Laverne Cox is breaking out of the big house. At least temporarily.
The Orange Is the New Black star is set to guest-star on the new Bravo scripted series Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce, the network announced Tuesday.
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From Buffy the Vampire Slayer writer Marti Noxon and based on the best-selling books of the same name, the hour-long series centers on Abby (House alum Lisa Edelstein), a self-help book author who tries to hide her separation from her husband as she begins to navigate life as a single woman in her 40s. She goes to her divorced friends, instead of her married ones, for advice which leads her to unexpected and life-altering experiences.
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Bravo is segueing into the scripted world with two new series, while also bringing back familiar faces, including Caroline Manzo and Tom Colicchio for spin-offs of their successful shows, the network announced Tuesday at its upfront presentation.
Slated to premiere in 2015, Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce stars Lisa Edelstein as a self-help book author who hides the fact that she's separated from her husband as she starts to navigate her life as a single woman in Los Angeles. Janeane Garofalo and Beau Garrett play her best friends and Paul Adelstein plays her soon-to-be ex-husband.
There's a new House star coming to Bravo, and no, we're not talking about a new Real Housewife.
Bravo has picked up 13 episodes of Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce, starring House alum Lisa Edelstein, Deadline.com reports. This marks the cable network's first-ever scripted series.
From Buffy the Vampire Slayer writer Marti Noxon and based on...
What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. Unless it doesn't and you wind up married for 20 years.
That's exactly what happened to comedienne Janeane Garofalo, who revealed she only recently discovered she had been married for the past 20 years to...
Forest Whitaker fervently circles a grand dining-room table in a stately Pasadena home, swooping around to view the room's layout from different angles. While he's absorbing every detail, everybody else is focused on the fact that at the head of the table is an actress playing a corpse in a state of extreme decomposition.
Whitaker, who won an Oscar for The Last King of Scotland, stars as FBI special agent Sam Cooper in Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior, the new spin-off of the wildly popular CBS series. While other actors simply want to hit their marks, he's seeking out thematic nuances and offering sharp, emotional performance variations during rehearsals — for a scene featuring a decomposing female corpse.
Does it take a killer to catch a killer? CBS' Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior may try to answer that question.
One of the team members on the Criminal Minds spin-off, John "Prophet" Sims (Michael Kelly), was convicted and served time for murder. But as his nickname suggests, he's reformed.
Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior
"Normal people don't cut out a person's eyes," says a homicide detective turning to the FBI's "Red Cell" Behavioral Analysis Unit for help at a grisly crime scene. Depends on your definition of normal, because it's business as usual on Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior, an uninspired spin-off of the undistinguished (except in its degree of gruesomeness) long-running hit.
Don't get Janeane Garofalo wrong — she's happy to be working on Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior, the upcoming spin-off of the popular CBS crime procedural. In fact, she even named her new dog Unsub, after a bit of the show's jargon.
Executive producer and showrunner Chris Mundy is leaving the Criminal Minds spin-off and will be replaced by Edward Allen Bernero, who runs the original series, a source tells TVGuide.com.
Bernero will continue to serve as executive producer and showrunner on the mothership while attempting ...
Wondering what Janeane Garofalo will do on Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior? TVGuide.com has the exclusive first details about her character.
Janeane Garofalo in talks to join Criminal Minds spin-off
Garofalo will play Beth Griffith, the newest member of the team assembled by Forest Whitaker's bureaucracy-hating Cooper. Described as strong-willed and outspoken, Beth ...