This is what happens when Kristen Bell is busy. Girls star Allison Williamshas been cast in the title role of NBC's Peter Pan Live!, the network announced Wednesday.
In addition to Williams singing talent, which showcases at every opportunity on Girls, expect to see Williams to exhibit some truly "dynamic flying" in the Dec. 4 telecast, according to the announcement.
Claire Holt has joined the upcoming NBC drama Aquarius as a series regular, Deadline reports.
Bruce (Greg Poehler) really can't catch a break, but at least he's got Emma (Josephine Bornebusch) on his side!
On Thursday's Welcome to Sweden, Bruce's unemployment comes under scrutiny from Emma's parents when she offers to support them both. Passive-aggressive disapproval ensues.
On Saturday, Grimm stars David Giuntoli, Russell Hornsby, Bitsie Tulloch, Silas Weir Mitchell, Reggie Lee, Sasha Roiz, Bree Turner and Claire Coffee joined executive producers Jim Kouf, David Greenwalt and Norberto Barba at Comic-Con to greet all of their Grimmsters. As fans may recall, our Grimm (Giuntoli) was stripped of his powers on Monroe (Mitchell) and Rosalee's (Turner) wedding day, thanks to that annoying Hexenbiest Adalind (Coffee)...
NBC's upcoming miniseries The Slap has booked Peter Sarsgaard and Mary-Louise Parker to play two of its critical leads...
He may be gone, but Jin definitely won't be forgotten when Chicago P.D. returns for Season 2 this fall.
"It shakes everybody up," showrunner Matt Olmstead tells TVGuide.com, "definitely for the next three or four episodes until people can re-galvanize as a family, but people have some hard feelings about how it all goes down...
The mass exodus continues at Saturday Night Live.
A day after featured player Brooks Wheelan tweeted that he had been fired from the variety show, fellow newcomers...
As if not being tall wasn't bad enough, on Thursday's Welcome to Sweden, Bruce (Greg Poehler) commits an even bigger Swedish faux pas.
Saturday Night Live star Brooks Wheelan took to Twitter on Monday to say that he's been let go as a cast member of the NBC sketch show.
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 ...
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