TV vet Greg Grunberg has landed a guest-starring role on CSI, Entertainment Weekly reports.
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From the "Farrah-do" to "the Rachel," television has been influencing our hairstyles for decades.
When Charlie's Angels premiered in 1976, star Farrah Fawcett had no way of knowing that her wispy tresses would be copied by women well into the '80s. Jennifer Aniston's character on Friends had the same effect in the '90s, when "The Rachel" inspired layered locks everywhere.
But not all memorable TV 'dos were celebrated. Remember when Felicity's Keri Russell caused hysteria by chopping her hair off before Season 2?
Keri Russell, Matthew Rhys
On the back of The Americans' hair and makeup trailer door is a photo collage of the cast and crew each in the same wig. It's not Clark or John Denver or any other of Philip's (Matthew Rhys) and Elizabeth's (Keri Russell) follicular get-ups on the FX series — but Felicity's famous curls.
"Isn't it hilarious? I love it," Russell, the erstwhile Felicity, tells TVGuide.com with a laugh. "It's so great. I'm all about the hair!"
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So is The Americans. The spy drama has never met a wig it didn't like, outfitting Russell and Rhys in such ridiculous and fantastic espionage 'dos, ranging from dowdy to sexy, that the wigs have become the true stars of the show.
"It's really been a wild experience," Peg Schierholz, the show's hair department head, says. "Lori [Hicks, the makeup head] and I had never intended for the wigs to blow up this way. It's really amazing how much people love them. We kept getting ...
Scott Speedman will star in Ryan Murphy's HBO pilot Open, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
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Scott Foley is staying in the Shondaland family.
Foley has been promoted to series regular for the third season of Scandal, TVGuide.com has learned.
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Famed psychologist, TV personality and columnist Joyce Brothers has died, according to The Associated Press. She was 85.
Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys
On FX's new drama The Americans, two Russian spies move to the United States, start a family and spy on — you guessed it — America. Welcome to the height of the Cold War, an era when Americans lived in constant fear that the Russians could get the upper hand. The cleverness of The Americans is that the show actually gets you rooting for the bad guys. That's because, deep down, the series is a family drama — this just isn't your conventional family...
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Now that J.J. Abrams is officially onboard to direct the seventh Star Wars film, the question on everyone's mind is: But what does that mean?!
To help out, TVGuide.com put on our best deerstalkers and dived deep into Abram's television past, from Felicity all the way through Revolution. And based on our investigation, here are eight things we could expect to see in Star Wars: Episode VII:
In FX's new Cold War-era spy drama The Americans, viewers may actually find themselves rooting for... the Russians. At least that's what producers hope for.
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The Americans stars Felicity's Keri Russell and Brothers & Sisters' Matthew Rhys as married KGB sleeper agents stationed in Washington, D.C., whose entire lives in America have been carefully crafted — even down to the two children they have together — in order to protect their true identities. Despite their shady dealings and ultimate goals to topple the American government, viewers may find themselves sympathizing with the couple since, at its core, the show is a family drama.
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Goodbye, Gossip Girl! Hello, haircut!
Weeks after hanging up Blair Waldorf's signature headbands for good — star Leighton Meester has debuted a new, much shorter 'do that the prim and proper Queen B might...