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We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Orphan Black, Bates Motel, Nashville and Criminal Minds!
1 | Was Division’s “death” on Nikita as satisfying for you as it was for us?
2 | Was it a tad idiotic of Orphan Black‘s Cosima to leave Delphine — whom she suspects might be her monitor — alone in her apartment? And who else wants to borrow Alison’s music collection?
- Team TVLine
Did NCIS‘ Ziva (gasp) “Friend” Tony? Which Castle couple is due for more lovin’? Which NCIS: La agent will get a blast from the past? Who’s conspicuously silent in Psych‘s musical episode? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.
Related | Your Complete Fall TV Grid: What’s on When? And Versus What?
NCIS | To Inside Liners Nisha, Joyce and others, this is for you. With many “Tiva” fans fretting that the pair’s season-ending heart-to-heart essentially landed Tony in the dreaded Friend Zone, showrunner Gary Glasberg maintains that over the course of Season 10, “We made huge strides. »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
Off-season? What TV off-season?!?
While many networks have aired their final new episodes until the fall, USA, HBO and other cable channels are gearing up for a very busy summer of programming.
From vampires in Louisiana to doctors in The Hamptons, your television dial will be full of fresh sitcoms and comedy through June, July and August. Which upcoming series has you most excited? That's the question we've asked TV Fanatic staff members to answer in this edition of the Round Table. Gather around now!
Kate Brooks: The much anticipated return of Perception!
Miranda Wicker: Since Showtime is upping its return for the final season, Dexter. I can't wait to have my favorite serial killer back.
Gabrielle Moss: I am so desperate to see Breaking Bad, I feel like it is my husband who has been away overseas all year or something (yes, »
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The summer used to be a void of new TV shows. No more. Now summer has a bunch of series -- many that star women like Rizzoli & Isles and Covert Affairs. Another one of those summer shows is Rookie Blue. Women and Hollywood got the chance to do an email interview with Tassie Cameron, the creator and executive producer of Rookie Blue. This is particularly exciting because we love the show and we don't usually hear from showrunners. Rookie Blue's fourth season begins tomorrow, Thursday, at 10pm on ABC. Women and Hollywood: The cop show is so prevalent on TV yet Rookie Blue seems fresh. How did you give this genre a reboot? Tassie Cameron: So many cop shows are about superheroes; super detectives, super action-guys, super-experienced specialists who've seen it all. I think what's different about our show is that most of our characters are complete and utter newbies. »
- Melissa Silverstein
On May 10, I had the unique pleasure of attending Aaron Tveit's first-ever cabaret show at 54 Below in New York City. Tveit, best known for his stage (Next To Normal, Catch Me If You Can) and big screen (Les Miserables) work is set to take over television this summer with Graceland, USA's gritty and gripping new series about federal agents.
It's been a long road to his first lead TV role and that's exactly what Tveit's carefully cultivated cabaret show highlighted as song selection transported audiences back in time; from his first audition to his last, while also highlighting tunes that have altered his personal and professional destiny.
ETonline recently caught up with Tveit to find out how he approached crafting this 54 Below show, why Taylor Swift was a major factor, what excites him about audiences finally moving into Graceland and if he's ready for the fame that comes with being TV's hottest new star.
ETonline: How did »
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Question: For the love of a Happy Ending, any word on whether or not USA Network will right a terrible wrong? —Tiera
Ausiello: No news is, in this case, pretty good news. Negotiations continue between Sony and USA, which tells me that the cabler remains seriously interested in giving the show a fourth season. Meanwhile, if the talks collapse — bite your tongue, Ausiello! — it’s an inevitability that Damon Wayans Jr. will find himself back on New Girl next season in some capacity. »
- Michael Ausiello
We already know that Covert Affairs Season 4 will feature new stakes and new dangers for August and Annie, who will return this summer as a full-fledged couple.
But in an exclusive interview with TV Fanatic at last week's USA Network Upfront in New York City, Christopher Gorham also teased upcoming episodes as being chock full of "secrets." Of what kind? Who will be holding them? Who won't be holding them may be a more apt question?
