Two Chicago PD actors are off the beat.
Scott Eastwood and Tania Raymonde, who both appeared in May's backdoor pilot episode of Chicago Fire, will not appear on the...
It's hard to keep track of a team as big and as busy as Firehouse 51. In between battling blazes and saving lives on Chicago Fire's freshman season, Matt Casey, Kelly Severide and the rest of the squad somehow found ample time to find, and lose, love more times than we can count. And things are just starting to heat up! "We're just adding more pressure points: The risk of closures, new people coming in," showrunner Matt Olmstead tells TVGuide.com. "It's more pressure on this family, and do they fracture or do they galvanize?"Ahead of the Season 2 premiere (Tuesday, 10/9c, NBC), TVGuide.com is catching up viewers on where we left off and what's coming up...
Kevin Bacon, James Purefoy
Fox's The Following opened to killer ratings on Jan. 21, attracting 13.3 million viewers (which includes three days of DVR use). Week 2 was just as sizzling for the new Kevin Bacon thriller, which experienced an even bigger DVR lift. Not bad for a show that doesn't look and wasn't marketed like your typical broadcast drama.
NBC topped the first Monday of 2013, thanks to The Biggest Loser and some help from new drama Deception.
Loser averaged 6.3 million viewers and a 2.4 in the 18-to-49 demographic, down 17 percent ...
Wes Brown, Meagan Good and Ella Rae Peck
The one thing a potential guilty pleasure can't afford to be guilty of is boredom. Just look at the current standard-bearer: ABC's outrageous Scandal, with its whiplash plotting and rat-a-tat-tat dialogue delivered at such hyperspeed you don't have time to dwell on the berserk absurdities, because you're having such a blast. NBC's tepid new mystery-soap hybrid Deception (10/9c) deceives itself if it thinks it belongs in that gonzo company. It even pales next to the diminished second season of Revenge, which needs to refocus on the Emily-vs.-Graysons dynamic and forget the Initiative — yawn — ever existed.
Dan Byrd and Courteney Cox
Question: Now that Happy Endings and Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 have been banished to Sundays nights to wither away, isn't this a lesson we all saw coming by piling on sitcoms against each other on Tuesdays? I can potentially see ABC saving Happy Endings to prolong its syndication opportunities, but both shows were buried without much support (premiering in late October) and ABC seems to have gone down the Cougar Town route again. Apart from protected golden child Modern Family and reliable The Middle, ABC has a poor record of keeping their sitcoms on the air over the last several years, and now we have two more to add to the long list here. It's only a matter of time before Suburgatory enjoys a similar fate. Throwing them opposite hot thing New Girl and a Matthew Perry vehicle Go On seemed foolish on ABC's part.
Bones; The Mob Doctor
Poor Grace. On Monday's New Year's Eve-themed Mob Doctor (9/8c, Fox), the not-so-good doctor (Jordana Spiro) finally finds herself with a few spare hours, only to get pulled into yet another one of her brother Nate's schemes. This time, it involves a stolen racehorse.
Zach Gilford, Kiele Sanchez
Friday Night Lights grad Zach Gilford and The Glades' Kiele Sanchez married Saturday in California, Zap2it reports.
Gilford, 30, and Sanchez, 36, met in early 2010 co-starring on...
NBC topped Monday with a double helping of Blake Shelton.
The Voice pulled in 12 million viewers and a 3.9 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, down slightly from last week. Shelton's Christmas special ...
Revolution closed out the first half of its freshman season on a good note.
The NBC drama, which hit a series low last week, rose 12 percent for its midseason finale, drawing 8.7 million viewers and a 2.9 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic. The show ...