The Good Wife has cast Lie to Me alum Tim Guinee in a possible recurring role, a show rep confirms.
Guinee, 47, will play an investigator working for the State's Attorney's Office who helps out...
After a five-year absence from TV, Matt LeBlanc is back.
The 43-year-old actor stars as a version of himself in the upcoming Showtime comedy Episodes, which follows a British couple as they adapt their hit TV show about a boys' boarding school for American audiences.
Their troubles begin when the network executives ask them to cast LeBlanc, who played the handsome and oafish struggling actor Joey Tribbiani on Friends.
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In the show's official trailer, there are endless nods to Friends; thankfully, even the fictional LeBlanc tries to duck...
Tina Fey mercilessly mocked Sarah Palin while accepting the Mark Twain Award for comedy, but viewers who watched the ceremony on PBS didn't hear any of it.
When the 30 Rock star accepted the award last week in Washington, she gave a shout-out to "conservative women" like Sarah Palin, who Fey famously impersonated on Saturday Night Live. "Politics aside, the success of Sarah Palin and women like her is good for all women — except, of course those who will...
Noted publicist Ronni Chasen died after being shot several times and crashing her vehicle into a light pole in Beverly Hills, Calif., early Tuesday morning, authorities said.
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While police have not yet named the victim officially, the coroner's office spokesman Ed Winter identified Chasen to TVGuide.com.
Authorities released a statement saying that the victim ...
Throughout the third season of TNT's Leverage, Nate (Timothy Hutton) and his team have been on the heels of supervillain Damien Moreau, a ruthless financier of all things criminal. For the December 19 two-part finale, they finally come face-to-face with their nemesis, played by former ER star Goran Visnjic.
"He's the guy who never killed somebody with his own hands, but he's probably responsible for thousands of deaths worldwide," says Visnjic, who initially was hesitant to play a bad guy. But after watching episodes of the crime caper, he quickly changed his mind....
Jeers to How I Met Your Mother for milking a gag past its sell-by date.
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The third appearance of "Robin Sparkles" — the Canadian-TV persona of Cobie Smulders' Robin Scherbatsky — was far from the charm. This time, the gang discovered an episode of Space Teens, a mathe-magical mystery that paired her with Jessica Glitter (Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger). The joke? An atypically dim Robin didn't realize the show played like a porno, with tired double entendres aboot — er, about — beavers and wood...
Memphis Beat's Jason Lee brings some '80s glam into the lives of the Chance family on the November 30 episode of Fox's Raising Hope. He plays musician Smokey Floyd, who headlines the local market's "Grocery-Palooza" concert, much to the thrill of Burt (Garret Dillahunt).
"Jason plays this sort of aging, falling-apart, former hair-band lead singer," says Martha Plimpton. "He comes to town to help rescue my husband, who's always wanted to play in a band."
Lee, who's reteaming with Hope creator Greg Garcia (who also created Lee's 2005—2009 sitcom My Name Is Earl), spent hours in the makeup chair...
Bristol Palin, Mark Ballas
It's a shame the cameras weren't trained on the Dancing With the Stars judges for the beginning of Bristol Palin's paso doble last night. Because you would've seen all three of them, jaws dropped, astonished. "I never thought I would see this!" raved judge Bruno Tonioli after her performance. "The little lamb is turning into a tigress!"
The truth is, the girl who comes across as reserved and shy has a lot more bite than viewers realize...
Wow, is Juliet the Upper East Side's answer to The O.C.'s Oliver?
Not since the self-punching psychopath who obsessed over Marisa and heralded the beginning of the end for Fox's sudser has their been such vehemence surrounding an interloper among the pretty-young-things set. Fittingly, both Oliver and Juliet — played deliciously by Katie Cassidy, who so needs to headline the upcoming Charlie's Angels TV reboot — are the creations of showrunners Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage. Only this time, unlike Oliver, who just sucked, Juliet has become the character we both bitch about and kind of crush on.
And we're not the only ones feeling the love-hate...