We’re getting closer. Five episodes from now we should know who killed Rosie Larsen, but until then, we have a mess of conspiracy theories, red herrings and Pez dispensers to go through before we get there.
Last night’s “Off the Reservation” did what a typical “Killing” episode seems to do, which is reveal new info while raising even more questions.
After Holder's beating last week, we learned that Nicole Jackson, like Wu-Tang, ain’t nothing to ... OK, you get where I’m going with that. So on Sunday's episode, Linden attempted to put a search party together for Holder, but of course was told she couldn't authorize that and had to go through someone higher up.
After a decade-long run, CBS has canceled "CSI: Miami," the network announced Sunday.
In a statement, CBS said that the "CSI" spinoff is going off the air with "an amazing television legacy – a signature look and style, global popularity and as a key player in CBS’ rise to the top over the past decade."
The network thanked the show's producers, "led by Jerry Bruckheimer, Jonathan Littman and Ann Donahue," the statement said, "and its talented cast, led by David Caruso, for ten outstanding seasons."
[The following post contains spoilers from the May 13 episode of AMC's "Mad Men."]
This week's episode kicked off the 1966 holiday season and served as a reminder that families – whether nuclear or professional – are almost always rife with drama.
We opened with Don putting together a portfolio of work to submit for a New York Times profile on "hip" ad agencies. In doing so, he realized how much of an impact Ginsburg's had on the firm's recent business.
He was also impressed with Michael's pitch for a Pepsi product called “Sno Ball,” but appeared just the slightest bit put out when the guys – Pete and Cosgrove – declared Michael's pitch funnier than his own, a play on the expression “a snowball's chance in hell.”
It's a great time to be Chris Hemsworth.
As the 28-year-old actor's superhero ensemble movie "The Avengers" brings in jaw-dropping box office returns, the "Thor" star has also become a first-time father.
Hemsworth and his wife, Spanish actress Elsa Pataky, have welcomed a baby girl named India, a rep for the actor told CNN.
In order to go from being a runner-up on "American Idol" to landing a lead role on "Smash" while building a solo career in between, 28-year-old singer/actress Katharine McPhee says she had to focus on the positive.
For anyone who sees her career and wants to follow in her footsteps, “You have to love it! You have to even love the lows,” McPhee advised in a recent interview with CNN.
“Just like any career, life is hard and there are challenges, especially with this business," she went on. "There's a lot of hoops to jump through and hills and valleys, [but] it's really rewarding when it's sweet.”
After plenty of speculation surrounding the fate of its beloved Thursday comedies, including "30 Rock," "Community" and "The Office," NBC calmed fans' fears on Sunday while revealing its comedy-filled fall schedule.
All of the aforementioned Thursday staples, as well as "Parks and Recreation," are returning, in addition to "Whitney"; "Parenthood"; "Up All Night"; "Law & Order: SVU"; "Celebrity Apprentice"; "Fashion Star"; "The Biggest Loser"; "Betty White's Off Their Rockers"; "Smash"; and "Grimm."
And while it's been reported that "30 Rock" is headed for a final, 13-episode season when it returns, NBC Entertainment's Robert Greenblatt said none of its Thursday comedies are definitively ending next season.
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