The Good Wife
If you think you've seen The Good Wife, think again. When the critically acclaimed show returns this fall, Alicia (Julianna Margulies) may not be quite that "good" any more.
The promo declares...
Cameron, Ryan Murphy
A renewal is not yet official, but The Glee Project executive producer Michael Davies says he's already gearing up.
"Talks have begun. A lot of the planning is starting to happen," Davies said Tuesday during Oxygen's fall TV preview. "No, it's not official, but given the ratings growth" and success on multiple platforms — Oxygen, Hulu, VOD, etc. -- "I feel incredibly confident that we're coming back," he said.
Everything you knew about Glee's future is wrong
Davies said budget talks are already underway and producers are considering possible tweaks to...
Looks like Sarah Braverman is going to be in quite the love triangle on Parenthood.
John Corbett will return to the NBC drama as Seth, the recovering alcoholic ex-husband of Sarah (Lauren Graham), a show rep confirms.
His return will overlap with that of Mark (Jason Ritter), Sarah's former beau (and Amber's old English teacher). Like Ritter, Corbett is coming back for multiple ...
The Bachelorette, Ashley and JP
Leading up to the proposal Ashley not only had to endure her sister's disapproval of the man she loved, but also break another guy's heart. The Bachelorette host Chris Harrison defends Ben's angry reaction to the rejection and wonders — just as viewers did — how someone could not like J.P.
Chandra Wilson is taking another spin in the director's chair, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. Wilson, who plays Dr. Miranda Bailey on Grey's Anatomy, will direct the third episode of this season, which features several of the fifth-year residents doing ...
With Michael Scott out of The Office's paper company, Season 8 will see two new men take charge of Dunder Mifflin.
When the NBC comedy returns, we'll learn that James Spader's eccentric Robert California has quickly moved up the ranks of Dunder Mifflin — now he's CEO. But don't expect the series to lose its awkward and endearing charm. "Spader has so much of a similar energy to Steve Carell," co-executive producer Mindy Kaling tells TVGuide.com. "Everything he says is funny"...