In Covert Affairs Season 4 casting news:
The series returns on July 16. »
- email@example.com (Jim Halterman)
With a title like War, you knew the Suits season two finale was going to mean season three would be largely dedicated to picking up the pieces -- and while that is true across the board, according to all of the actors, nowhere is the decimation more evident than in Harvey's relationship with Mike.
"Their loyalty has been completely destroyed," Gabriel Macht told me at USA's Upfront event in NYC. "And in the first episode, Harvey lets Mike go. He's done with him. Yes, Mike asks for forgiveness but Harvey doesn't want any of it. He doesn't want the drama, he doesn't want to trust in him anymore."
And if you think that will be resolved in a single episode, then you don't know Suits! "There's actually an episode where Louis asks for Mike and Harvey lets that courtship begin," Gabriel reveals! "Harvey gives him »
In HuffPost TV's exclusive promo above, Annie has made a shocking discovery about the security of Langley and turns to Joan (Kari Matchett) and Arthur (Peter Gallagher) with some troubling news. Does it have something to do with the mysterious project Henry Wilcox (Gregory Itzin) enlisted her for at the end of Season 3? Tune in for "Covert Affairs" Season 4 to find out on July 16.
And look out for new characters including Manolo Cardona as Teo Braga, a charismatic, enigmatic Colombian rebel leader with secrets that will impact the CIA; Hill Harper as Calder Michaels, a CIA station chief in Latin America angling for a D.C. promotion; and Michelle Ryan as Teresa Hamilton, "an operative with a shadowy past."
Are you »
- The Huffington Post
Covert Affairs brought season three to a close with two wonderful cliffhangers: Annie and Auggie finally hooked up, but not before she accepted a secret mission from Henry Wilcox. And when season four premieres on July 16, Annie will still be in the throes of both decisions.
Photo - Exclusive First Look at Covert Affairs Season Four
"Annie and Auggie are in a full-fledged relationship when we start the season and it's kind of great," star Christopher Gorham told me at yesterday's USA Upfront event in New York City. "I really love how we're doing it too because I always felt like their relationship played out so realistically over the last three years – they always liked each other but were both in other relationships. Now that they're both single and available and still very attracted to one another, they've come together. The relationship develops in a very natural way out of that."
But the new »
Amazon Prime members will now have streaming access to past seasons of "Hannibal," "Covert Affairs," "Grimm" and other NBC Universal shows as part of an expanded licensing deal, the companies said Thursday. Prime members already can stream NBC shows like "Parks & Recreation" and "Heroes," but the new pact enhances offerings from the broadcast and cable company. Among the new additions are USA Network's legal drama "Suits," the musical series "Smash," and Syfy's futuristic sci-fi series "Defiance." Also available are children's programs such as "Curious George" and "Land Before Time." Amazon Prime is »
- Brent Lang
Seattle—May 16, 2013—(Nasdaq:amzn)—Amazon.com today announced an expanded content licensing agreement with NBCUniversal Cable & New Media Distribution that will bring a variety of popular programs to Prime Instant Video. Prime Instant Video offers more than 40,000 movies and TV episodes for Prime members to stream on Kindle Fire, Kindle Fire HD, iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, Roku, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii and Wii U, among other connected TVs and devices – all at no additional cost. To sign up for Amazon Prime, visit www.amazon.com/primeinstantvideo. Prime members will have exclusive unlimited subscription streaming access to prior seasons of the following NBCUniversal shows: · NBC’s dark fantasy drama Grimm, based on the collection of Grimm Fairy Tales, available today · USA Network’s legal drama Suits and serialized spy thriller Covert Affairs, available today · NBC’s new psychological thriller Hannibal, based on the novels by Thomas Harris and produced by Gaumont International Television, »
- THE DEADLINE TEAM
Covert Affairs 16-episode fourth season is shaping up to be a good one based solely on the casting choices made so far. We won’t know until July 16 if all the new characters will mesh with the old, but for now let’s view everything at face value and be glad we’re getting such quality actors, like the recently announced casting of Michelle Ryan. Some of you might not be familiar with Ryan, but that’s only because you haven’t paid much attention to British television, where she does most of her work. Although you might recognize her from the very short lived Bionic Woman.
