Liev Schreiber realizes it's ironic that he's chosen to meet for lunch at a downtown Manhattan café called the Smile. "Ray Donovan doesn't smile — it's not my fault!" he says with a laugh. "[Showtime president] David Nevins said to me, 'Could you maybe find a place to smile?' 'I had no idea I had permission. You want me to? I'll smile!' So you'll notice a bit more smiling."
The 45-year-old actor certainly has reason to grin these days:
Liev Schreiber is joking that he could use a Ray Donovan right about now. The title character Schreiber plays on Showtime's new drama is a fixer for the Los Angeles elite — the guy you call when your agent, lawyer, manager, publicist, Pilates instructor and raw-food chef can't help you with a crisis. A high-priced-hooker habit? A taste for drugs? A gorgeous corpse in the bathtub? That's when Ray steps in with a plan.
Rosanna Arquette will guest-star on Private Practice, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Watch full episodes of Private Practice
The 50-year-old actress — who appeared on another Shonda Rhimes program, Grey's Anatomy, as an inmate who jeopardized her health to evade solitary confinement — will be playing...
On a steamy summer night in LA stars from across the entertainment spectrum piled into UCLAs basketball auditorium to celebrate pure rock and roll From David Duchovny to Rainn Wilson the Foo Fighters to the Flaming Lips stars literally aligned for the taping of VH1s third annual Rock Honors which this year celebrates UK legends The WhoThe show which airs Thursday July 17 9 pmET is not only a way for VH1 to get back to its roots read pre-celebreality but is also an edgy rock-u-cation Opening with grainy documentary-style interviews about just who The Who are the special introduces the band and their legend status to viewers through the eyes of some of the artists who love them Sandwiched between the slick segments though are the heart and soul of the event Passionate tribute performances from the Foo the Flaming Lips Incubus Pearl Jam not to mention a few other surprises and the honorees themselves Joining the artists to both present d
The last time they performed together was as kids in their parents' living room, but Patricia and Rosanna Arquette will finally reprise their act on the April 7 episode of Medium (Monday at 10 pm/ET, NBC) — albeit their roles are slightly different this time.
Rosanna guest-stars as a femme fatale in a murder case Patricia's visionary Allison DuBois character is investigating. "This episode is about this black-widow woman who's seducing men and killing them," reveals Patricia, who has been trying to convince her older sister to appear on Medium for four years. "It's fun because our killers aren't usually women."
Says Rosanna, "When [executive producer] Glenn Caron called, I was like, 'Ooh, I'd like to be a killer! A lady ki