All My Children, Cameron Mathison
The online home that will air new episodes of All My Children and One Life to Live finally has a name: The Online Network.
The Online Network, or TOLN (how long was this brainstorming session?), will launch in January with first-run entertainment and lifestyle shows, Prospect Park, the company that acquired ...
Sounds like actress Larisa Oleynik may not be long for Hawaii Five-0. After being touted at the end of last season as a possible fifth member of the team, Larisa's role has been majorly downgraded as new regular characters, including Terry O'Quinn (Lt. Joe White) and Lauren German (Lori), pick up the slack.
It's not easy risking personal humiliation on national television. Just ask Nancy Grace, the pit bull-like former prosecutor who is struggling to get into her Dancing With the Stars groove. "I was an emotional wreck this week, trying to dance," Grace said moments after her performance of the quick step. She was also still reeling from the low score (a 16) given to her first dance last week, for the cha cha. "I worked my fingers to the bone. We had practiced the cha cha so much, but then I didn't deliver on the dance floor."
Former child star Barry Livingston, who played Ernie, the youngest of Fred MacMurray's boys on My Three Sons, has been cast on the October 31episode of ABC's Castle, titled "Cops and Robbers." Barry, now 57, will play Abe, an unsuspecting bank customer who his held hostage in a vault along with Castle (Natha Fillion) and his mother, Martha (Susan Sullivan), during a botched bank robbery.
Arguably the season's most anticipated new drama, Terra Nova debuted last night in a much-promo'd "epic" opener and there is just so much to say about it. Effects-filled. Expensive. And maybe a little "eh"?
Sounds like Lost vet Terry O'Quinn has been enjoying his return to island living in his recurring role as a Navy SEAL working alongside Steve McGarrett (Alex O'Loughlin) on Hawaii Five-0.
A week ago, most critics couldn't stop gushing over how adorable (or "adork-able") Zooey Deschanel is as Fox's delightful New Girl, and judging from last Tuesday's opening-night ratings, which actually improved over its Glee lead-in, the TV audience would seem to agree. They won't be disappointed in tonight's charmer of a second outing (9:01/8:01c). What struck me as I previewed the episode is that as easy as it is to fall for Zooey's pixie-ish pizzazz as Jess, it would hardly matter if it weren't for her invaluable back-up crew of supporting players.