Glee is adding another new cast member to its roster for Season 3.
American Dreams vet Vanessa Lengies will recur on the Fox musical as Sugar, a spoiled new student described as...
At Harriet's Law & Fine Shoes, if the shoe fits, wear it. And if it doesn't, you lose two actors.
Brittany Snow and Aml Ameen won't be clocking in when Harry's Law returns for its second season on NBC, TVLine reports.
What could possibly complicate matters in a law firm that is run out of a shoe store? A good old office romance, says Harry's Law star Brittany Snow.
"Malcolm (Aml Ameen) and I, we have a love situation, and it kind of gets [mixed] into the work," Snow told TV Guide Magazine at the Rock & Republic/Love is Louder T-shirt launch on February 15. But not everyone's excited about the new love connection. "Harry, Kathy Bates' character, isn't too fond of that happening, so there's a little bit of friction there."
Brittany Snow will guest-star on CBS' new romantic comedy Mad Love as Sarah Chalke's sister, the actress tells TVGuide.com.
TV's new romantic comedies: How to tell them apart
Mad Love follows the story of Kate (Chalke) and Ben (Jason Biggs), who find romance on top of the Empire State Building. Unfortunately, their respective best friends — serial rom-com best friend Judy Greer and Reaper's Tyler Labine — aren't too fond of one another.
"It's an interesting episode because...
Does no one have an original idea in TV land anymore? Judging from tonight's latest batch of mid-season offerings, it hardly appears so. Programmers have either gone to England for inspiration, rarely improving on the source material, or back to the drawing board of tried-and-true formats like the courtroom drama, resulting in an unhappy epidemic of deja view viewing.
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The best of tonight's premieres is Syfy's remake of Being Human (9/8c), and even it is a pale imitation of the provocative British original. Given the relatively limited reach of BBC America...