Scrubs alum Sarah Chalke will star in ABC's pilot How to Live With Your Parents for the Rest of Your Life.
Jason Biggs is headed to court on The Good Wife, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The American Pie actor, 33, will play a lawyer who is represented by Lockhart & Gardner when he's sued for...
Sarah Chalke is going to Cougar Town, TVLine reports.
The Scrubs star has landed a multi-episode arc on the ABC sitcom as Angie, Travis' photography teacher who ...
CBS has already revealed that Ashton Kutcher's Two and a Half Men character is heartbroken, and now we know who's to blame. Judy Greer has signed on to join the cast of Men in a recurring role as Kutcher's soon-to-be ex-wife.
Greer will play Bridget, who's in the process of divorcing Internet billionaire Walden Schmidt (Kutcher). She'll be seen in several episodes of the show.
A brand new Happy Endings? In August? A. Mah. Zing!
Instead of running all the first-year episodes of the underrated mid-season sitcom, ABC secretly held back on us and sat on a single unaired outing until last night. Why? Who knows, maybe they were too busy feeling bad about Mr. Sunshine to keep proper count.
Anyway, we're not complaining because this meant we got a late-summer reminder of what a clever, addictive little treat this ...
Castle enjoyed killer ratings as it killed off one character and ended with a cliff-hanger in the Season 3 finale, winning its time slot by drawing 13.21 million viewers.
The show posted its best ratings season so far, closing with its highest numbers in 14 months. It improved from its sophomore season by 8 percent in average viewers and 4 percent in the 18-to-49 demographic (getting a 3.3 rating Monday night).
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CBS has renewed CSI: NY and canceled Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior.
Fall 2011 TV Scorecard: Which shows are returning? Which aren't?
The episode order for CSI: NY's eighth season has not been set, but it may ...
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CBS has canceled freshman series $#*! My Dad Says, The Defenders and Mad Love.
$#*! My Dad Says, based on the Twitter handle of the same name and headlined by William Shatner, debuted to 12.5 million before dropping to...
More people need to be watching Happy Endings. Period.
A grower more than shower, Happy originally failed to wow the masses when it debuted amid a schedule already crowded with Friends-like ensembles (Perfect Couples, Mad Love, Traffic Light) that all felt the same. But as the weeks have passed, so too has the feeling that we're watching a cookie-cutter comedy. The dialogue is snappy and hip ("shut your whore mouth" is a keeper), the cast is charming, and, for a certain demographic, the characters are the kind you look forward to spending time with...
Chuck just might be out of luck. The NBC show attracted only 4.06 million viewers Monday night, finishing fourth in the five-way race in prime time's first hour.