Christa Miller and Courteney Cox
The stars of Cougar Town are about to appear on your TV screen a lot sooner than their scheduled midseason return.
"We decided it might be funny to say our cast is going to be on in the fall more than any other cast," executive producer Bill Lawrence told USA Today. The result is that his actors will appear in background roles on numerous shows before the Season 3 premiere.
Ted Koppel is joining Rock Center with Brian Williams as a special correspondent, NBC News announced Thursday.
"My goal has been to make Rock Center the Cooperstown of our craft," Brian Williams said. "Ted is a consensus hall of famer, joining the best team of men and women on the air today. While his place in the history of television journalism is already established, his work here is just beginning. This is the next chapter, and it's an enormous honor to work with this giant and former competitor."
Wouldn't the world be so much better if we all sang our arguments? God knows, TV would be better if we had more Megan Mullally on it.
Jeffrey DeMunn and Laurie Holden
The Walking Dead Season 2 premieres in just a few days and we've got a sneak peek. On the Season 1 finale, Dale (Jeffrey DeMunn) saved Andrea (Laurie Holden) from committing suicide, but she's not so grateful about his act of heroism.
Grey's Anatomy, Debbie Allen and Jesse Williams
If you thought Meredith Grey had a difficult mother, just wait until you meet the matriarach of the prestigious Avery family.
In this week's Grey's Anatomy, Jackson's mother, Catherine Avery (portrayed by Debbie Allen, who has directed multiple episodes of the ABC medical drama) comes to Seattle Grace to perform a groundbreaking surgery. His intrusive mother's visit becomes even more uncomfortable for him when it's revealed what procedure she's doing: