The doctor is in!
Lisa Kudrow's lovable therapist Fiona Wallice will dole out more horrible advice when Web Therapy returns for Season 4 on...
As expected, Amelia Shepherd is sticking around Seattle!Caterina Scorsone has been promoted to series regular for Grey's Anatomy's upcoming 11th season, TVGuide.com has learned.Fall TV: Check out all the new showsDuring Season 10, Scorsone reprised her Private Practice role as Amelia Shepherd, the younger sister of....
Rosario Dawson has joined the cast of Netflix's Daredevil series, Marvel announced Friday.
Dawson will play a dedicated young woman determined to heal the wounds of Hell's Kitchen. But when she meets Matt Murdock, she forever alters the course of his battle against injustice.
Cheynene Jackson will guest-star on Royal Pains this season, USA announcedFriday.
The Broadway star will appear on the Aug. 5 episode, entitled "Oh, M.G.," as Sam, the owner of a perfumery in the Hamptons. But when Sam starts to lose his sense of smell, he worries his career is in jeopardy.
Zachary Quinto will appear on at least one episode of Girls next season, Entertainment Weekly reports.
They can handle mysterious islands, criminals, and even the Winchesters, but can they handle zombies?
Syfy announced Thursday that Harold Perrineu (Lost), Tom Everett Scott (Southland), and DJ Qualls (Supernatural) have all joined the cast of Z Nation, a new post-apocalyptic drama from former Eureka producer Karl Schaefer.
Forget vampires and werewolves! It's the witches we should be worried about.
James Marsters and Bianca Lawson have both signed on to appear in Season 2 of Lifetime's supernatural drama Witches of East End, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Michael Vartan is looking for some Satisfaction!
The actor, whose credits include Alias and A&E's Bates Motel, has signed on to recur in USA's provocative new drama about the problems that arise when a marriage reaches its midpoint.
Martin Sheen has joined the cast of Netflix's upcoming comedy series Grace and Frankie, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Back when Beyoncé was still just a child of destiny, Aaliyah was burning up the music charts and lighting up movie screens in films like Romeo Must Die. And now, 13 years after her tragic death in a plane crash at the age of 22, she's finally getting the biopic treatment.
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