Brooke Elliott and Ben Feldman
Fred is back on Drop Dead Diva — and this time, the real Jane is with him!
Ben Feldman, who recurred on Mad Men earlier this season, will reprise his role as guardian angel Fred is the Season 4 finale of the Lifetime hit, and TVGuide.com has the exclusive first look at his return.
Jane Bingum — the real one — will return in the season finale of Drop Dead Diva!
The real Jane (Brooke Elliott) was last seen in the series premiere, in which she took a bullet for Parker (Josh Stamberg). At the same time, Deb (then portrayed by Brooke D'Orsay) died in a car accident. When Deb got to heaven, she pressed the "return" button on Fred's (Ben Feldman) keyboard and came back to Earth in the only body available: Jane's. Now, in the Season 4 finale, we'll find out where real Jane has been all this time.
Mad Men's Ben Feldman returns to Drop Dead Diva
"Since day one of Drop Dead Diva, viewers have been asking me what happened...
Ben Feldman, who recently received an Emmy nomination for his role as Michael Ginsberg on Mad Men, is going back to his old stomping grounds.
Feldman will return to Lifetime's Drop Dead Diva as guardian angel Fred in the show's Season 4 finale next month, Entertainment Weekly reports.
In other Drop Dead Diva news, Josh Stamberg, who plays Parker on the show, has booked a guest role on the upcoming eighth season of Criminal Minds, TV Line reports. Stamberg will play the father of a family that has been abducted in the third episode of the season, which kicks off on Wednesday, Sept. 6 at 9/8c.
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"The season is definitely heading towards a wedding with Jane and somebody."
That's right, Drop Dead Diva's former model-turned-lawyer — in another body, natch — may soon be walking down the aisle, according to creator Josh Berman, who says Jane (Brooke Elliott) will find herself in the middle of a love triangle between Grayson (Jackson Hurst) and Owen (Lex Medlin). However, the tables have turned this season, with Jane trying to move on from her former love while Grayson is coming closer to uncovering her secret: That she's his ex-girlfriend Deb. But is it too late for Grayson and Jane, especially after he shared that smooch with Stacy (April Bowlby)?
Exclusive: Drop Dead Diva rounds up Patty Duke, Emily Rutherford and more for guest spots
Berman dishes on what's in store for the fourth season, which he says will be the "most satisfying" for fans of the couple who cannot be. Also, with a new guardian angel coming on this season, what does this mean for Fred (Ben Feldman, who's currently recurring on Mad Men)? And, how did Kim Kardashian handle all the jokes about her past? Get the scoop:
Drop Dead Diva's Ben Feldman has joined the cast of AMC's Mad Men, Deadline reports.
Feldman, who portrays guardian angel Fred on the Lifetime series, will play...
Kim Kardashian has signed on for a new TV project, but this time she won't be playing herself.
The 30-year-old reality star has booked a multi-episode arc on Drop Dead Diva, Lifetime announced Thursday.
Skechers replaces Kim Kardashian with a dog for Super Bowl commercial
As first reported by The Hollywood Reporter, Kardashian will play Nikki, a new love interest for Fred (Ben Feldman) who is also starting a new business venture with his...
The diva is back! Drop Dead Diva returns Sunday with a whole new set of challenges for Jane (Brooke Elliot), who will finally embrace that she is no longer a skinny model, but a strong and brilliant lawyer ready to take on the world.
"We call Season 3 the return of the diva, and by that we mean Jane has really come to terms with who she is," creator Josh Berman tells TVGuide.com. "She no longer looks in the mirror and feels shame. She looks in the mirror and feels pride. She's really owning who she's become as a mature woman."
Kathy Griffin, Lance Bass
Kathy Griffin will guest-star on Drop Dead Diva, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The comedienne — who will host TV Guide Network's royal wedding coverage — will play...
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Drop Dead Diva may have another dead diva on their hands.
"Something traumatic happens in the last moment of the season, somebody might have...
A pleasant if slight episode a tribute to comics geekery and a reminder of the shabby way that far too many artists outside comics as well as within that community are treated even as their work remains a cash cow for others perhaps not a coincidence that this theme should arise in a show presumably put together as the WGA strike loomedAt a comics convention in Los Angeles but one looking considerably smaller if as diversely attended as Comi-Con an arrogant artist-turned-mogul Miles Sklar Wil Wheaton displays with much ceremony his newly purchased ashcan issue of a fictional important superhero comic from the early 1960s An ashcan issue is one produced solely for trademark andor copyright reasons never meant for public distribution and this one is believed to be the only copy extant A prominent alternative comics creator Seth Marlowe Ben Feldman looks on in disgust until thugs rush in and force Sklar at gunpoint to turn over the comic In the cours