It's the moment Smallville fans have been waiting for: Erica Durance is wearing the real Wonder Woman costume. She just didn't do it until her guest appearance on Harry's Law.
Durance, who earlier this year said goodbye to the role of Lois Lane after Smallville ended its 10-year run, will play a somewhat mentally unstable woman who believes she truly is Wonder Woman in the Wednesday, Jan. 11 episode of Harry's Law. TVGuide.com hit the set to find out what it's like to put on the costume, which is of the same design worn by Adrianne Palicki in David E. Kelley's defunct Wonder Woman pilot. Also, Durance tackles the Lois Lane vs. Wonder Woman question...
Harriet Korn's impressive track record as a defense lawyer during Season 1of Harry's Law can only mean one thing for the new season: expansion.
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With her notoriety at an all-time high, Harry (Kathy Bates) will move her firm to a new loft and take on two new associates, Oliver Richard (Mark Valley) and Cassie Reynolds (Karen Olivo). (Original cast members Aml Ameen and Brittany Snow left the show over the summer, though Snow will appear in a few episodes to explain the character's exits.)
Although Cassie is still green, Oliver and Harry share a history...
Rob Corddry has a bone to pick with President Barack Obama.
After shooting the upcoming third season of Childrens Hospital back in December, the series star, creator and executive producer had to remove a joke delivered by guest star Nick Offerman (Parks and Recreation) about his having killed Osama bin Laden because, well, it actually happened.
"That ruins the joke completely. Obama killed our joke. Obama killed the No. 1 wanted man in the world, as well as one of our biggest jokes of the season. He couldn't wait until July," Corddry tells TVGuide.com. "I was annoyed. ... I find myself wishing bin Laden had lived for another...
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."
Before the film has even hit theaters, Disney's upcoming Tron: Legacy has spawned an animated TV series, Comingsoon.net reports.
Tron: Uprising, which will air on kids digital cable channel Disney XD, will feature the voices of Elijah Wood, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Mandy Moore, Nate Corddry, Lance Henriksen, Paul Reubens, Reginald VelJohnson and Bruce Boxleitner, who reprises his role as Tron.