The Kennedys miniseries has finally found a home: ReelzChannel.
ReelzChannel CEO Stan Hubbard told The Hollywood Reporter that the first two episodes will air Sunday, April 3, with the remaining six to air on successive nights that week.
The pickup comes nearly a month after A&E Television Networks abruptly dropped the project from its History channel — starring Greg Kinnear and Katie Holmes as John F. Kennedy and Jackie Kennedy, respectively — because it is "not a fit for the History brand."
NCIS: Los Angeles
When last we saw Peter Cambor on NCIS: Los Angeles, his character, operational psychologist Nate Getz, was packing up his office for a secret assignment.
Exclusive: What's next for NCIS: Los Angeles' Nate?
Nate returns in Tuesday's episode, and while the team reunion may be sweet, don't expect an abundance of revelations about Nate's disappearance.
"The mystery still remains as to where exactly he's gone, but what you need to know is he's done some special training to improve the skill set he already has," Cambor tells TVGuide.com. "You get to see my new skills come to use, and I'll say it's not like he went to typing school."
Indeed, Nate goes undercover at a prison with Sam...
The Good Wife
The Good Wife fans have seen various sides of smooth-talking young lawyer Cary Agos (Matt Czuchry). They've even seen him high on mushrooms. Viewers will get to see yet another side Tuesday when the legal drama goes behind enemy lines and shows the inner workings of the state's attorney's office.
"We wanted to show that there are no true heroes and no true villains in our universe and they are working for what they believe is right just as much as Lockhart-Gardner is," co-creator and executive producer Michelle King tells TVGuide.com.
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Tuesday's case of the week — when Alicia's client confesses under duress to murdering a fellow prison inmate — will show the legal fight from Cary's and the prosecution's point of view.
"Everybody has their own struggles with the moral questions that they face...
Lie To Me
Lie to Me's third season finale Monday and the uncertainty of its future left fans hungry for more — more criminal psychology, more romantic tensions and more of Tim Roth talking with his mouth full.
In the Fox drama, the Lightman Group specializes in interpreting microexpressions and body language, and leader Cal Lightman (Roth) is an expert at manipulating his own body's language to fluster and confuse people into inadvertently revealing their true motives. Executive producers Alexander Cary and David Graziano explain that Roth deliberately created Lightman's odd food mannerisms as part of his character's work strategy.
The Screen Actors Guild Awards are a time to celebrate actors, and what better way to do that than by celebrating their favorite scenes — plus, it's an easy way to get scoop on our favorite TV shows, including Modern Family, Glee and 30 Rock.
9. Modern Family: Julie Bowen's all-time favorite scene will always be the kids walking in on Claire and Phil (Ty Burrell) having sex, but an upcoming episode may rival that excitement. "This year's Valentine's Day episode is pretty insane," Bowen says. "It's different than last year's. Clive and Julianna are back, but Clive is in the more compromising position this time instead of Julianna."
Boardwalk Empire, The King's Speech top SAG Awards
8. Glee: The series will start to explore Santana (Naya Rivera) and Brittany's relationship on a deeper level. "A lot of my stuff is getting generally serious in a way," Heather Morris says. "We just got a new script. ... Santana and Brittany don't want to...
Here are our top moments of the 2011 Screen Actors Guild Awards:
10. Most Nurturing: "It shouldn't be called the SAG award, it should be called the Uplifting Award," The King's Speech actor Geoffrey Rush says on behalf of the cast, before giving nods to the movie's supporting actors, including his on-screen family and Freya Wilson, who played the young future Queen Elizabeth. His SAG family must be very proud.
9. The Kanye West Memorial Award: Has someone been enjoying a little post-Prohibition tipple? A spacey, dark-lipped Paz de la Huerta commandeers the mic after Steve Buscemi's speech for Boardwalk Empire's drama ensemble win, to thank the people on her own list.
Spartacus: Gods of the Arena
Friday's episode of Spartacus: Gods of the Arena delivered plenty of blood and bosoms, but like the vengeance Batiatus sought against Tullius, the good stuff wasn't served up until later.
Let's just get the pesky plot stuff out of the way first, shall we? With Gaia's help, Batiatus maneuvered Gannicus into the next tournament and got back at both Tullius and Vettius. That'll show you to beat, blackball and urinate on him. Over at the ludus, it was all about upward movement: Crixus caught Gaia's eye and proved to be semi-worthy competition against Gannicus, the Syrians got branded and Oenomaus was promoted to Doctore after a heartbreaking battle.
Former Vampire Diaries actor Taylor Kinney will guest-star on CSI: NY, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
See photo of Kinney on Vampire Diaries
And Kinney, who played Diaries werewolf Mason Lockwood, hasn't lost his murderous instinct. He will play Jayson Luck, who attacks and kills someone he believes to be an old man on a subway platform.
Unfortunately for Jayson, the crime is witnessed by Ellie, the daughter of Sela Ward's Jo...
It's difficult to believe that the creators of Showtime's Episodes are not holding a grudge against network TV.
Their last series, the CBS sitcom The Class, was axed after one short season, and their follow-up comedy (for cable, natch) is nothing if not an indictment of how the worst broadcast shows get made, sometimes in spite of a great idea. Just take a gander at Episodes' fictional network honcho, a crass and careless tyrant who transforms an urbane British hit about the headmaster of an elite boys school into a broad comedy for American audiences starring Matt LeBlanc.