Lie to Me has booked Breaking Bad's Anna Gunn for a guest spot, a show rep says.
The 42-year-old actress will play Internal Affairs Detective Jenkins, a politically savvy policewoman on...
They say it's an honor just to be nominated, but that doesn't mean the stars don't dream of seeing gold. Kyra Sedgwick, Bryan Cranston, Chris Colfer, Fred Willard, Aaron Paul and Julia Ormond were among this season's Emmy nominees who gathered at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' Performers Peer Group Cocktail Reception held at Chakra in Beverly Hills...
There are plenty of protagonists with secret lives on TV these days, but eventually the jig is up. Betty Draper knows about Dick Whitman. Nurse Jackie's husband and Walter White's wife have found out about their spouses' dealings with drugs. So how long will we have to wait before the double life of Robert/Bob Allen, the con man at the center of Fox's new family drama Lone Star, is discovered?
It's no spoiler to say that by the end of the first episode, several characters are already suspicious of Robert/Bob's comings and goings.
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"If we're lucky enough to be back next year, something will have to be significantly changed," says Amy Lippman (Party of Five), one of the show's executive producers...
James Badge Dale
The two-hour premiere of AMC's conspiracy thriller Rubicon delivered 2 million viewers Sunday, making it the highest-rated series debut in the network's history.
Fox's Glee led the winners of this year's Television Critics Association Awards, taking home statuettes for Program of the Year, Outstanding New Program and Individual Achievement in Comedy for Jane Lynch.
Modern Family (ABC) won Outstanding Achievement in Comedy, while Lost (ABC) and Breaking Bad (AMC) tied for the Outstanding Achievement in Drama prize. The group also recognized Julianna Margulies for Individual Achievement in Drama for The Good Wife (CBS).
The complete list of winners:
TV Guide Magazine sat down with the cast of Fox's Fringe to ask them five burning questions. Find out Blair Brown and Lance Reddick's favorite superheroes and what superpower they wish they had! And for more Fringe questions with Josh Jackson, Anna Torv and more, pick up TV Guide Magazine's Comic-Con Special Issue, on newsstands Monday, July 26...
Will it be three best actor drama wins in a row for Breaking Bad nominee Bryan Cranston? If so, he has just the place for his third statue. "The two Emmys are in my office, far apart, holding up a hammock that I rest in," he jokes. "So a third one could go under the hammock so if I ever get too cocky it will poke me right in the butt."
This morning, "I woke up anxious...
Kyle Chandler, Lea Michele
New faces and old veterans highlighted the prime-time Emmy nominations Thursday as freshmen series Glee, Modern Family and The Good Wife entered the ballot that includes The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien.
Glee led all series with 19 nominations, followed by two-time defending drama series winner Mad Men with ...
AMC's hit series Breaking Bad — which tells the story of a terminally ill high school chemistry teacher who starts cooking meth — can get pretty dark at times. But how would the show look like as an ABC sitcom?...
Evan Rachel Wood, True Blood
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Question: Welcome back! This question is a two-parter. I'm in love with True Blood. It's so often described as lurid, melodramatic, overripe, etc. But the glory of the show is that it's all of those things while also containing moments of startling humor or tenderness, where we actually find ourselves caring about the characters, be they supernatural or just plain natural. That tension is what makes....