Amber Kelleher-Andrews, Matt Hussey, Tracy McMillan
Way to squander a Voice lead-in, NBC. Turns out America wasn't ready to waste another night of the broadcast week on a ridiculously padded dating show, so after this week, Ready for Love (Tuesday, 9:01/8:01c) goes into reality limbo — and honestly, if scripted duds can get yanked without notice, why should lousy competition-reality shows be exempt when shunned like this one was? On the plus side, with The Voice about to end its enjoyable "battle" rounds and move next week into the "knockout" phase, the expanded Tuesday edition will be joined April 30 by the clever supernatural thriller Grimm, given a well-deserved reprieve from the Friday trenches for the rest of the season. (Part of me wishes NBC would invest more heavily in Hannibal and give it a shot in this wide-open Tuesday time period, but Grimm is probably a better fit.)
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Christopher Gorham, Piper Perabo
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers about Tuesday's Season 3 of Covert Affairs. Read at your own risk.]
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers about Tuesday's episode of Covert Affairs. Read at your own risk.]
[SPOILER ALERT: The following story contains major spoilers from the Season 3 premiere of Covert Affairs. Read at your own risk.]
Covert Affairs promised a big death during its Season 3 premiere and it delivered in the opening minutes when a car exploded outside of a diner. But who was in the car?
The Hub's Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters
Hasbro's expansion into television continues Saturday night with the official series premiere of Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters, an new animated series produced by the toy giant for The Hub network.
Covert Affairs, Anne Dudek and Piper Perabo
[WARNING: The following story contains major spoilers from the summer season finale of Covert Affairs. Read at your own risk.]
No, those ...
Oded Fehr, Covert Affairs
Oded Fehr will reprise his role as Eyal Lavin on Covert Affairs, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
The Mummy actor, 40, first appeared last season as the cocky and attractive Mossad field agent who...
Jane Badler, Laura Vandervoort and Morena Baccarin
After a year and a half hiatus, the New York Comic Con returned this weekend, drawing a reported crowd of 100,000 to the Jacob K. Javits Center in Manhattan. The event doesn't quite have the star power of San Diego's Comic-Con International, but it's quickly becoming one of the top fan events for sci-fi related movies and TV as well as video games and, of course, comic books.
One of the weekend's biggest draws was a panel for...
Now that NBC has assembled the cast of Law & Order: Los Angeles, you might be curious about the team's first case. Series creator Dick Wolf promised he wouldn't shy away from stories based on real Tinseltown scandals, and is following up on that by titling his first episode "Hollywood...
Just as ABC extended its option on Football Wives, a few other initially passed-on fall pilots might see the airwaves after all. Per the Hollywood Reporter, ABC is also keeping a short leash on the comedies The Middle (Ricki Lake as blue-collar mom) and The Hill (set in D.C. and starring Michelle Trachtenberg and Wendie Malick).Fox, meanwhile, still may come calling for Nurses (a dramedy fronted by Eliza Dushku and Sara Rue) and/or The Cure (starring Oded Fehr and Anson Mount).