There may be love blossoming at Seattle Grace.
Ringer alum Justin Bruening has landed a recurring role on Grey's Anatomy, TVGuide.com has learned.
Bruening will play...
JR Martinez, Dr. Oz
Former Dancing With the Stars winner J.R. Martinez says his mother got him to snap out of his depression after his horrific accident in Iraq.
In 2003, Martinez was suffered severe burns on more than 34 percent of his body when his Humvee hit a landmine. Martinez underwent 33 surgeries and spent 34 months in the burn center unit of the Brooke Army Medical Center. He later became a motivational speaker which lead to a role on All My Children in 2008 and competing on Dancing in 2011.
Callie Thorne, Tamara Braun
Look who's coming to dinner on Necessary Roughness!
General Hospital alum Tamara Braun has been cast as Dr. Dani's younger sister, Ronnie, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Exclusive: Ally McBeal alum Peter MacNicol joins Necessary Roughness
Ronnie is described as...
If the stars and negotiations align, Modern Family should continue as planned.
"I expect the season to start on time," ABC chief Paul Lee told reporters at the Television Critics Association fall TV previews on Friday. "We're in the middle of negotiations. We're hopeful and optimistic to resolve it."
Mark Consuelos has joined the cast of American Horror Story for the show's sophomore season, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Andrea Gabriel has landed a recurring role on CW's Gossip Girl, Variety reports.
Gabriel, famous for her portrayal of Sayid's love Nadia on Lost, will play a Dubai businesswoman in the sixth and final season of The CW hit.
Jonathan Jackson and Anthony Geary
General Hospital won big at the 39th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, walking away with five trophies, including best drama series.
ABC's last remaining soap also won for best drama directing team, best actor for Anthony Geary (his record seventh win), best supporting actress for Nancy Lee Grahn and best supporting actor for longtime fan favorite Jonathan Jackson. Jackson left the series after...
Apparently, we had nothing to worry about. There was a collective sigh of relief in the daytime TV community last month when it was announced that the 39th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards would air Saturday, June 23 on cable channel HLN (8/7c). Up until then, it was widely believed the awards — which no network wanted — would go untelevised or end up on the Internet. But Malachy Wienges, chairman of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, tells TV Guide Magazine that he "always had two backup plans in place — including one with Reelz — if the HLN [deal] didn't happen. We would never have let these awards leave television."
It's one of TV's biggest cliffhangers: Can the soaps survive? In daytime, the outlook is murky at best for what is becoming an ever more endangered species. At night, though, the genre is once again thriving.
On ABC, where daytime soaps as legendary as All My Children have been unceremoniously retired and General Hospital hangs on by a thread, the lurid nighttime potboiler Revenge was last season's breakout guilty pleasure — and has been rewarded the plum Sunday night time period vacated by Desperate Housewives. Taking over Revenge's Wednesday slot is one of the fall's most buzzed-about pilots: the delicious Nashville, a country-fied "All About Eve" pitting veteran diva Connie Britton against scheming crossover upstart Hayden Panettiere.
Former Dancing with the Stars champ and All My Children alum J.R. Martinez will guest-star on Army Wives, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Martinez, an Iraq War vet, will play ...