Jorge Garcia has joined the cast of CBS' The Ordained, TVGuide.com has learned.
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Charlie Cox is getting Ordained.
The Boardwalk Empire star has landed the leading role on the CBS pilot, TVGuide.com has learned.
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Super news for Heroes alum Dania Ramirez: She married director John Beverly Amos Land over the weekend, US Magazine reports.
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CBS has ordered four pilots, including two from Raising Hope's executive producer Greg Garcia.
She may have moved off of Wisteria Lane, but Eva Longoria is staying close to her TV roots. The actress has signed a first-look development deal with Universal Television.
Longoria, who played Gaby Solis on Desperate Housewives for eight years, is an executive producer on the upcoming NBC matchmaking show Ready for Love, which follows...
Bravo is bulking up on scripted television.
The network is developing The Joneses, a scripted drama based on the 2009 indie film of the same name, TVGuide.com has learned.
The project, which hails from Life Unexpected's Liz Tigelaar, focuses on the all-American family the Joneses, who move to an upscale suburb. However, they're harboring a...
Marc Cherry's Devious Maids is headed to Lifetime. The network has picked up 13 episodes of the soap for a 2013 launch.
The show was originally developed this spring for ABC, but the network ultimately passed on turning the pilot into a series. Cherry's first series since Desperate Housewives ended its run, the show centers on a group of five maids who work for the rich and famous in Beverly Hills.
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Portia de Rossi has been cast as Lily Munster in NBC's upcoming Munsters reboot Mockingbird Lane, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Jerry O'Connell to play Herman Munster in NBC's Mockingbird Lane
The Arrested Development and Better Off Ted alum will play the role of the vampire matriarch made famous by Yvonne De Carlo in the 1960s series. True Blood alum Mariana Klaveno was slated for the role, but...
Lifetime is reportedly eyeing Marc Cherry's soapy Devious Maids pilot now that ABC has passed, EW reports.
The network fall lineups are starting to take shape. As execs lick their wounds, dust off their failures and prepare to try it again with a whole new crop of shows, this is the time of year when they tell themselves — and more importantly, try to convince advertisers — that next season will be different.
And sometimes it is. Witness ABC's 2004 turn-around year, when Lost and Desperate Housewives hit the air, or the 1994 season, when NBC was blessed with ER and Friends. But those game-changing years don't come along often. As we head into the mid-May network "upfront" presentations (when new series are unveiled to media buyers and bubble shows are fed their fates), here's a network-by-network guide on what to look out for.