Debra Messing is finding new love — on TV, that is.
Daniel Sunjata (formerly of Rescue Me and Grey's Anatomy) is joining the cast of Smash as a love interest for Messing's character Julia, Entertainment Weekly reports.
It would be nice to hope, as NBC does, that the ratings magnet of the Summer Olympics, opening Friday, will somehow magically transform the network's sagging fortunes with its "incredible promotional platform" (as NBC Chairman Bob Greenblatt put it). To that end, NBC will sneak-peek two of its new comedies with commercial-free premieres on pivotal nights of the games, and tease a high-profile new drama on another. Much of NBC's fall lineup will launch ahead of the official premiere week in late September, in hopes of capitalizing on the momentum the Olympics provides.
USA has picked up the one-hour drama Graceland from White Collar creator Jeff Eastin, the network announced Friday.
The ensemble series centers on a diverse group of agents from the FBI, DEA and U.S. Customs who are forced to live together in an undercover beach house in Southern California.
Marc Warren, Maura Tierney
Band of Brothers' Marc Warren and ER alum Maura Tierney are joining The Good Wife in two key roles, TVGuide.com has confirmed. TVLine first reported the news.
Warren will play Kalinda's mysterious and menacing husband Nick, from whom she fled and changed her identity way back when. At the end of Season 3, Kalinda ...
FX is teaming up with Rescue Me producers Denis Leary and Jim Serpico for a new comedy pilot, Bronx Warrants, the network announced Wednesday.
Based on the real lives of David Joglar and Richard Wetzel, who also act as co-producers, Bronx Warrants follows a group of errant warrant detectives in The Bronx who are tasked with hunting down and arresting individuals with outstanding warrants.
Kathy Bates, Scott Bakula
Harry's Law, Men of a Certain Age and Rescue Me are among the seven programs being honored by the Television Academy.
The Fifth Annual Television Academy Honors, hosted by...
For those lamenting the end of Chuck, Zachary Levi may not be away from your TV screen for very long.
Levi has landed the leading role in Fox's Let It Go comedy pilot, which lifts the cast-contingency on the project, TVGuide.com has confirmed. Deadline first reported the news.
Pilot Season: Get the scoop!
Let It Go is...
Jamie Tarses, Peter Tolan
Fox has ordered comedy pilots from Modern Family's Steve Levitan, Happy Endings' Jamie Tarses and Rescue Me's Peter Tolan.
Reboundling, executive-produced by Levitan, is...
Jim Caviezel, David Costabile
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Question: I often appreciate the Golden Globes because they show greater range in the nominations than the Emmys, which tend to nominate the same people long after the bloom is off the rose. However, this year's nominees are just weird. Boss and American Horror Story instead of Breaking Bad, Justified or The Good Wife (or Friday Night Lights, if it was eligible)? Callie Thorne? Jeremy Irons? ...
Ioan Gruffudd and Sarah Michelle Gellar
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from the midseason finale of Ringer. Read at your own risk.]
Ringer's midseason finale proved that the consequences for Bridget taking over Siobhan's life can be quite deadly.
After spending much of the season...