Franco Nero will guest-star in the Law & Order: SVU season premiere as an Italian dignitary accused of rape, evoking the Dominique Strauss-Kahn arrest, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
A source close to the show told TVGuide.com that the episode was inspired by the DSK case. (But a spokesperson for Wolf Films wants us to be sure to mention that the show is entirely fictional.)
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Gabriel Macht and Patrick J. Adams
USA Network has renewed Suits for a 16-episode second season, the network confirms.
The legal drama stars Gabriel Macht as Harvey, a tough Manhattan attorney who takes a risk by hiring a brilliant college dropout (Patrick J. Adams) as his associate.
Cinemax is prepping to launch a new series from True Blood creator Alan Ball, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Banshee follows an ex-con who poses as a murdered sheriff in a small Pennsylvania Amish town. There he enforces his own kind of justice while developing plans to serve his own ulterior motive.
Jennifer Grey says she's excited that Dirty Dancing is being remade.
"I'm so excited about this news and I think there's nobody better to do this than my beloved Kenny Ortega who is as responsible as anyone for the success of the first one," she said in a statement to The Wall Street Journal. I can't wait to see what he's going to do with it."
Big Easy Justice
Spike TV has ordered four new unscripted series, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
"These shows all share one thing in common: at the heart of each of them is a dynamic personality in a high-stakes, reward vocation," Spike executive Sharon Levy said.
Patrick J. Adams and Gabriel Macht
He's ruthless. He's cunning. He's fearless. But is one of New York City's top closers, Suits' Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht), going soft?
"For Harvey, there's that juggling act of 'Maybe I can be a little bit softer here and there. Maybe I can just ease up on some people,'" Macht tells TVGuide.com. "I find that there are these jabs here and there that Mike throws where Harvey, earlier on, would have been like, 'Get out of my face!' But slowly, we're starting to see that he's actually...
Lawon, Big Brother
Welcome to the latest edition of Big Brother: The Crying Game. Seriously, the tears were a-flowin' as this episode kicked off, thanks to the always dramatic Rachel and the surprising hysterics of Shelly. But luckily, a down-to-the-wire veto competition and the looniest game move in weeks helped the episode turn out OK after all! So, what went down? And which two houseguests are on the chopping block heading into Thursday's eviction? Let's find out...