What would Zack and Cody say?!
Former Disney star Ashley Tisdale has signed on for a much more adult role on Sons of Anarchy, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Tisdale, 26, will appear in two episodes of the FX drama as...
Perrey Reeves and Aly Michalka
Greetings and salutations are in order for Entourage's Perrey Reeves and Hellcats alum Aly Michalka, who have been cast in Breaking In's upcoming tribute to Heathers, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
As TVGuide.com previously reported, Veronica (Megan Mullally) will get a visit from her...
Scott Speer, Ashley Tisdale
High School Musical star Ashley Tisdale is back on the market.
Ashley Tisdale has sold a semi-autobiographical comedy project to ABC that she would star in and co-executive-produce, Deadline reports.
Under Construction follows a young woman who must sacrifice her independence and move back in with her family while her father...
Sarah Michelle Gellar
Ringer, starring Sarah Michelle Gellar in her much ballyhooed return to TV, drew 2.7 million viewers, according to preliminary Nielsen data, boosting The CW to its most-watched Tuesday night in two years.
The series, which has gotten decidedly mixed reviews, also scored a 1.2 rating among 18-to-49-year-olds — one-third of the 3.6 rating snagged by America's Got Talent's penultimate episode (which lured 13.20 million in viewership) at the same hour (9/8c).
The Buffy alums are taking over TV this year!
D.B. Woodside, who played Principal Robin Wood, has signed on for a multi-episode arc on Parenthood, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Ringer's Sarah Michelle Gellar: I'm not trying to re-create or top Buffy
The 42-year-old actor, whose credits also include 24 and Hellcats, will play...
Dancing With the Stars
Dancing with the Stars averaged 20.97 million viewers over its two-hour finale, wrapping up its best ratings season ever. All told, it was up 15 percent in viewership and 18 percent in the demo over last year's season-ender (a record low for the franchise's finales).
Bret Harrison, Christian Slater
Looks like Breaking In is a goner. Given a second chance for a second season to see how it would perform without American Idol's help, the show lost nearly half of its new lead-in's audience.
The Fox sitcom pulled in 3.32 million viewers at 9:30/8:30c after Raising Hope attracted 5.53 million at 9/8c — or some 44 percent less. The show — which Fox moved to Tuesday after axing it last week — also only managed a 1.4 rating among 18-to-49-year-olds. In its previous post-Idol time slot, Breaking In was averaging some 7.7 million — about two-thirds smaller than Idol's audience.
Sophia Bush, Maggie Q
The CW has renewed One Tree Hill and Nikita and pulled the plug on Hellcats.
Long-running CW soap One Tree Hill had been expected to come back for a ninth season already, so the news comes as no huge surprise. Most of the cast, including original...