It's been more than a year since Grey's Anatomy fans mourned the loss of sexy plastic surgeon Dr. Mark Sloan. But the man who played him, Eric Dane, is very much alive — and back in production as the star of next summer's TNT series The Last Ship. Dane plays Navy Capt. Tom Chandler, who helps rescue humanity after an infectious disease kills most of the world's population.
Revenge's Daniel Grayson has been imprisoned, repeatedly betrayed, replaced in his mother's heart by a brother he didn't know existed, and now his new wife has been shot — which leaves a mentally exhausted Josh Bowman wondering if enough's enough.
Revenge returns in January for three episodes before going on hiatus again until March. Here's a peek at new storms heading to the Hamptons.
- Charlotte (Christa B. Allen) moves...
TNT's Dallas will kick off its third season — the first without the late Larry Hagman as J.R. — on Monday, Feb. 24 at 9/8c. The season will start with a run of eight episodes before going on hiatus and returning in the summer with seven more.
"We will have two season openers and two cliffhangers," teases showrunner Cynthia Cidre. "We have tried this season to make the show more about Ewing family conflicts — secrets, lies and betrayals. And I think we have succeeded."
Emily Van Camp, Josh Bowman
In a glass-framed Palos Verdes, Calif., chapel on a hill overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the cast of ABC's Revenge has gathered for the wedding of Emily Rebecca Thorne (Emily VanCamp) and Daniel Edward Grayson (Josh Bowman), which will air on the Dec. 15 midseason finale. "From the moment we met, I knew this was in our destiny," the bride tells her betrothed in front of a congregation that includes best man Conrad (Henry Czerny) and maid of honor Charlotte (Christa B. Allen). "Thanks for letting me into your life...into your family. Today we share a bond that's unbreakable. Till death parts us..."
Wow! I never saw that coming. On the Nov. 17 episode of Revenge, Amber Valletta's Lydia Davis returned from the dead after presumably perishing in a plane crash at the end of Season 1. Turns out no one was more surprised that Valletta, who was given no indication that Lydia would ever return after shooting her last episode in early 2012.
Anna Faris and Allison Janney
CBS will air what Mom star Allison Janney is calling the sitcom's first "very special episode" on Nov. 18, when her recovering-alcoholic character, Bonnie, relapses. "It goes in a direction that not a lot of [cocreator and executive producer] Chuck Lorre's shows have gone," Janney says. "We go pretty deep and raw and have some moments you don't usually see in a half-hour sitcom."
Ed Asner, Sarah Michelle Gellar
You can always count on Ed Asner for a good interview. The outspoken seven-time Emmy winner turns 84 on Nov. 15, has two fun TV appearances coming up and couldn't help calling out Hot in Cleveland for recently snubbing him and pal Gavin MacLeod.
Just in time for the holidays, CBS's The Millers has cast the parents of Margo Martindale's Carol. In the Dec. 12 episode, titled "Carol's Parents Are Coming to Town," Jerry Van Dyke (Coach) and June Squibb (Judging Amy, The Ghost Whisperer) arrive as Carol's overbearing parents, Bud and Blanche.