Royal Pains star Mark Feuerstein will debut the USA dramedy's Season 5 premiere at the second annual ATX Television Festival, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
"I love television, I love Austin, and I love that we're going to show you the premiere of Season 5 of Royal Pains," Feuerstein says in the video below.
Royal Pains Exclusive Video: Get your first look at Season 5
Joining the actor will be co-star Reshma Shetty and executive producers Andrew Lenchewski and Michael Rauch.
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TNT and TBS unveiled their new programming slates Thursday, including projects from Frank Darabont, Steven Spielberg, Steve Carell, Dick Wolf and more.
"For a decade, we've been beating the drum the loudest — that cable is as good as broadcast," Steve Koonin, president of Turner Entertainment Networks, said in a statement. "Now, our industry has reached a tipping point. From creative strength to ratings power, cable has emerged as the leader in television. I'm proud of the role we've played at TNT and TBS. Today, we're looking toward the next horizon — becoming a multiscreen video company serving multiple audiences."
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NBC has canceled The New Normal, TVGuide.com has learned.
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TBS ordered 10 episodes of Ground Floor, a workplace comedy from Bill Lawrence and Greg Malins, the network announced Friday.
NBC has given series orders to the Chicago Fire spin-off Chicago PD, Blair Underwood drama Ironside and Bill Lawrence's Undateable, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Wilson Cruz and Claire Danes
Almost 20 years after the show's debut, much of the cast of My So-Called Life will reunite at the second annual ATX Television Festival.
Taking the stage this summer will be Wilson Cruz, Devon Odessa, Bess Armstrong, Devon Gummersall and creator Winnie Holzman. Stars Claire Danes and Jared Leto are unable to attend.
In our very first issue, TV Guide Magazine polled the top names in TV — including Ed Sullivan, Milton Berle, Jackie Gleason and Sid Caesar — on what the new medium had taught them. "TV is a great way to reach millions of people — who, luckily, can't reach me," Berle quipped. For 60 years, this publication has chronicled the evolution of what remains the world's most dominant source of entertainment. And while viewers now have hundreds of channels at their fingertips and can watch whatever they want, whenever they want, on a multitude of platforms, one thing hasn't changed: Audiences are hungry for great fare, from I Love Lucy to Modern Family and Playhouse 90 to Homeland.
We spoke to 13 titans of TV and asked them a few questions about where TV has been, what it looks like now and where it's headed.
Christopher Meloni has signed on to play the lead in Fox's upcoming comedy pilot based on Justin Halpern's book I Suck at Girls, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Chris D'Elia has landed the lead in Bill Lawrence's NBC pilot Undateable, TVGuide.com has learned.
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NBC has ordered a drama pilot from J.J. Abrams and comedy pilots from Cougar Town's Bill Lawrence and Saturday Night Live's John Mulaney, TVGuide.com has learned.