ABC has given early pilot orders to How to Get Away With Murder and Sea of Fire, TVGuide.com has learned.
Shondaland project How to Get Away With Murder is a legal thriller about...
As the first African-American actress to play the lead successfully in a network TV drama in nearly 40 years, Kerry Washington says she didn't want Scandal to become a hit just so she could keep going to work. She knew the show's staying power meant much more.
"I wanted Scandal to be a success because I wanted...
Rachelle Lefevre has joined the cast of CBS' Under the Dome, based on the bestselling Stephen King novel, TVGuide.com has learned.
Mamie Gummer, Ellen Pompeo
From the moment Emily Owens, M.D. begins, one thought will surely cross your mind: This feels very familiar.
That's because The CW's new medical dramedy is pretty similar to ABC's stalwart Grey's Anatomy — from the titular protagonists' names to the voiceovers and even the characters, the tone of Shonda Rhimes' medical drama is present.
Emily Owens stars Mamie Gummer (The Good Wife, Off the Map) as a first-year intern who, while working alongside her best friend/crush (Justin Hartley) and her childhood nemesis (Aja Naomi King), must learn the hard way that hospitals are a lot like high school.
VIDEO: Watch the premiere of The CW's Emily Owens, M.D. online now!
"I think that every medical show now is going to be compared to Grey's," Gummer tells TVGuide.com. "I did...
St. Elsewhere, E.R., Grey's Anatomy. TV has been home to some great medical dramas and now The CW is hoping to add to that legacy with the freshman dramedy Emily Owens, M.D.
Starring Mamie Gummer (The Good Wife, Off the Map), Emily Owens, M.D. follows a first-year intern who...
Cote de Pablo, Nina Dobrev, Emily Deschanel
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Any Tony-Ziva NCIS scoop? — Rita
ADAM: Executive producer Gary Glasberg says it was no accident that the fan-favorite couple ended last season in close quarters when the bomb went off at NCIS HQ. "We'll pick up with them in that elevator and, with the situation that they're in, there will be some conversations," Glasberg says. "Hopefully we'll scratch our way a little bit deeper into the relationship." What's that? Sorry, I couldn't hear you over this awesome Aerosmith song!
Will The Vampire Diaries kids actually graduate and leave Mystic Falls this year? — Jess
NATALIE: Put your Kleenex away:
Scandal is going back in time!
On Thursday's episode, the ABC drama will flash back to the presidential primary race where future President Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) and Olivia (Kerry Washington) first met. For those who think Oliva and Fitz's stolen glances and forbidden romance ...
Shonda Rhimes, you are forgiven for Off the Map.
Off the Map's Mamie Gummer, The New Adventures of Old Christine's Hamish Linklater and Smash's Brian D'Arcy James will guest-star on The Big C this season, Showtime announced Friday.
Gummer and Linklater will play a young couple ...
Dexter, Michael C Hall, Aimee Garcia
After Dexter's titular character lost his wife to a devious serial killer and his girlfriend to a happier life without her Dark Passenger, Dexter (Michael C. Hall) is on his own this year as he tries to figure out single fatherhood. Fortunately, he'll have the help of the new nanny, Jaime Batista (Aimee Garcia), who happens to be the younger sister of Sgt. Angel Batista (David Zayas).
Dexter Exclusive: In Season 6, Dexter finds... faith?
Last season Dexter finally opened up to the possibility of love, so there's hope that a new relationship could blossom between the blood splatter expert and his child's caretaker, even if their dispositions are polar opposites. TVGuide.com chatted with Off the Map's Garcia, who also discusses Jaime's relationship with her brother and the constant danger a nanny to a serial killer faces, especially when she's practically living with him: