Sarah Wright, Danny Masterson
It's the word that drives fear into the hearts of most single men. No, we're not talking about the L-word. We're talking about the W-word: we.
In this exclusive sneak peek from Thursday's episode of Men at Work (10/9c on TBS), Milo's (Danny Masterson) new girlfriend, Molly (Sarah Wright), asks, "What are we doing next weekend?" and promptly asks Milo to come with her to...
It'll be a mini reunion for fans of The O.C. when Men at Work's Michael Cassidy is joined by guest star Benjamin McKenzie in a 2013 episode of the TBS sitcom. Cassidy played Zach on McKenzie's Fox soap during the 2004-05 season.
McKenzie will play Bryan, the ex-husband of single mom Meg (Bethany Joy Lenz of One Tree Hill), who is dating Cassidy's Tyler.
Alexandra Breckenridge will guest-star in an upcoming episode of TBS' new comedy Men at Work, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
The American Horror Story and True Blood alum has been cast as...
Breckin Meyer, Danny Masterson
TBS has given the green light to Men at Work, a new comedy produced by Franklin & Bash star Breckin Meyer, the network announced Friday.
The series stars...
Michael Cassidy, Privileged
Megan's bevy of beau toys will be number one fewer when Privileged's 15th episode sends the character of Charlie back to college.
The "uncasting" decision was made due to budgetary and creative reasons as well as to accommodate the wishes of original cast member Michael Cassidy ...
Fred Savage is a Single White Millionaire ready to settle down in a CBS comedy pilot, says the Reporter.... Amy Smart (Smith) has the lead in (grammatically incorrect title alert!) Meant to Be's, a CBS drama about a woman who upon dying en route to her honeymoon becomes a "Meant to Be," meaning she must help others set their lives straight before she can go to Heaven.... Michael Cassidy (Hidden Palms) has joined the CW's How to Teach Filthy Rich Girls, playing the beau of a Yale-educated gal hired to tutor two heiresses.
Michael Cassidy by Frank Ockenfels/The CW
Stop the presses Smallville has found its new "Daily Planet" editor!Sources confirm that Michael Cassidy (Hidden Palms, The O.C.) has scored the top job, replacing Carrie Fisher's barely visible Pauline Kahn. Cassidy will appear in at least six episodes and, as I reported in early June, his character is being groomed as a love interest for Lois Lane. Curiously, the role originally called for a thirtysomething actor. Cassidy, however, is a ripe 24. Wonder what that's about. Feel free to post your theories (and/or general reaction to the casting of Cassidy) in the super convenient comment section below.
Hello, all you Hidden Palms fans! My, but you are an exclusive lot. Perhaps a tad too exclusive. That might be why the network is now showing two episodes (thats right, two original episodes back-to-back!) this Wednesday and next Wednesday, in the hopes that they can ignite Hidden Palms fever by the time our finale airs on July 4. (Cue fireworks here.)That being said, I deeply appreciate all your comments and votes of confidence and will continue to blog no matter what. Or at least until TV Guide tells me to stop. Which might happen on July 5. Well see. Anyway, lets talk about our two upcoming episodes. I think you will enjoy them for the following reasons:1. The mystery surrounding Eddies death deepens.2. The adults start to become more of a factor in the developing events. Trust me, this is a good thing. Kids misbehaving is one thing, but when the adults go naughty, its a hoot!So, here's the scoop: Cliff finally has it out with his moms sl...
Amber Heard and Taylor Handley, Hidden Palms
Hot, rich kids with equally attractive parents, a sexy California setting, and a new guy who doesn't quite fit in. Sound familiar? "Of course we're getting all The O.C. comparisons," says Kevin Williamson, the creator of the CW's brand-new Hidden Palms (Wednesdays at 8 pm/ET), who was also the brains behind Dawson's Creek. "But we were just trying to make something fun and juicy, a guilty pleasure." There's Johnny, who moves to Palm Springs with his mom and her new husband after his dad's suicide and his own brief stint in rehab. He's befriended by slick Cliff and falls for gorgeous Greta, whose former boyfriend supposedly killed himself in what is now Johnny's bedroom. But if you ask science geek Liza, it was more like murder. Hooked yet?