The star of ABC's new Shonda Rhimes drama How to Get Away with Murder is a far cry from Olivia Pope.
While Scandal's go-to political fixer may make some questionable choices, Olivia always wears a white hat in her quest for justice. Not so Annalise Keating (Oscar nominee Viola Davis), the mysterious attorney and law professor at the center of Murder. She's a...
Below you can find all the scoop on ABC's new and returning shows from the Television Critics Association fall TV previews.
Chicago Fire star Yuri Sardarov remembers he had one thing on his mind when he read the NBC drama's Season 2 finale: "Man, I better call my manager and see what's going on with my character," he tells TVGuide.com.
Sardarov likely wasn't alone. For those who don't remember, Chicago Fire wrapped its second season with a huge cliff-hanger that put the fate of nearly every member of Firehouse 51 — with the exception of Chief Boden (Eamonn Walker) — into question when ...
Todd Chrisley, Chase Chrisley
Todd Chrisley had to set the record straight about his sexuality even before his hit USA reality show debuted, and at Monday's Television Critics Association's fall previews, he had to address the rumors once again.
"Today, I am not gay," the Chrisley Knows Best star told reporters.
The father of five (and grandfather) also addressed just why he decided to...
Monica Potter, Max Burkholder, and Peter Krause
Parenthood fans were in an emotional tizzy this past spring, but it wasn't because of a heartbreaking story line on the show.
After five seasons, the fate of the beloved family drama remained in question and was the last scripted series to receive a pick-up from NBC for the 2014-2015 TV season just hours before the network's fall schedule was unveiled.
2014 Emmy nominations: Surprises and snubs
The show received a reduced 13-episode final season order, and showrunner Jason Katims is thankful he will get to say a proper goodbye to the Bravermans. "For a show I'm so personally invested in...
Casey Wilson and Ken Marino
On NBC's upcoming comedy Marry Me, Happy Endings star Casey Wilson will trade in single girl Penny for Annie, a woman who's been in a steady six-year relationship with Jake (Ken Marino). "Annie is slightly less desperate than Penny," Wilson said at the Television Critics Association fall previews on Sunday. "I'll try to do subtle difference between the characters. Annie doesn't always act like Penny."
Charlie Reina, Debra Messing and Vincent Reina
Debra Messing has done sitcoms (Will & Grace) and dramas (the scarf-happy Smash), which is exactly why her upcoming series, NBC's The Mysteries of Laura, appealed to her.
"I didn't have to choose: 'Do I want to do a comedy or do I want to do a drama?'" she told reporters Sunday at the Television Critics Association fall previews. "It does feel like...