Sophia Bush (One Tree Hill), Tom Welling (Smallville)
The CW is taking page from last year's fall playbook by kicking off early and with the premiere of 90210. The network's rollout plan also features a surprise or two.
Annie, Naomi and the gang's adventures will continue Tuesday, Sept. 8, at 8 pm/ET. Leading out of 90210 will be — déjà vu alert! — the premiere of the new Melrose Place.
Also of note on the CW's schedule is a time-slot swap for ...
Forget the ER. This fall, NBC hits the road with a different kind of medical show: their new EMT drama Trauma. Stars Derek Luke and Aimee Garcia give us the lowdown on shooting on location in San Francisco and explain what it was like to do ride-alongs with real-life paramedics.
Watch the video after the jump.
Young Hollywood and TVGuide.com take you behind the scenes of Parenthood and Community, two of NBC's promising fall sitcoms.
First, Dax Shepard gives you the inside scoop on Parenthood, the remake of the Ron Howard film. (He plays the Keanu Reeves role.) Then, Joel McHale, "aka Ryan Seacrest," talks about the ethically challenged lawyer (redundant?) he plays in Community, which co-stars Chevy Chase.
Watch the video after the jump.
Hugh Laurie, Cat Deeley, Matthew Morrison
Fox has announced the fall premiere dates for its new and returning shows, and the network is looking to kick the whole thing off with a little song and <i>Dance</i>/
Leading the prime-time pack in September will be a combo So You Think You Can Dance's first-ever fall debut and the "premiere" of the musical comedy Glee, airing Wednesday, Sept. 16. Viewers got their first sample of Glee last month, following American Idol's final performance show.
Fox is also playing to its strengths by giving the sixth season of House a two-hour launch, on Sept. 21.
See how the full schedule shakes out after the jump.
Eric Roberts, Linda Park
Starz has revealed the ensemble for Season 2 of Crash, its smaller-screen adaptation of the acclaimed film, and Dennis Hopper has some interesting new co-stars.
Eric Roberts (Star 80, Heroes) is joining the cast as Seth, a billionaire who aspires to bring a new pro football team to Los Angeles, while Julie Warner (Doc Hollywood) will play ...
NBC wants to get you in the habit of seeing Jay Leno in his earlier time slot, and to that end has begun airing at 10 o'clock sharp promos that feature the late-night vet cracking wise.
"From the moment he left The Tonight Show until the moment [The Jay Leno Show] starts, there won't be a day where Jay doesn't appear on NBC," NBC Universal TV Group chief marketing officer John Miller told Variety. "We want to create a 10 o'clock habit."
Thus far the promos have ...
Desperate Housewives' Marcia Cross, Grey's Anatomy's Patrick Dempsey
ABC, perhaps going alphabetically, has emerged as the first major network to unveil its calendar of fall premiere dates... for a good portion of its programming, at least. See exactly what the network has planned, after the jump.
Robert Knepper, Madeline Zima
It's a beast ... and a beauty.
Robert Knepper, who repulsed yet riveted Prison Break fans as the vile Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell, is joining NBC's Heroes as this season's big baddie, says the Hollywood Reporter.
Also, a show rep confirms that Californication's Madeline Zima is coming on board as Claire's new gal pal.
In the Season 4 volume "Redemption," Knepper will play ...
The Jay Leno Show will debut on Sept. 14, NBC announced Tuesday. The show will air Monday through Friday at 10 pm/ET, eating up one-third of the Peacock's once-valuable prime time programming space.
Among the shows affected by the resulting schedule shuffle are Law & Order; SVU, which moves to Wednesdays at 9, and the original Law & Order, which unspools its record-tying 20th season on Fridays at 8. (See our full fall TV grid here for more details.)
Tonight Show successor Conan O'Brien...
T.R. Knight, Grey's Anatomy
Grey's Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes is nipping in the bud talk that the role of George — who last was seen barely alive after being mauled, mangled and mashed in a bus accident — will be recast with a new actor.
"A hilarious, ridiculous rumor" is how Rhimes, via Twitter, qualified the speculation.
Getting someone new to play a surgically made-over George would conveniently pave the way for T.R. Knight to vacate the role ...