There's a new House star coming to Bravo, and no, we're not talking about a new Real Housewife.
Bravo has picked up 13 episodes of Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce, starring House alum Lisa Edelstein, Deadline.com reports. This marks the cable network's first-ever scripted series.
From Buffy the Vampire Slayer writer Marti Noxon and based on...
Former West Wing star Richard Schiff is headed back to Washington D.C. as part of a multi-episode arc on NCIS, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Schiff will play Harper Dearing, an eccentric international businessman...
Max Thieriot has landed the lead in Roland Emmerich's untitled drama pilot for ABC, Deadline reports.
The project takes place in New York during the 2012 presidential race. During this time, Carter (Thieriot), a young astrophysics student, learns his destiny lies not in the field of science, but somewhere ...
ABC has ordered a drama pilot from Independence Day and 2012 director Roland Emmerich, Variety reports.
The project, ABC's first drama pilot pick-up for the 2012-2013 TV season, takes place in New York during the presidential race of 2012. During this time, a young...
Forest Whitaker, most recently seen in front of the camera on CBS' short-lived spin-off Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior, is back behind the scenes for his next TV project.
TNT is developing the drama project H.I.K.E. with Whitaker's Spirit Dance Entertainment production company. But Whitaker is not only an executive producer on it, he's also co-writing the drama
Ashton Kutcher and Ted Danson
CBS Entertainment President Nina Tassler is so over Charlie Sheen.
Taking questions from reporters during the CBS' fall TV preview Wednesday, Tassler dodged questions about Sheen and his very public meltdown by emphasizing her excitement about the addition of Ashton Kutcher to Two and a Half Men.
Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer strip down for Two and a Half Men poster
"Oh, where do I begin?" Tassler said when asked what she learned form the Sheen situation. "What we learned is that we have an extraordinary cast...
Teresa Lisbon and Patrick Jane
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Question: I don't agree that Patrick Jane killed the real Red John in The Mentalist finale. Bringing in a never-before-seen actor and calling him Red John is too easy and takes away from the drama of the show. Using an unknown "disposable" like this guy is indeed Red John's MO. "Who can Patrick Jane trust?" is the real central theme of the show.
As of this episode, he trusts the CBI team, finally telling them what he knows. He still doesn't trust LaRoche (what was in the plastic box?), which is probably a wise move. It could never have been Director Bertram — he was too worried about media and not about what went on. LaRoche certainly has some baggage, including killing the bomber and responding as he did when Jane was running off to spring the trap. ("Busy boy.") My guess is that LaRoche ...
Scotty McCreery and Lauren Alaina
Viewers loved American Idol's Season 10 finale this big: The two-hour season-ender, which crowned Scotty McCreery as the new champion, averaged 29.3 million viewers in crowning, nearly 20 percent more than last year's finale, according to preliminary Nielsen figures.
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CBS' already-canceled Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior hobbled to the finish, with its penultimate episode finishing second in total viewership to the season finale of the renewed Law & Order: Special Victims Unit at 10/9c. Minds' 8.35 million viewers wasn't enough to top SVU's 8.73 million. ABC managed 3.44 million for two half-hours of Happy Endings in prime time's last hour.
Gary Sinise, Forest Whitaker
CBS has renewed CSI: NY and canceled Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior.
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The episode order for CSI: NY's eighth season has not been set, but it may ...