It looks like Eli Gold (Alan Cumming) has his work cut out for him on the upcoming season of The Good Wife.
Kristin Chenoweth has snagged a recurring role on the acclaimed CBS drama as a...
strong>Question: As Mad Men's season begins to wrap up, I wonder what your take on it is.
Private Practice, Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23
ABC has renewed dramas Private Practice and Body of Proof, along with freshman comedies Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 and Last Man Standing, TVGuide.com has confirmed...
Pan Am, GCB, Missing
ABC's Pan Am has finally been officially grounded.
On the heels of ordering nine new series Friday, the Alphabet officially canceled the high-flying 1960s soap after pulling it off the schedule in February after airing only 14 episodes.
Fall TV Scorecard: Which shows are returning? Which aren't?
ABC also canceled freshman series GCB, The River and Missing. GCB, starring...
Marcia Cross and Scott Bakula
ABC topped Sunday in the coveted adults 18-to-49 demographic as Desperate Housewives grew in its penultimate airing.
Housewives earned 9.3 million viewers and a 2.8 rating, growing 16 and 12 percent, respectively. The audience was the show's second-largest all season, while the rating ...
The Good Wife closed out its third season on a low note.
The CBS drama drew 9.83 million viewers and a 1.7 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic Sunday, dropping 11 percent from last week to tie a season low in the demo. In comparison, its Season 2 finale, which aired on a Tuesday last year, earned 12.6 million viewers ...
Hugh Laurie, Robert Sean Leonard
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Question: Needless to say, the very end of last week's House episode was a shocker. Do you think that this will be some catalyst to finally cause a permanent change in House and that the last episodes are watching that happen? That being said, I hope that next week's portrayed ending is not as drastic as it appears [in the teaser]. Irony aside, it just wouldn't be fair to the impacted character, and it would be too pedestrian a reason for such a transformation in House. — Suzie
Community, 30 Rock, Touch
This time of year can be brutal for TV fans. In the next few weeks, a number of shows will be canceled to make room for fall's new kids. The sad reality is that for every The Playboy Club or Charlie's Angels sent to the TV graveyard with little to no fuss, there's a handful of beloved shows that we're not ready to part with just yet. Behold, here are the shows we're desperately hoping the execs will give one more chance. (Click here to see our picks in photo gallery form!)
32 Bubble Shows: Which will survive?
30 Rock (NBC)
So Alec Baldwin continues to announce he's leaving the show. So viewership is, OK, the smallest it's ever been. So it isn't exactly a spring chicken, having been on the air for six seasons. So? So what! It's still, for our money, one of the sharpest comedies on network television, with a top-tier cast able to handle Tina Fey's fast and furious funnies, and TV's best guest stars, who just love to come and play (and play against type — More. Jon. Hamm. Please.) Please, NBC sirs, can we have s'more?...
Heidi Klum isn't the only woman going nude for Allure's May Issue.
Smash's Debra Messing...
Sandra Bernhard, GCB
The God-fearin' ladies of ABC's GCB are about to face their biggest adversary this side of Satan when the fabulously outrageous Sandra Bernhard guest stars on the ABC soap's May 6 season finale (or series finale, depending upon ABC's pick-up plans).
Bernhard plays Jewish eco terrorist Debby Horowitz, who kidnaps the ladies at the ground-breaking of the Condos for Christian Living, a resort they've invested in.