Rizzoli & Isles... and baby?
Last we saw Jane (Angie Harmon) and Maura (Sasha Alexander), Lydia (Alexandra Holden) — aka the ex-girlfriend of both Jane's dad Frank (Chazz Palmintieri) and her brother Tommy (Colin Egglesfield) — had left her newborn son on Maura's doorstep. This, of course, was moments ...
You'll see a couple new faces on Rizzoli & Isles next season — and lots of familiar ones as well. Chazz Palminteri, Ed Begley Jr. and Chris Vance are among the stars returning to the TNT drama for Season 3, TVGuide.com has learned.
Rizzoli & Isles boss on season finale: I wanted to leave them at odds
Palminteri, who plays ...
Don't worry, Colin Egglesfield and Rebecca Field are on the list. The Client List, that is.
The former Melrose Place 2.0 and October Road residents, respectively, have joined the Lifetime series, according to Deadline and The Hollywood Reporter. The show stars Jennifer Love Hewitt as a single mom in Texas who winds up co-running a prostitution business.
Lifetime turning The Client List into a TV series
The upcoming series, which Lifetime ordered in August, is based on...
How do you think hardened Detective Jane Rizzoli (Angie Harmon) will feel when her screw-up of a brother, Tommy (Melrose Place's Colin Egglesfield), begins to court her best friend, Dr. Maura Isles (Sasha Alexander)?
Get Billy Ocean on the horn! NBC is planning to adapt Romancing the Stone as a television series, Deadline reports.
The 1984 romantic comedy stars Kathleen Turner as romance novelist Joan Wilder, who travels to Colombia to save her kidnapped sister, with the help of con man/charmer Jack T. Colton (Michael Douglas). The box office smash, which launched Turner's career and is considered Douglas' comeback film, spawned an equally successful sequel, 1985's Jewel of the Nile — and two killer theme songs, Eddy Grant's funky original and Ocean's peppier follow-up.