Tyler Labine, Missy Peregrym and Bret Harrison, Reaper
Fans of CW's Reaper have nothing to fear.
The netlet is bringing the devilish series back for its second season on March 3, a couple weeks earlier than originally planned, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The change will cause some shake-up in the CW's schedule. Reaper will now air ...
With "Fugitives," Heroes returns from a long winter nap with course-correction on its mind. As such, much of this Volume 4 kickoff does a lot of scene-setting, as we check in on our friendly world-savers as they struggle to live normal lives. Claire is applying to college, Parkman is working as a security guard, Mohinder is back driving his cab, Tracy trades in her junior senator for a governor, Peter is working as an EMT, and Nathan is back on Capitol Hill. Nathan has some new friends who dress all in black and create a scenario that forces our heroes to return to their super ways.
Lost is back, and with it an exciting new season of Sawyer nicknames. The former con man kicked things off right, dropping a few gems in the first two hours of the season: "Dr. Wizard" for Faraday, "Ginger" for Charlotte, "Frogurt" for Neil and even "The Ghost of Christmas Future" for himself. As we eagerly await Ol' Scruffy's next batch, check out our favorites to date after the jump.
Fox isn't wasting any time setting up its development slate.
The network has ordered four comedy pilots and three dramas, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The newcomers join previously announced drama pilot Eva Adams, which is finalizing casting, and fall comedy Boldly Going Nowhere.
Fox President Kevin Reilly said last week that the new comedy slate would be closer in tone to hit series Malcolm in the Middle and The Bernie Mac Show than this season's quickly cancelled Do Not Disturb. Among the contenders are ...
Kurt Fuller is the latest actor to go Mad.
Fuller, whose other TV credits include Desperate Housewives, Boston Legal, and Alias, has been tapped to join the cast of David E. Kelley's NBC pilot Legally Mad, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Legally Mad focuses on a twentysomething who takes a job at her father's law firm. Fuller will play ...
In this episode — which sadly featured no Kermit the Frog references to go along with the title — several of the Walker ladies were dealing with sex issues (with men and for Sarah, with a daughter). Plus, Sarah's issues are complicated by her final attempt to secure financing for Greenatopia, Meanwhile, Kevin tries to keep it together while quail hunting with Republican bigwigs to help Robert's (secret) bid for governor, Justin makes a new friend at NA, and three post-party walk of shames are far from what they should (or could) have been.
Barack Obama and HBO are throwing one heck of a party for the president-elect's inaugural kickoff, and they're bringing in a bevy of A-listers for the event.
We Are One: The Obama Inauguration Celebration will feature appearances by a number of musicians, including Bono, Beyonce, Bruce Springsteen, Stevie Wonder, Sheryl Crow, Garth Brooks, Josh Groban ...
Heath Ledger's mother says all off the late actor's awards, including the Golden Globe he won Sunday, will end up in good hands: those of his daughter Matilda.
"I should imagine that eventually it will be going to Matilda," Sally Bell told People. "At this stage she is only so young, but down the track she will have all these things. It will belong to her because she is part of him."
Bell said her family ...
Joely Fisher and Brad Garrett, 'Til Death
After disappearing from the airwaves in early October, many thought Fox's 'Til Death was on its way to the grave. But that doesn't appear to be the case.
Fox has ordered 22 episodes of the Brad Garrett and Joely Fisher comedy, which will return next season. The new order brings the series' episode total ...
Jennifer Love Hewitt
The recently unengaged Jennifer Love Hewitt obtained a temporary restraining order Monday against a 62-year-old man the actress claims has been stalking her since 2007, according to E! News.
According to Hewitt's petition, which she filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on Dec. 23, David Nolte has sent the actress more than 120 "threatening and harassing" correspondences that include "disturbing and violent letters ...