With so much to watch on TV it can be difficult to plan ahead. But we’re here to help! Here are the five shows you won’t want to miss this week.
In most parts of the world, you don’t have to look very far to find a film festival. At least, it was before the ATX Television Festival flickered to life in Austin in 2012. The brainchild of TV lovers Emily Gipson and Caitlin McFarland, this four-day celebration of all things televised has quickly grown from its humble freshman year origins to become a major destination for people who might otherwise be loathe to leave the company of their DVR.
“That was a dream?!” Gabriel Macht jokes. You know the scene he’s talking about if you’ve watched episode 611 of USA’s Suits, “She’s Gone.” Did you think, for a second, that Harvey (Macht) and Donna (Sarah Rafferty) really did spend the night together following their mid-season finale hand-holding when the hour began with Donna bringing Harvey coffee in bed and them sharing a kiss? The dream does play into what Donna told Harvey, for real, at the end of the hour: He needs to reconcile with his family so his colleagues aren’t his only family and he doesn’t lose himself whenever they choose to leave the firm.
Our sneak peek from tonight’s episode shows Gallo’s next step after posing as Mike’s cellmate and encouraging Mike to text fiancée Rachel. The fight that ensues isn’t the only time Gallo and Mike will tangle in the hour, as the promo below teases.
Patrick J. Adams and creator Aaron Korsh tease the USA drama's return, plus a clip of Malcolm-Jamal Warner’s character, prison counselor Julius Rowe.
While Mike and Rachel planned a wedding, Harvey tried to broker his own deal with Gibbs: he’d gotten Evan Smith (Tricia Helfer) to give him proof of her client Liberty Rail’s cover-up — in exchange for the right to poach any staff and clients from Pearson Specter Litt — and hoped to trade the huge corporate murder case for Mike’s freedom. Yahoo TV spoke separately to creator Aaron Korsh, Patrick J. Adams, and Meghan Markle about the episode’s big twists and what to expect from Season 6, which begins filming in April.
Suits is back, and while all is far from right in the world of Mike Ross and Harvey Specter, there is something to cheer about: Donna is back working for Harvey. Let’s start with Louis “firing” Donna so she can go back to work for Harvey as he mounts Mike’s defense. How did you decide that this was the moment when you were going to be able to reunite Harvey and Donna, and also have Louis make that sacrifice?
We’re thankful for plenty of things this holiday season… and that includes the supporting characters that make TV worth watching. Here, we’re raising our glasses in a toast to the funniest, most fascinating people (and dogs) we’ve spent our 2015 with. And if any of these standout characters are unfamiliar to you? Well, there’s your holiday binge-watching assignment right there
Episode 511 is called “Blowback” — that would be a good thematic title for the last six. The other big development was that Harvey decided to resign from Pearson Specter Litt so Forstman would stop funding Hardman’s takeover. Harvey and Jessica did not envision Mike getting arrested as they’re speaking.
"Reruns"? What are those? Summer used to be a dead time for TV viewing, but thanks to an influx of new shows and returning favorites, our DVRs were just as busy this summer as they are in the fall and spring. In fact, we're declaring 2015 the Best TV Summer Ever — and here are 15 shows that prove it.
Troian Bellisario’s Claire returned and found herself as the opposing counsel on a case with Rachel (Meghan Markle) and, though he tried to stay hidden, newly-minted junior partner Mike (Patrick J. Adams).
Executive producer Aaron Korsh knows the ending of Season 4's penultimate episode got fans talking. The March 4 season finale promises to do the same.
We’re celebrating this new Golden Age of Television by paying tribute to our favorite TV characters who’ve debuted since January 10, 1999.