Robert Pattinson, Billy Burke, and Kristen Stewart
Revolution has seen its fair share of great guest stars so far —Mark Pellegrino and Kim Raver, to name two — but there's an untapped source for the series to mine from: The Twilight cast!
Lest we forget, Billy Burke, who plays Miles Matheson on the NBC series, co-stars in the Twilight films as Bella Swan's (Kristen Stewart) father Charlie. With the final film being released this week, it seems only fitting to find out which of his co-stars he'd like to reunite with on his new NBC series...
Saffron Burrows is leaving the Bones' spin-off, The Finder, as Fox reconceives the character, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Based on The Locator books by Richard Greener, the spin-off follows Walter Sherman (Geoff Stults), a former military policeman with the ability to find anything. Burrows, 38, played...
Christian Slater, Odette Annable, Bret Harrison and Alphonso McAuley
To many, Christian Slater will always be known for his dramatic work in films like Interview with the Vampire and True Romance. But that wasn't the case for Breaking In co-creator and executive producer Adam F. Goldberg.
"I sat down with Christian and I basically told him, for me, I think of him as a comedian. Heathers, Very Bad Things, Pump Up the Volume — those are movies that I grew up on and that were really funny," Goldberg tells TVGuide.com. "He was in our top...
Saffron Burrows has been cast as the female lead in the upcoming Bones spin-off, a network rep confirms.
Based on The Locator books by Richard Greener, the spin-off follows Walter Sherman (Geoff Stults), a former military policeman with the ability to...
Fox has picked up the Christian Slater comedy Breaking In for midseason, Deadline reports.
The network has ordered seven episodes of the single-camera workplace comedy, which is set...
Alfre Woodard, Memphis Beat
Jeers to Memphis Beat for saddling Alfre Woodard with another one-note role.
The 14-time Emmy nominee (she's won four — for Hill Street Blues, L.A. Law, The Practice and the HBO film Miss Evers' Boys) has lately been wasted in throwaway authority-figure parts on subpar shows like Three Rivers and My Own Worst Enemy. TNT's new cop dramedy is no exception, as Woodard's by-the-book boss mostly stands around scowling at Jason Lee's maverick Tennessee detective...
Christian Slater has been cast as the lead in Fox's untitled comedy pilot about a group of computer hackers, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Forgotten and Raising the Bar stars join ABC drama
Slater, who will also serve as the pilot's producer, will play a charismatic renegade, who is the leader of group of twentysomething geniuses who crack security systems...
Alfre Woodard will be guest-starring in Season 3 of True Blood, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The 57-year-old actress, best known for her roles on Desperate Housewives and My Own Worst Enemy, will play...
My Own Worst Enemy
New releases announced today, January 20:
American Dad - Volume 4 will be coming out April 28
McLeod's Daughters - The Complete 8th Season will be coming out May 5
My Own Worst Enemy - The Complete Series will be coming out April 21
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Masi Oka, Heroes
TV Guide's Senior Critic Matt Roush takes your TV questions. Have a rant, rave or burning question about your favorite show you'd like addressed? E-mail him here!
Question: Would you say Heroes decline in viewership is similar to the decline that Lost suffered after its first season? Lost originally had huge numbers when it debuted, but steadily declined because casual fans found the show "too mysterious" and that there were "too many questions and not enough answers." Would it be safe to say the mainstream, sci-fi shows that are aired on major networks may all suffer from this fate in some form or another? I know a lot of people blame Heroes' decline on poor writing (I don't watch the show so I can't say for myself) as opposed to the impatience some viewers experienced with Lost, but both shows seem to have a very solid fan base who will watch no matter what. Do you see NBC doing what it can to save Heroes the way ABC did with Lost? — Sarah S.
Matt Roush: I see quite a few similarities here, in part because I never expected either show to do as well as they did in their first seasons ...
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