Audiences apparently had zero love for Zero Hour.
The network has canceled the struggling Anthony Edwards-starring series after airing just three...
Gillian Anderson and Rachael Taylor
The X Files' Gillian Anderson and 666 Park Avenue's Rachael Taylor have joined the cast of NBC's untitled Rand Ravich pilot, TVGuide.com has learned.
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Scott Speedman, Rachael Taylor
ABC has canceled Last Resort and 666 Park Avenue, TVGuide.com has learned.
The network will...
Rachael Taylor will star opposite Dave Annable in ABC's 666 Park Avenue pilot, TVGuide.com has confirmed. The Hollywood Reporter first broke the news.
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Cougar Town is coming back. We still just don't know when.
Addressing reporters at the winter TV previews, ABC Entertainment President Paul Lee said the network is fully behind the Courteney Cox-fronted comedy that has been on the bench since last May. He did not, however, give an exact premiere date for the show's third season.
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Cougar Town's third season has been cut from 22 episodes to 15, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Maybe it's time to start preparing the #SaveCougarTown hashtag?
ABC released its midseason schedule Friday, but the Courteney Cox-starring comedy was conspicuously absent. Sources tell TVGuide.com that Cougar Town will still...
Erica Durance still might have a chance to play Wonder Woman.
No, the failed David E. Kelley pilot isn't being recast (that we know of yet), but the former Smallville star will tease superhero fans with her guest role on Harry's Law, in which she plays a lady who thinks she's the DC Comics heroine, TVLine reports.
When ABC announced its fall schedule in May, the network's critics and competitors were skeptical. Not only were its aging dramas quickly eroding, but ABC faced a formidable task in launching a whopping 13 new series.
It seemed like a tall order for ABC Entertainment Group president Paul Lee, who was coming off his first full development season at the network. But as NBC sinks into an even deeper slump, ABC has somehow managed to defy the odds. It doesn't yet boast the ratings prowess of top-rated CBS and Fox, but Lee is encouraged by his network's ability to debut a handful of promising new series.
ABC's Charlie's Angels redux didn't work, and NBC's new take on Wonder Woman never even made it to air. But just like the feature film world — where everything from Footloose to Conan the Barbarian has been recently updated — TV execs continue to mine the vaults in search of more classic titles to reboot.