Enlightened, Laura Dern
HBO has a way of attracting big-time film stars to the small screen. With the Monday night premiere of Enlightened, the network's done it again with Laura Dern, who plays an executive who has had a "nervous breakthrough." We want to know what you thought of this show — and what you think of every new series this season.
Rose Leslie, who was last seen leaving Downton Abbey as the housemaid-turned-secretary Gwen, will be trading the British period drama for HBO's Game of Thrones, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Leslie will play...
Kaylani and Lisa
For once, having a cab caused a downfall on The Amazing Race. Vegas showgirls Kaylani Paliotta and Lisa Tilley lost valuable time when they had to settle their cab fare before checking into the Pit Stop at Indonesia's Borobudur Temple, ultimately in last place. "When we were driving up there, we kept telling each other, 'We're going to pay our cab,'" Tilley tells TVGuide.com. "But for whatever reason, once we actually got there, we were in such a rush to get started that we just had him wait and got out." Still, while their race ended early, they're happy to have raced at all after Paliotta lost her passport en route to LAX in the first leg — only to have Twitter come to the rescue.
Christina Ricci, Colin Donnell
Might stewardesses follow Playboy Bunnies into cancellation? Pan Am kept losing altitude in Week 3, with just 6.42 million viewers aboard.
That's down from 7.75 million viewers a week ago — and from 10.87 million when the ABC program took off. And among 18-to-49-year-olds, the rating has swooped down from 3.1 to 2.5 to 1.9, Nielsen overnights showed. That trajectory is not good.
Preceding the 1960s drama about stewardesses at 9/8c, Desperate Housewives was down 10 percent, luring 8.46 million viewers and a 2.7 demo rating, which tied a series low (vs. last week's 9.03 million/2.9 demo rating).
Christina Applegate, Will Arnett
It's time to get schooled.
In this week's Up All Night, Chris (Will Arnett) and Reagan (Christina Applegate) take baby Amy to a play group, though it's not a playful group. Chris and Reagan are the "aggressive" new parents when it comes to...
The case on Monday's Castle (10/9c, ABC) hits a little too close to home.
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That's especially true for Detective Ryan (Seamus Dever), who last season lost his badge and service weapon to the 3XK serial killer. Now, the missing gun has turned up — as the weapon that murdered the team's most recent victim.
"It's a very emotional episode for Detective Ryan," creator and executive producer Andrew W. Marlowe tells TVGuide.com. "If you're a cop and you've lost your gun to somebody, and then it's used in a murder, the case becomes deeply, deeply personal to you. It's every cop's worst nightmare...