Aaron Tveit and Holley Fain
Remember when Nate was poor and huddling under a tartan sleeping bag trying to keep warm in the basement of his family's seized Upper East Side townhouse on Gossip Girl? Well, don't worry, he isn't poor anymore because... well, something happened, I'm a little unclear actually. Read on to see who will accompany Nate's new gravy train...
"Our show is about deception," Leverage creator Dean Devlin tells his cast and producers. "And so is this today."
Thus began a meeting with cast and producers — assembled in-person and via video-conferencing — early Monday morning for what was billed as an important occasion. The stars were scattered across the globe: Christian Kane was in Nashville; Gina Bellman was in London; Timothy Hutton was in Paris, and others were gathered in the L.A. studio. Once they were all in the same room, Devlin surprised them with a special guest who broke the good news: Leverage will be back for a second season!
Devlin filmed the event, and shared the exclusive sneak peek with TVGuide.com, including a moment with Aldis Hodge's mom and Kane's kvelling that his prayers had been answered.
Watch the video, after the jump.
Chandler Massey and Alexandra Sgambati
On One Tree Hill, it's almost time for production to start on the Dawson-directed movie adaptation of Lucas' book. But before a single camera starts rolling, Lucas, Peyton, Brooke, Haley and Nathan must meet ... "Lucas," "Peyton," "Brooke," "Haley" and "Nathan" — the young, CW-friendly actors who have been cast as Tree Hill's fab five.
Here now, rounded up in their entirety and exclusively for TVGuide.com, is the who's who (or, more like "Who? Who? Who? Who? And who?") of the real-life actors filling those choice roles. Check 'em out, after the jump.
If you need an intense local sheriff to help Gibbs & Co. work a case, you'd be hard-pressed to find a better fit for the meaty role than Lance Henriksen. Awesomely, that's precisely who NCIS has nabbed to guest-star on the hit series later this season, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Specifically, the star of TV's Millennium and the guy also known to sci-fi enthusiasts as Alien's Bishop will play ...
David Boreanaz in a Russian fur hat (and accompanying accent).
Emily Deschanel appropriately dressed as "the beautiful assistant."
Knives. Balloons. A murder mystery. And on top of it all, Andy Richter controlling not the universe, but a three-ring circus.
Check out this exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the first of Bones' two new episodes airing this Thursday, after the jump!
Jason Lee, My Name Is Earl
Hoping to follow in the footsteps of The Office and 30 Rock by securing an early renewal, NBC's My Name Is Earl (Thursdays at 8 pm/ET) will be playing to all its strengths in the coming months, combining list work with a standalone arc, all of which will lead up to a buzzworthy season finale.
"Last week we aired the first in a five-episode arc, where Darnell's Witness Protection identity was exposed, so he had to flee," series creator Greg Garcia tells TVGuide.com. "We're now going to spend some time with [Darnell, Joy and the kids] away from Camden County, with different identities." As the mystery is finally solved ...
As first hinted at in this week's Mega Buzz, Smallville has a fun new trick up its sleeve, and it involves the CW series' take of DC Comics trickstress Zatanna. TVGuide.com has since learned exclusively that Serinda Swan (who is indeed far, far, far from an ugly duckling, as your Googling will demonstrate) has landed the guest-star role.
Swan will appear in this season's 17th episode, "Hex," as Zatanna, a magician who ...
Eddie Steeples, Danny Glover
My Name Is Earl's Witness Protection story will involve the bad guy from Witness.
Series creator Greg Garcia tells TVGuide.com exclusively that Danny Glover has been tapped to guest-star later this season as Crab Man's dad, Thomas, as the storyline about why Darnell has been living in hiding is finally unspooled.
Although it was long ago revealed to viewers that Crab Man (Eddie Steeples) is in the Witness Protection Program, it was not until last week that Earl & Co. were let in on the secret. (After receiving a mysterious phone call on a never-seen-before "hair phone," Darnell rushed ...
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The new Stargate's universe is expanding. On the heels of the announcement that Trainspotting's Robert Carlye will front the new Sci Fi Channel series (playing Dr. Nicholas Rush), TVGuide.com has learned exclusively that Justin Louis and Jamil Walker Smith have joined the nascent cast.
Louis (Hidden Hills) will play Colonel Everett Young, an experienced and married Stargate team leader, while Smith (Hey, Arnold!) will portray...
Although there still are no plans for Heroes to resurrect the enigmatic Adam Monroe, David Anders will soon return to your TV screen.
Alias' Sark will guest-star on the second episode of the new Fox drama Lie to Me, which premieres Wednesday, Jan. 21, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Anders will play ...