Nolan Sotillo, Charlie Rowe
One of the trickier balancing acts of the season is being performed by Fox's Red Band Society (Wednesday, 9/8c), which aims to be a feel-good show about kids who feel bad. As in indefinite-hospital-stay bad. Amputation bad. Eating disorder, heart disease and cancer bad.
Red Band Society
For the hospital kids of Red Band Society, death may be around the corner, but life is just beginning.
Set in the children's ward of a Los Angeles hospital, Red Band Society (premieres Wednesday, 9/8c, Fox) is about an unlikely group of friends who've come together — some begrudgingly — to face their life-threatening sicknesses. Zoe Levin, Charlie Rowe, Brian "Astro" Bradley, Ciara Bravo and Nolan Sotillo make up the Breakfast Club-like gang, while Griffin Gluck stars as a coma patient from whose perspective and narrative the story is told.
Red Band Society
Fox is aiming to establish a new kind of "brat pack" with its coming-of-age drama Red Band Society.
Set in the children's ward of a Los Angeles hospital, Red Band Society follows a Breakfast Club-esque group of patients as they such face life-changing — and life-threatening — challenges. Zoe Levin, Charlie Rowe, Astro, Ciara Bravo, and Nolan Sotillo star as the unlikely group of friends. Dave Annable, Rebecca Rittenhouse and Oscar winner Octavia Spencer take on the adult roles of the doctors and nurses who mentor them through the ups and downs of adolescence.
Nolan Sotillo and Charlie Rowe
TV fans looking to get a head start on checking out the new fall shows can now watch the pilot for Fox's Red Band Society — but the episode will only be available until Tuesday, Aug. 26 until 5 p.m. ET.
Jada Pinkett Smith, Robin Lord Taylor
Gotham City to the rescue? Fox certainly hopes Gotham, its dark and stylish noir set in the corrupt, broken pre-Batman metropolis, will revive the fortunes of a network undergoing one of its most significant leadership transitions. (The architect of this fall's schedule, Kevin Reilly, stepped down in late May, and Dana Walden and Gary Newman, the Fox Studio heads who will take over network oversight in a more streamlined operation, won't start their new positions until the end of the month.)
The Gotham panel was the first and most impressive new-series presentation on Fox's day at the TCA press tour. (For more Fox news, go here.) With its revisionist twist on Batman mythology as it spills out origin stories featuring various supervillains-to-be, Gotham is the buzziest show on Fox's fall slate — airing on Mondays alongside breakout hit Sleepy Hollow won't hurt — but it's not without risk.
Brothers & Sisters alum Dave Annable is heading to another sibling-centered show.
Annable will guest-star as a hot college professor on an upcoming episode of Fox's Ben and Kate, TVGuide.com has learned.
Scott Speedman, Rachael Taylor
ABC has canceled Last Resort and 666 Park Avenue, TVGuide.com has learned.
The network will...
666 Park Avenue
A maniac is still on the loose at the Drake!
In the aftermath of 666 Park Avenue's Halloween party, Jane (Rachael Taylor) will have to tell the cops that her attacker is the long-dead Peter Kramer (Jim True-Frost). But will they -- or Henry (Dave Annable) -- believe her? They should, considering he's not done with her yet!
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Check out this exclusive sneak peek at Sunday's episode, which airs at 10/9c on ABC:
Rachael Taylor, Dave Annable
If you thought The Drake wasn't a safe place to live before, just wait until you check out the new 666 Park Avenue clip in which more than one resident's life hangs in the balance.
When Jane (Rachael Taylor) and Henry (Dave Annable) moved into...
Terry O’Quinn and Vanessa Williams
Have you found permanent residence at 666 Park Avenue?
Now that the new ABC drama has premiered, we want to know your thoughts — and what you think of every new show this season.
Vote: Which fall premieres won you over? Which flopped?
Will you stick around to find out if Henry (Dave Annable) and Jane (Rachael Taylor) survive? Did Terry O'Quinn's Gavin scare you to pieces? ...