Sons of Anarchy Recap: A Kick in the Stomach - Plus: Walton Goggins on Venus' Major Comeback
With her trial date rapidly approaching, Tara finally puts her exit strategy in motion on Tuesday’s Sons of Anarchy by attempting to best Gemma in a nasty game of cat and… far more devious cat. The stalwart men of SAMCRO, meanwhile, come to the rescue of an in-need Venus Van Dam (played by the incomparable Walton Goggins). READ MORE
Community Books Justified Fave Walton Goggins for 'Devious' Guest Role
Boyd Crowder is plotting big, “devious” things in Greendale.
Justified fave Walton Goggins will appear in an episode of Community‘s yet-to-be-scheduled fifth season as …READ MORE
Justified: Raylan and Boyd's Falling Out, Winona's Whereabouts and More Scoopy Bits
What’s up with Justified‘s Winona? Is Patton Oswalt sticking around? And do Raylan and Boyd even like each other?
During a panel at the Television Critics Association’s winter press tour in Pasadena on Wednesday, the FX series’ cast — including Timothy Olyphant, Walton Goggins and Joelle Carter — and creator Graham Yost dished all about what’s to come on the drama’s just-launched Season 4. READ MORE
Sons of Anarchy: Walton Goggins Opens Up About His Surprise, Sex-Rated Cameo
The buzz about this week’s mystery guest star on Sons of Anarchy was deafening: Someone presumably with a connection to series creator Kurt Sutter was poised to turn up on the FX smash in a surprising way. But even with that heads-up, it’s safe to say no one was prepared for the sight of …READ MORE
Justified's Joelle Carter Previews Ava's 'Poetic Romance' With Boyd: 'She May Surprise Him!'
Whoever said “Nice guys finish last” just might be a member of the Justified writing staff, because one of Harlan County’s prettiest catches, Ava Crowder, effectively rebounded from a spell of “raw passion” with U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens to find true romance with resident bad boy (and onetime bro-in-law) Boyd. Will Ava get more than she bargained for from this unlikely union? Or is Boyd the one due for a shock? TVLine spoke with Joelle Carter …READ MORE
Emmys 2011: Who Deserves the Award for Supporting Actor in a Drama? Vote Now!
The Emmy award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama has gone to a different actor every year since 1996, when Ray Walston took home his second consecutive statuette for Picket Fences. And that trend will continue in 2011, as … READ MORE & VOTE
Emmy Nominees React! Who Said What?
Emmy nominations morning is a very exciting morning for those who learn that they’re competing in TV’s Big Show. They get the news from unexpected sources — and most often at ungodly hours! — and the occasional actor might even wake the baby with their jubilation! From there on, they tumble down the rabbit hole into a day full of praise, elation and, yes, personal disbelief.
Here are the reactions from this year’s nominees (detailed here) that TVLine has collected thus far — keep checking back for more! READ MORE
Eye on Emmy: Justified's Timothy Olyphant Has 5 'Fantastic Acceptance Speeches' on Standby
By all accounts, Timothy Olyphant ought to have a trophy case full of gold statuettes. His resume is stuffed with award magnets like Deadwood, Damages and The Office. His acting is consistently acclaimed. And he’s extremely well-liked in the community. But for whatever reason, the self-effacing 44-year-old remains decidedly kudos-deprived. There’s a strong feeling that could change this year in the wake of his impressive work as laconic Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens in Justified’s pitch-perfect second season. READ MORE
Justified Finale: And the Emmy Nods Go To...?
I expected many things from the Season 2 finale of FX’s outstanding Justified, but tears welling up in my eyes weren’t on the short list. Yet once the dust settled on a rather inevitable chain of events, there I was, overcome with empathy for several characters at crossroads as well as by the emotion of watching top-shelf acting take place before me. READ MORE
A Justified Killing: Burning Questions Answered
[The following story contains spoilers from this Wednesday’s episode of Justified.]
In one of its most intense episodes to date, FX’s Justified this Wednesday came out with all guns a-blazing – literally, in some cases.
The first swath of the edge-of-your-seat hour was spent at the whoop-dee-doo that Mags Bennett threw, hoping to unite locals in the cause against Black Pike’s plan to “blow the top off” the mountain and, in doing so, soil their holler with slurry and such.
Every party needs a crasher, though … READ MORE