August Schellenberg, best known for his role in Free Willy, died Thursday from cancer, TMZ reports. He was 77.
The actor passed away peacefully in Texas, surrounded by loved ones.
Someone's been keeping tabs on Leverage's Nate Ford (Timothy Hutton) all season. In Sunday's episode, that man will reveal himself, and we have your exclusive first look!
Exclusive: Leverage recruits Saving Grace's Leon Rippy for recurring role
Guest star Leon Rippy (Deadwood, Saving Grace) returns as professional investor Jack Lattimer in Sunday's "The Boiler Room Job" (10/9c, TNT). His Warren Buffet-type character has figured out the Leverage team's game, and he has begun lining his own pockets by taking advantage of the companies Nate's team destroys...
Tom Skerritt, Bailey Chase
Tom Skerritt and Bailey Chase are set to guest-star on Season 3 of White Collar, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Skerritt, 77, will play Alan Mitchell, the discerning dad of Elizabeth...
Cable staple Kenny Johnson will dip into network TV for a role on NBC's take on the U.K.'s Prime Suspect, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Johnson, known for his work on FX's The Shield, TNT's Saving Grace, and FX's Sons of Anarchy, will play the boyfriend of Maria Bello's character...
Leverage, Leon Rippy
Saving Grace's guardian angel is trading in his wings for something more villainous: Leon Rippy has been cast as a recurring nemesis on the upcoming fourth season of Leverage, TVGuide.com has learned.
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Rippy will pay a mysterious Warren Buffett-type named Mr. Latimer. As we previously reported, Latimer begins spying on Nate (Timothy Hutton) and the rest of his gang of thieves with selfish intentions. Once Latimer figures out the Leverage team's game, he begins lining his own pockets by taking advantage of the companies Nate's team brings down.
Rippy's character is expected to appear in at least five episodes...
Christina Ricci is in talks to star in ABC's drama pilot Pan Am, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Set in the 1960s, the project revolves around pilots and flight attendants of the iconic airline that ceased operations in 1991 after declaring bankruptcy. Ricci would join ...
Lifetime has picked up the procedural dramas Against the Wall and Exit 19, the network announced Monday. Both series received 13-episode orders.
Exit 19 stars Sons of Anarchy actress Ally Walker as Gloria, a divorced mother who juggles her demanding personal and professional life as an intuitive LAPD homicide detective. The drama co-stars Chris Payne Gilbert as Walker's character's brother Davey, Tisha Campbell-Martin (My Wife and Kids) as her police partner and Miguel Ferrer (Crossing Jordan) as their boss.
Jeffrey Bell (V), Nina Wass (Less Than Perfect) and Gene Stein (Accidentally on Purpose) executive-produced the pilot from ABC Studios and CBS Television Studios.
Ashley Williams has been tapped to star in TNT's Bird Dog, replacing Eliza Dushku as the lead, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Williams, 32, will play Gail McGrath, a cop who is forced to partner with her estranged father, also a policeman, who will be portrayed by...
So You Think You Can Dance
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Question: A couple of summers ago, I gave So You Think You Can Dance a shot, based partially on your glowing praise for it. It quickly became one of my all-time favorite reality competition shows, and after Mad Men, the show I look forward to most every summer. Unfortunately, the last two seasons have been underwhelming, so I supported the show's decision to make some radical changes this season...
After three seasons, the edgy and unflinching character drama concludes for good with two successive episodes. Grace, the top Okie cop with the last-chance angel, shuts herself off completely from significant others as a past tragic event continues to haunt her. Meanwhile, Butch gets swept up in a potentially destructive situation, and Neely's effort to resist drugs reaches a fever pitch. Then comes the second episode — the series finale — in which Grace undergoes a game-changing spiritual metamorphosis. With a newfound sense of purpose and sheer determination, she takes a grand stand against evil.
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