Exclusive Clip Of USA's 'DIG'

March 26th, 2015 2:02pm EDT
Exclusive Clip From Tonight's Episode Of USA's 'DIG'
In tonight's episode of DIG, things continue to get thornier for Peter (Jason Isaacs), as he refuses to let go of Emma Wilson's murder. Of course he does, because this is Jason Isaacs and nobody puts him into a corner. Check out what's in store in "Prayer of David" with our exclusive preview clip!

Also in tonight's installment, there are consequences for Debbie (Lauren Ambrose) regarding what she tried to do before, and Avram (Guy Selnik) continues on to Croatia but might not get there if the assassin following him has anything to say about it. Make sure you're tuned in tonight to find out...

'Sirens' Prompts Two Interesting Questions

March 11th, 2015 8:08am EDT
'Sirens' Review: 'Hypocritical Oath' - Mobsters And Ponies
Sirens gets a lot of mileage out of Brian's naivete and/or general goodhearted-ness, and "Hypocritical Oath" is another one of those episodes. With Steve Schirripa (The Sopranos) playing the patient of the week, we get to see Brian try and largely fail to be an advocate for positive change. And there's also a pony.

When the guys' next patient is well-known mobster Jimmy O'Shea, it's not just another day at the office. First, Jimmy's right hand man Fat Eddie (not to be confused with Fat Tony) tries to boss them around. Then everyone else has an opinion about what they should or should not h...

What Does Kevin Bigley Have To Say About 'Sirens'?

March 10th, 2015 12:08pm EDT
Kevin Bigley Dishes On Season 2 Of USA's 'Sirens'
USA's Sirens is in the middle of its second season, and as if having a giant python wasn't enough, there are still plenty of hijinks ahead. Tonight's episode, "Hypocritical Oath," sees the paramedics save a local mobster (played by Steve Schirripa of The Sopranos fame) and naturally, Brian uses that experience to try and help his team. Because Brian is always helpful.

We sat down with Kevin Bigley, who plays everyone's favorite rookie paramedic, to discuss what it's been like jumping into the second season of Sirens and what's in store for the remaining episodes that could possibly top a p...

Find Out How USA's New Series 'Dig' Should Captivate

March 5th, 2015 12:08pm EST
Tim Kring And Alison Sudol Take Us Inside The Mystery Of 'DIG'
USA is getting into the adventure business with DIG, its new event series that takes viewers into Jerusalem and a sprawling murder-conspiracy. It's a totally different type of story for the network, and we connected recently with co-creator Tim Kring and star Alison Sudol to talk about building the mystery, working with lead Jason Isaacs (pictured above with Sudol), and whether DIG should be considered a limited or ongoing series.

"We first had this idea about a murder mystery set in the old city of Jerusalem that uncovers a deep conspiracy, that had to do with all kinds of biblical prophe...

'Suits' Season Finale Recap: What Happens With Donna And Harvey?

March 5th, 2015 8:05am EST
'Suits' Season Finale Recap: 'Not Just A Pretty Face' - Donna Lo
So here we are: another Suits season finale. The end of another chapter in one heck of a well-written book. The conclusion of a chess game. There are lots of ways to describe this show, and "Not Just A Pretty Face" proves that they're all right. And that this writing staff loves cliffhangers. And that we're all going to go slowly crazy until this summer when season five starts.

Picking up as Harvey leaves Donna's place after the end of "Intent," our boy has a lot on his mind. That's in the form of a flashback sequence, where we see how he's just won his first trial with the District Attorn...

'Suits': Gabriel Macht Talks Donna, Directing And Continuing To Grow

March 4th, 2015 11:45am EST
'Suits': Gabriel Macht Talks Donna, Directing And Continuing To
Season four of Suits has been a big one for Gabriel Macht. As Harvey Specter, the lawyer that everyone wishes we had, he continues to add more nuances to an already complex and compelling character. We've seen more growth for Harvey this season than in any other, from an actor who somehow keeps getting better even though he was already one of the best on television.

Then there's the fact that he directed the midseason premiere like he'd been behind the camera for ages. The return of his father to the show, plus we're about to introduce an important member of Harvey's family. And oh yeah, t...

'Sirens' Review: 'Let Pythons Be Pythons' - Nobody Likes A Snake

March 4th, 2015 8:04am EST
'Sirens' Review: 'Let Pythons Be Pythons' - Nobody Likes A Snake
If you couldn't tell from the title, this week's episode of Sirens involves a python. "Let Pythons Be Pythons" is about two different situations that get out of control - unfortunately, though, they're two stories that you know pretty well by now, so what results is an installment that's good for some understanding laughs but very much follows the numbers.

Why the heck is Brian narrating everything? Apparently he thinks he needs to dictate his memoirs. Everyone else thinks he's just annoying, and for once, we're going to have to agree with them. At least he doesn't start referring to himse...

5 Reasons To Be Excited About Wednesday's 'Suits' Season Finale

March 3rd, 2015 12:02pm EST
Tomorrow is the fourth season finale of USA's Suits, and we're more excited for this than we have been any concluding episode since...well, since the third season finale of Suits. The show has been impressive this cycle, finding a way to legitimately shake up its status quo and not showing any signs of slowing down, so there's no reason to believe Wednesday's closer won't be must-see TV.

But in case you need more convincing, here are our five reasons why you should be excited about the season finale of Suits.

SPOILER ALERT: The following contains discussion of season four up to and includ...

'Suits' Recap And Review: 'Intent' - Harvey Loves Donna

February 26th, 2015 8:07am EST
'Suits' Recap And Review: 'Intent' - Harvey Loves Donna
Donna's in trouble. Must be Wednesday. That's the general feeling behind this week's Suits, as "Intent" picks up the storyline from last week's "Derailed" and carries the show through into next week's season finale. Unfortunately, it drops a few things along the way (and we're not just talking about those words).

While Mike assures his whistleblower Joe that victory over Liberty Rail is certain, Harvey has driven down to Donna's apartment building to confront her about being caught on camera procuring the files that led to that victory. After chewing her out, he then hunts down his associa...

'Sirens' Review: 'Screw The One Percent' - Accidental Racist

February 25th, 2015 10:04am EST
'Sirens' Review: 'Screw The One Percent' - Accidental Racist
After taking last week off, Sirens is back with the amusingly titled "Screw the One Percent," in which Brian finally stops being Mr. Happy Guy and Johnny realizes that throwing stones can cause them to come back and hit you in the face.

Brian is devastated, because after their not really breakup, Voodoo (Kelly O'Sullivan) has already moved on with some guy named Doug. As expected, Hank and Johnny are absolutely no help consoling him. They're even less thrilled with a pair of rich kids who've phoned in a fake medical emergency just to settle a bet.

This starts Johnny on a tirade about rich...