Whether it be high school students, military wives or celebrity chefs, Gareth Malone has become famous for being able to turn almost any group of people into a successful musical act as the host of the popular BBC reality series The Choir.
Now Malone is bringing his unique talents...
Matt Bomer, Tim DeKay
USA has unveiled premiere dates for returning fall show White Collar as well as its new acquisitions Modern Family and NCIS: Los Angeles.
Piper Perabo; Aaron Tveit
USA's summer programming will kick off on June 6 with the return of Burn Notice and the premiere of Graceland, the network announced on Wednesday.
Burn Notice, which will hit its landmark 100th episode this season, returns on Thursday, June 6 at 9/8c. Immediately following is new series Graceland, which stars Daniel Sunjata and Aaron Tveit as part of a group of undercover agents who live together.
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Question: AMC has some of the best scripted shows on television, from Breaking Bad to Mad Men to The Walking Dead to The Killing.
As we face our first winter without the prospect of a new season of 24 and Lost to look forward to — and debate — here's my list (expanded somewhat from the magazine version) of the shows, and in some cases networks, that made 2010 a TV year to remember.
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Joshua Jackson and Anna Torv
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Question: One of my favorite shows is Fringe, but I can't help but wonder if Fox could pull an X-Files switch. I'm thinking maybe it should be moved to Sunday nights at 9/8c. This was great for The X-Files and made Sunday nights so darn cool. Fringe has that type of feel, and let's face it: two hours of cartoons is a bit much. I have a feeling they could get a nice ratings spike as well. Curious to know what you think — and do we really need more CSI-type shows? — Michael
Matt Roush: Well, those are two very different questions. And one doesn't really inform the other. CSI-style procedurals are still the flavor of the decade — especially on CBS, which knows exactly how to feed its audience — and everyone wants to be in on this lucrative game. But a show like Fringe will always be separate and special, and Fox knows that. The network has done a pretty good job of nurturing the show to where it can go all-out this season. So far, the results have been spectacular, creatively anyway...
Executive producer Jerry Bruckheimer's police series about the shadowy derring-do of a deep undercover unit begins its second season with back-to-back episodes. In the first episode, leader Carter Shaw and his team join up with an attractive female FBI agent (Tricia Helfer, joining the cast) to bust a regional crime boss, but the case takes an awful twist when Carter's close friend is the victim of tragedy. In the second outing, the team tries to crush a drug ring, with Ty entering the big-bucks arena of a dealer, while a pretty art-gallery owner (Jordana Brewster) becomes a suspect.
Read on for previews of America's Got Talent, The Choir, Psych, Criss Angel: Mindfreak and Castle.