After being on the bubble for the second year in a row, CSI: NY ended its last season celebrating the team as one big, happy family.
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Now that the show has once again been saved from cancellation, the producers want to continue to celebrate the show's characters by offering the audience peeks into their private lives throughout the season. "We'll take characters home," executive producer Pam Veasey tells TVGuide.com....
The Whole Truth
ABC has pulled The Whole Truth off its schedule, a network rep confirmed Monday.
The move effectively cancels the Wednesday-night legal drama starring Maura Tierney and Rob Morrow, which drew just 3.65 million viewers for its most recent airing. The series will be replaced immediately by...
Order in the court! The Whole Truth's Rob Morrow recently visited TV Guide Magazine's Cubicle Confessions to share the unconventional way he prepared for his new role as a lawyer, discuss the worst job he's ever had and reveal if he'll return to HBO's Entourage next season. Check out the exclusive video after the jump!
The Whole Truth
Despite appearances, ABC's The Whole Truth is not just another lawyer show, says executive producer Tom Donaghy.
"It differs [in] its very form," he says. Whereas other courtroom dramas have focused on either the prosecution or the defense, "our show offers both perspectives. To my knowledge, that hasn't been done before."
The Whole Truth is taking aim at cougars.
Annabella Sciorra, who played Tony's crazy mistress on The Sopranos, will guest-star in ABC's new legal drama as...
Wait and see. That's a fairly typical approach to the fall TV season this time of year, as pilots are being tweaked and strategies put in place to launch a new crop of shows.
But for ABC, rocked in the last few days by the abrupt resignation of its entertainment president Steve McPherson, a wait-and-see attitude permeated the network's entire Sunday presentation on the TCA circuit.
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There was no official elaboration on ...
When Maura Tierney makes her return to TV, it will be in a role tailor-made for her.
The 45-year-old actress, who last season dropped out of NBC's Parenthood to undergo breast cancer treatment, recently replaced Joely Richardson on ABC's upcoming legal drama The Whole Truth. But even though she's the second actress to get the part, she was the first person creator and executive producer Tom Donaghy wanted for the role.
Maura Tierney finds The Whole Truth at ABC
"I'd been seeing a lot of female characters on television that weren't strong in the way that ... women can be strong and also feminine," Donaghy said at the Television Critics Association's fall TV previews. "I knew Maura had the elegance and ... wit. So, I wrote it with her talents in mind, never thinking she would be available."
Although Tierney joked that her ego led her to take on the role, she was somewhat reserved in discussing her health...
Less than a year after dropping out of Parenthood to undergo treatment for breast cancer, Maura Tierney is returning to TV with a starring role on the upcoming ABC drama The Whole Truth, Entertainment Weekly reports.
The 45-year-old actress, now in remission, replaces Joely Richardson, who dropped out of the project to...
David Krumholtz, Vanessa Britting
Numb3rs star David Krumholtz and actress Vanessa Britting have gotten married, according to People.
CBS cancels seven series, including Ghost Whisperer, Numb3rs and Cold Case
The couple, who were engaged in July 2008 in Paris, had a non-denominational ceremony in front of 180 guests Saturday at New York's Plaza Hotel.
Groomsmen included ...
Matthew Perry and Michael Imperioli are among the stars returning to TV as ABC picked up six more new series this fall, Variety reports.
Friends star Perry will return to the small screen in Mr. Sunshine, a comedy about a sports arena manager facing 40. Perry will executive-produce the series, which co-stars...