Jerry O'Connell has been cast as Herman Munster in NBC's upcoming Munsters reboot Mockingbird Lane, Deadline reports.
Rosie O'Donnell, Dan Aykroyd
Rosie O'Donnell's got a new TV gig. The comedian, along with Dan Aykroyd, will guest-star on Happily Divorced, Entertainment Weekly reports.
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The pair will appear in different ...
Blue Bloods, David Ramsey
Blue Bloods police commissioner Frank Reagan will be reporting to someone new at City Hall in Season 2.
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Former Dexter star David Ramsey has been tapped for the recurring role of newly elected Mayor Carter Poole, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. Poole's political background ...
Gary Sinise, Forest Whitaker
CBS has renewed CSI: NY and canceled Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior.
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The episode order for CSI: NY's eighth season has not been set, but it may ...
William Shatner, Sarah Chalke
CBS has canceled freshman series $#*! My Dad Says, The Defenders and Mad Love.
$#*! My Dad Says, based on the Twitter handle of the same name and headlined by William Shatner, debuted to 12.5 million before dropping to...
Zach Levi, Calista Flockhart, Gary Sinise
Will Chuck's luck finally run out? Is Season 8 the end of the road for One Tree Hill? Does Outsourced have a prayer for renewal? Just a few weeks remain before the networks decide which shows will and won't be back this fall. Are your favorites on the chopping block, or can you breathe an early sigh of relief? We offer an analysis of what's to come, so you can brace yourselves (looking at you No Ordinary Family fans, wherever you are) if things aren't looking so hot.
Fall TV scorecard: Which shows are returning? Which aren't?
$#*! My Dad Says (CBS)
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The Good News: Despite negative critical response, the show debuted to 12.5 million viewers and held about 80 percent of The Big Bang Theory's audience.
The Bad News: In what is rarely a good sign, the show wrapped up its freshman season in a hurry in February to make room for new comedy (and fellow bubble show) Mad Love. Its final episode...
Justified star Natalie Zea has landed a guest-starring role on J.J. Abrams' CBS pilot, Person of Interest, TVGuide.com has learned.
Zea will play...
The courtroom is once again one of the most dramatic places on television with a trio of new programs. There's Harry's Law by writer-producer David E. Kelley (Ally McBeal, The Practice), which stars Oscar-winning actress Kathy Bates. Plus, Sarah Shahi plays an adorable ...
The Defenders (Friday, 8/7c, CBS)
One week before she begins a limited run on Broadway — and let's hope HBO or somebody records THAT show! — the irrepressible Kathy Griffin goes to Las Vegas in a guest shot on this struggling courtroom drama. She is cast to type as a brash insult comic sued for offending one of her audience victims (What, Joan Rivers was busy?) In the subplot, the son of a hotel owner turns to buddy lawyers Nick and Pete for help after he wakes up to find a casino host strangled in a hot tub. What are the odds he's guilty? ...
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Question: I watch Two and a Half Men for some light, escapist entertainment. I enjoy the laughs and the double entendres. But really, that all stems from the writing. In fact, the Alan-centric episodes are some of the best ones. I wouldn't mind seeing more Berta, either. The Jake character is now of an age where he's picking up more of the storylines. If Charlie moved to London with Rose and his doppelganger cousin came to live in the house, they could keep a ladies man/lush character (if they feel that the show absolutely needs one). In a way, I'm disappointed that they've decided to end the season with no new episodes. Maybe they would have shown that the show could still be popular without the Sheen character. Nonetheless, I am glad that the powers that be saw how far off the reservation Sheen really is and said enough is enough. What's your take on the future of the show? Is it DOA without Charlie Sheen? — Karen
Matt Roush: First off, thanks for reminding us why this matters. In the wake of the latest meltdown and shutdown, there's a lot of "the show sucks anyway/who cares/who watches this crap" cynicism...