Netflix gets into the original kids business on Christmas Eve with Turbo FAST, a new TV series from DreamWorks Animation. The series, based on the feature film Turbo, will launch exclusively in all Netflix territories on Dec. 24 at 12:01 a.m./PT, the streaming TV service announced Tuesday.
Ben Feldman and Michelle Mulitz
Mad Men star Ben Feldman married his girlfriend Michelle Mulitz on Saturday, People reports.
Michael Cudlitz, Gerald McRaney
Without question, the hour of TV I have been most anticipating — and dreading — this week is the season, and for all we know, series finale of TNT's remarkable, brutal, bleak yet gripping cop drama Southland (Wednesday, 10/9c). Anticipating because each week, this series somehow raises the dramatic stakes for its characters, in a grueling but rewarding tour of duty through the socio-ethnic sprawl of Los Angeles. Dreading because Southland has almost always lived on the verge of ratings extinction, from the time TNT rescued the show after NBC dumped it before its second season could even premiere, and I fear (as do many) that this fifth season could very likely be its last hurrah. (Several of its stars have signed up for new work during this pilot season, perhaps seeing the writing on the wall.)
For Julia Louis-Dreyfus, playing U.S. Vice President Selina Meyer in HBO's new sitcom Veep feels like a homecoming. "I'm familiar with the culture of Washington because I grew up there," says the graduate of the tony D.C. private school Holton-Arms. "[First Daughter] Susan Ford and her Secret Service went to my high school, and Amy Carter went to my sister's. So I know that area."
The future may not be so bright for Detroit. At least not in Motorcity, a new animated series Disney XD is launching later this month. The premise: In a futuristic Detroit, about 50 years from now, the evil billionaire Abraham Kane has taken control and outlawed basic freedoms, including automobiles. A group of young rebels who call themselves The Burners are fighting back to protect their subterranean refuge, Motorcity. They build their own fleet of ...
Jeers to TBS for burying one of TV's most enjoyable sitcoms, My Boys.
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The "Very Funny" cable network burned off the whopping nine-episode season of its sly charmer about Chicago sportswriter PJ (Jordana Spiro) and her pals on Sundays opposite such sky-high-profile cable competition as Keeping Up with the Kardashians and Mad Men — whose costar Joel Murray, aka rehabbed alky Freddy Rumsen, guested on Boys as the owner who sold the gang's hangout, Crowley's, to Brando (Reid Scott) in the season finale.
Too much of a good thing? Not if we're talking about Reid Scott, who's bringing his good looks and charm to three different TV shows this summer. Here, the 32-year-old actor breaks down his roles...
Liam Neeson will guest-star on Showtime's upcoming series The Big C, the network announced Monday.
The actor will play a character named "Bee Man," who Cathy (Laura Linney) sees about alternative cancer treatments. Neeson joins Cynthia Nixon, Idris Elba and My Boys' Reid Scott as guest stars in the first season.
Cynthia Nixon to take on The Big C with four-episode arc
The Big C follows Cathy, a schoolteacher and suburban mother who tries ...
My Boys star Reid Scott has landed a recurring role on Showtime's The Big C, a show rep tells TVGuide.com.
The 32-year-old actor will play ...
Elizabeth Reaser with Eric Winter
While Elizabeth Reaser and her femme pals provide plenty of eye candy for passerby male viewer, The Ex List's most eye-catching calling card may come in the form of the fellas it trots out.
Reaser gave TVGuide.com a sneak peek at the faces – some handsome, some cute, one who's McTreemy, and maybe even one female – to cross paths again with Bella. Plus: What did the future hold for Grey's Anatomy's Alex and Ava, had Reaser not scored her own show?
Read on for our complete interview!