PBS is returning to Mister Rogers' Neighborhood a decade after the series ended with a new animated spin-off.
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood will feature original Mister Rogers characters who still live in the Neighborhood of Make Believe, but have since grown up and now have children of their own, PBS announced Sunday at PBS' fall TV preview session. Daniel Tiger, the 4-year-old son of the original Tiger, will be the new series' star.
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In his first TV appearance since leaving Grey's Anatomy, T.R. Knight will guest-star on an upcoming episode of Law & Order: SVU, TVGuide.com has learned.
Knight, 38, will play a suspected serial rapist who consistently maintains his innocence despite...
Hugh Laurie, Lisa Edelstein
Speaking publicly for the first time about House co-star Lisa Edelstein's exit two months ago, Hugh Laurie sounds like he and everyone else was sorry to see her go.
"We all miss Lisa very much...
Like most of the characters on Breaking Bad, Dean Norris' Hank Schrader is a long way from where he started at the beginning of the series.
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Once a blowhard DEA agent who provided comic relief, Hank's bulldoglike search for the meth maker known as Heisenberg has taken the character through a dark battle with post-traumatic stress disorder and, most recently, left him bedridden after being shot by two assassins sent by the Mexican drug cartel...
Blood! Sex! Swords! More blood! What else would you expect from Spartacus: Vengeance?
The full-length trailer for Season 2 of the Starz series — which premiered at Comic-Con last week — has been released and it's ...
Ellen Pompeo and Patrick Dempsey
The season finale of Grey's Anatomy left many things on the verge of disaster. Among the most-damaging: Alex revealed that Meredith tampered with the clinical trial, jeopardizing her job and her marriage with finally official husband Derek, and a pregnant Cristina announced she didn't want to have Owen's child.
Before the final year of residency for the Seattle Grace doctors kicks off, executive producer Shonda Rhimes talked to TVGuide.com about the difficulties the docs will face and the future of ABC's long-running medical show: