Wilson Bethel, Rachel Bilson, Scott Porter
Hart of Dixie's season-long love triangle, well hexagon, finally came to a head at the end of Season 1, leaving the town doctor Zoe Hart (Rachel Bilson) with a major decision to make: Should she be with boy-next-door George (Scott Porter) or bad boy Wade (Wilson Bethel)?
Olympic gymnast McKayla Maroney to guest-star on Hart of Dixie
Laura Bell Bundy
There's a new Dixie chick in town.
Broadway star and country singer Laura Bell Bundy will appear in at least two episodes of Hart of Dixie, the Huffington Post reports.
Night Court's Charlie Robinson is joining Hart of Dixie, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Robinson will play the surly Sgt. Jeffries, the grandfather of Ruby Jeffries (Golden Brooks).
When Ruby returns home to BlueBell, she'll quickly connect with Dr. Zoe Hart (Rachel Bilson).
It's the end of the season for Happy Endings tonight (9:31/8:31c, ABC) and that makes us anything but happy. We're gonna miss this gang of Chicago pals who talk really fast, abbreviate like champs and use ancient Serbian memory-erasing techniques on one another. But before they go, we grabbed a few minutes with Adam Pally, whose Max is easily the greatest gay character on TV right now, to talk about the season finale, Madonna tunes and why his tattoo may strike a chord with a certain criminal element. Because when you have someone as hilarious as Pally, these are the things that must be addressed...
Hart of Dixie
There will be a wedding on the season finale of The CW's Hart of Dixie, but it may not be the George-and-Lemon marriage fans are expecting. In the April 23 episode, George (Scott Porter) skips town with Zoe (Rachel Bilson) and they end up at a bar and are serenaded by last year's American Idol winner, Scotty McCreery.
"George finds out some secrets [like Lemon's affair] and calls Zoe out of...
Melanie Amarro, The X Factor
On this eve of Thanksgiving, before you all go out and enjoy the biggest drinking night of the year, we'd like to go around the virtual table that is TVGuide.com and share what we're most grateful for this year. There have been so many blessings — the grungy glory of Sons of Anarchy, Rachel Bilson coming back to TV, Adam Levine's butt in jeans — that it's impossible for us to pick just one thing. So here's a list of some of our favorite TV gifts of 2011. Enjoy... and please, add your...
The Secret Circle
The CW is standing behind its freshman series.
After news broke Wednesday that Ringer would be sticking around for a full season, the network has also ordered full seasons of The Secret Circle and Hart of Dixie.
CW gives Sarah Michelle Gellar's Ringer a full season
"We believe in the creative strength of these dramas, and by...
Scott Porter, Jaime King
At first glance, Jaime King's character Lemon Breeland on Hart of Dixie seems like the perfect Southern woman — with a side of attitude. But King says there's a world of hurt inside her.
"You find out that Lemon's mother left her when she was 16 years old, so she has a really big hole there," King tells TVGuide.com. "This huge desire to be perfect, have people like her and to be the perfect woman comes from her thinking that maybe it's something she did that caused her mom to leave."
Jason O'Mara, Rachel Bilson
Fox rewound the clock and thrust viewers into the prehistoric age with its sci-fi thriller Terra Nova on Monday night, while The CW debuted a kinder and less reptile-filled (except for that 'gator) drama, Hart of Dixie. We want to know what you thought of these...
You don't have to tell Scott Porter that a show like Friday Night Lights — the football drama that won Emmys, a Peabody and inspired a catchphrase ("clear eyes, full heart, can't lose!") — doesn't come around often. He already knows.
"It was a lightning-in-the-bottle moment of magic with Friday Night Lights and I know that I can never do that again. So to do something starkly different, but still try and capture that same type of magic and create and own a character was great," Porter says. "I wanted a show to be able to call my own again."
Fall TV: Get the lowdown on this season's must-see new shows
Porter's second chance comes courtesy of Hart of Dixie, The CW's new drama following a city slicker doctor, Zoe Hart (Rachel Bilson), whose career forces her to move to the South where she encounters alligators, Southern belles and a...