TNT has ordered two new drama series from The Closer's Kyra Sedgwick and Mob City alum Ed Burns, the network announced Wednesday.
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Every week on Royal Pains, Mark Feuerstein has to perform elaborate, death-defying — literally — operations on his patients. But for his third time in the director's chair for the USA show, he had to perform one of his toughest operations yet: The Heimlich Candy Dance.
"When we did the scene where Divya is giving Greer the Heimlich, there were rehearsals for days before with...
As Royal Pains' dark and mysterious multi-millionaire Boris Kuester von Jurgens-Ratenicz, Campbell Scott is willing to go to great lengths to keep fans on their toes. Even fake his own death.
"The producers said, 'We want to make it so that no one knows you're still on the show,' and I was like, 'I can't wait,'" Scott tells TVGuide.com. "I have such a small part anyways that we're always looking for...
Community star Danny Pudi is one of several familiar faces pop pop-ing up on Royal Pains this season, TVGuide.com has learned.
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It looks like Royal Pains' Dr. Hank (Mark Feuerstein) is going to have to step up his game!
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It's not summer yet, but the new season of Royal Pains is already heating up.
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Justin Hartley and Alison Mack
It's no secret that Chloe and Oliver's marriage on Smallville is an anomaly.
Firstly, Chloe (Allison Mack) didn't actually exist in the previous Superman mythology before being created specifically for the once WB, now CW series. Secondly, Oliver Queen (Justin Hartley) married Dinah Lance aka the Black Canary (Alaina Huffman) in the comic mythos. While the fans do love Chlollie, the question remains: Will their marriage survive the series finale of Smallville?
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After 10 seasons, Smallville will come to a climactic close on May 13. Before then, Clark Kent (Tom Welling), along with his bride-to-be, Lois Lane (Erica Durance), will take the final steps toward their destiny: becoming the familiar characters that were first introduced in the comic books.
But Clark is not Superman yet, and dark times still lie ahead for the hero, including the impending battle with Darkseid and the return of foes Zod (Callum Blue) and Lex Luthor (Michael Rosenbaum). Executive producer Kelly Souders tells TVGuide.com that amidst this turmoil, there will be casualties. She dishes on what else destiny has in store, including a fun departure for Lois, below:
Callum Blue is returning to Smallville, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Blue, 33, will reprise his role as Zod, Clark's sworn enemy who tried to take over the world in Season 9. He was last seen being sucked into a one-sided portal that leads to New Krypton.
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Who likes word games? Smallville's Brian Peterson sure does!
TVGuide.com asked Peterson, the executive producer of the super-show, to play a little word association, which yielded five one-word clues about the remaining four episodes. What is Clark's destiny? Will Zod (Callum Blue) and the Kandorians achieve their goal of ruling the human civilization?
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"Watchtower": "Sadly, 'Chloe [Allison Mack]."'
"Destiny": "If I had two words, it would be 'Season 10.'"
What do you make of the five clues? Discuss in the comments.