Terry O'Quinn, Anthony Edwards
Fans of canceled series Do No Harm, Zero Hour and 666 Park Avenue will be able to get some closure. The shows' final episodes will air on Saturdays beginning in June, The Futon Critic reports.
Question: Zero Hour canceled. OK. I get it. The ratings were too low in that time slot. But then I don't get it. This was, what, a planned 10-episode season? Three down, seven to go. It was always planned to be a mid-season short-run program. Aren't all the episodes already filmed and ready for broadcast? So the ratings are so low that they are willing to call it a complete loss? And execs think that reruns will generate more revenue in that same slot against the same competition? If you are losing the time slot ratings already, how does airing reruns change that result? And why not move shows like this to Saturday? They have already given up on Saturday programming as it is. At least let seasons like this run their course. — Joe
Gillian Anderson and Rachael Taylor
The X Files' Gillian Anderson and 666 Park Avenue's Rachael Taylor have joined the cast of NBC's untitled Rand Ravich pilot, TVGuide.com has learned.
In the drama...
Brothers & Sisters alum Dave Annable is heading to another sibling-centered show.
Annable will guest-star as a hot college professor on an upcoming episode of Fox's Ben and Kate, TVGuide.com has learned.
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Question: I rely on your advice for new shows, so is The Following worth watching? I love Kevin Bacon, but I have given up on The Mentalist because of the whole Red John thing. If they had laid that to rest when it appeared that they did, I would still be watching. It seems like this new show will be very similar, but I haven't heard enough to make a decision. What do you think? — Tom
Melissa Rycroft and Tony Dovalani
For ABC Entertainment President Paul Lee, the Alphabet network's fall schedule was a bit of a mixed bag.
"We have a lot to shout about and we also have a lot to do," Lee told reporters at the Television Critics Association winter TV previews on Thursday. The network, which finished 2012 in third place behind NBC and Fox, struggled to launch new shows -- new dramas Last Resort and 666 Park Avenue were canceled; Nashville is solid, though Lee wishes he had more viewers in the 35-to-49 demographic — and saw previous ratings juggernaut Dancing with the Stars slide to new lows. "Turns out people like to...
Another Lost reunion is in the works on Hawaii Five-0.
Terry O'Quinn will reprise his role as retired SEAL Joe White on the CBS drama later this season, the network tweeted.
Terry O'Quinn, Vanessa Williams and Rachael Taylor
ABC is moving 666 Park Avenue out of some prime real estate.
ABC has pulled the supernatural drama from Sundays at 10/9c and will replace the show with new episodes of...
Emily Vancamp, Barry Sloane
ABC's Sundays shows closed out their fall runs on a good note.
Fall TV Report Card: How's the new class doing?
Once Upon a Time held steady with 9.1 million viewers and a 3.1 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic ...
Once Upon a Time bounced back Sunday from a series low two weeks ago.
The ABC drama drew 8.8 million viewers and a 3.0 in the adults ...