Amy Landecker and Jeffrey Tambor
The highly-anticipated comedy Transparent will premiere on Amazon on Sept. 26, the streaming service announced Wednesday.
The West Wing
At times, the modern political climate may seem stranger than fiction, so it may be comforting (or disconcerting) to know that several recent political events initially took place years prior, on NBC's beloved series The West Wing, which aired from 1999 to 2006. While some of its more prescient episodes tackle obvious issues (i.e. "Don't Ask, Don't Tell"), other coincidences are downright bizarre (i.e. characters who bear striking similarities to Barack Obama and John McCain squaring off in a...
Arsenio Hall, Malin Akerman, Adam Devine
The stars of the recently canceled Trophy Wife are looking to find (slight) redemption on Hollywood Game Night.
Thursday's episode of the fun-filled game show features two teams comprised of Nate Berkus, Adam DeVine, Tony Hale, Arsenio Hall and the aforementioned Malin Akerman and Bradley Whitford.
Danny Pino, Kelli Giddish
[WARNING: The following contains spoilers from Wednesday's episode of Law & Order: SVU. Read at your own risk!]
Law & Order: SVU fans spent 12 seasons waiting for...
Bradley Whitford is returning to his dramatic roots for a guest spot on Law & Order: SVU, TVGuide.com has learned.
The West Wing alum, who currently stars on...
Zane Holtz and D.J. Cotrona
With Cinemax's grungy cult hit Banshee preparing to close shop for its second season this Friday, fans of grindhouse pulp may want to go searching for the fledgling cable El Rey Network, where a 10-episode series version of the 1996 crime-horror hybrid From Dusk Till Dawn begins wreaking bloody mischief.
Robert Rodriguez, who founded El Rey, returns to his breakout genre roots, directing and writing the stylized pilot episode of From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series (Tuesday, 9/8c), which reintroduces the bank-robbing Gecko brothers: the suave Seth (D.J. Cotrona) and psycho loose-cannon Richie (Zane Holtz), who's beset by monstrous visions during a routine stop in a dusty roadside liquor store in Texas, setting off a chain of violent events that will eventually include a run-in with vampires.
Wife No. 3 is about to have wedding No. 2 — if she doesn't get deported first! Tonight's episode of Trophy Wife, the first of a two-parter, finds Malin Akerman's Kate wanting a real wedding to her husband, Pete (Bradley Whitford), since their first was a no-frills quickie at the local courthouse. Akerman filled TV Guide Magazine in.
TV Guide Magazine: Why does your character so desperately need a traditional marriage ceremony? That's so not her.
Malin Ackerman, Bradley Whitford
Trophy Wife is planning a wedding — and you're invited!
In the first of a special two-part episode of the ABC sitcom (Tuesday, 9:30/8:30c), Kate (Malin Akerman) suddenly decides she wants a proper wedding even though she and Pete (Bradley Whitford) already eloped months earlier.
"Kate discovers Pete's old wedding videos of his marriages to Diane and...
After writer Sarah Haskins got married, she went from being a carefree single woman to wife and stepmom virtually overnight. That whirlwind life change was the inspiration for ABC's critically acclaimed sitcom Trophy Wife, which Haskins created with writing partner Emily Halpern. Malin Akerman plays Kate, a party girl who...
Karate can teach kids a lot about integrity, perseverance and respect — as in respecting the parking spot reserved for the dojo.
On Tuesday's episode of Trophy Wife (9:30/8:30c, ABC), Warren (Ryan Lee) and Bert (Albert Tsai) begin taking karate classes under...