Martin Starr, Ken Marino
Martin Starr and Ken Marino will reunite with their Party Down co-stars for the upcoming Veronica Mars movie, Rob Thomas announced on Kickstarter.
Starr, who was not in the original series, will join the cast as Lou "Cobb" Cobbler, another '09er returning for the school's 10-year reunion. Marino will reprise his role as private detective Vinnie Van Lowe.
New Girl's Max Greenfield to appear in Veronica Mars movie
"I'm so incredibly excited to work with Rob and Dan and Kristen and Enrico once again!" Starr said in the announcement. "Each one a treasure in a flesh casing."
Marino left his message, via his character, in the video below:
Deputy Leo is back on the beat.
Max Greenfield, who recurred on Veronica Mars for all three seasons, revealed that he will be reprising his role for the cult show's upcoming film.
"I will be there — so will...
Kristen Bell and Ryan Hansen
Ryan Hansen is returning to the Veronica Mars movie as Dick Casablancas, the 09er-turned-Pi Sig frat boy with a heart of gold, Rob Thomas announced Friday.
The B---- is back.
Krysten Ritter, who most-recently starred on ABC's Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23, has signed on for the Veronica Mars film, creator Rob Thomas announced Friday...
Jerrika Hinton, Gaius Charles, Camilla Luddington, Tessa Ferrer
Love them or hate them, the interns of Grey's Anatomy are sticking around.
Camilla Luddington, Gaius Charles, Jerrika Hinton and Tessa Ferrer have been promoted to series regulars in Season 10, TVGuide.com has learned.
Mac is back!
Tina Majorino is reprising her role as Cindy "Mac" Mackenzie for the upcoming Kickstarter-funded Veronica Mars movie, creator Rob Thomas announced Wednesday.
And she's not the only familiar face returning. In an email to fans who donated to the Kickstarter campaign, Thomas also announced that Amanda Noret, Sam Huntington and Daran Norris would be returning as Madison Sinclair, Luke Haldeman and Cliff McCormack, respectively.
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.
Over the years, Grey's Anatomy has seen its fair share of new characters — like a real hospital, there's a revolving door of incoming interns and outgoing residents. Hate them or love them, this season's interns have taken on more prominent roles. We've already shared our, ahem, opinions on the polarizing quintet, but with the ABC medical drama heading towards its ninth season finale, we're reexamining each intern to decide whether they should stick around next season...
This week's Grey's Anatomy featured a harrowing tale of a mother (Sarah Chalke) trying to get her son treatment, even though every time he was diagnosed, it ended up being wrong. The tale was meant to help viewers in case their children were afflicted with the same baffling ailment, Kawasaki Disease — which will hopefully pay off in the long run.
However, it was through this story...
It's intern hour on Grey's Anatomy!
The five newbies are featured this week as they take on procedures on their own, deal with horrific patients and get pulled into the personal lives of the other Seattle Grace doctors. So, which intern's story line was the best? Below, we discuss what the interns had to endure and grade them by which of their stories were most interesting. Disagree with our assessment? You know where the comments are!