Hot in Cleveland
TV Land's Hot in Cleveland will no doubt be better off with the arrival of likable Better Off Ted star Jay Harrington. Harrington and Heather Locklear join the sitcom in the Nov. 28 season premiere as Melanie's (Valerie Bertinelli) new bosses.
One Day at a Time star Bonnie Franklin has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, USA Today reports.
The actress is currently undergoing her treatment and...
Stephen Dunham, who starred in several television shows including NBC's DAG, died last week after suffering a heart attack, Variety reports.
This past April's TV Land Awards reunited the cast of the 1975-84 Norman Lear sitcom One Day at a Time. During the reunion, Valerie Bertinelli told me she was campaigning hard for her old co-star Pat Harrington Jr. (a.k.a. Dwayne Schneider) to guest star on her current TV Land sitcom, Hot in Cleveland.
Lost actor Alan Dale is headed to TV Land's Hot in Cleveland to romance one of the ladies.
In a pair of episodes set to air in December, the former Charles Widmore, who also recurs as King George on ABC's Once Upon A Time, will play a man named Emmett who has an eye for Victoria Chase (Wendie Malick).
Shannon Woodward, Melanie Griffith
Melanie Griffith is in final negotiations to join Raising Hope as Sabrina's mom, E! Online reports.
Little is known about the role other than that the Working Girl actress would appear in multiple episodes this coming season. Stephen Root played...
Melrose Place alum Heather Locklear will join the cast of Hot in Cleveland in Season 4, TVLine.com reports.
Similar to Melrose's Amanda, Locklear's Hot character works in...
Sarah Jessica Parker
Forget fresh air! There's no better way to celebrate Memorial Day Weekend than logging some serious quality-viewing time on the sofa watching endless hours of TV. But what to watch? Check out a selection of the many holiday-weekend marathons the networks have planned:
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Betty White and Jennifer Love Hewitt
Betty White is continuing her tour of every TV show on the air.
The Hot in Cleveland star will drop by The Client List this summer for its first season finale, People reports.
James Denton is proving there's life after death on Wisteria Lane. Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry has invited James, along with a handful of other actors who took their deaths gracefully (ahem), to appear in the May 13 series ender.
"I'm pretty stoked," says the former Mike Delfino. "A lot of great actors will be on that street — Steven Culp [Rex], Roger Bart [George], Richard Burgi [Karl], among others. If you gotta be dead, that's pretty good company." Add Lupe Ontiveros (Mama Solis) to the list, plus at least one more victim who will die in the finale, Marc says.