Noah Wyle is back on call. The ER alum plays Dr. Evans, a mad scientist in Davenport's secret laboratory, on the Dec. 2 episode of the Disney XD sitcom Lab Rats.
Mira Sorvino has landed a guest-starring arc on Falling Skies, TNT announced Monday.
The Oscar winner will play...
Rebecca Romijn, Jon Tenney, Catherine Bell
Freshman drama King & Maxwell will not live to see another season.
The procedural, starring The Closer vet John Tenney and Ugly Betty alum Rebecca Romijn, has been canceled by...
Noah Wyle and Erika Forest
Falling Skies won't be back until next summer, but TV Guide Magazine has an early tease for Season 4. Production on the alien invasion drama began in Vancouver last week and TNT sent along this video from the first day. Though few plot details are disclosed, cast members do reveal that we'll be seeing more of the 2nd Mass. in 2014: The show's episode order has been increased from 10 to 12.
Angie Harmon, Sasha Alexander
TNT has renewed its summer series Rizzoli & Isles, Major Crimes and Perception, the network announced Thursday. The shows join Falling Skies, which was also recently picked up for a fourth season.
TNT has renewed Falling Skies for a fourth season, the network announced Tuesday.
Falling Skies, which has been...
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Fixer, fix thyself. Easier said than done in the gaudy cesspool of soul-sucking mendacity we call Hollywood, where Ray Donovan plies his gruff trade as the strong and silent go-to problem-solver of the stars. Showtime's Ray Donovan (Sunday, 10/9c), the summer's best and boldest new show, is a Scandal for the serious-minded: outrageously compelling and teeming with sinister surprise, yet never seeming crazily sensational as it goes to emotional and violent extremes.
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Is it fall yet? I need to know what happens between Rayna and Deacon on Nashville! — Michelle
ADAM: They'll make it out of their finale car accident with only bumps and bruises, but the emotional injuries will be far more serious. "They are never going to have [a] smooth-sailing relationship," creator Callie Khouri tells us, pointing to Deacon's discovery that he's Maddie's father. "[Season 2] is not going to look like Father Knows Best. I don't think Deacon ever thought of himself as father material. We'll see him grapple with... whether or not he's right." Worse, given Deacon's dangerous bender, Rayna will feel even more justified in her decision to lie. "She was kind of right not to tell him," Khouri says. "He couldn't handle it."
OMG! Are all our favorite vampires going to die on True Blood?! — Harold
NATALIE: Bill's prophecy looked pretty damn scary, right?
There's a lot of catching up to do as the third season of TNT's alien-invasion sci-fi action series Falling Skies gets underway Sunday, with a two-hour opener (9/8c) understandably if regrettably heavy on exposition in between the elaborate battle scenes. As reported in TV Guide Magazine's current Sci-Fi Preview issue, and emphasized for what seems at least a dozen times during the premiere, seven months have passed since last season's surprise ending, when a new alien force introduced itself to the human ...