ABC's No Ordinary Family is continuing the fun trend of casting familiar TV faces as cool super villains. The latest to sign up as a Powell family foe is 24 and Six Feet Under alum Eric Balfour. Eric will play a death row inmate named Marcus Winnick in two episodes that will likely air in March.
Viewers seem to be responding to NOF's villain-of-the-week stunt casting, which has also included sinister visits from Rick Schroder, Anthony Michael Hall, and most recently...
Office managers Michael Scott and David Brent are finally going to cross paths.
Ricky Gervais — who created the original British series and is an executive producer on the American adaptation — is slated to reprise his role from the British version of The Office on NBC's show, reports Vulture.
Steve Carell to leave The Office before season finale
"It's a little more than if you blink, you'll miss it, but if you don't set your TiVo right, you'll miss it," says show-runner Paul Lieberstein (who also plays Toby).
The scene was shot in September when ...
Starting tonight, crime-fiction king James Ellroy, author of L.A. Confidential, American Tabloid and more, hosts six episodes of a new show about some of the most devilish acts ever to terrorize the city of Angels. As "the demon dog of American literature" guides viewers through crime scenes, we get to know victims, killers and celebrities, and it begins with the family tragedy that sparked his fascination with crime. But no one is more interesting than the writer himself. We asked Ellroy for the cold, hard facts on his new series.
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
It's not a Real Housewives reunion without a blowout or two. And based on the trailer for the upcoming Beverly Hills reunion, some choice words will be exchanged among the ladies.
We gather that Kyle and Camille will go at it again, Kim will shed some tears about the way her sister treats her, Camille is convinced her negative portrayal on the show was a "setup" and Andy Cohen brings up a drinking problem with one of the ladies.
Check it out in the trailer after the jump.
It's good to be dead. Or a vampire. Or a community college student, for that matter. At least that's the case according to the Paley Center for Media, which will pay tribute to The Walking Dead, True Blood, Community and nine other current and past TV shows at its PaleyFest 2011: William S. Paley Television Festival this March at the Saban Theater in Beverly Hills.
Putting out an APB: Blue Bloods is back with new episodes. After reviving Friday-night TV with its solid ratings, the freshman drama about a multi-generational family of New York cops moves to Wednesdays starting tonight. Will Estes, who plays youngest son and rookie cop Jamie Reagan, gives us the lowdown.