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.
Better late than never. On the November 22 episode of Fox's Bones, Brennan's (Emily Deschanel) matron of honor, Angela (Michaela Conlin), finally throws Brennan the bachelorette party she should have had before her October wedding to Booth.
Castle's "Esplanie" shippers will get an extra dose of the couple in the bizarre November 18 episode of the ABC drama when Detective Esposito (Jon Huertas) and medical examiner Lanie (Tamala Jones) are confronted with dead look-alikes. "A body at a crime scene looks identical to Lanie," says Jones. "Then another body pops up that looks like Esposito."
When Mike & Molly decided to introduce the best-selling author who inspired Molly's new career as a novelist, Melissa McCarthy called one of her favorites to play the role: Oscar winner Susan Sarandon, who guest stars on the November 25 episode of the CBS comedy.
CBS's Hawaii Five-0 serves up a treat on its Nov. 22 Thanksgiving episode when Steve McGarrett's loopy Aunt Deb — played by comedy legend Carol Burnett — lands on the island.
"Deb at one time had been a singer, but she gave up any hopes of a...
One lucky (and unsuspecting) audience attending an upcoming taping of The Price is Right will be treated to an appearance by the game show's longtime host Bob Barker, as the Emmy Award-winning legend returns to his old CBS Television City studio to celebrate his 90th birthday.
This season, the action on ABC's Once Upon a Time has taken place almost entirely on Peter Pan's magical island of Neverland — and will remain there for the rest of 2013, as producers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz have teased, before the characters return to Storybrooke, where a new curse is expected to wreak havoc.
In its second season, A&E's Bates Motel will introduce the infamous fruit cellar where Mother's stuffed body...
AMC has tapped Walking Dead executive producer Robert Kirkman to develop a companion series to its blockbuster zombie drama. Set to premiere in 2015, it will focus on a new set of characters... Some members of the cast reveal where they'd like to see the walkers wreak havoc.
Who knew Two and a Half Men's Alan (Jon Cryer) was such a Wonder Woman fan? Lynda Carter — who played the superhero on TV from 1975 to 1979 — attends a fund-raiser on the Nov. 7 episode of the CBS comedy, sending Alan into a sex-crazed frenzy. The storyline is based on a chance meeting Cryer had with his real-life teen crush earlier this year at a party hosted by CBS honcho Leslie Moonves, who is close pals with Carter. "I was so transfixed that my wife went over and told her I was a huge fan," says Cryer, who has also been working in Men's writers' room this season. "I, of course, was more tasteful about my obsession than Alan, who has a line, 'I had a poster of her that ended up looking like the bottom of a birdcage.'"
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