There's a king of the castle at Franklin & Bash — or should we say queen?
Heather Locklear is joining the TNT lawyer dramedy for Season 3 as a new series regular named Rachel King, Entertainment Weekly reports. King, a new partner at the firm, is described as "a stunning trial lawyer, with....
Carla Gugino and Max Greenfield
Schmidt may have finally bitten off more than he can chew!
New Girl's self-professed ladies' man will meet his match in Emma (Carla Gugino), his new corporate boss who enlists Schimdt (Max Greenfield) in a reverse Fifty Shades of Grey-esque relationship Tuesday (9/8c, Fox). As such, Gugino and Greenfield had to get mighty close throughout filming their, ahem, sadomasochistic (S&M) scenes, which is why TVGuide.com turned to the Political Animals alum to find out just how far things went on set. Plus: How is Greenfield as a TV lover? Get the scoop below:
Are New Girl's Nick and Jess the new Ross and Rachel?
What was your first reaction to this role when it hit your radar?
Carla Gugino: My first introduction to it was a conversation on the phone with [creator] Liz Meriwether, and at that point, it was in the incubation phase of, "This is what we think we want this dynamic to be." As she started describing more of the qualities of this character, I was loving it more and more. I was happy that she wanted this person to be as crazy as...
Michael J. Fox
Twelve years ago, Michael J. Fox left ABC's Spin City in order to focus on his fight with Parkinson's disease. At the time, the actor stressed that he was not "retiring," but just looking to "relieve the strain of producing and performing a weekly network series."
Now it's back to the future for the sitcom king, who once again feels up to the task — and is returning to TV in a big way. NBC, where Fox became a superstar in the 1980s as young conservative icon Alex P. Keaton on Family Ties, has given a rare 22-episode guarantee (before a lick of film is even shot) to a new sitcom based on Fox's life.
Michael J. Fox
Michael J. Fox is headed back to his first TV network home for his new comedy.
The five-time Emmy winner's new family comedy project has been ordered straight to series by NBC, the same network which aired Family Ties three decades ago.
"To bring Michael J. Fox back to NBC is a supreme honor and we are thrilled that one of the great comedic television stars is coming home again," NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt said in a statement. "From the moment we met with Michael to hear his unique point of view about this new show, we were completely captivated and on board. He is utterly...
Melrose Place alum Heather Locklear will join the cast of Hot in Cleveland in Season 4, TVLine.com reports.
Similar to Melrose's Amanda, Locklear's Hot character works in...
Daniela Bobadilla and Charlie Sheen
Charlie Sheen returned to the spotlight Thursday with the premiere of his new FX sitcom Anger Management. And while many will be waiting Friday to see how his much-hyped project fared in the ratings, it's clear that Sheen is much more concerned with how Anger Management fares with the public. But is the series really Sheen's great acting swan song or just a ploy to remake his tarnished image? We look at the evidence presented in the series premiere:
Before Two and a Half Men and tiger blood: A Charlie Sheen timeline
Exhibit A: His Daughter
On Two and a Half Men, steadfast bachelor Charlie Harper rarely missed an opportunity to...
Charlie Sheen is back on TV just a little over a year after getting the boot from his longtime sitcom home, Two and a Half Men. And while many (read: anyone not living under a rock) recall the long, strange trip Sheen took from Men to his new FX sitcom Anger Management (premiering Thursday at 9/8c), we decided to retrace the career highs and lows that came long before his tiger blood-infused media rampage, his standup comedy tour, and his recent resurgence:
As Anger Management launches, Charlie Sheen makes peace with Two and a Half Men
Badlands (October 1973): Look, Dad, I can act! Sheen made an un-credited appearance as...
Denise Richards and Charlie Sheen
Denise Richards keeps coming back to Charlie Sheen, but don't worry; this time, it's just business.
The actress will guest-star on Sheen's new FX comedy series Anger Management, TVLine reports. She'll play Lori, the new business partner of Jennifer (Shawnee Smith), who just happens to be Sheen's onscreen ex. Isn't that a little ex-cessive?
Family Guy: Volume Nine
Family Guy: Volume 9
This three-disc set features 14 uncensored episodes from the eighth and ninth seasons of Fox's hit animated series, including the memorable 150th episode, "Brian and Stewie," and an extended version of "And Then There Were Fewer." The set also features deleted scenes, side-by-side animatics, audio commentaries, three featurettes, and an episode of The Cleveland Show with a special introduction by Mike Henry...
Charlie Sheen, Spin City
Charlie Sheen is returning to television! TV Guide Network is planning to air the Sheen-centric episodes of Spin City.
Watch the show Monday, April 18, from 8 to 10 p.m., and in a marathon fashion every ...