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TNT Orders Legends from Homeland Producers

Sean Bean

TNT has ordered 10 episodes of the drama Legends starring Game of Thrones alum Sean Bean, the network announced on Wednesday.

Based on the a book by the same name by Robert Littell, Legends is about an undercover agent named Martin Odum (Bean) who works for the FBI's Deep Cover Operations division. Martin can transform himself into a completely different person for each job, but starts to question his own identity when a stranger suggests that he isn't the man he believes himself to be. read more

Former Iron Maiden Drummer Clive Burr Dies at 56

Clive Burr

Former Iron Maiden drummer Clive Burr has died after a long struggle with multiple sclerosis, the band announced on their official website Wednesday.

Burr "died peacefully in his sleep at home," according to the announcement. "This is terribly sad news. Clive was a... read more

Awake: Why Is There a Penguin in Britten's House!?

Jason Isaacs

How long can Michael Britten live in two realities?

More and more that's becoming the question at the center of NBC's Awake. After Britten (Jason Isaacs) agreed to move with his wife Hannah (Laura Allen) to Oregon — a move encouraged by his therapists as a sign of progress — he received a haunting phone call from the serial killer he was chasing that urged him to not let go of his dual-reality gift.

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Thursday TV in Review: Awake Dreams On, and HBO's Oscar-Winning Saving Face

Awake

When a new show comes along that blows you away with its risk-taking originality, like NBC's haunting Awake (see my review of the pilot episode here), it's almost inevitable that one of the first ...
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B.D. Wong: I'm Not Returning to Law & Order: SVU

B.D. Wong

B.D. Wong has confirmed his exit from NBC's Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.

"I actually do not return for season 13 of @nbcsvu #SVU! I am jumping to @nbcAwake #Awake! It's awesome!" he tweeted on Sunday.

Stephanie March, Diane Neal returning to Law & Order: SVU for Season 13

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NBC Picks Up Playboy, Grimm and Awake to Series, Renews Parenthood

Jason Isaacs, Amber Heard

NBC has ordered new dramas The Playboy Club, Grimm and Awake for the network's 2011-12 fall lineup. They join this week's earlier pick-ups, which include a comedy starring Christina Applegate and a musical from executive producer Steven Spielberg.

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Cherry Jones Joins NBC's REM Pilot

Cherry Jones

Cherry Jones has joined the cast of NBC's REM pilot, TVGuide.com has confirmed.

Stay up to date with the latest pilot castings here

The series stars Jason Isaacs as Mark Britton, a police detective who's involved in a traumatic car accident and wakes up in two fractured realities. Jones, 54, will play... read more

Two Practice Alums Book Guest Spots on David E. Kelley’s New Series

Camryn Manheim and Steve Harris, The Practice

Former Practice stars Camryn Manheim and Steve Harris will reunite with series creator David E. Kelley, TVLine reports.

Manheim and Harris both will guest-star on Kelley's latest legal series, Harry's Law. It stars Kathy Bates as a recently fired attorney who... read more

Cheers & Jeers: Steve Harris Lights up Friday Night

Steve Harris

Cheers to Friday Night Lights for putting a spotlight on Steve Harris.

The Emmy-nominated actor has been largely invisible on the small screen since wrapping his run as lawyer Eugene Young on The Practice in 2004. He's quietly reemerged on the superlative fourth season of FNL as Vernon Merriweather... read more

Fall 2007: NBC's Bionic Woman Is a Brit

Meaning she's, what, a £3 million woman? Here's more on that and other casting bits for the new pilot season, courtesy of Variety and the Hollywood Reporter:• After eyeing some faces better known to the U.S. audience, NBC tapped Michelle Ryan (of the BBC's EastEnders) to play Jamie Sommers in its revisiting of The Bionic Woman.• Jimmy Smits has landed the lead in CBS' untitled drama centered on a Latin American family in the rum business.• The Practice's Steve Harris will play an imposing but physically unfit veteran cop in CBS' Protect and Serve. • Matt Lanter (aka Heroes' Brody) is an undercover narc posing as a high schooler in ABC's Judy's Got a Gun.Also, NBC has pushed production on Kath & Kim to summer, but says the show is still in the running for the fall. read more

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