Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter has a few things to say to DirecTV customers who may lose access to Fox cable channels, including FX: "You're getting...
Cheers to Sons of Anarchy for an inspired bit of stunt casting.
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When it was announced that David Hasselhoff would guest star in Season 4 of FX's motorcycle-gang drama, I'll admit I groaned. Would this be another...
Sons of Anarchy
Sons of Anarchy's 90-minute Season 4 debut became the series' most-watched episode, attracting 4.94 million viewers, a 20 percent increase over the third-season premiere, according to Nielsen figures.
Of that viewership total, some 3.22 million Tuesday night -- up 15 percent -- were in the advertiser-coveted 18-to-49 age group.
Charlie Hunnam, Sons of Anarchy
A lot can change in 14 months. And for the members of the motorcycle club at the heart of FX's Sons of Anarchy, the time that has passed between seasons may spell the end of SAMCRO forever.
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The end of Season 3 found Jax (Charlie Hunnam), Clay (Ron Perlman) and several other club members heading to prison to serve their plea deal sentence. Though the Season 4 premiere (Tuesday, 10/9c, FX) opens with the club's year-later release, they emerge changed men. And, no, we're not just talking about Jax's haircut.
"Jax has had a lot of time to think about the last three years of his life," creator and executive producer Kurt Sutter tells TVGuide.com....
Kurt Sutter, the often outspoken creator of Sons of Anarchy, quit Twitter over the weekend, after inciting a slew of headlines with a tweet that blamed Mad Men creator Matt Weiner for demanding so much money out of AMC that they were forced to fire Walking Dead's Frank Darabont as part of budget cutting.
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Last week, Sutter took AMC to task for...
Cable staple Kenny Johnson will dip into network TV for a role on NBC's take on the U.K.'s Prime Suspect, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Johnson, known for his work on FX's The Shield, TNT's Saving Grace, and FX's Sons of Anarchy, will play the boyfriend of Maria Bello's character...
Emmy voting is nearly complete. Over the week, voters will be checking off names and shows they think are worthy of getting a nomination come July 14. We here at TVGuide.com have a few picks in mind ourselves. Next up: our dream ballot for Best Lead Actress in a Drama:
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12. Best Shout-Out to the HFP-Who? Here's how Best Supporting Actor winner Christian Bale (The Fighter) thanked the ragtag group of journalists abroad known as the Hollywood Foreign Press Association: "I never really knew who those guys were. I'd always leave the press junkets going, 'Who are those awful characters in that room?' I usually just sat there and they'd be arguing amongst themselves... And now I know who you are, and I realize how wise and spectacular and perceptive those guys really are! ...What a bunch of characters."
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Have you heard anything more about the new character on Hawaii Five-0? — Mark
ADAM: The show is still on the lookout for what's now being described as a young version of Jack Ryan from The Hunt for Red October. (That doesn't rule out the ladies though, as we're hearing the character could very well be a woman.) Further, we'll first meet the character as part of a protection detail enlisted for McGarrett. But we'll soon learn that he or she also has a score to settle with Wo Fat.
Will Phil and Claire role play again this Valentine's Day on Modern Family? — Ron
NATALIE: Remember when Claire lost her trench coat to the escalator? Well, it won't go much better for Bixby, Clive Bixby (Phil's seductive alter ego), when a hotel room-key handoff goes awry, and another woman gets...
How do you really feel about the Golden Globes, Peter Tolan?
The Rescue Me co-creator and executive producer didn't mince any words when the topic of awards came up during his moderation of Wednesday's Hollywood Radio and Television Society's annual showrunner panel, as he called the Hollywood Foreign Press Association "just a group of whores from other countries."
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"I'm not prone to hyperbole, but the Foreign Press really is a bunch of whores," he said. "They can be bought. ... It's really an excuse to go out with people who don't speak English that well and maybe ...