Emile Hirsch and Holliday Grainger
Imagine how thrilled Bonnie Parker would be to learn, nearly 80 years after her iconic demise alongside partner-in-crime Clyde Barrow, that their bloody legend is once again fodder for Hollywood, in a new miniseries premiering simultaneously on three — count 'em, three — cable networks. For a Depression-era would-be diva who thirsted for movie-star fame but had to settle for newsreel infamy, this is real staying...
Emile Hirsch and Holliday Grainger
The Bonnie & Clyde miniseries starring Emile Hirsch and Holliday Graingerin the title roles will air Sunday, Dec. 8 and Monday, Dec. 9 at 9/8c. The TV event will air simultaneously on Lifetime, A&E and History.
Sara Ramirez and Jessica Capshaw
As Grey's Anatomy heads towards its ninth season finale, it seems the impending super storm won't be the only trouble for the Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital docs!
We already know Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) will face some problems on the baby front, but it's the relationship front that has everyone worried. Arizona (Jessica Capshaw) may cheat on Callie (Sara Ramirez), Cristina (Sandra Oh) may have to break up with Owen (Kevin McKidd) again because of the baby issue and Alex (Justin Chambers) may finally find his person in Jo (Camilla Luddington). With so many futures up in the air, TVGuide.com turned to executive producer Shonda Rhimes to get the scoop:
Camilla Luddington, Justin Chambers
Could love be in the air for Alex and Jo?
Aside from the hospital having to close its doors, that's been the big question on Grey's Anatomy this season as Alex (Justin Chambers) has grown closer to intern Jo (Camilla Luddington) — whom, to be honest, many fans hated in the beginning of the season. But with the help of Alex, Jo has gone from an amalgamation of the worst traits of the Fab Five to settling into a less neurotic character that we could maybe, possibly get on board with.
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Robert Pattinson, Billy Burke, and Kristen Stewart
Revolution has seen its fair share of great guest stars so far —Mark Pellegrino and Kim Raver, to name two — but there's an untapped source for the series to mine from: The Twilight cast!
Lest we forget, Billy Burke, who plays Miles Matheson on the NBC series, co-stars in the Twilight films as Bella Swan's (Kristen Stewart) father Charlie. With the final film being released this week, it seems only fitting to find out which of his co-stars he'd like to reunite with on his new NBC series...
Justin Chambers, Elisabeth Shue, Josh Charles
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What's coming up on Grey's Anatomy? — Jesse
NATALIE: In this week's episode, everyone but Alex will notice a spark that's developing between him and intern Morgan (Amanda Fuller). "Karev's really oblivious to the fact that everyone's rumoring around the hospital that they're doing it," Fuller tells us. "They're spending so much time together, and they bicker and banter like two kindergarten kids who have a crush on each other, so he begins to realize that everyone may be right about her being into him."
I really liked Elisabeth Shue on CSI. But please tell me the show isn't going to try to force her and Ted Danson together. — Kasey
ADAM: Sorry, Kasey, but I think it's a safe bet that...
Julianna Margulies, Josh Charles
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The Good Wife
The cast of The Good Wife has Shakespeare on the brain. Granted, the playwright may not seem like an obvious influence on the hit CBS drama, which deals with such thoroughly modern issues as the destructive power of media and the Internet. But as the show charges through its sophomore season, it's exhibiting many of his hallmarks, complete with star-crossed lovers and a purloined letter. (Or make that voice mail.)
The Good Wife
Miranda Cosgrove is about to find herself on the wrong side of the law on The Good Wife.
Cosgrove, the star of Nickelodeon's iCarly, will play a troubled pop star in need of Alicia's representation after she's arrested on a DUI charge.
Judging from the picture Cosgrove tweeted Wednesday, Sloan will not only cause some havoc in court, but also...
In the Season 1 finale of The Good Wife, Alicia (Julianna Margulies) made it very clear that Will (Josh Charles) needed to come up with a plan if they were going to make things work. As Charles tells TVGuide.com in the video below, "Will lays out his plan out pretty early on," in Season 2.