USA has canceled legal dramedy Fairly Legal after two seasons, Deadline reports.
The cancellation comes a day after USA also killed buddy cop comedy Common Law. Fairly Legal, which premiered in January 2011, starred Sarah Shahi (Life) as a successful mediator who must work for...
Fairly Legal star Sarah Shahi will soon be heating things up on NBC's Chicago Fire. The actress has signed on to appear in at least five episodes of the Dick Wolf-produced drama....
Cheers to Virginia Williams for letting her hair down — literally and figuratively — on Fairly Legal.
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The How I Met Your Mother alum spent Season 1 of USA's quirky dramedy emanating a...
The latest dazzling nature epic from the good folks at Discovery will chill you in all the right ways. The team of producers from Discovery and the BBC Natural History Unit, responsible for the sumptuous breakout hits Planet Earth and Life, are now introducing armchair travelers to Frozen Planet (Sunday, 8/7c), an endlessly fascinating seven-part foray into the most remote and unforgiving regions of the Arctic and Antarctic.
When Fairly Legal returns for Season 2 on Friday (9/8c on USA), it will be a different world for Kate Reed, star Sarah Shahi tells TVGuide.com.
"The things she found most comfortable in life: Justin, her boat, some of her work, we've pulled that out from underneath from her," Shahi says. "She doesn't have a security blanket anymore. She's being forced to become an adult a...
Mary McCormack, Frederick Weller
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Question: Just wondering about Terra Nova and the rumors that they'll be shopping it around to another network. It took them pretty much forever to get the first season prepared, I'm assuming because of the special effects. If they wind up on another network, that probably means a smaller budget, faster production, fewer dinosaurs, more focus on the people, character-driven stories, etc. Right? Sounds entertaining to me. (I do confess, though Terra Nova struck me as a bit of a mess in some ways, I was looking forward to seeing how the story played out.)
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The final season of In Plain Sight will premiere in March, USA announced Wednesday.
The Mary McCormack-led series will kick off its fifth and final season on Friday, March 16 at 10/9c. In Plain Sight will follow Fairly Legal, which debuts its second season at...
Barry Shabaka Henley
FlashForward and Heroes alum Barry Shabaka Henley will guest-star on USA Network's Fairly Legal, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Henley, who played Detective Fuller on Heroes, joins as FBI Agent Donovan, a seasoned agent who isn't afraid to play rough.
Fairly Legal: Ryan Johnson lawyers up as new series regular
Court is in session for Ryan Johnson, who has joined the cast of Fairly Legal's upcoming second season, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Johnson will play Ben Grogan, a sharp trial attorney whose star is on the rise. Ben is good at bringing in the big bucks ( he's known around town for his bus ads) and sees no problem in putting his own financial gain above doing what's right. Ben also has no qualms...
Jill Flint, Peter Gallagher
How did Africa change Jill on Royal Pains? Will Kate and Justin reunite on Fairly Legal? TVGuide.com got the scoop Monday on USA Network's blue carpet from Pain's Jill Flint and Fairly Legal's Sarah Shahi. Plus, Covert Affairs' Peter Gallagher reveals what's ahead for Arthur and Joan, while the stars Necessary Roughness and Suits preview their new shows.
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Royal Pains: Expect a lot of changes for many of the characters. Jill Flint says that her character Jill will be a brand new woman when she returns from Africa. "You're talking about someone who...