USA has ordered a pair of comedies to series, including one from Denis Leary, and is developing eight new dramas, the network announced Thursday.
Based on a U.K. format and written by Leary and Bob Fisher, Sirens follows three ...
Bent star David Walton will star opposite JoAnna Garcia in CBS' untitled comedy from Greg Berlanti and Greg Malins, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
As first reported by Deadline, Walton replaces Bryan Greenberg, who exited the project Wednesday after the pilot's table read. Walton will play...
How to Make it in America star Bryan Greenberg has landed the leading role in a new CBS comedy pilot, according to Deadline.com.
Bryan Greenberg and Victor Rasuk
When How to Make It In America returns, best friends Ben (Bryan Greenberg) and Cam (Victor Rasuk) will be back in New York hustling to become successful designers. With their business finally off the ground, Greenberg says viewers will see them move forward, albeit slowly, while growing personally as well. Check out the top reasons to watch Season 2 when it premieres Sunday at 10:30/9:30c on HBO.
How to Make It in America
How to Make It in America has been renewed, HBO announced on Wednesday.
How Bryan Greenberg made it to How to Make it in America
The series, which focuses on...
Bryan Greenberg and Lake Bell
Viewers may recognize him from more lighthearted fare like One Tree Hill and October Road, but these days Bryan Greenberg is hustling as a fashion-school dropout on HBO's new series How to Make it in America (Sun, 10/9c). Greenberg, who calls the series "very timely with the economy," talked to TVGuide.com about why he responded to the project and how his musical background affects his roles.
TVGuide.com: How did you get involved in the show?
Bryan Greenberg: I actually knew Ian Edelman, the creator of the show, through basketball and a mutual friend, but I had no idea he was...
Sorry, Hilarie ─ it looks like a certain "big lug" won't be returning to One Tree Hill.
Bryan Greenberg, who also and most recently fronted ABC's October Road, has landed one of the two leads in How to Make It in America, a comedy pilot for HBO. Victor Rasuk (Stop-Loss) fills the other spot, says the Hollywood Reporter.
Coproduced by Mark Wahlberg, How to Make It in America concerns a pair of industrious pals who live in New York while striving to achieve the American dream. Of course, here in the Big Apple that dream is "buying a lunch for less than $10."
Hilarie Burton and Bryan Greenberg by Fred Norris/The CW
Here in Part 3 of our in-depth look at the new season of One Tree Hill series creator Mark Schwahn previews returns both official and possible and then weighs in on the big rumors surrounding the show including the biggest buzz of all Matt MitovichTVGuidecom Brookes mom is returning I hearMark Schwahn Yes Daphne Zuniga as Victoria does a great job as a villain and well see her return in the first episode and for more than one episode What I love about Victoria is that in the episode where Lucas was in New York because Peyton didnt accept his proposal Victoria walked in on what she thought was a proposal between Lucas and Brooke Well what if theyre really engaged Whats the fallout of that At the same time all the stakes regarding Clothes Over Bros will get playedTVGuidecom In addition to Lindsey and Victoria any there any other returns to watch for Perhaps Danneel Harris as Rachel Schwahn I love me some Danneel Harris Shes such a cool g
Jonathan Murphy, October Road
Despite shaky reviews, ABC's October Road (Thursdays at 10 pm/ET) stepped into a prime-time spot behind Grey's Anatomy and held its own in its first few weeks. But will viewers get attached enough to invite Bryan Greenberg's Nick Garrett and his small-town friends back for more? TVGuide.com spoke to Jonathan Murphy — aka Nick's kid brother, Ronnie — about why he was drawn to the series and how it will survive among peers that are exploding with high ratings. Murphy also gives us the scoop on the coming season of ABC Family's Wildfire.
TVGuide.com: So, a pretty good viewer response to October Road
Laura Prepon, October Road
Calling all Donna Pinciotti fans! OK, so it's not exactly the same redhead from That '70s Show, but Laura Prepon is back on the small screen with a lighter 'do and a big role — playing Mom on the new ABC drama October Road, which airs a new episode tonight at 10 pm/ET. While she's no Kitty Forman, her 28-year-old character, Hannah, does balance a job, a relationship and parent-teacher meetings. But her biggest struggle is her high-school sweetheart (played by Bryan Greenberg) rolling back into town after a decade's absence and dragging the past along with him. TVGuide.com talked to the fun, enthusiastic Prepon about her "awesome" character, grand gestures and her Jersey upbringing that bri