Watch out, criminals! Don Johnson returns to the small screen as another lawman.
Don Johnson is $19 million richer.
The Nash Bridges star has settled a lawsuit he filed against Rysher Entertainment, which co-produced the series, claiming he was owed millions of dollars in profits from the show, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Annette O'Toole, Geoff Stults, John Ashton
Looks like The Finder is about to find a little time for family.
Annette O'Toole (Smallville) and John Ashton (Beverly Hills Cop) have been cast on the Fox drama as Elaine and Franklin Sherman, the mother and father of Geoff Stults' Walter Sherman, TVGuide.com has learned. They join Stults' real-life brother George, who will play Walter's older brother, Langston.
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As we previously reported, Langston turns up at Walter's Ends of the Earth Bar at the behest of their father, who is dying of emphysema...
Don Johnson has been tapped to star in NBC's A Mann's World, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Sex and the City's Michael Patrick King created the series about an aging Beverly Hills hair stylist, to be played by...
Anne Francis, the actress best known for her roles in the 1956 science fiction film Forbidden Planet and the 1960s TV show Honey West, has died. She was 80.
Francis died Sunday at a Santa Barbara nursing home of complications of pancreatic cancer, her daughter, Jane Uemura, told the Los Angeles Times.
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Born as Ann Marvak in Ossining, N.Y., Francis, known for the prominent beauty mark near her mouth, rose to fame starring alongside such actors as Spencer Tracy and Paul Newman in the 1950s...
For his next TV project, Lost executive producer Carlton Cuse is looking to history.
The Emmy-winner, 51, has teamed with Secretariat director Randall Wallace for a Civil War-set drama at...
James Gammon, who played Don Johnson's father in Nash Bridges, has died of cancer, The Associated Press reports. He was 70.
A character actor, Gammon got his start in the NBC series The Road West in 1966. He's well remembered for his roles in...
Don Johnson won a verdict awarding him $23.2 million in profits from Nash Bridges, The Associated Press reports.
Uh, wow. Robert Rodriguez's Mexploitation-inspired Machete might seem, at first glance, to have a limited audience. It's about a Mexican man who kills his enemies with, yes, machetes, and is an offshoot from Grindhouse, the Rodriguez-Quentin Tarantino collaboration that did only slightly better box office than the cult classics that inspired it. But the Machete trailer Rodriguez cheekily released to coincide with Cinco de Mayo suggests his film may have something for almost everyone. To wit:
Losties: Show veterans Michelle Rodriguez and Jeff Fahey have key roles.
Arizonans: The new trailer thoughtfully opens with a ...
Nash Bridges and Miami Vice star Don Johnson is in negotiations for the lead role on ABC's sitcom pilot, Southern Discomfort, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
ABC picks up Southern Discomfort pilot
The comedy centers on ...