Cassidy Freeman is returning to The CW.
The Smallville alum has booked a guest-spot on The Vampire Diaries, TVGuide.com has confirmed. Freeman, who portrayed sometimes villain Tess Mercer on the recently ended super series, will play...
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Gene Hackman has been released from a Florida hospital after being struck by a vehicle while riding his bike on Friday, TMZ.com reports.
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It's the moment Fringe fans have been waiting for since Peter was transported to the alternate timeline: a Walternate and Peter showdown.Stranded in a reality where Walter (John Noble) rejects him, Olivia (Anna Torv) has feelings for another man and no one truly believes he's a ...
This week's episode of Grey's Anatomy pushed the limits of each side of the emotional spectrum. On the one hand, Meredith and Derek were elated to see their daughter walk for the first time. On the other, Cristina was forced into Teddy's grieving process by reliving Henry's surgery over and over and over again. Meanwhile, nearly every doctor at Seattle Grace teamed up to make history. Let's check out the top moments from Thursday's Grey's:
If you haven't yet heard, Grey's Anatomy and Private Practice are doing another crossover this season, and TVGuide.com has the exclusive details on who's popping up where.
Exclusive: Grey's Anatomy and Private Practice doing another crossover
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Michael Patrick King wants to make something clear: 2 Broke Girls is not a racist show. As for all the inappropriate jokes, they're just "classy-dirty," OK?
The 2 Broke Girls creator met with reporters at CBS' winter TV previews Wednesday, during which he was asked to defend the show's ethnic stereotypes and off-color humor, particularly in scenes involving the characters with whom down-on-their luck waitresses (Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs) work at a Brooklyn diner.
"I find it comic to...
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