Kelly Siegler and Yolanda McClary
Cold Justice has been renewed for a second season, TNT announced Tuesday.
The docu-drama follows former prosecutor Kelly Siegler and former crime-scene investigator Yolanda McClary as they solve small-town murder cases...
Allan Arbus, who played psychiatrist Maj. Sidney Freedman on M*A*S*H, died Friday at home in Los Angeles, his daughter Amy confirmed to The New York Times. He was 95.
Sometimes even network executives admit they've made mistakes. After canceling Unforgettable last year, CBS is bringing back the cop drama this summer. AMC changed its mind about dropping The Killing and, most recently, Lifetime decided to revive Drop Dead Diva.
Robert Hegyes, Welcome Back Kotter
Robert Hegyes, best known for playing Juan Epstein on Welcome Back, Kotter, died Thursday from an apparent heart attack, The Star-Ledger reports. He was 60.
A New Jersey native, Hegyes studied speech and theater at Rowan University (where he taught later in his career) before finding stage work in New York both on and off Broadway. In 1975, Hegyes was cast on...
SHE PLAYS Blacklisted CIA agent Michael Westen's chain-smoking hypochondriac mother, Madeline on USA Network's Burn Notice (Thursdays, 10/9c). "She's a little wacko and not the ideal, but I think she's growing," Gless says of the role, which this year won the series its first — and the actress her 10th — acting Emmy nomination. ...
With the 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards a few weeks away, Burn Notice's Sharon Gless is not afraid to admit that she's a bit nervous. Though she's a 10-time nominee and a two-time winner — both for her leading role in Cagney & Lacey — Gless, 67, considers herself ...
Matthew Fox, Courteney Cox
It was great to see The Good Wife, Modern Family and Glee get so much Emmys love, but let's face it, we kind of expected it. On the other hand, there were some genuine surprises in the mix — and, as always, some disappointing omissions. Read our take on the nominations, and then post your favorite surprise or most painful snub in the comments section.
Tyne Daly and Sharon Gless
Sharon Gless and Tyne Daly broke barriers as the first female dramatic leads on television, and now the Cagney & Lacey duo is reuniting to celebrate their DVD release and digital debut with full episodes now available online. Daly and Gless will be stopping TVGuide.com's studio this week to talk nostalgia and their recent projects.
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Cagney & Lacey: The Menopause Years
New releases announced April 30:
Cagney & Lacey - The Menopause Years will be coming out August 25
New Tricks - Season 1 will be coming out August 25
Route 66 - Season 3, Volume 1 will be coming out June 30
The Smurfs - Volume 2: Smurfy Tales will be coming out August 18
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Question: The return of Jericho brings up the question of how many other series have been renewed after having been officially canceled. I know some have done reunion specials or made-for-TV movies down the road, but how many have been brought back for actual episodes (even if it's just seven or so)?
Answer: Again, it's entirely possible I'll leave something out here, but the historical precedent that most immediately comes to mind is Cagney & Lacey, which was truly and most sincerely dead until a fan campaign helped revive it (which led to the formation of the sorely missed Viewers for Quality Television organization). The fact that Cagney ended up running for years and became something of an Emmy darling should give hope to those impassioned Jericho nuts. (Well, not so much the Emmy stuff in this case. ...