"Josh Holloway is as sexy, as dreamy as you would expect, even more so than he was in Lost I think," Joel McHale told TVGuide.com at Tuesday's PaleyFest tribute to Community.
Holloway, who played Southern rogue Sawyer on Lost, guest-stars on Community's two-part hourlong season finale on Thursday, May 12. "You really get to see his comedic side," said McHale. "He nails it. He's so funny. He was such a good guy, great to have around. I would follow him on to any set and then they would handcuff me and escort me out."
Are you ready for Game of Thrones?
HBO released a poster for the fantasy epic Thursday with the tagline "You Win or You Die."
How I Met Your Mother
With Two and a Half Men's fate still uncertain, one CBS sitcom won't have to wonder about its future.
The network has ordered two more ...
David Arquette was involved in a car accident Friday afternoon in West Hollywood, People reports.
According to the magazine, the actor's rep says he's "fine," but is still heading to a Los Angeles-area hospital.
After starring in Ron Moore's space opera Battlestar Galactica, Tricia Helfer is reteaming with him for a fantasy cop drama, TV Guide has confirmed.
The actress is joining the cast of his NBC pilot, 17th Precinct. The Sony TV-produced drama centers on the cops in the town of Excelsior, where magic reigns. Helfer will play the necromancer Morgana, the precinct's coroner. Deadline first reported the news.
Cary Elwes has joined the cast of David E. Kelley's Wonder Woman pilot, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
He's set to star opposite Adrienne Palicki, who nabbed the role of Wonder Woman/Diana Themyscira, aka Diana Prince. Elwes will play Themyscira Industries acting CEO Henry Detmer. He's devoted to Diana and looks out for her interests like an uncle would, but it's possible he could become a love interest later. The news was first reported by Deadline.
Spartacus: Gods of the Arena
Friday's Spartacus: Gods of the Arena finale left us feeling abused, amused and slightly bemused. Bloodshed we expected, even a few tears, but a happy ending? We didn't see that one coming from across the arena.
In the wake of Titus and Melitta's death, the House of Batiatus was out for blood. Believing Tullius was behind the tainted wine, Batiatus' crew ambushed Tullius and his minions in an alley, where his life was initially spared, but only so Batiatus could kill him later and then wall his body up in the new arena he had built. What is with these ancient Romans and extreme displays of disrespect? On the arena's opening day, Sextus decided to treat the crowds to public executions including one for escaped slave Diona. Also, Solonius proved himself to be a good student at backstabbing after taking all of Vettius' gladiators, shorting his conspirator Batiatus who expected half of the men. But that's okay because Gannicus was the ultimate victor of the bloody Primus, thus winning elevated status for the House of Batiatus. Miffed, Solonius maneuvered Batiatus into making the ultimate sacrifice and show of public generosity: granting Gannicus his freedom.
Spartacus: Gods of the Arena
The finale of Spartacus: Gods of the Arena is upon us, and it's been a brief but bloody six episodes.
The prequel's newest face, Dustin Clare, teases what to expect in the finale, including a fight scene that took eight days to shoot.
Charlie Sheen won't be going back to work on Two and a Half Men next week after all — and he's not happy about it.
CBS and Warner Bros. Television announced Thursday that production on the sitcom will shut down for the rest of the season. News arrives just hours after Sheen's rant on the Alex Jones Show radio program earlier Thursday morning, in which he bashed Two and a Half Men creator Chuck Lorre.