James Spader and William Shatner, Boston Legal
Boston Legal closed its doors for the final time Monday night, ending a five-year run and a two-decade-old era in the process. With its two-hour bow, Legal's goodbye means it'll be the first time in 22 years that television is without a topical David E. Kelley program on air.
But it didn't have to end this way.
"ABC didn't want us back," Kelley told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. "It's as simple as that. They didn't ...
Is House's Cuddy due for a bit of a holiday miracle? Lisa Edelstein shares with TVGuide.com a peek at this week's "very emotional" episode, diagnoses the "complicated" House-Cuddy romance, and reveals why she was nervous to strip down for leading man Hugh Laurie. (House airs Tuesdays at 8 pm/ET, on Fox.)
TVGuide.com: Poor Cuddy — just as she's about to thank House for surprising her with her med-school desk, she finds him with that blonde floozy actress. She must be ready to tear her hair out.
Lisa Edelstein: She knows how to pick 'em! But I don't think she's looking for an easy relationship ...
NBC may have come up with a solution to its Jay Leno dilemma. The Peacock is expected to offer the late-night host a new show on the network that would air at 10 pm/ET five nights a week, allowing the network to retain the host but honor his contract, which expires in a year and a half.
NBC has been looking for a way to keep Leno after he turns over his Tonight Show gig to Conan O'Brien in 2010. The promised transfer of power left the network with the challenge of finding a role for Leno, who consistently leads late-night ratings and has been sought after by various networks and studios.
Emily Procter and Adam Rodriguez, CSI: Miami
Analyzing blood pools and trace evidence is cool and all, but what makes many CSI: Miami viewers hot is the idea of teammates Calleigh and Eric getting a real clue and taking a chance at romance. Well, starting with this week's Delko-heavy episode and continuing throughout the season, such 'shippers should prepare to get what they wished for.
"It's something that's been brewing for a long time," Adam Rodriguez (Eric) tells TVGuide.com, "and for it to finally come to the surface and be addressed ...
Jeff Branson — whom you likely know as All My Children's Jonathan Lavery, but who also guested on CBS' Guiding Light a few years back as a "young" Alan Spaulding — is back on GL, this time inhabiting the role of Shayne Lewis. The thing is, thus far Shayne is going by another name over in Germany, effectively eluding Dinah's radar.
Why the chicanery? Get the inside scoop on that and Shayne's plans to confront ex-girlfriend Marina, in the video after the jump.
Julia Ling with Joshua Gomez, Chuck
Where in the world is Anna Wu? Chuck fans have asked where she's been hiding, and we found her. Following a few conspicuous absences from the Buy More staff meetings, Julia Ling reveals where her sassy salesgirl has been, and what she's up to in the coming weeks. (NBC's Chuck airs Mondays at 8m pm/ET.)
TVGuide.com: First off, I want to apologize. In last week's Mega Buzz column, I said that you had been "Wu-fully underused" this season, prompting one reader to tell me that my comment was "very offensive" and full of "prejudice."
Julia Ling: That was you?! My publicist sent me that article, and I wrote her back to say that whoever wrote that was so funny! I even sent that along to one of my writer friends to say, "This is the kind of stuff that I love."
TVGuide.com: Does it make you feel glad to know that people notice when Anna goes "missing"?
Ling: It's definitely nice for them to notice. I myself sometimes worry, "Where did Anna go?" But I have a certain number of episodes in which ...
Sci Fi's newest hit, Sanctuary — which was just picked up for a second season — is headed to a dangerous place: The Bermuda Triangle. In an intense and dramatic episode that airs on Friday (10 pm/ET), Dr. Helen Magnus (Amanda Tapping) and her colleague Dr. Will Zimmerman (Robin Dunne) get trapped in a submarine while investigating a deadly parasite attack on creatures living in the triangle. TVGuide.com spoke with Tapping, who is also executive producer, about the genesis of the episode, what it was like to film with Dunne 24/7, and what's next for the Sanctuary crew this season.
See the full Q&A after the jump.
Harry Hamlin and Lisa Rinna
Harry Hamlin and Lisa Rinna will be coming into your homes reality-style.
Hamlin and Rinna, who have been married for 11 years, have inked a deal with TV Land to star in an unscripted series that would follow the lives of the husband-and-wife duo along with their two daughters, Delilah, 10, and Amelia, 7...
Elisha Dushku with Bryan Greenberg, Nobel Son
The bad news: Tru Calling is still cancelled. The good news: Fans of Eliza Dushku have two big reasons to be excited. Not only has the Buffy alum reteamed with Joss Whedon to create Dollhouse for Fox (premiering Feb. 13), but she also rocks a rather wild role in a twisty indie hitting theaters on Friday.
Nobel Son stars October Road's Bryan Greenberg as Barkley, the son of a newly christened Nobel Prize winner (Alan Rickman) and a police psychologist (Mary Steenburgen). On the eve of jetting to Sweden for dad's big night, Barkley has an electric and amorous liaison with Dushku's character, named City Hall. That marks just the beginning of the film's very wild ride.
Dushku spoke with TVGuide.com about her Nobel endeavor, as well as shared an update on Dollhouse, which she touts as being "cool and hot and different." See what she had to reveal, after the jump.
Oprah is packing up her show and heading to Washington, D.C. — for inauguration week, that is.
The queen of daytime talk and adamant supporter of President-elect Barack Obama will be hosting The Oprah Winfrey Show in the nation's capital during the week of the presidential inauguration....