Spies Like Us' Chevy Chase has been tapped to infiltrate Chuck.
Chevy Chase has signed on for a three-episode arc on NBC's Chuck, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
On the Warner Bros. TV-produced Chuck, Chase will play a mega-billionaire technology mogul...
Matthew Settle and Kelly Rutherford
When we heard, yet again, via the Hollywood Reporter, that producers are planning a Gossip Girl spin-off, we couldn't help but be skeptical. Ever since the CW teensplosion hit the airwaves, there have been whisperings of several spin-off concepts in development, and the powers that be have systematically denied each and every one of them. What about this one?
File this under "Is he serious?"
Robert Greenblatt, Showtime's entertainment president, finally lifted the lid on the much-talked-about The L Word spin-off. The big secret: It takes place in the slammer! Come again? Who's going to jail? Read on to find out...
Molly Parker, Jack Davenport, Lana Parrilla and Grant Show, Swingtown
I'm shedding Hai Karate-scented tears here at the winter TV previews in L.A, as CBS Entertainment president Nina Tassler has just officially killed my beloved Swingtown. Read why after the jump.
He didn't say much, but what he did say sounds promising.
Speaking with TVGuide.com at the Golden Globes, Leslie David Baker sang the praises of the après-Super Bowl episode of NBC's The Office, airing Sunday, Feb. 1, and guest-starring Jack Black, Jessica Alba and Cloris Leachman. "You'll get to see some Office craziness," he told us. "You will laugh like you have never laughed before."
Watch our video with Baker to get his full review of the "super" episode — and his preview of what's ahead for Stanley and Michael — after the jump.
Elizabeth Mitchell (Lost), Katee Sackhoff (Battlestar Galactica) and James Morrison (24)
"Live" from the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour in Los Angeles, senior editors Matt Mitovich, Mickey O'Connor and Tim Molloy answer your questions. Drop us a line at email@example.com.
All I want for Christmas is a spoiler about Juliet from Lost. — Samy
MATT: Hmmm. Since we have missed that Yuletide deadline, how about I promise you a present in time for, I dunno, St. Patrick's Day? Because sadly, the lady doc's Season 5 storyline won't really heat up until then. (But once it does, it'll be in a way that makes some fans very happy.)
Give me some Battlestar scoop. I can't wait until Friday! — Tony
MICKEY: I've been sworn to secrecy by my Sci Fi moles, but let's say this: Just because ...
Will General Hospital's mysterious new arrival work alongside Jason Cook's Matt?
On Thursday, Jan. 15, General Hospital viewers — and eventually Nikolas — will do a double take when the late Emily Quartermaine appears to rise from the dead. The truth is, however, that Natalia Livingston (who left the role of Nik's great love) is back on the ABC soap in a new role, as a mysterious young woman named Rebecca. Livingston talked to us about how much sweeter GH is the second time around.
TVGuide.com: Is playing another character something that was suggested, or even joked about, when they wrote you and Emily off the show? "It's a soap opera, Nat — we can always bring you back as a look-alike."
Natalia Livingston: It was a talk that I had with [headwriter] Bob Guza, who had come up with an awesome idea for a storyline. It wasn't the right time at that moment, but now it is!
TVGuide.com: So this "comeback plan" was in mind when you left?
Livingston: I knew that there was a possibility for a comeback, yeah. We ended up waiting...
Zach Braff and Donald Faison
Donald Faison says moving to ABC hasn't changed Scrubs. It's still the same medical dramedy you learned to love over seven years at NBC. The characters are the same, though we'll learn more about them as this spring's episodes culminate in the departure of series lead Zach Braff. Will Scrubs go on without J.D.? Faison ain't saying, but with a new batch of interns and the comedy as snappy as ever, the prognosis is good. Read on to see who might stay on duty at Sacred Heart, the show's connection to Gremlins and what Faison has in common with the boys of Bell Biv Devoe.
Now playing in this week's Jack Bauer-powered, all-24 Mitovich Mega Minute:
• Kiefer Sutherland reveals how the return of a familar female face will be handled differently this time around.
• Tony Todd and Cherry Jones tease the unexpected setting for a face-off between General Juma and President Taylor.
• Exec producer Howard Gordon promises more "surprising" returns.
Watch and discuss the new MMM after the jump.