Jesse Metcalfe, Julie Gonzalo
Jesse Metcalfe and Julie Gonzalo have joined the cast of TNT's Dallas reboot, Deadline reports.
Metcalfe, 32, will play Bobby (Patrick Duffy) and Pam Ewing's adopted son, Christopher. Gonzalo will play...
Jonny Lee Miller
Jonny Lee Miller has been tapped for a six-episode guest stint on Showtime's hit serial killer series Dexter, the network announced Friday.
No details are available about Miller's role, but a news release says that his character will be involved in a story line with ...
Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes
Is this how Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise keep their marriage hot?
The actress, who's made no secret of her musical talents, put on quite the seductive serenade for her husband at last Saturday's A Fine Romance benefit for the Motion Picture and Television Fund.
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Clad in a short black dress, Holmes, 31, belted ...
Veronica Mars alum Julie Gonzalo is headed to Castle, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Gonzalo, 28, will play a high school friend of Kate Beckett's (Stana Katic), according to Entertainment Weekly. Her character is a...
Tom Cavanagh will star in ABC's new pilot Edgar Floats, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Cavanagh (Ed, Eli Stone) will take on...
Tony Hale, Matt Letscher
Things just got awkward for Chuck's Tony Hale and Eli Stone's Matt Letscher. The pair are set to co-star in ABC's new comedy pilot, Awkward Situations for Men, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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From the man who brought you Brothers & Sisters, Eli Stone and Dirty Sexy Money comes another ABC drama, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The network gave the green light to Greg Berlanti's No Ordinary Family, so titled because...
Jason George and Chandra Wilson
Jason George, who has played go-to hunks on What About Brian, Eli Stone and Eastwick is joining Grey's Anatomy, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
George, 37, has been cast as...
Christopher Gorham and Elaine Cassidy, Harper's Island
Some recent ratings highlights:
Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader schooled 5.7 million total viewers, a 33 percent surge from its season opener. Lead-out Mental (3.68 mil), in turn, enjoyed a 250K bump.
Harper's Island sewed up 13 episodes of slicing and dicing before an audience of 3.84 mil, up 8 percent from its last outing. Elsewhere, Kings (1.64 mil) gained 340 thou and Eli Stone signed off for good with 2.76 mil.
Big Brother 11's first Sunday airing drew 6.76 million viewers, making it the night's second most-watched program (behind 60 Minutes, 7.9 mil). NBC's Merlin (3.65 mil) saw 15 percent of its audience magically disappear. The Peacock's Meteor premiered to 5.04 mil, but really — Marla Sokoloff versus Armageddon?
Lifetime's Drop Dread Diva weighed in with a premiere audience of 2.8 mil and the cabler's best delivery of women 18-49 since Army Wives' June 2007 arrival.
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Serial killer John Wakefield is still alive but why is he intent on murdering everyone — and is he acting alone? These are the two big questions fans want answered on tonight's two-hour series finale that promises to reveal all. While suspicion centers on Jimmy, is his alleged criminal past simply a red herring to throw viewers off? And what about Henry? After all, he's from the island and he planned the wedding.
Read on for previews of Eli Stone, The Gambler, the Girl and the Gunslinger, Sunny's Summer Eats and Keyshawn Johnson: Tackling Design.