With Friday's release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, the franchise that made Emma Watson's career will come to a close. But that doesn't mean she's slowing down — according to The Hollywood Reporter, the 21-year-old actress has at least two movies in the works...
William Shatner will guest-star on an upcoming episode of Psych, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
The two-time Emmy winner, 80, will play the estranged con man/father of Juliet (Maggie Lawson).
New Kid Joey McIntyre cops to Psych role
As TVGuide.com first reported, viewers will meet Frank when he...
Camryn Manheim and Steve Harris, The Practice
Former Practice stars Camryn Manheim and Steve Harris will reunite with series creator David E. Kelley, TVLine reports.
Manheim and Harris both will guest-star on Kelley's latest legal series, Harry's Law. It stars Kathy Bates as a recently fired attorney who...
Lara Flynn Boyle
E!'s next celebrity reality series won't star a Kardashian sister or a Girl Next Door, but rather Lara Flynn Boyle.
The network has green-lit a pilot presentation of a docu-reality series about the former Practice star, Deadline reports. The as-yet-untitled series would follow Boyle as she ...
Don't mess with this guy! Emmy winner Michael Badalucco — aka Jimmy Berluti on The Practice — joins The Young and the Restless October 13 as a menschy but dangerous bookie named Hogan. He'll be after schemer Jeff Bardwell (Ted Shackelford) to cough up some overdue dough — or else. TV Guide Magazine spoke with Badalucco about his first suds experience and found out he's already been reprimanded by the voice of God!
Jeers to Dark Blue for blowing it in Season 2.
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When it debuted last year, TNT's LAPD drama felt like a poor man's Shield, with Dylan McDermott leading a team of gonzo undercover cops who weren't afraid to cross the line to nail the bad guys...
Cheers to Friday Night Lights for putting a spotlight on Steve Harris.
The Emmy-nominated actor has been largely invisible on the small screen since wrapping his run as lawyer Eugene Young on The Practice in 2004. He's quietly reemerged on the superlative fourth season of FNL as Vernon Merriweather...
Alfre Woodard, Memphis Beat
Jeers to Memphis Beat for saddling Alfre Woodard with another one-note role.
The 14-time Emmy nominee (she's won four — for Hill Street Blues, L.A. Law, The Practice and the HBO film Miss Evers' Boys) has lately been wasted in throwaway authority-figure parts on subpar shows like Three Rivers and My Own Worst Enemy. TNT's new cop dramedy is no exception, as Woodard's by-the-book boss mostly stands around scowling at Jason Lee's maverick Tennessee detective...
Kelli Williams with Tim Roth, Lie to Me
Following weeks of cruising comfortably on American Idol's coattails, Lie to Me now must face a hard truth: It has the burden of kicking off Fox's Wednesday line-up. Kelli Williams (who with Tim Roth plays a top-notch deception detector) previews the show's 8 o'clock debut.
TVGuide.com: As nice as it was to have the Idol lead-in, are you now nervous about having to kick off the night at 8 o'clock?
Kelli Williams: There's always a little concern when they start moving your show around, but it's good that we're at least on the same night. But yeah, I have one little concern. We were worried that maybe we'd lose some of the more adult themes, but so far so good!
TVGuide.com: Speaking of Idol, I have noticed that Simon Cowell often uses his middle finger to scratch his nose. Discuss.
Williams: Oh, he's consciously flipping people off! That's interesting... For a couple of months ...
Kelli Williams by Jesse Grant/ WireImage.com
Kelli Williams, best known as The Practice's feisty Lindsey Dole, will join Tim Roth in the human lie detector business, in the Fox pilot Lie to Me.The drama series centers on Cal Lightman (Roth), a cutting-edge researcher in the field of "deception detection," says the Reporter. Williams will play his colleague, Dr. Gillian Foster.Roth joins a long list of movie vets segueing into the world of television: Christian Slater on My Own Worst Enemy, Glenn Close on Damages, Holly Hunter on Saving Grace, Kyra Sedwick on The Closer, Patricia Arquette on Medium. Do you think Roth and Williams will make a believable duo? Erin FoxRelated:• Pilot News: Tim Roth Tells a Lie