Plus: Mythbusters, a special preview of IFC's Garfunkel & Oates, Rectify, and more.
Oh good, it's Suits' annual "Mike and Rachel break up" episode!
The actress is playing Gertie, "an empathetic truck stop employee and single mother who bonds with Gemma during a difficult time."
Plus: Extant moves to 10pm, Penn & Teller: Fool Us makes its Stateside debut, and more.
It look's like there's some family drama on the way.
In a move I think we all saw coming, Andi Dorfman and one of her two finalists got engaged on national TV. Sadly, the unselected suitor couldn't take it.
This week the teen assassins may face a formidable opponent in Kate Argent. Who will live? Who will die? What did you think of this episode?
It's pretty simple: A bunch of networks, and the best show from each at this very moment.
"Gone Smooth" really cleaned things up and smoothed things over as it righted the wrongs of last week's "The Box."
"Karma" began the escalation of this final season of True Blood, which is perhaps already my favorite season of one of my favorite all-time TV series.
Let's break down the odds on each character's chances of staying alive.
Plus: The Flash finds its Plastique, Krysten Ritter is getting Blacklist-ed, and Laura Benanti is moving to Nashville.
This is what happens when Kristen Bell is busy.
Will he be a new love interest for Laurel?
Find out when Pete, Kevin, Ruxin, Taco, Jenny, and Andre will be back!
Plus: Rizzoli & Isles, Drunk History, and more.
Plus: AHS: Freak Show casts its main monster, Jess will chase a Veep vet on New Girl, and Cinemax orders a demon series from the man who made zombies the next big thing.
The actress who's best known for playing Rachel Berry has booked a trip to Charming.
WGN's latest original series is the type of stylish and thought-provoking drama that feels timeless despite being a period piece, and it stands to put a mostly unknown network on the map.
A new extended trailer teases the baddie who's about to give Ollie a whole lotta grief.
How did you like "Shelter"? Are you planning to keep watching the show?
A wet tornado full of sea creatures is about to ruin New York.
Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki, Kaley Cuoco, Simon Helberg, and Kunal Nayyar are not returning to work on the CBS comedy until they reach a new deal with Warner Bros. Television.
Plus: Claire Holt is headed to NBC, TV Land orders a Jim Gaffigan comedy, and Kyra Sedgwick is headed to Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
All of Hanna's scenes should be soundtracked by Joan Jett's "Bad Reputation," because she doesn't give a damn about her less-than-positive standing.
Oh dear lord, Julia is in charge now. Chester's Mill has never been in more danger!
One of the actors is Shameless, and the other one's a dwarf!
Plus: The Fosters, the series premiere of Running Wild with Bear Grylls, and more.
Tom finally joined the rest of his family at Lexie's hippie commune of horrors, but as is so often the case on Falling Skies, the joyful nature of their reunion was short-lived.
The trailer released at Comic-Con on Saturday relives the highlights of Season 3 and offers a first glimpse of what's in store for Season 4.