Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Garcelle Beauvais, Breckin Meyer
Court is adjourned for Garcelle Beauvais, who announced on Twitter Wednesday that she will not return for Franklin & Bash's upcoming third season.
"Just found out that I'm not being asked back on Franklin & Bash," she tweeted, adding that she was "stunned."
Franklin & Bash to return for Season 3
Beauvais, 45, played Hanna Linden, a senior partner at...
Titus Welliver, Reed Diamond
White Collar has snagged The Good Wife's Titus Welliver and 24 vet Reed Diamond for guest-starring roles this coming season, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Welliver, 51, will play Senator Terrence Pratt, a prominent politician with ties to Neal's crooked cop father. Sen. Pratt will do whatever it takes to...
Felicity Huffman, Reed Diamond
Lynette (Felicity Huffman) has been focused on one goal and one goal only since Mike's untimely death earlier this season on Desperate Housewives — winning Tom (Doug Savant) back.
But since cooking his favorite food and waxing nostalgic with him about happier times hasn't done the trick, is she finally ready to...
Buffy the Vampire Slayer creator Joss Whedon has completed a movie he filmed in secret.
On Sunday night, frequent Whedon collaborators Nathan Fillion and Sean Maher tweeted a link to the website for the project, Much Ado About Nothing.
Amy Poehler and Adam Scott
It will be a sad day in TV land if (as Nielsen history suggests) the powerhouse of CBS' The Big Bang Theory helps deliver the abysmal new How to Be a Gentleman a ratings win over NBC's little-show-that-could-do-better Parks and Recreation.
Here's my Fall Preview take on How to Be a Gentleman (CBS, 8:31/7:31c), a misfire that almost makes me miss last year's Bleep My Dad Says, which wasted the same time period: "Felix and Oscar should sue. The overused Odd Couple premise gets one of its more cringeworthy sitcom workouts in the latest assault on the male mystique — caricatured as a squeaky-voiced priss and a bellowing gym-bunny boor. Actually, mankind should sue." To elaborate: David Hornsby plays a metrosexual metropolitan fusspot whose ...
The Mentalist's Patrick Jane is about to get a (perhaps unwanted) blast from the past.
Former Lie to Me and The Practice star Kelli Williams will guest-star on the CBS drama's upcoming fourth season, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. She will play Beth Flint, a woman who once hired Jane (Simon Baker) during his days as a pretend psychic...
Michael Rady has been tapped to succeed Aunjanue Ellis' Madeleine Hightower as the CBI's head honcho on The Mentalist, TVLine.com reports.
The Mentalist exclusive: The CBI recruits Reed Diamond
Rady, whose credits include Greek and the Melrose Place reboot, will play...
Former Homicide: Life on the Street star Reed Diamond has signed on to guest-star on The Mentalist, TVGuide.com has learned.
The Mentalist: Did Patrick Jane really kill Red John?
Diamond will play Ray Haffner, a confident CBI supervising agent who runs a tight ship. As we previously reported, Haffner will lead a group of agents assisting Lisbon (Robin Tunney) and her team with the investigation of a personal trainer's murder. Something tells us the CBI may not be big enough for both teams...
You could get whiplash from the mixed messages being sent by TNT's first combo of the busy summer season.
In the new Franklin & Bash, an aggressively quirky buddy comedy-drama that feels like something excavated out of David E. Kelley's trunk of less inspired ideas, it's all about overgrown boys being boys, and no matter how annoying they get, we're supposed to find them lovable. It's being paired with the back half of the second season of the Peabody-winning Men of a Certain Age, a more mellow and bittersweet drama about the midlife crises of three best buds who've learned the hard way that growing up may not be the easiest thing, but in the long run it's worth it.
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Guess which group of guys I find better...
Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Breckin Meyer
Mark-Paul Gosselaar sure loves playing a lawyer on TNT.
The network has ordered 10 episodes of Franklin and Bash, a legal buddy series starring the Saved by the Bell alum and Breckin Meyer as street-wise lawyers who ...