Before Mad Men's third season, fans wondered when, as in what year, series creator Matthew Weiner would resume the story.
There was reason for the anticipation: In the Season2 finale, Betty (January Jones) revealed to reformed womanizer Don (Jon Hamm) that she was pregnant, and viewers were curious how that would play out. But more significantly, everyone wondered whether or not Weiner would skip over the Nov. 22, 1963, assassination of President John F. Kennedy. After all, Weiner said more than a few times that he didn't think he had anything to add to the historical landmark.
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But Weiner changed his mind. "My attitude about the assassination changed as I got deeper and deeper into the period and after I wrote the first two seasons," he tells TVGuide.com "I thought it was a melodramatic trope the way it had been treated...
Elliott Gould will go all vigilante for a guest spot on Law & Order, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
The veteran film star will play a disgruntled business owner who takes the law into his own hands after...
Lost star Naveen Andrews has signed on to film a guest spot on an episode of Law & Order: SVU, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
The details of his role are being kept under wraps for now, but the episode starts filming in the next week or so in New York.
A poster for Lost's final season revealed
Andrews, 40, plays Sayid Jarrah on ABC's Lost, which is still shooting its final season in Hawaii. (A source tells us they're on Episode 6 of 18.)
Let's not jump to any conclusions though...
Robert Loggia has joined the cast of TNT's new dramedy Men of a Certain Age, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
The Oscar- and Emmy-nominated actor will guest-star in a January episode as Artie, the father of Ray Romano's Joe. When Artie retires from running his hardware store, he spends all his time at home alone recovering from angioplasty. Joe takes it upon himself to bring back his dad's former spark.
Loggia, 79, made his big-screen debut in the 1957 Paul Newman boxing film Somebody Up There Likes Me and earned an Oscar nod for his work as Glenn Close's foul-mouthed investigator in the legal thriller Jagged Edge. Loggia also earned Emmy nominations for his work on Malcolm in the Middle and Mancuso, F.B.I. Loggia's other credits include ...
After weeks of being M.I.A. from Project Runway's judging sessions, Michael Kors will finally return to the show, and he's making up for lost time by making a designer cry.
Watch Chris March share his critique in last week's Runway Rundown
In this exclusive sneak peek of Thursday's episode, Kors tells Christopher and Epperson exactly how he feels about their work, comparing it to everything from a "tablecloth" to a "disco pumpkin." Even after Christopher breaks down into tears from the harsh words, Kors doesn't even ease up on the poor kid.
No mercy, Kors!
Watch the clip after the jump.
Jack Bass, the devious uncle of Gossip Girl's Chuck (Ed Westwick), is set to return to the show later this season, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
"I will be back this year," says Desmond Harrington, who plays the character. "I think it's episode 15 or 16 where I show back up. It's fun playing Uncle Jack."
When we last saw Jack...
Adam Rodriguez's character on CSI: Miami disappeared in the Florida Everglades, but apparently the actor found his way to New York: Rodriguez will join the cast of Ugly Betty this season, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Rodriguez will play Bobby, an old flame of Betty's sister Hilda. "He's an old high school boyfriend, and [he comes] back into their lives," said Rodriguez, who was in New York promoting his role in Tyler Perry's I Can Do Bad All By Myself. "A little romance buds, and there's some drama to go along with it."
Rodriguez was coy about ...
Denis Leary, Rescue Me
WARNING: The following story contains information regarding the Season 5 finale of Rescue Me.
Rescue Me wrapped up its superb fifth season by leaving one major character in dire need of rescue.
Of course, the "will they live or die?" cliff-hanger is a go-to for many showrunners when it comes to season finales, but few threaten to kill off ...