Being Erica may sound like a far-out sci-fi series — it's about a time-traveling therapy patient — but at its core, it's a story about a woman with regrets, who tries not to make the same mistakes again.
"It's confusing to people who haven't watched it," Erin Karpluk, who portrays Erica Strange, tells TVGuide.com. "It's not a science-fiction show, it's an hour-long comedy-drama and the time travel is a catalyst for Erica's growth and development."
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Looks like ThunderCats has been given quite the modern makeover.
Todd Casey, a writer on Cartoon Network's upcoming reboot of the '80s animated classic, tweeted the show's first official image, featuring four of the six main ThunderCats characters.
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Jimmy Buffett was rushed to the hospital after falling off the stage during a performance in Sydney, Australia, on Wednesday, The Daily Telegraph reports.
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The singer, 64, crashed off the stage after wrapping up an encore and remained on the floor in front of the first row waiting for paramedics to arrive, according to the Australian newspaper. He was taken to ...
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Mike Tyson has welcomed his eighth child, People reports.
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Fox has picked up two single-camera comedy pilots, including one from Rescue Me creator Peter Tolan, Deadline reports.
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High-profile celebrity attorney Gloria Allred will headline a new courtroom show titled We the People With Gloria Allred, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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The series, which is scheduled to premiere in syndication and on cable this fall, will feature Allred in the judge's seat.
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Caroline Dhavernas' last show on TV, the cult favorite Wonderfalls, was killed after just 13 episodes. So, it's not surprising that she wasn't exactly eager to go back to series television.
"It was really too bad because it was such a different and quirky show and the fans loved it," Dhavernas says of the Bryan Fuller-produced series that followed a philosophy graduate working in a gift shop where the wax figurines urge her to help people in need.
Is Off the Map more than Grey's Anatomy in the jungle?
Six years of bit parts in Canadian films and guest roles on crime procedurals passed. Then, while on a beach in Bali, she read the script for Off the Map, a near-surefire hit from the team behind Grey's Anatomy and Private Practice. The show was a medical drama set in the South American jungle.
"[Going to Bali] was the first time that I had traveled on my own, for a whole month," she says. "That's also one of the reasons why Off the Map appealed to me, because I was on the beach surrounded by coconuts and sand and ocean. I was reading something that took place exactly in that setting and was like...