The Newsroom's second season will premiere on ...
Alison Pill and Jay Baruchel
The Newsroom actress Alison Pill and Jay Baruchel have ended their engagement, US Weekly reports.
Pill, 27, and Baruchel, 30, met on the set of the film Goon and got engaged in December 2010. Although they were planning to wed in September 2012, the nuptials were postponed.
Aaron Sorkin is well aware that critics had a lot to say about The Newsroom's first season. Whether he plans to do anything differently with regard to the many complaints is a different story.
"As far as criticism goes, there was a lot, so it would be hard to address this and not that," Sorkin, the show's creator and executive producer, told TVGuide.com at Sunday's PaleyFest panel. "There are plenty of TV critics I respect, and I read them and I think about what they're saying. But when it comes time to write, you really got to go in and do your thing and not have too many voices in your head."
Terry Crews has joined the cast of the untitled Fox comedy from Parks and Recreation's Mike Schur and Dan Goor.
The project stars Saturday Night Live alum Andy Samberg as one of a diverse group of detectives at a New York police precinct. Crews will play...
Marcia Gay Harden
Oscar winner Marcia Gay Harden is heading to The Newsroom to replace Rosemarie DeWitt, Entertainment Weekly reports.
DeWitt left the HBO drama last week after shooting a handful of episodes. HBO said DeWitt's early departure was because of....
This just in: Rosemarie DeWitt is leaving The Newsroom, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Dewitt is reportedly leaving because of...
TNT has picked up a new series from NCIS: LA showrunner Shane Brennan centered on two former Secret Service agents-turned-private investigators, Deadline reports.
The untitled series, starring Jon Tenney and Rebecca Romijn, received a 10-episode order and is set to premiere some time this summer. Adapted from characters by bes-tselling author David Baldacci, the show follows...
Claire Danes, Damian Lewis
It's that time of the year again: awards season! The fete-ing all kicks off Sunday with the 70th Golden Globe Awards (8 ET/5 PT on NBC). Will Homeland continue its awards show winning streak? Is Lincoln the film to beat? Check out our predictions below and tell us your picks for the big prizes.
If there's one thing we can count on from the Golden Globes, it's that the Hollywood Foreign Press Association will never fail to be simultaneously great and frustrating. Such was the case with its nominations for the 70th annual show. Smash — yes, Smash — managed a series nod, while Mad Men is nowhere to be seen. But those weren't the only shockers Thursday morning.
Claire Danes and Mandy Patinkin
Freshman series dominated Thursday's Golden Globe nominations, as Nashville, The Newsroom, Smash, Veep and Girls all scored nods, while former three-time drama series champ Mad Men was unceremoniously dropped.
After four straight nominations and three wins, Mad Men was eschewed in favor of ...