Chicago is heating up this summer on Starz.
The cable channel will premiere the second season of the Windy City-set drama Boss on Friday, Aug. 17 at 10/9c, Starz announced Wednesday.
Michael Weatherly and Bojana Jankovic
Michael Weatherly's new child already has her own hashtag.
The NCIS star and his wife Bojana Jankovic welcomed a daughter on Tuesday, People reports. The actor announced the news on Twitter: "Gentlefolk of Twitter and elsewhere, Bojana and I are proud to announce the arrival yesterday of Olivia Weatherly! #SpecialAgentWeatherly."
Denise Richards and Charlie Sheen
Denise Richards keeps coming back to Charlie Sheen, but don't worry; this time, it's just business.
The actress will guest-star on Sheen's new FX comedy series Anger Management, TVLine reports. She'll play Lori, the new business partner of Jennifer (Shawnee Smith), who just happens to be Sheen's onscreen ex. Isn't that a little ex-cessive?
On Sunday's Game of Thrones, poor Theon Greyjoy found himself not only humbled, but also humiliated in a really icky way.
The prodigal son returned to the Iron Islands but found that even though the Greyjoys' sigil is a kraken, he was not greeted with open arms, tentacled or otherwise. In fact, Theon's every misstep cost him some influence in the War of Five Kings. Who else faltered? Who prevailed? Who should just give up and join Ser Dontos as a jester? TVGuide.com breaks down the power shifts in "The Night Lands"...
Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Magic City
Welcome to the Miramar Playa Hotel, a retreat for luxury, glamour and decadence.
In Starz's Magic City premiere on Friday (10/9c), we meet the charismatic Ike Evans (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), who has worked his way up from cabana boy to owner of the Miramar Playa in 1959's Miami Beach. The drama has that 1960s vibe, but sets itself apart from Mad Men's ad-peddling anti-heroes and Pan Am's glitzy international adventures.
Jon Snow may have given up many things -- contact with his family, the love of a good woman, a tan -- but at least he has his long, wavy hair to keep him warm.
With one season of HBO's Game of Thrones under his Night's Watch belt, Kit Harington has settled into playing the heroic bastard who's taken strict vows to defend The Wall from various northern threats for Season 2. And although he's pondered what's going on inside his character's head, the British actor doesn't quite understand what the interest is with what's growing on his head.
Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki, Supernatural
No one is ever truly gone in the world of Supernatural, and this rule seems to apply to showrunners as well.
Sera Gamble, who's served as co-showrunner with Robert Singer for the past two seasons of The CW drama, will be stepping down at the end of the season, making way for Being Human's Jeremy Carver, TVGuide.com has confirmed. Deadline first reported the news.