Dana Delany, Desperate Housewives
ABC announced Sunday that Desperate Housewives will end after this season, which begs the question: Which characters are returning to Wisteria Lane to say goodbye?
When discussing the series' demise with reporters, Housewives creator and executive producer Marc Cherry said he had already started thinking of ways to bring back familiar faces. "I have an idea for the last episode, in which I want to pay homage to everyone who's been on the show," he said.
Marc Cherry: The end of Desperate Housewives is "bittersweet and lovely"
Dana Delany, who played Katherine Mayfair for two years before leaving to star in ABC's Body of Proof, tells TVGuide.com she would love to...
Pan Am, Christina Ricci
Ticket? Check. Baggage? Check. Girdle? Check. The plane is now ready for lift-off.
On ABC's new period drama Pan Am, the elite ranks of Pan Am stewardesses need to pass daily weigh-ins and girdle checks before they are allowed to fly. On the flip side: They are worldly, empowered women who producers would like us to view as a new breed of feminists.
ABC's reboot of Charlie's Angels will obviously be forever linked to the hit '70s TV series and the two films that followed. But for those who have never heard the iconic line "Good morning, Charlie" — or are just skeptical about this latest remake — the cast and crew have more a modern comparison to describe the series. "If Jack Bauer and Carrie Bradshaw had a love child, it would be Charlie's Angels," co-creator and executive producer Al Gough told reporters at ABC's fall TV previews Sunday.
ABC picks up Charlie's Angels
Gough and co-creator and executive producer Miles Millar have reboot cred: The duo launched the Superman-in-high-school series Smallville in 2001. "There a lot of...
ABC's upcoming daytime series The Chew is a topical, View-style talk show all about food, and already it's embroiled in controversy. Why? Because it will replace All My Children, which goes off the air next month, and soap opera fans aren't exactly excited about the trade-off.
"The only thing harder than creating a hit show is knowing when to end it," Marc Cherry, creator of Desperate Housewives, told critics Sunday at ABC's fall previews. "I am also aware of people overstaying their welcome. I didn't want that to happen to Desperate Housewives. I wanted to go out when the network still saw us as a viable show and a force to contend with. We felt from a creative standpoint that this was the right time. I feel so good about it."
Desperate Housewives To End This Season
His statements came just minutes after ...
Aziz Ansari exchanged tense words with an audience member who asked what he thought to be a "racist" question at a stand-up gig, Entertainment Weekly reports.
The Parks and Recreation star, 28, made a surprise appearance Friday at a Los Angeles comedy club and took questions from the crowd. Things got heated when an audience member asked, "Why don't you have a red dot on your forehead?"
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A shocked Ansari asked the woman why she didn't have the word "c--- on her forehead," and made a comment about how there are still...
Friday Night Lights, Parks and Recreation, Game Of Thrones
Critics sure do love the underdogs. Friday Night Lights, which didn't receive Emmy attention until its final two seasons, won the Program of the Year award for its final season at the Television Critics Association Awards on Saturday night.
Game of Thrones, which was one of the most buzzed-about new shows of the year, was named...
How did Rescue Me co-creator and executive producer Peter Tolan celebrate the show's final panel at the Television Critics Association fall TV previews? He dropped his pants, of course.
Rescue Me's final season: Can Tommy Gavin survive?
In typical Rescue Me fashion, the panel began as a semi-serious discussion of the show's final season and its legacy before turning crazy....
Glenn Howerton, Charlie Day, Kaitlin Olson, Danny Devito and Rob McElhenney
Rob McElhenney had just one objective for the new season of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, but it was a big one.
"I tried to look as ugly as possible, basically," he said of his remarkable 50-pound weight gain for Season 7. So what exactly compelled the star to transform his alter-ego's normally fit physique into something a little flabbier? "It came when...