Armin Shimerman, Christina Moore
When Castle tackles a Comic-Con-inspired episode later this season, the show will have the sci-fi bona fides to back it up.
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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine alum Armin Shimerman will guest-star as Benjamin Donnely, a tech geek who manufactures authentic props for people's costumes at sci-fi conventions, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively....
Avery Brooks has been arrested on suspicion of drunken driving, TMZ.com reports.
The Star Trek: Deep Space Nine star was pulled over Sunday in Wilton, Conn. after...
Penny Johnson Jerald, Castle
There's a new bosslady on ABC's Castle.
Former 24 and The Larry Sanders Show star Penny Johnson Jerald will join the cast as the new captain of the 12th Precinct, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. Jerald will play Victoria Gates, a career-minded cop who spent much of her early career in Internal Affairs. As we previously reported, she will initially be more interested in getting noticed by her superiors and climbing the NYPD's ranks than doing any real police work.
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Known as "Iron Gates," she's alo going to be a bit tougher on our team...
Kenneth Mars, best known for his performance as a Nazi playwright in the original film version of The Producers, died on Saturday, according to The Associated Press. He was 75.
Mars died in his Grenada Hills, Calif., home from...
Star Trek: The Next Generation
Star Trek producer Brannon Braga says he regrets not featuring openly gay characters in the franchise.
Takei takes Trek down the aisle with longtime boyfriend
"It was a shame," Braga told After Elton. "I'm talking about the Next Generation, Deep Space Nine and there was a constant back and forth about well how do we portray the spectrum of sexuality. There were people who felt very strongly that we should be showing ...
Ira Steven Behr
Star Trek vet Ira Steven Behr has been named executive producer and showrunner of Syfy's upcoming series Alphas, according to Deadline.
Alphas stars David Strathairn as the eccentric leader of a team of ordinary citizens with extraordinary mental abilities. Known as Alphas, they tackle cases that...
The Wild Wild West
CBS is attempting to revive the 1960s series The Wild Wild West, according to Deadline.com.
The network has tapped Battlestar Galactica developer/executive producer Ron Moore and CSI executive producer Naren Shankar to write and executive-produce the remake. The duo previously worked together on Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
The body of Growing Pains star Andrew Koenig, who had been missing for nearly two weeks, was discovered in a Vancouver park Thursday. He committed suicide, his father said.
Growing Pains star goes missing
Koenig's body was found in Stanley Park about noon, Vancouver police said. Friends of Koenig initiated their own search of the park and invited his father, Star Trek alumnus Walter Koenig, along. His body was found in...
Now playing in this week's Mitovich Mega Minute:
• It's the face-off 24 fans have been waiting for — Chloe vs. Janice! Mary Lynn Rajskub shares a peek at what happens when socket monkey meets socket monkey.
• Will a picture trigger a thousand angry words between CSI: Miami's Eric and Calleigh?
• A Star Trek reunion is coming to TNT. See which show is playing host, and who all is involved.
Watch and discuss the new MMM after the jump.
Question: What is your take on the cast changes on Stargate Atlantis? I'm personally pretty happy that SG-1's Amanda Tapping is making the trip to Atlantis. It seemed pretty inevitable: Someone was going to cross over after Torri Higginson's role was minimized. Anyway, as an objective party who's never been all that entrenched in the series, what is your opinion? Also, have you heard the theory that Higginson wanted out of her contract?
Answer: I honestly don't know the circumstances of this cast change, but churn like this is inevitable on just about any long-running show — although experience has told me that any time a major change happens on a cult sci-fi/fantasy series, there will be some outcry. (Remember the fuss when Michael Shanks left SG-1 for a season? I certainly do!) From where I sit, as a detached observer who never got deeply involved in either series (they're enjoyable but, to me, not habit-forming), this all makes perfect sense. I think of Worf migrating from Star Trek: