The mother of all soap-amnesia plots — the woeful tale of Jason on General Hospital — is about to take a curious turn. Long story short: Back in 1995, rich, wholesome preppy Jason Quartermaine (played by Steve Burton) was left mentally damaged and memory-free after a car accident and split from his family to become underworld hit man Jason Morgan. Now he's been seriously injured in yet another crash and will require life-or-death brain surgery. During the intense procedure (airing August 26 and 29), the women in Jason's life — fiancée Sam (Kelly Monaco), mom Monica (Leslie Charleson), ex-lover Liz (Rebecca Herbst) and BFF Carly (Laura Wright) — will fantasize about how their relationships ...
The beginning of the end is upon us, people.
With FX's often superlative, always irreverent firefighter drama Rescue Me in the middle of its final season, the stage is clearly being set for what could be an incendiary send-off. As of last night, Tommy was (briefly) suspended from the NYFD for mouthing off during a televised interview, his 62 Truck colleagues were ...
Cheers to Jonathan Banks for bringing new meaning to badass on Breaking Bad.
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As Mike, the muscle for meth kingpin Gustavo Fring (Giancarlo Esposito), the bullet-headed character actor makes sequences like Sunday's heart-stopping opener — in which he...
Exotic Toronto beauty Jeananne Goossen has been signed to a two episode arc on CSI: NY as Officer Lauren Cooper, described to me as a young rookie police officer who'll work with Danny (Carmine Giovinazzo). While Lauren will initially be a source of annoyance to Danny, she'll...
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Modern Family's third season premiere (airing September 21) finds America's favorite sitcom family — plus Haley's boyfriend Dylan — heading to a Wyoming dude ranch, where Mitch and Cam attempt to discover their "inner dude and reinvigorate their macho side" before adopting a baby boy, previews executive producer Chris Lloyd.
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Nine lives and two guys? Some girls have all the luck.
While most of us can barely find one person to moon over, our feline-fueled heroine had suitors up to her perfect curls with two very different guys fighting for her affections. Fittingly, there's also a bit of a battle among Nine Lives of Chloe King fans over which fella she should choose, too.
The man who helped reinvent the game show at ABC is looking to do it again. Former Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? executive producer Michael Davies is behind The Exit List, which ABC has ordered to pilot.
The Exit List follows contestants as they travel through a massive maze, answering multiple-choice questions along the way. The maze consists of rooms filled with money — and the further in they go, the bigger the prize. But contestants have to find their way out by remembering what they learned.
Sarah Paulson, last seen on Desperate Housewives back in 2007, is returning to Wisteria Lane in her role as Lynette's loser sister, Lydia. But oh how things have changed. "Lynette always helped put the pieces back in Lydia's disastrous personal life, but she is now engaged and shows up with her new fiancé," previews executive producer Bob Daily. With Lynette newly separated from Tom, Lydia is now the one offering a shoulder to cry on. "We'll hear her say, 'Oh Lynette, I'm so sorry. What can I do to help?' The seeds of sibling rivalry are planted as the roles are reversed." TV fans may also remember Sarah from such series as Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip and Deadwood.
Oh Ted Danson, what have you gotten yourself into? It what sounds more suited for an episode of Bones or Castle (or Hart to Hart), CSI's third episode of its new season — entitled "Bittersweet" — will feature a death straight out of the Willy Wonka chocolate factory.
When a former Abercrombie model named Chad gets down in the dumps over his weight gain, he flings himself into a...
Gilmore Girls creator Amy Sherman-Palladino is busy working on a new drama project for ABC. Sherman-Palladino is looking to adapt the 2002 book The Nanny Diaries into a TV series for the network.
ABC is close to ordering a script from Sherman-Palladino through its sister studio, ABC Studios, which is behind the project. The Nanny Diaries centers on a group of nannies who work for upper class Manhattan parents; Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus wrote the book, which was published in 2002. (A sequel, Nanny Returns, was released in 2009.)...