Everything is coming up roses for Mercy alum Patch Darragh.
The actor has booked a guest role on Royal Pains as a local Hamptons florist treated by HankMed, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Felix is described as a kind man with a big heart who is fluent in the language of flowers but...
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For its upcoming fall season, NBC has ordered two more dramas: the Jekyll and Hyde-inspired Do No Harm and mystery Infamous (formerly Notorious), TVGuide.com has learned...
Krysten Ritter and James Van Der Beek
James Van Der Beek is getting good at playing James Van Der Beek.
After spending a few years out of the limelight (and debatably in the "has-been" category), the Dawson's Creek star began his comeback in 2011 by capitalizing on his character's signature ugly cry. A year later, Van Der Beek is back at it, playing a smarmy yet extremely charming caricature of himself on ABC's Don't Trust the B---- in Apt 23.
"We run with it," Van Der Beek tells TVGuide.com "Fake me goes on fake Dancing with the Stars. There's a sex tape me and Chloe (Krysten Ritter) make that gets released."
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NBC has given a series order to Hannibal, an adaptation of Thomas Harris' novel Red Dragon, from Pushing Daisies' Bryan Fuller.
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Michelle Trachtenberg is set to reprise her role as Georgina Sparks for a multi-episode arc on Gossip Girl, TVLine.com reports.
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Mary Stuart Masterson and Jeremy Davidson
Mary Stuart Masterson is pregnant with twins, E! Online reports.
"We are four months along," said Masterson's husband, Army Wives actor Jeremy Davison.
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James Van Der Beek
Oh, the Van Der feelings!
James Van Der Beek will play himself in the ABC comedy project Apartment 23, the network confirms to TVGuide.com.
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Get ready for another season of gunslinging: Justified will return for its sophomore season on Wednesday, Feb. 9 at 10/9c, FX announced Tuesday.
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Margo Martindale, Justified
Margo Martindale has joined the cast of Justified for the second season, TVGuide.com has learned.
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Martindale, 59, will play Mags Bennett, a towering figure in the Harlan County criminal world. She's the matriarch of the Bennett clan, which has had a Hatfield and McCoys-type relationship with Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) and his family for years.
The Bennetts have been the biggest pot farmers in Eastern Kentucky for generations, and they were bootleggers before that. Mags is described as a defender of the old ways, and even at her age, she's more dangerous than ever...
Lone Star (Monday, 9/8c, Fox)
My favorite new drama of the fall season is a provocative and twisted romance with a touch of Dallas-style oil intrigue, as a con man (charmer James Wolk) juggles a double life with a rich wife in Houston and a down-home sweetie in a small town where he's pulling a swindle. How long can he get away with it? We'll see. The show faces competition from NBC's heavily hyped conspiracy thriller-fantasy-adventure hybrid The Event, cloaked in mystery and hobbled by a convoluted time-jumping script. But Jason Ritter as the everyguy hero embroiled in the madness is so likable you can't help but want to tune in next week to see what happens. DVR alert...