Edward James Olmos
TV Guide Magazine has learned exclusively that CSI: NY has cast Edward James Olmos in his first television role since Battlestar Galactica's heroic Admiral William Adama.
In a story about gang turf wars, the actor plays a former gang leader — newly released from prison — who goes head-to-head with Mac Taylor ...
Julianna Margulies, Dallas Roberts
Viewers are quite familiar with Alicia's marriage and children on The Good Wife, but little is known about the litigator's background. Look for that to change when her gay brother, Owen, visits next season and makes his presence felt right away.
"I think [creators and executive producers] Robert and Michelle [King] came up with a very sort of compelling and surprising way to introduce her brother into the world that...
Oscar-nominated actor Elliott Gould will guest-star in the second episode of CSI's upcoming season, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Gould will play an old-school casino mogul who crosses paths with the team when one of his casinos becomes the crime scene. The episode will be particularly important for Catherine (Marg Helgenberger), whose father, Sam Braun, was also a casino boss...
On this episode of Big Brother 12, nominees Andrew and Kathy competed for the power of veto for the chance to save themselves. Meanwhile, the house plotted to back-door Brendon or Rachel, but their plans were complicated by both of them being chosen to also compete in the veto challenge.
Hi guys, I am in Los Angeles this week for the Television Critics Association press tour. The good news: I am taking a tour of the Big Brother house tour while I am here. The bad news: I am unable to post a full recap of last night's events. (I am desperately trying to find a way to recap Thursday's eviction show. Stay tuned.) In the meantime, use the space below to discuss the veto competition and who you think will be going home.
On the surface, The Defenders may seem like just another courtroom drama, but the new CBS series stems from very unusual source material: a documentary.
"The documentary was done by Harry and Joe Gantz, who spent a few months with a pair of Las Vegas real-life attorneys Michael Cristalli and Marc Saggese, who are kind of role models for our series in which we base a lot of the fun of Nick and Pete," executive producer Greg Walker said at the Television Critics Association fall preview.
Originally pitched as a reality series, The Defenders was...
Even William Shatner thinks calling his show Bleep My Dad Says is a bad idea.
"You know what I wish? I wish they'd call it 'Sh--,'" Shatner said of his upcoming CBS sitcom $#*! My Dad Says during Wednesday's fall TV previews. The network is referring to the show with the more family-friendly moniker "Bleep My Dad Says."
"The word sh-- is all around us," he continued.