Ian McShane has joined the long list of stars heading to American Horror Story: Asylum.
The Deadlwood alum has landed a role on the second season of the anthology series, as first announced by series co-creator Ryan Murphy on Wednesday.
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Another mysterious man is coming to Once Upon a Time.
Sebastian Stan, who recently starred opposite Chris Evans in Captain America, will guest-star in an upcoming episode of the ABC fairy tale series, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. Details on his role are...
Chris Egan has been tapped to star in ABC's Poe, TVGuide.com has learned.
Poe, a period crime procedural, centers on Edgar Allan Poe (Egan), who uses unconventional methods to investigate dark mysteries in 1840s Boston.
Former Kings star Allison Miller has joined Fox's Terra Nova, a rep tells TVGuide.com.
Jason O'Mara returns to time-traveling for Terra Nova
Produced by Steven Spielberg and headlined by Jason O'Mara, the time-traveling drama ...
CSI: Miami's Eddie Cibrian, Brothers & Sisters' Rob Lowe and 90210's Jennie Garth
I am trying to get my hands on some scoops for next season of CSI: Miami. — Jennifer
TIM: How about some insight into new series regular Eddie Cibrian's arrival? We haven't heard much about him lately. Cibrian's Jesse Cardoza, a transfer from Los Angeles, gets taken hostage on his very first day. During the crisis, he performs a heroic deed that requires him to take off his shirt, as heroic deeds often do. But Cardoza's first day won't come until Season 8's second episode: The Sept. 21 season premiere will flash back to 1997, when we'll learn about his past connection to Horatio.
Is there any word on a Season 4 premiere for Brothers & Sisters? — Dave
MATT: Yes, ABC (finally) set a Sept. 27 return for the Walkers. Among the storylines you can watch for this fall: Kitty and Robert are still...
Ratings highlights from the weekend:
The series finale of NBC's Kings commanded 1.81 million total viewers, gaining 15 percent week-to-week. ABC's Dirty Sexy Money played to 1.83 mil, dropping 15 percent from its first (questionable) episode back.
With an audience of 6.17 million viewers, Big Brother 11 was up 590K from its previous nomination ceremony and was the night's second-most watched program, trailing only its lead-in, 60 Minutes.
NBC's Merlin held steady at 4.2 mil, while lead-out The Storm (starring James Van Der beek and David James Elliot) premiered Part 1 to 4.9 mil, which is on par with the debut of time-slot predecessor Meteor.
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Lee Pace, Pushing Daisies
Recapping some recent ratings highlights:
• On Saturday night, NBC's Kings returned to an audience of 1.59 million total viewers, CBS' Harper's Island (3.17 mil) dropped 12 percent, and the series finale of ABC's Pushing Daisies delivered 2.24 mil. Coming this Saturday: The first of the last Eli Stone episodes!
• ABC's coverage of Sunday's NBA Finals drew 10.12 million viewers, the biggest audience for a Game 5 since 2004. On average, this year's Magic-Lakers series retained 95 percent of 2008's Celtics-Lakers finals.
• The CW's timely broadcast of the original The Taking of Pelham One Two Three scored 2.15 mil.
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Supernatural - Season 4
New releases announced today, June 3:
Fame - Seasons 1 & 2 will be coming out September 15
Two and a Half Men - The Complete 6th Season will be coming out September 1
Kings - The Complete Series will be coming out September 8
Smallville - The Complete 8th Season (DVD & Blu-ray) will be coming out August 25
Supernatural - The Complete 4th Season (DVD & Blu-ray) will be coming out September 1
Visit TVShowsOnDVD.com for the complete stories on these and other news items.
Harper's Island, Parks and Recreation, Surviving Suburbia
Can ABC's Better Off Ted produce laughs as well as far-out inventions? Is Parks and Recreation worthy of Amy Poehler's talents? Does Harper's Island slay us? Now that TV's new spring shows have had a few weeks to strut their stuff, TVGuide.com's senior editors gauge their areas of excellence — and how they can improve.
Kings' Ian McShane and Christopher Egan
Mel Brooks was wrong — it's not good to be the king.
NBC has once again shuttled around Kings, its ambitious if poorly received new drama series, yanking it from its Saturdays-at-8 slot after just one airing. Kings originally called Sunday home, but was banished after four low-rated outings.
Kings now will conclude its freshman run ...