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FX Casts Michael Cera in Charlie Kaufman Comedy Pilot, Announces Archer CD

Michael Cera

At Tuesday's Television Critics Association winter TV previews, FX CEO John Landgraf reported the cable networks was up 2 percent in the adults 18-49 demographic and 4 percent total. read more

Raising Hope Scoop: Martha Plimpton's Dad Keith Carradine to Guest-Star

Keith Carradine

Martha Plimpton's real-life father Keith Carradine will guest-star on an upcoming episode of Raising Hope, TVLine.com reports.

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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Lost's Titus Welliver to Reprise Role From Marvel Short Film

Titus Welliver

Titus Welliver is set to reprise his role from Marvel One-Shot: Item 47 on Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Marvel announced Thursday.

In Item 47, which was released on The Avengers Blu-ray, the Lost alum played... read more

Report: Omar Gooding Arrested for DUI

Omar Gooding

Omar Gooding was allegedly arrested for driving under the influence on Tuesday, TMZ.com reports.

The younger brother of actor Cuba Gooding Jr. was reportedly arrested in Los Angeles and released hours later on his own recognizance. Further details: read more

Exclusive: Criminal Minds Scares Up Cuckoo's Nest and Chucky Star Brad Dourif

Brad Dourif

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and Chucky star Brad Dourif will guest-star in an episode of Criminal Minds to be directed by star Matthew Gray Gubler, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

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Deadwood Alum Ian McShane Joins American Horror Story: Asylum

Ian McShane

Ian McShane has joined the long list of stars heading to American Horror Story: Asylum.

The Deadlwood alum has landed a role on the second season of the anthology series, as first announced by series co-creator Ryan Murphy on Wednesday.

Watch the first five minutes of American Horror Story: Asylum

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Weekend TV in Review: Comings (Boss, Strike Back) and Goings (Political Animals)

Kelsey Grammer

Following, some thoughts on another very busy weekend of summer TV. (At this point, I'm almost looking forward to the fall season starting, so I can catch my breath.)

CHI-TOWN CHICANERY: Corruption, mendacity, a thick smog of cynicism. Ain't we got fun? And so the audaciously downbeat political drama Boss returns to Starz (Friday, 9/8c), anchored and dominated yet again by Kelsey Grammer's tremendous performance as Chicago mayor (aka "boss" man) Tom Kane. A self-righteous bastard and unrepentant bully, this Machiavellian manipulator is notorious for "sacrificing that which is most precious for his political survival" (including sending his own daughter to prison and having his once-trusted turncoat adviser killed). Juggling more baggage than O'Hare during a blizzard, Kane is also beset by demons, manifesting as visions and hallucinations and ghosts, all symptoms of a debilitating brain disease — or maybe it's just good old guilt.

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Exclusive: White Collar Elects Titus Welliver and Reed Diamond for Guest Roles

Titus Welliver, Reed Diamond

White Collar has snagged The Good Wife's Titus Welliver and 24 vet Reed Diamond for guest-starring roles this coming season, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

Welliver, 51, will play Senator Terrence Pratt, a prominent politician with ties to Neal's crooked cop father. Sen. Pratt will do whatever it takes to... read more

Is HBO's Horse-Racing Series Luck a Big Gamble?

Dustin Hoffman

Pick Six. Furlong. Backstretch. Quinella. Trifecta. Daily Double.

These are just a few of the racetrack terms that may be thrown around in HBO's new horse-racing series Luck, which premieres Sunday at 9/8c. From executive producers David Milch and Michael Mann, the gritty show looks at the owners, jockeys and the degenerate gamblers in the horse-racing world.

While the lingo, the setting and the overall story line may feel alien to those who don't frequent one of the more than 100 racetracks around the United States, Milch, the man behind Deadwood and NYPD Blue, says that shouldn't deter viewers from watching. "It's... read more

Pilot Season: Paula Malcomson to Star Opposite Liev Schreiber in Showtime's Ray Donovan

Paula Malcomson

Paula Malcomson has been cast as the female lead in Showtime's Ray Donovan pilot, Deadline.com reports.

Liev Schreiber to star in Showtime's Ray Donovan

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Premiered: March 21, 2004, on HBO
Rating: TV-MA
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Premise: A potent, unusually vivid (and profane) Western about a late-1870s South Dakota settlement in the aftermath of Little Big Horn. Creator David Milch defends the seemingly nonstop expletives and brutality as a factual depiction of the era's lawlessness and its rough-and-tumble types, such as legendary gunslinger Wild Bill Hickok and saloonkeeper Al Swearengen (Golden Globe winner Ian McShane).

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