HBO has picked up its third Ricky Gervais series, Life's Too Short, to air in 2012, the cable network announced Wednesday.
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Described as a cross between the original version of The Office and Gervais' critically acclaimed Hollywood comedy series Extras, Life's Too Short is a faux documentary following...
Bob Newhart and Mark Harmon
If it's hard for you to believe that legendary TV funnyman Bob Newhart has never won an Emmy, don't worry: NCIS executive producer Gary Glasberg says he has trouble wrapping his head around that, too.
On the set: NCIS welcomes Bob Newhart
But Glasberg hopes that will soon change. Newhart, best known for his eponymous sitcoms The Bob Newhart Show and Newhart, guest-starred on NCIS last season as Dr. Walter Magnus, a former NCIS medical examiner who trained David McCallum's Ducky. "We came up with a list of actors that we thought that would be perfect for it," Glasberg says...
Jason Patric is taking the lead role in the FX pilot Powers, the network announced Wednesday.
The procedural is based on the comic book series, published first by Image Comics and then by Marvel's Icon imprint. Patric will play Christian Walker, a homicide detective who investigates cases involving people with superpowers (referred to as "powers"). Charles S. Dutton (as Walker's boss), Lucy Punch (as his partner) and Bailee Madison are also set to star...
Glen Campbell is living with Alzheimer's disease, he has revealed in an interview with People magazine.
Though Campbell was diagnosed six months ago, the 75-year-old "Rhinestone Cowboy" singer, who hosted The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour on CBS from 1969 to '72, is just going public now in advance of his upcoming farewell tour...
Footloose 2011 poster
Oh look, just what pop culture needed: another remake of an '80s movie. At least the forthcoming Footloose is set in modern day. The plot, as outlined by this trailer, seems similar enough (oppressive small town attempts to ban dancing, but can't keep the twinkle-toed teens down for long!) to Herbert Ross' 1984 original...
Chris Colfer, Lea Michele
Yes, graduation is approaching at McKinley High, and yes, Glee fans are freaking out. Can the show survive without stars like Lea Michele and Chris Colfer? Do the actors already know which of their characters are seniors? (They're about to!) Executive producer Ryan Murphy says he has, in fact, talked to most of the cast about life after Glee. Eeeek!
Exclusive: Glee boss Ryan Murphy reveals Sue Sylvester's new Season 3 nemesis
But it's just one of several things on Murphy's mind. The Glee boss also spoke to TVGuide.com about the mixed reaction to Season 2 -- and the show's new mantra -- why he's cutting guest stars, how Santana's story will differ from Kurt's, and juggling two shows next season.
Alexander Skarsgard, Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer
True Blood is back — and it's deadlier than ever.
While we've seen humans, vampires, werewolves and whatnot knocked off over the last three seasons, one upcoming death will change the climate of the HBO series. "Somebody who thinks they are very, very powerful gets ambushed," executive producer Alan Ball tells TVGuide.com exclusively.
Elisabetta Canalis and George Clooney
George Clooney and Italian actress Elisabetta Canalis have announced that they are parting ways.
"We are not together anymore. It's very difficult and very personal, and we hope everyone can respect our privacy," read their joint statement announcing the end of their almost two-year relationship...