The British actress joins the cast of Cover Affairs as a new CIA operative. TV Guide reported her to be playing Teresa Hamilton, a recurring character that will first appear in the Season 4 premiere. Not much else is known about the character, which is a bummer. »
- Brody Gibson
“We will deal with the death of Kay Chancellor” following the previously announced May 28 tribute to Cooper, Phelps shares with TV Guide Magazine. “We’ve already written the show into July, so it will take some time before we can address her departure on air. In the meantime, there will be references in the script that Katherine and her husband Murphy are off somewhere on a trip.”
Related | The Young and the Restless »
- Megan Masters
Michelle Ryan is headed to USA.
According to TV Guide, Ryan will portray a CIA operative named Teresa Hamilton. Sources confirm she will have a "shadowy past" and debut on the July 16 premiere.
As previously reported, Hill Harper will also come on board the series this summer. A regular he will play a CIA station chief in Latin America who may have questionable motives for befriending Annie and Auggie. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Matt Richenthal)
“Burn Notice has had an incredible run over the last six years, and we could not be more proud of the extraordinary talent both in front of and behind the cameras who have collectively made this show into one of the most popular and lauded shows on TV today,” USA Network co-president Chris McCumber said. “From day one, Burn Notice’s characters, storylines and mythology have consistently captivated a massive audience, and this final season will raise the stakes even higher, »
- Sandra Gonzalez
Ravenswood has added quite the beauty.
Beauty and the Beast‘s Nicole Gale Anderson has joined ABC Family’s Pretty Little Liars spin-off as the “feisty and disarming” leading lady Miranda, TVLine has confirmed. Described as “a fiercely independent foster kid,” the character is confident but “uses her wits to cover her emotional scars.”
Ravenswood bows in October following Liars‘ annual Halloween special.
Ready for more of today’s TV dish? Well…
• Fox on Friday ordered a Masterchef spin-off, »
- Megan Masters
Although we would have been astounded if it hadn’t happened, it’s always nice to get the confirmation: Syfy has renewed its giant original production cross-platform transmedia series Defiance for a second season. This is great news for we fans of the St. Louis-based series, as well as for the gamers working away over in the San Francisco-based game. Here’s the press release:
New York, NY – May 10, 2013 – Syfy has renewed its groundbreaking series Defiance, giving a 13-episode second season order to the critically acclaimed hit that has catapulted Syfy to the top cable drama spot in the time period among adults 18-49, adults 25-54 and total viewers for three consecutive Mondays. Season two of Defiance, produced by Universal Cable Productions, will begin production in Toronto in August for a 2014 premiere, »
- Erin Willard
Ah, those yellow eyes.
While Beauty and the Beast fans recently found out that Gabe knew Catherine’s mother and was a Muirfield guinea pig as a child, it was also revealed that the Assistant District Attorney has more in common with Vincent than previously imagined. But what’s the big picture with him and his secret agenda?
TV Fanatic: How much of Gabe’s journey did you know going in or have you been learning as scripts have been coming in?
Sendhil Ramamurthy: I kinda knew the general arc that they were going for. When they first started talking to me about the show, I hadn’t »
- email@example.com (Jim Halterman)
Tonight on Beauty and the Beast (The CW, 9/8c), in the series’ penultimate freshman episode, Gabe shows his true colors to Catherine — and they’re a yellow-green (depending on how the light hits his beastly peepers). That reveal sets in motion a chain of events that feed into what Sendhil Ramamurthy calls an “intense” and “torturous” finale featuring a beast-on-beast brawl. Here, the Heroes/Covert Affairs alum speaks about what drew him to the drama and shares the secrets behind his “Beast 1.0.”
- Matt Webb Mitovich
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