Angie Harmon, Sasha Alexander
TNT has announced the premieres for its summer shows, including Rizzoli & Isles, Dallas and Franklin & Bash. The network also revealed the series premiere date of Murder in the First, a new crime drama from Emmy winner Steven Bochco that stars Taye Diggs, Kathleen Robertson and Tom Felton.
Franklin and Bash better keep a close eye on their valuables!
Beloved White Collar con-man Willie Garson has landed a guest-starring role on the TNT legal series, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Garson will play Dr. Alex Schwartzman, a plastic surgeon who...
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TNT has renewed Franklin & Bash for a fourth season, TVLine reports.
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Mark-Paul Gosselaar is a dad again!
The Franklin & Bash star and his wife, Catriona McGinn, welcomed their first child, a boy named Dekker Edward Gosselaar, in Los Angeles Monday, People reports.
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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...
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Question: What do you think about new shows that have a premise that seems unsustainable beyond one season? When Revenge was announced, it seemed like a good idea for a miniseries rather than a long-term program, and with the results we saw in the second season, that doesn't seem so far off. The new CBS show Hostages sounds interesting, but it doesn't seem like something you could continue beyond the initial 15-episode run without the writers coming up with convoluted ways to keep situations from being resolved or having it turn into a different show entirely. So I guess my question is: Do you think networks are getting desperate to have instant hits and aren't thinking about whether or not the show can last and still be good? — Mike
With so many crime dramas on TV, you'd think murder would be a universal language. But FX's The Bridge (Wednesday, 10/9c), an unusually timely and troubling mystery series set on the volatile border between Texas (sleepy El Paso) and Mexico (dangerous, corrupt Juarez), uses grisly symbolism to remind us that not all victims are created equal.
The phantom killer here is driven by a social conscience, taunting police on both sides of the cultural divide:
Martin Starr (Freaks and Geeks, Party Down) is heading to TNT's Franklin & Bash, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
"We need less adventures, not more adventures." We the longtime fans of Futurama would disagree with Cyclopean Leela's assessment as the delightfully berserk outer-space toon begins its final run on Comedy Central (Wednesday, 10/9), which revived the show long after Fox dropped it.
Franklin and Bash
I now have a new reason to tune in to Franklin & Bash. When TNT's legal dramedy returns June 19, Heather Locklear will bring her signature sass as the firm's new partner, trial lawyer Rachel King, who never misses an opportunity to bash both Peter Bash (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) and Jared Franklin (Breckin Meyer). "They are frat boys who need discipline," Locklear says. "She'd really like to get rid of them."