Arielle Kebbel, Robbie Amell
What does the future hold for Vampire Diaries vet Arielle Kebbel and Revenge grad Robbie Amell? Guest spots on Hawaii Five-0 for starters!
Terrence Howard to guest-star on Hawaii Five-0
The actors will appear together in the fourth episode of the upcoming third season as a couple who enter a...
Those still mourning the loss of Alcatraz — we won't lie, we are — will find some solace this fall when Sarah Jones joins the cast of CBS' new drama Vegas.
Vegas is inspired by the true story of Las Vegas Sheriff Ralph Lamb (Dennis Quaid), a rancher who goes up against powerful gangster Vincent Savino (Michael Chiklis) to help bring order to 1960s Sin City. Jones will play Mia, the smart and beautiful daughter of a Chicago heavy hitter, who works alongside Savino in the casino.
Alcatraz's Sarah Jones joins CBS' Vegas as new series regular
Last season, Jones also played a strong female on Fox's sci-fi drama Alcatraz, in which her character Rebecca Madsen went on the hunt for more than 300 guards and prisoners who vanished into thin air in 1963. Though the two characters are from two very different time periods, Jones says there are a few similarities between them...
Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu
Last fall, eight of the top 10 shows added to Watchlist were picked up for a full season. Coincidence -- or are TVGuide.com users just that savvy at picking winners? And will they have the same Midas touch this year?
What is a Watchlist? This video explains
We're going to find out. Since May, when the networks announced their fall lineups at the annual upfronts presentations, we've been tracking which shows users were most excited about, as evidenced by their addition to Watchlists. Three months later, we've got a lot of data from our 500,000+ Watchlist users. So far, for example, users are generally more interested in...
Sarah Jones, who starred in Fox's short-lived sci-fi drama Alcatraz, is joining CBS' Vegas as a new series regular, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Vegas, starring Dennis Quaid and Michael Chiklis, is inspired by the true story of...
Maggie Q, Jeffrey Pierce
Nikita fans won't have to wait long to find out where their favorite cleaner has been once The CW action-drama returns this fall.
The series' Comic-Con panel kicked off Thursday with the confirmation that...
Maggie Grace, Jorge Garcia
Jorge Garcia is finally getting off the island.
The Lost and Alcatraz alum has landed a guest-starring role on Californication, where he'll be reunited...
Kiefer Sutherland, Sarah Jones, George Stults
Good news and bad news at Fox on Wednesday.
The network axed freshman series Alcatraz and The Finder, while renewing Kiefer Sutherland's Touch, according to Deadline and their sister site TVLine. Fox declined to comment until their Upfront presentation next week.
Fall TV Scorecard: Which shows are returning? Which aren't?
Alcatraz, the mystery series from...
Community, 30 Rock, Touch
This time of year can be brutal for TV fans. In the next few weeks, a number of shows will be canceled to make room for fall's new kids. The sad reality is that for every The Playboy Club or Charlie's Angels sent to the TV graveyard with little to no fuss, there's a handful of beloved shows that we're not ready to part with just yet. Behold, here are the shows we're desperately hoping the execs will give one more chance. (Click here to see our picks in photo gallery form!)
32 Bubble Shows: Which will survive?
30 Rock (NBC)
So Alec Baldwin continues to announce he's leaving the show. So viewership is, OK, the smallest it's ever been. So it isn't exactly a spring chicken, having been on the air for six seasons. So? So what! It's still, for our money, one of the sharpest comedies on network television, with a top-tier cast able to handle Tina Fey's fast and furious funnies, and TV's best guest stars, who just love to come and play (and play against type — More. Jon. Hamm. Please.) Please, NBC sirs, can we have s'more?...
Courteney Cox, Joel McHale, Joshua Jackson
Will Community graduate to a Season 4? Can Fringe find a renewal in this universe? Have we seen the last of Cougar Town's cul-de-sac gang? The networks are about to decide which shows to cut and keep for this fall. Are your favorites in jeopardy, or can you relax? We offer an analysis of what's to come, so you can prepare for the worst — fans of Breaking In, just be glad for the time you had — if things are looking iffy....
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