USA has benched Necessary Roughness for good.
The football drama has been canceled after three seasons, TVGuide.com has confirmed. "We are proud of this show and its writers, which had a unique ability to address topical subjects before they unfolded in real life on the sports pages," USA said in a statement Tuesday. "We want to thank Liz Kruger and...
While millions of sports fans across the country were in disbelief or outraged about the suspension of 13 Major League Baseball players, including New York Yankees third basemen Alex Rodriguez, for violating anti-doping protocols, Necessary Roughness creators and showrunners Liz Kruger and Craig Shapiro had a slightly different reaction.
"Um, yay?" Kruger tells...
Now that Necessary Roughness' star wide receiver TK (Mehcad Brooks) is trying to land his own reality show, who better to school him on the genre than one of the first ladies of reality TV?
In this sneak from the latest TK Gets Real webisode, the New York Hawks player gets a visit from Real Housewives of Atlanta alum...
Mehcad Brooks, Kate Miner
Move over Tom and Gisele, there's a new football star and model combo about to heat up the tabloids: New York Hawks wide receiver Terrence "TK" King and model Sheera Kane.
"There seems to be love in the air," Necessary Roughness star Mehcad Brooks tells TVGuide.com.
After their meet-cute at V3, things will quickly start to heat up between TK (Brooks) and Sheera (Kate Miner) on Wednesday's episode (10/9c, USA). "He's met his match almost. She doesn't...
Callie Thorne, Mehcad Brooks
Necessary Roughness' Dani Santino (Callie Thorne) has left her private therapy practice and taken a job working full-time at a sports agency under Connor McClane (John Stamos). In Wednesday's episode, "Gimme Some Lovin'," Dani gets acquainted with her fancy new digs and realizes she'll have to get used to having an assistant.
Going into Season 3, the executive producers of Necessary Roughness went by one of the oldest sports adages in the books.
"[USA] wanted us to, as they said, 'Go big.' So we went bigger," co-creator and executive producer Liz Kruger tells TVGuide.com. "I think everybody's quite excited about...
Necessary Roughness is continuing to add to its roster for Season 3.
The USA drama has cast Justified's David Andrews, Entourage alum Jonathan Keltz and...
Necessary Roughness has recruited a true TV MVP for its upcoming third season.
John Stamos is joining the USA drama for a season-long arc, the network announced Wednesday. Stamos 49, will play...
Drama, comedy, reality: This is one of those nights where TV is firing on all cylinders.
Let's start with the heavy lifting. One of TV's most encouraging survival stories returns with the fifth-season premiere of TNT's uncommonly gritty police drama Southland (10/9c), a network reject (from NBC's darkest period) that thrives on cable, with a sharper focus and a determined avoidance of procedural cliché.
Each episode is like a graphic tour of duty on the streets of Los Angeles, and in the opener, it's not always immediately clear if the patrol cops and detectives in the line of fire are witnessing a real crime or make believe or some other sort of scam. (One vignette involving a brawl between naked men in a sauna looks like an outtake from Spartacus.) "Treat it like a circus," seasoned training office John Cooper (Michael Cudlitz) advises his latest ride-along, an Afghan War vet with too much attitude. The media circus threatens to consume Cooper's former partner Ben Sherman (Ben McKenzie), newly decorated and enjoying the attention a bit too much. Grounding these characters in the mundane distractions of unblemished real life, Detective Lydia Adams (Regina King) is adjusting to single motherhood with...
The world is Sir David Attenborough's playground, which he has revealed on camera in all of its natural wonder with irrepressible enthusiasm for the last 60 years, forging a career that encompasses what he calls "the golden age of natural history filmmaking." His breakthrough TV programs include 1979's epic Life on Earth, which launched a series of "Life" specials, and such recent phenoms as Planet Earth and Frozen Planet (although Discovery Channel replaced his narration with American actors for U.S. broadcast).
PBS' Nature celebrates his astonishing milestones over the next three Wednesdays with a miniseries, Attenborough's Life Stories (check tvguide.com listings), which functions as a visual history of how this sort of nature programming has evolved with the help of technological breakthroughs.