Fox's new romantic comedy Running Wilde is a story of opposites attract. Star Keri Russell, who plays activist-humanitarian Emmy, sets it up: They're childhood sweethearts who reunite later in life. "He's continued to be rich and act like a teenager, and I've gone on to start all these foundations..." Will Arnett, who plays her would-be love Steve, says his character's life is, in fact, "meaningless in a lot of ways."
You'll have to watch the show to figure out what the attraction is.
Elizabeth Reaser, Lili Taylor
Elizabeth Reaser and Lili Taylor are joining The Good Wife in recurring roles, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Executive producers Robert and Michelle King reveal that Reaser, 35, will play Tammy, a sports writer who will serve as a new love interest for Will (Josh Charles). Taylor, 43, will play Donna Seabrook, a possible romantic foil for Kalinda (Archie Panjabi)...
If you think Fringe's alternate universe is confusing, don't be misled: It'll actually be easier to follow along as the Fox series reboots once again in Season 3.
"The beginning of the third season, it's like a pilot again," Anna Torv says. Why? Because our Olivia is being...
Kristoffer Polaha, Britt Robertson, Shiri Appleby
Ever wonder what a day on the set of Life Unexpected is like? Well, it's not too much different from what you see on the CW series.
Tim Roth and Mekhi Phifer
The second-season finale of Lie to Me doesn't play as your typical cliffhanger, but it does bring about some big changes for the show. Chief among them: The departure of Mekhi Phifer's FBI agent Ben Reynolds from the series.
Executive producers and Season 3 showrunners Alex Cary and David Graziano made the decision to broaden their stories and character development.
Lie to Me taps new showrunner
"It hobbled us a bit," Cary tells TVGuide.com of the FBI's watchdog attachment to the Lightman Group. "It put Lightman [Tim Roth] into the sort of one-note position of having to roll his eyes. It became unsurprising, because we knew he was going to go and do whatever he wanted to do anyway."
"Lightman is like that kid in the back of class who used to sit with his feet up on the back of the desk and snarl at the teacher. He subverts authority and the FBI represents that," Graziano adds...