First, there was Amy Acker (aka Angel's "Fred"). She guest-starred on Private Practice's Season 2 premiere (and next can be seen on Fox's upcoming Dollhouse).
More recently (and as first reported by me), you got Alexis Denisof/"Wesley."
Who will be the next former denizen of the Buffyverse to make an appointment with the doctors of Oceanside Wellness? It's Amber Benson, I can tell you exclusively.
What brings Buffy's Tara to Addison's work digs? Sources tell me ...
Gale Harold, Desperate Housewives
While it was great to hear from out-of-town Jackson on this week's episode of Desperate Housewives, surely Susan would prefer that her pretty painter beau be with her in the (abundant) flesh, to keep their nascent romance percolating. But when, if ever, might the lovers really reconnect? Get the latest word on the (ideal) timetable for Harold's return, after the jump.
ABC Family's Greek pledges to deliver even more young/pretty-people angst when it launches its new season on Monday, March 30, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. The series will claim the Mondays-at-8 pm/ET slot once The Secret Life of the American Teenager wraps its current run.
What's ahead for the ZBZ and Kappa Tau Gamma crowds when Greek comes back? Read on for a few scooplets — some faintly familiar and some brand-new.
Robert Buckley on Lipstick Jungle
A loss for the audience of one unsung series is another's gain.
Robert Buckley, who immediately made waves on NBC's Lipstick Jungle as Kirby, Kim Raver's strapping young boy on the side, is joining the cast of Privileged, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
"Clearly, I can't get enough cute guys on this show!" Privileged creator Rina Mimoun quipped while sharing the news with us.
Buckley will appear in the final two episodes of the CW series' 18-episode freshman season, playing ...
Superstars of Dance hosts Michael Flatley and Susie Castillo
Starting Sunday, January 4, at 9 pm/ET, NBC's Superstars of Dance - exec-produced by So You Think You Can Dance boss Nigel Lythgoe and hosted by Michael "Lord of the Dance" Flatley and Susie Castillo - will pit stellar shufflers from eight countries against each other in a competition described as "equal parts sporting event, rock concert and artistic exhibition."
In addition to fielding two soloists, a duo and one group, each country will furnish a coach and a judge to serve on a multinational panel. We got a first look at who's representing for each team. Review the line-up after the jump.
Now playing in this week's Mitovich Mega Minute:
• I've got preview for NCIS' fall 2009 season premiere. You read that right — fall 2009.
• How will a Supernatural star's new gig affect his role on the spook-tacular CW series?
• Will 90210er Jessica Stroup perform double duty on Reaper?
Check out the new MMM, after the jump.
Greek may not be back until March, but we have a treat for all you ZBZ, Kappa Tau and Omega Chi fans. In this exclusive extra from the Chapter Two DVD (available Dec. 30) called "Transformations," fans will go behind the scenes with the cast as they talk about the popular "Freshman Daze" flashback episode where Beaver sported a blonde wig, Casey had some extensions, Evan wore a goatee and Cappie ... well, he was the same ol' Cappie with maybe a little less jewelry.
Watch the clip after the jump.
Now playing in this week's Mitovich Mega Minute vodcast:
• Lost's Jorge Garcia previews the (very complicated) "return" of the Oceanic 6.
• Without a Trace focuses an episode on someone who is not Jack or Sam.
• Which familiar face might appear on both The Closer and its spin-off?
Watch this week's video after the jump!
Quality, intergenerational programming is alive and well, and on Friday, the CW honored some of TV and film's best shows, films and more within the genre at on the 10th annual Family Entertainment Awards.
Among this year's big honorees are CBS' The Ghost Whisperer, ABC's Pushing Daisies and Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2, for which Gossip girl Blake Lively took the stage. A video game system was honored, too: Mario Lopez, Derek and Julianne Hough... More, after the jump.