"Eleanor Roosevelt, Cleopatra, Elizabeth the First. That's the kind of company I want to keep."
In USA's new miniseries, Political Animals, former First Lady and current Secretary of State Elaine Barrish (Sigourney Weaver in her first TV series role) just wants to make a difference.
USA's Political Animals elects Heroes' Adrian Pasdar
Unfortunately, everyone else would rather focus on her former husband's "less than flattering moments" (aka his frequent infidelity) while in office...
Rome alum Ray Stevenson will recur on Dexter next season, TVLine reports.
Stevenson will play a high-ranking member of an Eastern European crime ring who goes to Miami to find out who killed one of his associates. Could his character have something to do with Dexter's new love interest who has a violent past?
Roger Bart, Dan Futterman
Dan Futterman and Roger Bart are the latest to jump on board USA's Political Animals, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The six-part miniseries, from Greg Berlanti (Brothers & Sisters, Everwood), stars Sigourney Weaver as Elaine Barrish, a...
Oscar winner Ellen Burstyn has joined USA's miniseries Political Animals, the network announced.
Set to premiere this summer, the six-part series will focus on Elaine Barrish (Sigourney Weaver), a divorced former first lady and current Secretary of State who struggles to keep her family together as she deals with the State Department's crises. She strikes an ...
Kevin Williamson's new drama pilot just keeps getting hotter.
Rome alum James Purefoy will star opposite Kevin Bacon in Williamson's Fox drama pilot about a massive serial killer plot, TVGuide.com has confirmed. Deadline first reported the news.
Sorry, Conrad Grayson: Victoria is getting a new lover!
James Purefoy, who portrayed Mark Antony on HBO's Rome, will play...
Winters that last decades. Zombielike creatures called "white walkers." Supersized wolves. A cache of dragon eggs. Game of Thrones, based on the best-selling fantasy novels by George R.R. Martin, is definitely not of this world. But it centers on one of the most familiar things on earth: mighty families vying for ultimate control.
Human Target's Ilsa Pucci, the sharp-tongued billionaire and not-so-silent partner in Christopher Chance's personal-security agency. "I think anyone with money wants to know how their money is spent," says Varma. "I mean, look at producers!"
Nice save, Fox. Before the season started, it looked as if the network was hanging the appealing high-action sleeper Human Target out to dry on Fridays, where it was originally scheduled. But the early cancellation of Lone Star and a schedule shuffle opened up a slot on the show's former night (Wednesday) from last midseason. And all of a sudden we now have an hour of exhilarating midweek escapism to enjoy, reminding us how good a show like this can be (as opposed to the fizzle and fast fade of NBC's Undercovers in the same time period)...