Superstars of Dance hosts Michael Flatley and Susie Castillo
Starting Sunday, January 4, at 9 pm/ET, NBC's Superstars of Dance - exec-produced by So You Think You Can Dance boss Nigel Lythgoe and hosted by Michael "Lord of the Dance" Flatley and Susie Castillo - will pit stellar shufflers from eight countries against each other in a competition described as "equal parts sporting event, rock concert and artistic exhibition."
In addition to fielding two soloists, a duo and one group, each country will furnish a coach and a judge to serve on a multinational panel. We got a first look at who's representing for each team. Review the line-up after the jump.
The doctor is in. Dr. Elizabeth Corday, that is.
Over the holidays, an airdate was set for Alex Kingston's return to ER as Dr. Mark Greene's widow.
Kingston, whose original ER run spanned seven seasons (from 1997 to 2004), will resurface ...
Lauren Velez, aka Lt. Maria Laguerta on Showtime's Dexter, will appear on ABC's Ugly Betty later this season in a multi-episode story arc, says the Reporter.
Though details on her role are few, Velez will play ...
Now playing in this week's Mitovich Mega Minute:
• I've got preview for NCIS' fall 2009 season premiere. You read that right — fall 2009.
• How will a Supernatural star's new gig affect his role on the spook-tacular CW series?
• Will 90210er Jessica Stroup perform double duty on Reaper?
Check out the new MMM, after the jump.
Jodi Lyn O'Keefe, Prison Break
Warning: The following Q&A contains spoiler information from the Dec. 22 midseason finale of Prison Break.
Has Gretchen committed her last double cross? For now, yes. Jodi Lyn O'Keefe's season-and-a-half Prison Break run came to a close this week when the former Company operative took a bullet in the belly and got carted away by EMTs, never to be seen again — this season, at least. TVGuide.com spoke with O'Keefe about her admirably extended stint on the Fox series where, like 24, nobody is ever truly safe.
TVGuide.com: You made it pretty far; 28 episodes is pretty impressive on this show.
Jodi Lyn O'Keefe: To be a bad guy, yeah.
TVGuide.com: And to be a female.
O'Keefe: That's also true. I'll give myself extra credit for that!
TVGuide.com: Are you happy that they kept Gretchen alive? Do you think it was for a reason?
O'Keefe: Yeah, I do. At the beginning of the year it was touch-and-go. There even was an article about how ...
Watch your backs, Nancy Botwin and Walter White. There's another parent-turned-felon coming to town.
HBO has signed ER alum turned indie queen Maria Bello to develop and star in a new series from scribe Gary Lennon (The Shield, The Unusuals).
The as-yet-untitled drama will star Bello as a mother of three teenage boys who turns to a life of crime ...
Where in the world is Susan Ward?
The brunette beauty who launched her acting career playing plucky heroine Meg Cummings on the NBC sudser Sunset Beach has been somewhat MIA after enjoying a string of roles in such big-screen fare as Shallow Hal and The In Crowd, and the made-for-DVD Wild Things 2.
Well, Ward is hopefully on her way back to series television ...
And the slim hopes of Pushing Daisies fans wilt just a bit more.
David E. Kelley has plucked Kristin Chenoweth to co-star in Legally Mad, the Boston Legal creator's new series for NBC.
A quirky legal drama (get out!) revolving around a woman who takes a job at her father's Chicago law firm, Legally Mad finds Chenoweth playing ...
Daniel Eric Gold
Ugly Betty has a crush, but that doesn't mean there isn't room for a new love interest.
Daniel Eric Gold may be arriving as fresh blood for America Ferrera's Betty, who takes a shine to him after they meet at YETI (Young Editors' Training Institute). Gold's aspiring wordsmith may be harboring a big secret that could have major impact on... More, after the jump.
While Veronica Mars reunion rumors continue to surface every now again, Rob Thomas has been quietly putting together his latest production, Party Down — and he just assembled his guest list.
The Mars creator's new show will focus on six aspiring stars who work together at an L.A. catering company, where the weekly events and antics chart the course of the wannabes' fading dreams.
To serve up the food (and the laughs), Thomas has drawn from the Mars pool and beyond, creating a roster that includes