TNT has ordered a new cooking competition series from Mark Burnett that will let viewers actually taste the winning dish, the network announced Monday.
Each episode of On the Menu will center on a different food business — restaurant chains, theme parks, etc. — where amateur cooks will work with professional chefs to create the business' next signature menu item....
Kelly Siegler and Yolanda McClary
Cold Justice has been renewed for a second season, TNT announced Tuesday.
The docu-drama follows former prosecutor Kelly Siegler and former crime-scene investigator Yolanda McClary as they solve small-town murder cases...
TNT has given the green light to Steven Bochco drama Murder in the First, the network announced Thursday.
Set in San Francisco, Murder follows a single case across an entire season, centering on Terry English (Taye Diggs) and Hildy Mulligan (Kathleen Robertson) as they investigate...
Angie Harmon, Sasha Alexander
Janet Tamaro has stepped down as showrunner of Rizzoli & Isles, Deadline reports.
Tamaro developed the series, based on Tess Gerritsen's novels in 2010, but has decided to cede her producing and showrunning responsibilities to focus on new projects. She will remain on the TNT drama as a consultant...
Yolanda McClary and Kelly Siegler
There's a new crime-fighting duo coming to prime time this fall, but the cases they're investigating have been dormant for years and sometimes even decades.
On TNT's Cold Justice (premiering Tuesday at 10/9c), the latest endeavor from Law & Order creator Dick Wolf, prosecutor Kelly Siegler and crime scene investigator Yolanda McClary team up to reopen unsolved small-town cases that have gone "cold" despite the best efforts of local law enforcement.
Americans like their privacy.
Yes, here we go again with another episode of Major Crimes that was written and produced before a big news story took over the front pages and, once again, I remind our viewers that the show is not about politics. I don't know whether having informers and wires and cameras everywhere is a good or a bad idea, though I will express some pity for those tasked with analyzing American e-mails: after reading the first one hundred explanations of why spouses cheat on each other, I am pretty sure you have read them all. Even sex in the Twitterverse - lit up by pictures of politicians in various states of undress — begins to seem banal after so much...overexposure. Personally, I think a nonporous wall between our public and personal lives is a good idea, and that protections afforded our privacy by the Constitution are central to American liberty. But we live in a complicated age...