Eliza Coupe and Damon Wayans Jr.
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14. Best Non-Reunion: We were all, "I don't want to wait!" when we heard about the Dawson's Creek reunion planned for Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23. And while we were Sad Dawsons not to see James Van Der Beek, Michelle Williams, Joshua Jackson and Katie Holmes together again, we were pleased with Busy Philipps' hilarious cameo and an appearance by...
Stana Katic, Anna Torv, Cote de Pablo
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Since we didn't get a new episode of Castle this week, can I get some scoop instead? — Jackie
ADAM: Been waiting to see what would happen when Martha Rodgers and Jim Beckett get in a room together? You'll get your chance during November sweeps! Unfortunately, the family affair happens on the same night Castle and Beckett are stranded without their phones while protecting a witness from the mob. "There's some tension because they've had the 'meet the folks' dinner and it hasn't gone particularly well," creator Andrew W. Marlowe tells us. So, what's the problem? "It's about who Martha is versus who Jim is," Marlowe says. "It's a bit of oil and water."
Got any scoop on Fringe? — Jane
NATALIE: I've got good news and bad news about this Friday's episode, Jane....
The Big Bang Theory
CBS topped Thursday with The Big Bang Theory and Two and a Half Men both posting gains.
Big Bang was the top show of the night with 15.4 million viewers and a 4.7 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, rising 4 percent. Men, which featured Miley Cyrus, drew 13.6 million viewers and a 4.0, up 14 percent from last week. Person of Interest (13.8 million, 2.8) and Elementary (10.8 million, 2.3) both slipped two-tenths.
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Andy Samberg is having no trouble finding work after leaving Saturday Night Live. The actor has landed a starring role in an upcoming comedy pilot from Parks and Recreation co-creator and showrunner Mike Schur and executive producer Dan Goor, Deadline reports.
The untitled Fox project is about a group of detectives working outside New York City. Samberg will play the main character and will also produce the series.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler
All of Amy Poehler's hard work has finally paid off.
After years of crafting hilarious awards show bits — such as the victory speech she "accidentally" switched with Best Actress in a Comedy winner Julia Louis-Dreyfus at this year's Emmys — the Parks and Recreation star has been tapped to co-host the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards with...
Joe Biden, Paul Ryan
Vice President Joe Biden and Republican V.P. candidate Paul Ryan will debate tonight, the first and only time the two will go head-to-head before next month's election.
Jerry Gergich, we salute you!
Supermodel Christie Brinkley has signed on to play Jerry's (Jim O'Heir) wife on Parks and Recreation, TVGuide.com has confirmed. (It finally makes sense why...
Lifetime's drama pilot Witches of East End has bewitched two new cast members: Twin Peaks vet Madchen Amick and ER grad Glenne Headly, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The pilot, based on Melissa de la Cruz's best-selling novel, is about...
It's as if Tammy 2's ears were ringing! Just as Ron Swanson has found a possible new love interest, she comes back to Parks and Recreation!
Megan Mullally will reprise her role as the second ex-wife of Ron (Nick Offerman) in this season's ninth episode, fittingly titled "Ron and Diane," TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. Tammy will...
Question: I noticed that there are back-to-back new episodes of Modern Family this Wednesday night leading up to the premiere of the new musical drama series Nashville, while Suburgatory won't have its season premiere episode until the following week! Why did the TPTB at ABC felt the need to air two new episodes of Modern Family instead of premiering the second season of Suburgatory after MF and before Nashville? Was it because the network believes that two new episodes of MF running back-to-back together can make a more powerful lead-in to the series premiere of Nashville ratings-wise than Suburgatory, or is the network just that plain lazy with their programming schedule? — Chris B