Marilu Henner — one of only six people in the world diagnosed with Superior Autobiographical Memory — will guest star on CBS' Unforgettable, which stars Poppy Montgomery as a woman with the same perfect-recall ability.
Marilu, who's also a consultant on the show, will play her aunt,
Guess what, ABC? A year and a half after she said she would "finish the show when my contract is up," Ellen Pompeo is open to continuing as Grey's Anatomy's Meredith. Just one problem: "I was invited for eight years — that was my contract — and no one has asked me for a day more," she says. "I know [creator] Shonda Rhimes has said the show will continue, but I wouldn't presume that they want to continue with me. You don't get dressed for the party if you don't have an invitation."
Legendary R&B musician Sam Cooke, famous for such soulful tunes as "Twisting the Night Away," "You Send Me," and "A Change Is Gonna Come," has been booked for NBC's The Playboy Club.
Singer/songwriter Rafael Saadiq, whose stylings have been heard on film and television soundtracks since the early '90s, will play the late singer in the early 60's, shortly before his tragic murder in 1964 at age 33. He'll appear in the new drama's fourth episode, to air in October.
George Lopez and Eva Longoria
Despite news of his TBS talk show's abrupt cancellation and her Desperate Housewives wrapping up after the upcoming season, there was a lot of laughter when George Lopez and Eva Longoria came together recently in a Hollywood warehouse. The two old amigos were shooting promos for their second go-round as co-hosts of the ALMA Awards, honoring the best in Latin music, film and television.
After taking a year off to retool, the ALMAs will air September 16 on NBC. I was the only print reporter invited to the shoot to talk to the pair about what we can expect from the show and how they're dealing with all the changes in their lives.
TV Guide Magazine: Eva, this will be your fifth year hosting the ALMAs. What's going to be different?
Modern Family patriarch Ed O'Neill (Jay Pritchett) received his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Tuesday — but surprisingly, he's more even excited about his customary bonus gift awarded to each recipient — a $9 loaf of pumpkin bread baked by the Dominican nuns of L.A.'s Monastery of the Angels. Why? Ed loves meat. I mean, he really, really loves meat and just can't wait to use the bread for sandwiches.
They don't often guest on other star's series (let's face it; they hardly need the cash!), but one of the Seinfeld quartet is doing just that this fall.
Emmy winner Jason Alexander, eternally beloved as George Costanza, will appear on the fifth episode of Harry's Law's new season. Jason will play
Awww. Good to know that Derek has something to smile about after leaving Meredith at the end of last season upon discovering that she tampered with his clinical trial.
"The story of [their adopted] baby, Zola, is...
Kate Walsh, Private Practice
As part of Addison's baby-making plans, Kate Walsh says her character will be back "in the stirrups" in a scene that should leave viewers in "utter shock." Remember, adds Kate, "The last time we saw Addison like that was on Grey's Anatomy when she was living in the woods with Derek, and Bailey found poison oak on her vajayjay."