Fresh off her multi-episode arc on The Good Wife, Karen Olivo will join Harry's Law as a regular next season, Entertainment Weekly reports...
James Spader, The Office
The Office has hired James Spader as the new CEO of Dunder Mifflin's parent company, Sabre, NBC announced on Wednesday.
"James will reprise his role as Robert California, this uber-salesman that has a power to convince and manipulate, like a high-class weirdo Jedi warrior," executive producer and series regular Paul Lieberstein said in a statement.
The Office is close to hiring James Spader — but not as Dunder Mifflin's Scranton head.
Instead, Spader — whose creepy Robert California interviewed to replace Michael Scott (Steve Carell) in the finale — is being sought to replace Jo (Kathy Bates) as CEO of the paper company, Entertainment Weekly reports.
The Office finale: Who should be the new boss?
"In the finale, he kicked ass," a source tells the magazine. "He was so funny and had ...
Aml Ameen and Brittany Snow
At Harriet's Law & Fine Shoes, if the shoe fits, wear it. And if it doesn't, you lose two actors.
Brittany Snow and Aml Ameen won't be clocking in when Harry's Law returns for its second season on NBC, TVLine reports.
Bye-bye, Michael Scott. Hello, Deangelo Vickers!
Big-screen funnyman Will Ferrell drops by The Office tonight for the first of four guest appearances to help send off Steve Carell's Michael Scott. "It was initially Will's idea to do something on the show as a way to...
Oscar winner Kathy Bates turned down many TV roles through the years before accepting the lead in NBC's Harry's Law. Just like her character, Harriet Korn, a tough-talking attorney who tussles with gang members and smokes ...
Aml Ameen and Brittany Snow
What could possibly complicate matters in a law firm that is run out of a shoe store? A good old office romance, says Harry's Law star Brittany Snow.
"Malcolm (Aml Ameen) and I, we have a love situation, and it kind of gets [mixed] into the work," Snow told TV Guide Magazine at the Rock & Republic/Love is Louder T-shirt launch on February 15. But not everyone's excited about the new love connection. "Harry, Kathy Bates' character, isn't too fond of that happening, so there's a little bit of friction there."
After all the buzz about the buss on Castle, the ABC show wound up second in the the 10 o'clock hour to the upstart Harry's Law.
The premiere of NBC's Harry's Law showed it has appeal, ruling the last hour of prime time with 11 million viewers.
David E. Kelley, the Emmy-winning writer and producer behind TV hits Ally McBeal, The Practice and Boston Legal, has created yet another quirky new legal drama (his specialty!). Harry's Law stars Kathy Bates as a burned-out patent attorney who runs a storefront criminal-defense firm. Kelley briefs us on what we need to know about his latest legal eagle.
Harry was supposed to be a man.
"We didn't find the actor we thought embodied everything Harry should or could be, so we opened the field up to women and, as soon as we did, Kathy's name leaped to the top of the list," he says about casting the Oscar winner....