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Showtime series Shameless, Californication and House of Lies will return to the airwaves on Sunday, Jan. 13, the cable network announced Monday.
Camilla Luddington has been cast in a recurring role on Grey's Anatomy, Deadline reports.
Luddington will play a young doctor on the ABC medical drama. The role has the potential to become a series regular gig.
Things are about to get even stranger than usual on Californication. Rocker Marilyn Manson will guest-star on the show's upcoming sixth season, Showtime announced Friday.
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...
Lost alum Maggie Grace has landed a major recurring role on Showtime's Californication, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Mary Lynn Rajskub, Patrick Fischler
24 alum Mary Lynn Rajskub and Lost's Patrick Fischler will guest-star on the penultimate episode of Grey's Anatomy's eighth season, TVLine reports.
David Duchovny, Californication
Showtime is working on a possible spin-off of Californication for a character to be introduced next season, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Tom Kapinos, writer and executive producer on the David Duchovny-starring series, has created a new professional groupie character named Faith who will be featured in...
Freddy Krueger is coming to Criminal Minds.
Robert Enguld, who has long portrayed the razor-handed villain in A Nightmare on Elm Street, will guest-star in an upcoming episode of the CBS procedural, Entertainment Weekly reports.
The 64-year-old actor...
Kyle Gallner and Madeleine Martin
Veronica Mars alum Kyle Gallner and Californication's Madeleine Martin will guest-star in an upcoming episode of Criminal Minds to be directed by star Matthew Gray Gubler, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Gallner and Martin will play ...
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