Benjamin Stockham and David Walton
Jason Katims is known for making people cry. Now, he wants to make people laugh.
The executive producer behind TV cryfests Friday Night Lights and Parenthood is once again pulling from the big screen for his latest series, the half-hour comedy About a Boy, premiering Saturday after the Olympics on NBC.
Based on the 1998 Nick Hornby novel and the 2002 Hugh Grant film of the same name, About a Boy stars David Walton as Will Freeman, a ...
Bent star David Walton will star opposite JoAnna Garcia in CBS' untitled comedy from Greg Berlanti and Greg Malins, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
As first reported by Deadline, Walton replaces Bryan Greenberg, who exited the project Wednesday after the pilot's table read. Walton will play...
ABC has ordered drama series Missing to premiere this summer, the network announced Thursday.
Formerly titled Safe and Hall of Mirrors, Missing follows a former CIA agent who travels to Europe to find her son after he disappears in Italy while abroad for an internship. The project was written by Greg Poirier (National Treasure: Book of Secrets) and is executive-produced by Gina Matthews and Grant Scharbo (The Gates).
ABC orders Pan Am, Edgar Allan Poe pilots
The network is also in the midst of ordering pilots for the 2011-12 season. On Wednesday, ABC ordered the...
Flash-forward six months into the future and this once-promising sci-fi series isn't on ABC's schedule. Be that as it may, this finale should hopefully provide some solace to the show's fans: While the world waits to confirm that the mass visions were actual peeks into the future and not vivid hallucinations, Mark learns the date of the next blackout while Simon and Demetri seek to stop it by hacking into the NLAP mainframe.
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Reiko Aylesworth, Louise Lombard and Julia Ormond
New shows that looked good enough for a fall pick-up are fine-tuning their casts before going into production.
For starters, CSI alum Louise Lombard will not be making the trek to NCIS: Los Angeles, despite having appeared in the two NCIS episodes that served as a backdoor pilot. The spin-off instead will recast its female lead.
Similarly, says the Hollywood Reporter, CBS' Three Rivers is on the hunt for ...