The Andy Griffith Show
Carolina home at the age of 86.
Fortunately, fans have not one, but two iconic TV shows with which to remember Griffith's legacy: The Andy Griffith Show and Matlock, not to mention...
Hallmark Channel is getting into series television.
Andie MacDowell will star in the network's first-ever prime-time series, Cedar Cove, which is slated to begin production mid-June. Based on Debbie Macomber's best-selling book series, Cedar Cove will star MacDowell as...
Hallmark Channel has ordered a new daytime talk show to be hosted by Marie Osmond that will debut this fall, the cable channel announced on Wednesday.
Marie! will air weekday afternoons and cover topics as varied as lifestyle tips and trends, socially important issues and the always-important celebrity dish. Her guests will include famous faces, close friends and family members, as well as everyday people and experts in...
Hallmark Channel has canceled The Martha Stewart Show after two seasons, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The daytime show will wrap in May and continue to re-run throughout the summer, but Hallmark opted not to bring the series back because of its high production costs. Lisa Gersh, the president and COO of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, said at a conference in December that...
As a cast member on CSI: Miami, Eddie Cibrian is used to big explosions, gory murder scenes and lots of action. However, Cibrian's new TV movie, Healing Hands, puts the old adage less is more to the test.
"The more subtle it is, the more believable it's going to be...
Julie Benz, Uncorked
After four years as serial killer Dexter Morgan's other half on Showtime's hit Dexter, Julie Benz's on-screen alter ego was murdered in one of the year's most jaw-dropping season finales. But with a recurring role on ABC's Desperate Housewives and her new romantic comedy Uncorked, Benz is proving life after death can be sweet, even funny.
"I got my start in comedy years ago and then...
Lost, Grey's Anatomy, Desperate Housewives
Every week, editors Mickey O'Connor and Adam Bryant answer your burning questions. Want some TV scoop? Please send all questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What's the deal with Claire on Lost? That new promo seems to refute your little theory about her being a ghost. — O'Grady
MICKEY: Of the South Boston O'Gradys? You, sir, owe my great-uncle Shorty $472.68 for your outstanding bar tab! Your arrogance is as galling as your spendthriftiness! Ahem. While the image in question shows a distinctly Rousseau-esque Claire, it hardly proves that she's alive. But this might. Emilie de Ravin told us that she has a lot of scenes with Evangeline Lilly this season. Um, also there's this: "I think I'm alive, as far as I know," de Ravin told us. Remit payment at once, O'Grady!
What's coming up for Bailey on Grey's Anatomy? — Annie
ADAM: Chandra Wilson will be directing again — not so coincidentally, it's the episode where Bailey's fling with the new boy-toy anesthesiologist (Eli Stone's Jason George) heats up. We hear the episode is...
Bill Abbott, Martha Stewart, Charles Koppelman
Martha Stewart will move her talk show to the Hallmark Channel as part of a new multi-year deal announced Tuesday.
Currently broadcasting in syndication, The Martha Stewart Show will air exclusively on Hallmark starting in September. Following the series, Hallmark will air another 90 minutes of original Martha Stewart programming to be created by the lifestyle maven's production company, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia.
Martha Stewart: What Rachael Ray does is "not good enough for me"
"This is a match made ...
Dean Cain, Three Gifts
Over the past two months, Dean Cain has traveled to Nashville; Austin, Texas; the Republic of Georgia and Vietnam. This might be exhausting, even for the man who once donned Superman's cape. But for Cain, it's all in a day's work...