Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu
One of Elementary's stars is misbehaving. No, it's not Jonny Lee Miller, aka Sherlock Holmes, who is currently upside down on the hit drama's Queens set, doing handstand push-ups to get the blood rushing to his brain so he can remember the huge chunk of expository dialogue he needs to spit out. And it's not Lucy Liu (sidekick Joan Watson), who is quietly sitting at a desk with a computer, an iPad, an iPod and a BlackBerry.
It's Clyde, Sherlock and Watson's pet turtle, who's having a diva moment. The creature has stopped moving, so it's quickly replaced by...
Sons of Anarchy's Clay Morrow may be cooling his heels behind bars, but Ron Perlman is heating up his career with deals to produce and direct films and write his memoirs. "It's the busiest time of my career," says Perlman, who's hosting the SAG Foundation's first tournament at the Trump National Golf Club in Westchester County, New York today. "If I'm on a roll, I'm going to...
Best known for wacky sitcoms like Worst Week and Family Tools, Kyle Bornheimer will tackle darker material with a recurring role on A&E's upcoming crime drama Those Who Kill, opposite Chloe Sevigny. Bornheimer will play...
In the HBO documentary Seduced and Abandoned (debuting Oct. 28), Alec Baldwin travels to the Cannes Film Festival with director James Toback to pitch an Iraq-set romance and is repeatedly told he can receive only a limited budget because he's now considered a TV star, not a movie star. So does he regret his seven seasons on 30 Rock?
Jonny Lee Miller and Laura Benanti
Life goes on for Laura Benanti, who's bounced back from the cancellation of her NBC sitcom Go On (and her NBC drama The Playboy Club before that). In addition to her recurring roles as Danny Pino's estranged wife on NBC's Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Mark Feuerstein's hospital colleague on USA's Royal Pains — not to mention the Tony winner's upcoming turn as the Baroness in NBC's live production of The Sound of Music — she's landed a guest-starring gig on CBS' Elementary.
Spoiler Alert! Don't read this story if you have not yet watched the season finale of Ray Donovan.
Sully, we hardly knew ye! James Woods' Whitey Bulger-esque Boston mobster bit the dust in Sunday's Ray Donovan Season 1 finale, double-crossed by his old partner in crime, Mickey Donovan (Jon Voight). Woods gave TV Guide Magazine the exclusive lowdown on why Sully had to get gunned down.
Guess Neil Young was right: It is better to burn out than to fade away. "We're going out with a bang," Sharon Gless says of Thursday's Burn Notice's series finale. "The last scene will matter immensely. It's gonna be shocking. People will be stunned. But there's a sweetness at the end."
What would a season finale be without complications? For Royal Pains' Divya (Reshma Shetty), that could mean early labor pains. The physician's assistant, pregnant with her ex's child, suddenly finds "there may be something wrong with the baby," Shetty reports. Never...
HE PLAYS Disfigured WWI veteran Richard Harrow, who used his sniper skills in Atlantic City as a hit man for Boardwalk Empire mobster Jimmy Darmody (Michael Pitt). Following his killing spree in last season's finale, Richard hits the road in search of his family. "As we discover, he lived a farm life," Huston says. "He was always a crack shot, but war changed him. He's come back not knowing the world he left."