Toy Story lives on!
In October, ABC will air Toy Story of Terror, a 30-minute special that reunites the original voice cast from the Toy Story franchise, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
From Pixar, Toy Story of Terror follows the adventures of the toys post-Toy Story 3, in which a fun road trip takes a very unexpected turn. "Bonnie is on a road trip to go see grandma with her mom and the toys are in the trunk," executive producer Galyn Susman says. "Mom gets a flat tire and they have to spend the night at a motel and all kinds of chaos ensues."
On The Good Wife, Alicia (Julianna Margulies) has lamented many a time about not having many female friends after her fallout with Kalinda (Archie Panjabi). Now, one of her law school friends is coming back into her life, but it may not be good news.
In new photos from the March 10 episode (Sundays at 9/8c on CBS), Private Practice's Audra McDonald guest-stars as a former Georgetown classmate, Liz, against whom Alicia must....
Blair Waldorf's big day has finally arrived! But who's she marrying... or not marrying? We won't spoil that surprise (and let's be honest, these days it could be anyone — Louis, Dan, Chuck...), but we can share a few fun tidbits from Gossip Girl's milestone 100th episode (Monday at 8/7c on The CW).
Final details have trickled in regarding Gossip Girl's guest-casting of Wallace Shawn.The Princess Bride's utterly inept villain will play the father of Serena's new beau, Aaron (Vanished's John Patrick Amedori), as originally reported by EW's Ausiello. It has since been confirmed that Shawn's character, in keeping with the Gossip Girl books, will also emerge as a love interest for Blair's mother, Eleanor.We've also nailed down Shawn's first air date: His multiple-episode arc kicks off in the heat of sweeps, on Nov. 11. Matt Mitovich
He may be best known for his portrayal of Vizzini in The Princess Bride, but the truth is that any time there's a successful television show featuring gorgeous women, you can expect to see character actor Wallace Shawn making a brief but memorable guest appearance. From Sex and the City and Desperate Housewives, Shawn now makes the leap to The L Word (Sunday at 9 pm/ET, Showtime) for a four-episode arc, playing William Halsey, the financier of Jenny's fictional film. Shawn chatted with TVGuide.com about being the only guy on-set and why he loves the controversial drama.
TVGuide.com: Who is your character?Wallace Shawn: Well, that depends on who you ask. Actors are advocates for their characters, like lawyers, so I would say that I think he was in love with young Jenny and he wanted to change his life and go fr