Some familiar faces are coming to a TV near you, and TV Guide Magazine caught up with them at the 18th Annual Race to Erase MS Gala on April 29 to get the scoop on their new shows.
After almost a decade away from a steady TV gig, Lea Thompson (Caroline in the City) is now about to play the mother of a daughter she didn't know she had, on ABC Family's Switched at Birth, premiering June 6.
TNT has renewed gritty cop drama Southland for a 10-episode fourth season, the network announced Tuesday.
What's next for Southland? Our burning questions answered
"John Wells, Chris Chulack and their teams created a brilliant roller coaster ride this season, with countless riveting scenes and unforgettable character arcs," Michael Wright, executive vice president and head of programming for TNT said in a statement.
The roller coaster metaphor is apt...
Robot Chicken Star Wars
Darth Vader discos! Boba Fett kills Chewey! R2-D2 gets sexually aroused by Padme Amidala! Is the George Lucas universe out of alignment? Nope, it's Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III (airing Sunday, 11:30/10:30c, on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim), yet another raunchy, irreverent spoof on the Lucas legacy from writer-producers Seth Green and Matt Senreich. This stop-motion hour — featuring the voices of ...
Rachael Leigh Cook
Rachael Leigh Cook has been cast opposite Eric McCormack in the TNT pilot Perception, according to Deadline.com.
Cook, 31, who starred in She's All That and recently appeared on Psych, will play FBI Agent Kate Rossi. She recruits her former professor (McCormack) to help...
Rachael Leigh Cook
Rachael Leigh Cook has snagged the female lead on Fox's comedy pilot Nirvana, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Laurie Metcalf to headline Strange Brew pilot
The pilot centers on two Indian-American brothers who ...
Katherine Heigl (Grey's Anatomy), Marcia Cross (Housewives) and David Caruso (CSI: Miami)
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Color me shocked that Katherine Heigl isn't leaving Grey's Anatomy. Is it possible we're being duped in some way? — Krista
MATT: I must say that the lack of fanfare surrounding ABC's confirmation of Heigl's status — especially when juxtaposed with the flurry of official statements regarding T.R. Knight's departure — made me raise one of my overgrown eyebrows. "Sure, she's staying... for just one more episode," I cynically hypothesized. But one of my best sources insists that this is not a case of clever semantics, and that Heigl's Izzie will have a significant presence in the fall.
Please give me some scoop on what's next for Desperate Housewives' Bree. — Fernando R.
MICKEY: Bree may come off like a brittle maneater, but at heart she's a real softy, which is why juggling an angry Orson and a horny Karl will really ...
Shane West by Barry King/ WireImage.com
Former ER star Shane West is ready to ignite the big screen in Kerosene CowboysThe actor is in talks to star in the action thriller along with one-time OC-er Cam Gigandet and Rachael Leigh Cook The Hollywood Reporter reportsBased on a Randy Arrington novel the film will follow the hard-knock lives of no not cowboys but Navy pilots Gigandet will play a hot-shot pilot while West will play his BFF-turned-enemy and Cook will be a journalist and Gigandets love interestSoap star Mario van Peebles will direct and Adam Prince will write the screenplay Joyce EngRelive Wests run on ER in our Online Video Guide
James Roday by Alan Zenuk/USA Network Photo, Rachael Leigh Cook by Rebecca Sapp/WireImage.com
I've seen Shawn Spencer's future, and it looks crowded. Not only is James Roday's faux soothsayer getting a visit from his shrinky-dink mama on Psych this season, but one of his exes is coming out of the woodwork, too.Sources confirm to me exclusively that ex-Pussycat Rachael Leigh Cook has signed on to play a high school crush of Shawn's in at least one episode. The two reconnect at their 13-year class reunion and, well, even a pretend seer can predict what happens next.Cook's scheduled to appear in the second episode of the upcoming third season, which kicks off on July 18 (aka not soon enough)!Related: Psych Finds Shawn's Mother... and It's Cybill Shepherd!
Zach Braff (reprising his animated big-screen alter ego, Chicken Little), James Woods (as Hades), Mena Suvari (as Final Fantasy VII's Aerith), Rachael Leigh Cook, Brittany Snow, Jesse McCartney and General Hospital's Steve Burton are some of the many stars lending their voices to the video game Disney's Kingdom Hearts II, in stores March 30.
Zach Braff, Scrubs
Arrested Development Blame vacation hangover, but I'm betting I missed about half of the references to AD's imminent cancellation or (please!) move to another network, and the not-desperate ratings stunts they cribbed from other shows. Of course, I don't even have to say this, but please write in with what I've left out. There was the promise before the credits that someone would die and that the show would be live, the 3-D tomato toss and the flashing SaveOurBluths.org. So as not to break the third wall, that thinly veiled plot about raising money for a new attorney opened the door for the Bluths to beg for their survival, and to discuss whether they'd received help from the Home Builders' Organization (HBO, for those of you not yet over those hangovers) or if they'd have to