The doctor is in!
Lisa Kudrow's lovable therapist Fiona Wallice will dole out more horrible advice when Web Therapy returns for Season 4 on...
Victor Garber and Sonya Walger have joined the cast of Power, Starz's new drama series from executive producer Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson, TVGuide.com has learned.
Created by The Good Wife's Courtney Kemp Agboh, Power chronicles the life of James "Ghost" St. Patrick (Omari Hardwick), a New York City nightclub owner who also runs a prosperous drug network. Unfortunately, when he tries to leave his criminal ways behind him, his marriage, family and business all come under threat.
Starz orders new drama from 50 Cent
Nicole Beharie, John Noble
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Sleepy Hollow's season finale. Read at your own risk!]
Sleepy Hollow's season finale was full of betrayal, but in the most unlikely places.
The finale finds Abbie (Nicole Beharie) and Ichabod (Tom Mison) at odds when she believes he'll be unable to sacrifice his wife Katrina (Katia Winter) for the greater good. Finding a secret message from George Washington within his Bible, Ichabod and Abbie set out to...
Nicole Beharie and Tom Mison
The end is nigh for Sleepy Hollow's first season. And it looks extremely...busy. It's a stinging-cold December morning at Wilmington, North Carolina's EUE/Screen Gems Studios. In the nearby woods, a stuntwoman wearing a low-cut, corseted frock is being pulled through the air on a thick cord and dropped nose-first onto a safety mat. "Can she be yanked even harder?" director Ken Olin (thirtysomething) asks the crew member at the other end of the rope. Yes, she certainly can. Yards away...
Spy daddy is now also ... sleepy daddy?
Victor Garber, best known for playing Sydney's dad on Alias, has been cast as the father of Ichabod (Tom Mison) on Sleepy Hollow, TVLine reports.
The Emmy nominee will appear in at least one episode of...
Josh Charles and Julianna Margulies
Can't they all just get along? Perish the thought.
Few spectacles are more exciting and satisfying than watching a great series reinvent itself with bold strokes and high drama. In its five seasons, CBS's The Good Wife has never played it safe in boardroom, courtroom or bedroom — but nothing could have prepared us for just how explosively entertaining the war within Lockhart/Gardner was going to be.
Somebody get Victor Garber a gavel.
The actor is heading to The Good Wife, where he'll play a strict judge who's forced to handle a "madhouse" in his courtroom, according to the show's Twitter feed.
What isn't going wrong in the life of Fiona Wallice? The wildly unethical Web Therapy shrink — played by Lisa Kudrow — is simultaneously dealing with a gay husband (Victor Garber), a straying boyfriend (Alan Cumming) and a mean-ass mom (Lily Tomlin) who started a rival business called Net Therapy and is now making a global killing. Plus, there's an unauthorized, scandalously unflattering musical based on Fiona's life that's heading for Broadway. But there's some good news when the Showtime improv series returns Tuesday, July 23 for Season 3 (11/10c).
Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc
This week, the Internet treated us to another montage of Aaron Sorkin's most frequently used lines of dialogue ahead of Sunday's Season 2 premiere of The Newsroom, and a separate supercut compiled all the references to coffee and pie in Twin Peaks. Bryan Cranston gave fans a chance to go to the Los Angeles premiere of Breaking Bad next month with him and the rest of the cast, while Zach Braff helped a fan propose to his girlfriend. CollegeHumor released its first movie, Coffee Town, and the three women who were held captive in Cleveland for more than a decade spoke out for the first time. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Edward Bowers is no saint on NBC's Deception, and even Tate Donovan, who plays the surly CFO, admits as much. But is he capable of murdering his own sister?