NBC continues to add more real-life Broadway stars to its musical series Smash.
Krysta Rodriguez is the latest addition, signing on as a series regular for Season 2, TVGuide.com has confirmed. Rodriguez, whose stage credits include The Addams Family and A Chorus Line, will play...
The Sound of Music
NBC is alive with The Sound of Music.
The network is teaming with Smash producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron to present a live broadcast of The Sound of Music, based on the original Broadway musical, the network announced Friday.
Spring Awakening alum Andy Mientus has joined the cast of Smash for Season 2, TVLine reports.
Mientus, whose credits include...
Oscar winner Jennifer Hudson is joining Smash for a multi-episode arc, NBC announced Friday.
Hudson, 30, will play a Tony-winning Broadway star who has a...
Homeland was named Best Drama Series at the Critics' Choice Television Awards Monday night.
The Showtime series took home the award for the Best TV Drama at the Golden Globes in January, positioning it as a strong contender for the Emmys in September. Homeland star Claire Danes was also honored with the award for Best Actress in a Drama Series.
Newsies star Jeremy Jordan is carrying the banner to Smash as a new series regular for Season 2, TVLine reports.
The year-old Broadway actor, 27, will play a...
Very likely coming soon to a T-shirt near you: "Bless the Blood." This new catchphrase is a favorite of True Blood's new vamp in town: Roman, the 500-year-old Guardian of the Vampire Authority, a zealot who's about to complicate the already messy lives of the bloodsuckers who live among the shape-shifters, territorial werewolves, telepathic fairy hybrids, assorted bigots and bumpkins of Bon Temps, Louisiana.
Daniel Zelman, Debra Messing
Debra Messing filed for divorce from husband Daniel Zelman after 10 years together, TMZ reports.
The Emmy winner, 43, cited "irreconcilable differences" in the documents, filed Tuesday in...
Whitney executive producer Betsy Thomas will be leaving the NBC comedy, EW reports. Wil Calhoun (Friends) will take her place.
Admit it. There's at least one show you find yourself watching, week after week, even though everything about it makes your skin crawl. When said program is brought up in conversation, you immediately quip, "I hate that show!" which you genuinely do — but you still set your DVR to record it every Tuesday at 9/8c on Bravo. (Sorry, Real Housewives).