael introduce a new member of TV’s bad-puppet pantheon. The dreadlocked Little Homie brings it all: drugs, guns, and some serious peer pressure, all of which presents trouble for the paroled Clive “Double Down” Ruggins (played by Key).
Take a look at the clip below.
Margo Martindale, meet your match. Molly Shannon has landed a guest-starring role on The Millers, EW has learned exclusively.
Yes, Comedy Central’s Broad City—the show that Girls would be, if Girls were funny—still isn’t returning until January 2015. The good news: In the meantime, you can whet your appetite for all things Abbi and Ilana with their new webseries, Hack into Broad City—which is basically the show itself, shortened and boiled down to its most essential elements (Abbi, Ilana, weed, friendship).
In the series’ second episode, premiering exclusively on EW.com, the broads do some housework (Abbi’s cleaning out her fridge; Ilana is… cleaning a pair of boobs?) and chat about everything from old spinach to Alex Mack to how gross gum is. Like, as a concept. Watch it here: READ FULL STORY
For the first time in Modern Family history, the Dunphy family is actually getting along. There’s no sibling drama, Claire actually enjoys magic. Crazy, right?
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