So the big "what if" episode of Grey's Anatomy turned out to be a big What Ev. The more things change, the more they turn out the same.
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There really is no better or more satisfying drama on Sunday nights than CBS' delicious The Good Wife — and yes, I'm counting cable (even pay) in that equation, at least for now, while we're in between seasons of such dynamic signature shows as Homeland, Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, etc. (Although PBS' Downton Abbey comes close as the quintessential TV great escape.) This is especially true this Sunday, as Good Wife delivers a pivotal and sensationally entertaining episode (9/8c) firing on all burners. There's suspense, humor, memorable and electrifying showdowns between many of the major characters, pretty much everything you want from a show at the top of its game.
Parker Posey, Amy Sedaris
Parker Posey and Amy Sedaris, who play Eli Gold's ex-wife and work rival, respectively, will return to The Good Wife in a special sweeps episode that will bring back many of the legal drama's biggest guest stars, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Rita Wilson, Edward Herrmann, The Big C's John Benjamin Hickey, Renee Elise Goldsberry and Jack Carpenter will all reprise...
Amy Sedaris has booked a multi-episode arc on The Good Wife, a show rep confirms.
Sedaris will play Stacie Hall, a lobbyist who starts stealing the clients of Alan Cumming's Eli Gold. "We love Amy. We sometimes have dreams of switching all the actors from The Wire and...
When Martha Plimpton woke up Thursday, she got two surprises: an Emmy nomination and a gift from her dog.
The poor pooch had "explosive diarrhea" but, as Plimpton tells TVGuide.com, was "very considerate" and did her business in the shower. "So I spent my morning feeling really good and cleaning up dog poop," Plimpton says. "I like to keep things in balance."
Mad Men, Modern Family dominate Emmy nominations
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Watch What Happens: Live
Instead of a monologue, there's a Mazel (and Jackhole) of the Week. Instead of coffee or water, the guests get cocktails from the on-set bar. And rather than musical performances from chart-toppers and Grammy winners, the tunes come courtesy of acts such as Real Housewives stars Kim Zolciak and Countess LuAnn de Lesseps.
Yes, Bravo's Watch What Happens: Live is far from your typical late-night show.
"We're Wayne's World meets Playboy After Dark," Andy Cohen, series host and Bravo senior vice president of production and programming, tells TVGuide.com.
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Now in its third season, Watch What Happens: Live is one of late-night's surprise hits. So far this season, the Bravo program has hosted...
USA will air the second half of Royal Pains' Season 2 beginning January 20, so fans don't have to wait until summer to hit the Hamptons again with HankMed. TV Guide Magazine went in search of scoop at The Paley Center for Media's screening and panel discussion, held November 8 in Los Angeles.
The first January episode takes place at a three-day charity golf tournament benefiting the hospital. Jill is on a team with a boozy couple (the woman is played by Amy Sedaris) and a once-promising pro hindered by a degenerative muscular disorder in his hand (Tom Cavanagh). While Hank tries to fix him, he practices his game on Jill. "In the first episode back, one of our own actually gets sick and Hank has to work his diagnostic magic," Reshma Shetty (Divya) teases. The medication leads to a few loopy hospital bed confessions and makes Hank rethink a past love-life decision...
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12. Best Use of Chardonnay: To promote her new craft book on the Today show, Amy Sedaris knows just how to get Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford's attention: wine! Sedaris teaches the two hosts the importance of stretching before and after crafts. First, reach...
Amy Sedaris, The Closer
Is The Closer gaining its own mentalist? This week on the TNT series (Mondays at 9 pm/ET), Strangers with Candy's Amy Sedaris guest-stars as FBI agent Fritz's sister, Claire. His clairvoyant sister, that is. Will this self-appointed seer make Brenda a believer? Sedaris shared a look at what's to come.
TVGuide.com: How does Amy Sedaris come to be on The Closer? Who knows who?
Amy Sedaris: Can you believe it?! My agency in Los Angeles was like, "What shows do you like?" I said, "Well, I love The Closer," because I'm a Kyra Sedgwick fan. People always think that we look alike.
TVGuide.com: When your casting was announced, many of our readers wanted you to be Brenda's sister, not Fritz's.
Sedaris: That's what I thought, but she doesn't have a sister. But I think it's funny that Fritz ...
"Lost" amid the hubbub surrounding Amy Sedaris' sitcom deal with Fox may have been the juicy nugget that the Strangers with Candy alumna will be guesting on multiple episodes of TNT's The Closer. But rather than playing kin to Kyra Sedgwick, as some of you would have spec'd, Sedaris is coming on as Fritz's sister.
But make no mistake, you'll get plenty of Sedaris-Sedgwick action.
Read all about it, after the jump.