Alexis Bledel, Lauren Graham
It's the television reunion you've been waiting for: The cast and creator of Gilmore Girls are finally gathering at the 2015 ATX Television Festival.
"So after years of peace and quiet these lunatics have chosen to get the chattiest chicks in the world back under one roof? Really? Okay. You asked for it," Amy Sherman-Palladino said in a statement. "Gilmore was the highlight of my ridiculous life. I can't wait to sit with these unbelievable broads and relive a time where sleep did not exist where stress and coffee were mama's little helpers and where we all dove into the deep end together to make something weird and very very cool."
Witches of East End
Darkness is rising on Witches of East End.
When viewers last saw the Beauchamp women, they had defeated Penelope (Virginia Madsen), but the fight had only just begun. First, Joanna was left fatally poisoned, and her death also triggered the power within her sons, Dash (Eric Winter) and Killian (Daniel Di Tomasso), which surfaced during their death match over Freya (Jenna Dewan-Tatum). At the same time, Ingrid (Rachel Boston) was forced to open the portal to Asgard — the magical realm they originally came from -- leaving the door wide open for any enemy whom Joanna (Julia Ormond) and Wendy (Madchen Amick) left behind to seek revenge.
Rachel Boston, Jenna Dewan Tatum
Two worlds are about to converge on the season finale of Witches of East End.
On the penultimate episode, Joanna (Julia Ormond) destroyed the key to Asgard, the world from which she and her family of witches came. But when a mysterious — and very curious — man named Mike (Enver Gjokaj) showed up to Ingrid's (Rachel Boston) library, he revealed that not only is there a second key located in Fair Haven, but that the key is Ingrid herself. Will Mike use Ingrid to get to the other side? Will Penelope (Virginia Madsen) destroy her son's wedding to Freya (Jenna Dewan-Tatum) so that she can return home to Asgard and reunite with Archibald (Matthew Del Negro)? And will the Beauchamp girls work with their newly discovered father to save everyone? We checked in with both Boston and executive producer Maggie Friedman who answered our burning questions heading into finale.
It's the season of the witch... again!
Lifetime's new drama Witches of East End tells the story of Long Island single mom Joanna Beauchamp (Mad Men's Julia Ormond), who looks on with trepidation as her adult daughters Freya and Ingrid (American Horror Story: Asylum's Jenna Dewan-Tatum and In Plain Sight's Rachel Boston, respectively) discover that all the women in their family are witches. The truth comes to the fore when...
The Witches of East End have the magic touch.
Lifetime has ordered the series, based on the bestselling 2011 novel of the same name, to premiere this summer, the cable network announced Thursday.
Set in modern-day Long Island, the drama follows Joanna Beauchamp (Mad Men's Julia Ormond) and...
Lifetime's drama pilot Witches of East End has bewitched two new cast members: Twin Peaks vet Madchen Amick and ER grad Glenne Headly, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The pilot, based on Melissa de la Cruz's best-selling novel, is about...
Being Erica, the Canadian dramedy about a time-traveling therapy patient, is the latest import to be adapted for American audiences.
ABC is developing a U.S. version, which will be written by Eastwick's Maggie Friedman. It's executive-produced by David Fortier and Ivan Schneeberg of Temple Street Productions, who also produce the original. Being Erica airs on the CBC in Canada and SOAPnet in America. The third season of the series will premiere in the U.S. on Wednesday, Jan. 26.
Being Erica returns for Season 3 in January
The original Erica stars Erin Karpluk as a therapy patient who travels back in time to fix her past mistakes. The show averages around half a million viewers in Canada. The series is a hot commodity across the globe, airing in more than 160 countries, including the U.K. and Spain.
Karpluk told TVGuide.com on Thursday that she was initially nervous about someone else playing Erica Strange. "Hold on! There's only one Erica, here," the actress recalls saying during format pitch meetings.
Still, if the story line and formatting turn out great, Karpluk says...
Jamie Ray Newman, Lindsay Price, Rebecca Romijn
Just in case you haven't jumped on the Eastwick bandwagon yet, this week is the perfect opportunity. Executive producer Maggie Friedman says the Halloween episode is a great time to catch up: "You won't feel lost."
Watch full episodes of Eastwick in our Online Video Guide
Unfortunately, an Eastwick resident will be lost in this week's episode. Roxie (Rebecca Romijn) previously prophesized the death of someone close to her, but who's actually in the coffin? Friedman drops a few hints on that, tells us what happens when the Kat-Joanna-Will love triangle comes to a head and what Jerry O'Connell will be doing when he drops by the town of Eastwick...