Burt Ward and Adam West
It's about Bat-time! After being held up for decades due to brand-ownership and rights issues, the original 1966-68 Batman live-action TV series is being released on DVD and Blu-ray as a box set on Nov. 11 from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. And it will be loaded up like Batman's utility belt with knockout extras, such as a complete episode guide and more than three hours of bonus features.
If Emily VanCamp gets her way, this will be one helluva final season for ABC's Revenge. Actually, the actress would have even been satisfied had last May's jaw-dropping finale spelled the end of her vengeful character Emily Thorne's (aka Amanda Clarke) three-year takedown of the conspirators she blamed for her father's false imprisonment and death. In the season ender, Emily's...
Pam Dawber and Robin Williams
Old pals Robin Williams and Pam Dawber have found themselves sitting across from each other on a soundstage nearly 32 years after shooting the final episode of Mork & Mindy, their seminal 1970s sitcom about a hyper but lovable alien from the planet Ork who falls for a charming girl next door.
"Pretty amazing, huh?" says Williams, 63. "Yeah," sighs Dawber, 62, whose guest spot marks her first acting role in 14 years.
The two are shooting a scene for the April 10 episode of Williams's hit CBS comedy, The Crazy Ones, which finds his Simon trying to break things off with the travel writer he's been dating (Dawber). When Simon...
Max Thieriot, Vera Farmiga and Freddie Highmore
The sun is sinking behind Bates Motel's Vancouver set as cameras prepare to shoot Norma Bates (Vera Farmiga) scaling the familiar stone steps leading up to her iconic hilltop home. Spying an approaching flock of crows, the director instructs Farmiga to "wait for the birds" to enter the frame before commencing her ascent. At this point, one half expects the silhouette of ...
Josh Henderson, Julie Gonzalo
A philandering husband with the initials J.R. A drunk Sue Ellen. A major revenge plan involving Cliff Barnes. TNT's Dallas reboot is looking more than ever the way the show did in its '80s heyday. After securely establishing its own roots over the past two seasons by introducing a compelling new generation of Ewings, producers are now freely embracing the soap's rich history.
Josh Dallas and Alexandra Metz
It's a good thing Disney's animated-movie division is continuing to crank out fresh hits like Frozen, because ABC's Once Upon a Time is burning through the studio's catalog of characters. In March, the drama will introduce Rapunzel — though executive producer Adam Horowitz is quick to point out, "We're not doing Tangled; we're doing our...
Natalie Martinez, Nicholas Strong
CBS recently teased that two characters will die on Under the Dome's season premiere this summer.
I pushed executive producer Neal Baer to narrow down the likely hit list to...
David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel
Fox's Bones was just renewed for its 10th — and possibly final — season, and executive producer Hart Hanson already knows how he wants to wrap up the forensics drama. (He's had a plan since Season 4, he says, though he admits, "I haven't told anyone.") Leading up to...
When MTV's Awkward returns for a fourth season on April 15, it will be time for high school graduation. That means several characters will be heading off to college.
Lifetime's Devious Maids will make some sweeping changes in its second season, which premieres April 20. Three actors have been thrown down the laundry chute: Wolé Parks, whose Sam was rejected by Roselyn Sanchez's Carmen, is out, as are ...