Following in the footsteps of former senator Fred Thompson and Sam Waterston, Peter Coyote steps into the lead district attorney role when Law & Order: Los Angeles premieres Wednesday. According to the 68-year-old character actor, it did not take much to convince him to join the show. "When [series creator] Dick Wolf called me to do this, he just ran down the cast list," Coyote says. "I said yes; I mean how can you turn this crew down?"
In this video, Coyote talks about...
Television has become more gay-friendly, led by True Blood, which boasts the most gay characters on a series, according to GLAAD's 2010 Where We Are On TV report.
MTV, CW top GLAAD's gay-friendly programming index; CBS fails again
The HBO vampire smash was named the most inclusive program for featuring six regular and recurring lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered characters. HBO also leads cable networks with 10 LGBT characters, bumping the overall cable total to 35 characters ...
TV Guide Letter Theater
Cheers to TV Guide Letter Theater for bringing our reader's words to life.
TV Guide Magazine loves to hear what our readers think. So do Scott Chernoff and Alison Flierl, two Conan O'Brien staffers who have started their own hilarious Web series, TV Guide Letter Theater. Alison and Scott dramatize the best missives to the magazine, like one reader's promise to ...
Get ready to be Scared Shrekless on October 28, when NBC presents the green ogre's Halloween follow-up to 2007's Shrek the Halls. The half-hour episode is made up of three vignettes, much like The Simpsons' annual "Treehouse of Horror."
The story begins when ...
The most radical departure in NBC's Law & Order: Los Angeles (Wednesday, 10/9c) isn't the new location, but the lack of a portentous "these are their stories" intro. It's not the only thing that has been lost in the transition.
The pilot episode (which includes a brief glimpse of Wanda de Jesus as the police lieutenant, replaced afterward by ...
Law & Order: Los Angeles
At first glance, the set of the latest Law & Order, looks familiar. Binders are marked "homicides" and "robberies." But, there are detailed city maps — of Los Angeles. Upon closer view, there's a Dodgers cap. Outside the window lie the ever bustling 101 and 110 freeways.
It doesn't look like we're in New York anymore...
The Behavioral Analysis Unit on Criminal Minds has always prided itself on being a family, but on Wednesday, the family will lose one member: agent Jennifer "JJ" Jareau (A.J. Cook).
Cook's contract was not renewed by CBS in June, and the actress — who, with the exception of the pilot, has been a regular since the first season — will bid adieu to her BAU crew in...
Matt Czuchry and Julianna Margulies
In the Season 2 premiere of The Good Wife, Alicia finally makes a decision between Peter and Will. Will she choose to support her husband during his bid to return to the state's attorney office? Will she risk it all to take a chance with Will (and he will be able to show her the plan)?
Meanwhile, Diane and Will welcome a third partner after Lockhart & Gardner merges with another firm...
Emily Deschanel, George Eads, Laura Innes
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What's this I hear about Brennan solving her own murder on Bones? — Maggie
ADAM: Well, Brennan obviously isn't the corpse, but her resemblance to the victim is uncanny. Executive producer Stephen Nathan says the experience will be educational for Bones. "Brennan gets to look at herself objectively, which is something she's never really been able to do," he says. "She sees herself in a new light, and that obviously will change her character to a certain extent."
So many answers on The Event this week! I can't help but think they're pulling a fast one on us. Have any scoop? — Martin
MICKEY: Go with your gut. We'll soon find out that at least one of the most fundamental parts of The Event's narrative is...