Starz is building a new Camelot: The network has given a 10-episode order for a new romantic adventure series based on the Arthurian legends.
Camelot, which comes from the team behind The Tudors and Torchwood, will use Thomas Malory's 15th-century book, Le Morte d'Arthur, as a starting point for the series before turning into a modern retelling of ...
Monday's explosive Castle puts Detective Kate Beckett in serious danger, but is her biggest threat a visiting agent from the FBI?
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When a serial killer begins leaving notes at crime scenes for Nikki Heat — the fictional detective Castle (Nathan Fillion) based on Beckett (Stana Katic) in his new book — the FBI's Jordan Shaw (guest star Dana Delany) shows up in New York.
"She comes along and basically sweeps that case out of Beckett's hands," Katic tells TVGuide.com. "That's kind of strange for Beckett to deal with. She's used to being the one in charge of any case."
Shaw and her team show up with loads of technology, and the shiny new toys catch Castle's eye. Though Shaw initially dismisses Castle...
Chuck - Zachary Levi
Call him Bartowski, Chuck Bartowski.
Chuck's Buy More geek-turned-intersect is about to add a new job to his résumé: spy. After three years, Chuck (Zachary Levi) is heading on a very important mission that will change his life forever. TVGuide.com caught up with executive producer Chris Fedak to get the scoop on what's ahead for Chuck, Sarah and Shaw's romance, and Casey's future. Plus: What can you do to save the show?
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TVGuide.com: Will Chuck try to take on the Ring by himself now that Casey (Adam Baldwin) is gone? And can he really become a spy?
Chris Fedak: I think Chuck can definitely achieve being a spy. The question we struggle with — and one he struggles with — is: ...
PETA is not pleased with Mike Tyson's new Animal Planet show about pigeon racing.
The animal welfare group wants New York City prosecutors to investigate Tyson's Brooklyn-based reality show, saying it is cruel to animals and its races could involve illegal gambling.
"Animal Planet needs more programs like Whale Wars and Animal Cops, in which people go to bat for animals, and fewer programs that showcase cruelty and profiteering at animals' expense," PETA President Ingrid E. Newkirk said in a statement.
Mike Tyson arrested in airport scuffle
Taking on Tyson, which is scheduled to begin filming next month and air next year on Animal Planet, will follow the former heavyweight champion as he competes in what a news release describes as the "intensely competitive and bizarrely fascinating world of pigeon racing." The news release adds that Tyson is a novice pigeon racer, but ...
Merritt Wever, Nurse Jackie
Season 1 of Nurse Jackie focused on the wreckage of Jackie's personal life. But in Season 2, there's plenty of mess to go around.
"I think, for all the characters, the writers laid great foundations for them last year," says Merritt Wever, whose quirky nurse Zoey is one of the characters who will grab more attention. "For everybody this season, you're just learning a lot more about who they are specifically."
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For Zoey, that means no longer only playing Jackie's lovable sidekick...
Conan O'Brien and Fox have resumed talks about a potential late-night show after a two-week stall, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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O'Brien was also approached to take part in the network's "Idol Gives Back" special on April 21, an offer that is unrelated to the late-night discussions, according to the report. The "Idol Gives Back" invitation came from American Idol producer 19 Entertainment — not Fox — but O'Brien's exit deal with NBC ...
Curb Your Enthusiasm
TV Guide Network will team with Larry David to create exclusive, never-before-seen extras that will air in conjunction with Curb Your Enthusiasm's run on the network starting this summer. Hosted by comedienne and series regular Susie Essman (Susie Greene), Curb Your Enthusiam: The Discussion will feature a panel of high-profile guest stars, pundits and prominent social figures who will debate the moral implications of the behavior in each episode.
"Finally, thanks to the TV Guide Network, I'll get a chance to watch actual, intelligent people discuss and debate the issues addressed on Curb," David said. "Now if only someone could tell me ...
Tony Dovolani was the only one in the dark. The Dancing with the Stars pro says he doesn't read casting rumors about the show, so the possibility of working with Kate Gosselin (a widely speculated pairing since they both live on the East Coast) never crossed his mind. "Everyone was thinking that except me!" he tells TVGuide.com. "I don't read rumors. If you do and set your heart on somebody and don't get them, or it turns out the person is not doing the show, then you're disappointed even if you get somebody great." And great is exactly what the mom of eight is, says Dovolani, a dad of three — whatever "haters" might think.