L Word alum Leisha Hailey claims she was kicked off a Southwest Airlines flight after passengers complained that she and her girlfriend were kissing excessively.
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On the other end of the phone, Jennifer Beals is reading a Carl Sandburg poem titled "Chicago." Scratch that — she's performing it.
The poem celebrates Chicago's blue-collar work ethic as what trumps portrayals of the city as a corrupt, dangerous place to live. It's the best way for Beals, a Windy City native and star of Fox's The Chicago Code, to explain how she — and her character, Police Superintendent Teresa Colvin — feel about the place they call home.
The L Word and The Real L Word creator Ilene Chaiken is expanding her TV series vocabulary.
Chaiken has signed on to serve as executive producer on Hail Mary, a drama pilot recently picked up by CBS. She'll serve along side...
Fairly Legal creator and executive producer Michael Sardo remembers exactly when he realized he had found his leading lady.
"I had seen 90 women when Sarah Shahi came in. When the casting director pulled out a pretend gun in the audition scene, they all backed up," Sardo tells TVGuide.com. "Sarah's audition started, the casting director pulled out the fake gun, and she leaned in. Right then and there, I knew she was Kate."
Fearlessness was an important prerequisite for the role of mediator Kate Reed, the center of USA's new drama, Fairly Legal. After the sudden death of her father, both her mentor and best friend, Kate agrees to work for her difficult stepmother (Virginia Williams) to help keep her father's law firm afloat. When she's not settling disputes for bitter divorcees and powerful CEOs, Kate is also still dealing with her split from...
True Blood is amping up the girl power for Season 4.
The HBO drama is promoting Jessica Tuck to a series regular and adding three new actresses, Deadline reports.
Tuck, 47, has recurred since the show's inception as...
Television has become more gay-friendly, led by True Blood, which boasts the most gay characters on a series, according to GLAAD's 2010 Where We Are On TV report.
MTV, CW top GLAAD's gay-friendly programming index; CBS fails again
The HBO vampire smash was named the most inclusive program for featuring six regular and recurring lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered characters. HBO also leads cable networks with 10 LGBT characters, bumping the overall cable total to 35 characters ...
Julianna Margulies, Dallas Roberts
Viewers are quite familiar with Alicia's marriage and children on The Good Wife, but little is known about the litigator's background. Look for that to change when her gay brother, Owen, visits next season and makes his presence felt right away.
"I think [creators and executive producers] Robert and Michelle [King] came up with a very sort of compelling and surprising way to introduce her brother into the world that...
Katherine Moennig, who memorably portrayed frisky hairdresser Shane on The L Word, will guest-star in the upcoming season of Dexter, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Moennig will play...
NBC has added a fifth pilot to its fall season with the pickup of Chase, a drama produced by Jerry Bruckheimer.
NBC picks up three more series for 2010-11 season
"Chase has all the undeniable elements of a thrill ride that you would expect from a Jerry Bruckheimer action series," said Angela Bromstad, NBC's president of primetime entertainment. "Equally important, it also features...
Jennifer Beals has landed the female lead in Fox's new cop drama pilot, Ride-Along, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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Beals (The L Word, Lie to Me) will star opposite Jason Clarke (Brotherhood) as Chicago's first ...