Downton Abbey star Hugh Bonneville will guest-star on ABC's upcoming fairy-tale musical Galavant, TVLine.com reports.
Galavant stars Joshua Sasse as the titular hero...
Dennis Haskins, Ken Tremblett
What would Bayside High be without its fearless leader? No, we're not talking about Zack Morris — although maybe we should be! We're talking about Mr. Richard Belding.
Psych alum Ken Tremblett has been cast as...
Kurt Fuller, George Wendt
Cheers alum George Wendt and character actor Kurt Fuller have signed on to guest-star on an upcoming episode of TNT's Franklin & Bash, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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[WARNING: This story contains major spoilers from Wednesday's series finale of Psych. Read at your own risk — and preferably with a side of pineapple!]
Even a pesky multiple murder mystery couldn't deter Shawn (James Roday) and Gus (Dulé Hill) from making some major life decisions on the...
James Roday, Dule Hill
As USA Network's Psych hangs up its pineapple after eight seasons of tomfoolery — or should it be called Shawn-foolery? — mystery takes even more of a back seat to comedy than usual in the series finale (Wednesday, 9/8c), ominously titled "The Breakup." While there is a murder to be solved (frequently referred to as "our last case"), it's a perfunctory distraction at best to Shawn's main concern: how to tell Gus that their bromantic partnership may in fact be over.
James Roday, Dule Hill
In the past few years, TV shows have made an event of saying goodbye. Following in the footsteps of the heavily promoted final season of Lost, it's become customary for series ranging from serialized sci-fi (Fringe) to long-running half-hour comedies (How I Met Your Mother) to give their loyal followers a heads-up that the end is nigh. So what took Psych so long to confirm that Season 8 would be its last?
"It's no great mystery now that we knew we were making the...
In what initially comes off as a Habitat for Inhumanity — fueled by reality-competition juices that upstage the do-gooder impulse of neighborhood home renovation — NBC's derivative American Dream Builders takes its visual cues from Extreme Makeover Home Edition (airing in that show's old time period, Sundays at 8/7c), complete with an elaborate weekly reveal, although the only bus here is the one the contestants repeatedly throw each other under. Dream Builders' emotional dynamic is more attuned to Celebrity Apprentice in its nightmare blueprint of clashing egos getting in the way of a job well done.
After spending seven years blowing things up, engaging in high-speed car chases and drinking mojitos — OK, maybe that last part wasn't so tough —Bruce Campbell knew he wanted to take a long break from acting following the end of Burn Notice.
"After you finish a series, you're like, 'I'm retiring.' This came up, and I was like, 'Yeah, I have to do this," he tells TVGuide.com.
'This' being a role on...
Tatiana Maslany, James Roday, Cobie Smulders
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I'm so jealous you got to watch Orphan Black already! Please scoop me! — Melissa
You may have heard a new clone will be introduced, but the bigger news is that a believed-dead character will make a shocking return. Elsewhere, Sarah will call on an unlikely ally in her quest to get her daughter back. And take a look at this photo very carefully. You might notice something is a little off with Cosima.
I can't believe there are only two episodes left of Psych! What can you say about the series finale? — Harold
The show's final hour will...
Welcome back, Bruce Campbell!
The former Burn Notice star returns to USA this month as a guest star on Psych's penultimate episode (March 19, 9/8c). In the hour, titled "Nightmare on State Street," Campbell will play a...