Dmitry Lipkin and Colette Burson
Showtime is developing a supernatural thriller from Hung co-creators Dmitry Lipkin and Colette Burson, Deadline reports.
Entitled Sleep No More, the series revolves around a town where the dead keep returning to life. Lipkin and Burson will serve as writers and executive producers.
FX has ordered a new comedy series from Aussie comedian Jim Jefferies, the network announced Wednesday.
Legit stars Jefferies as...
The Munsters is alive with Eddie Izzard!
The actor is in final negotiations to star in and produce NBC's reboot of the classic sitcom, now titled Mockingbird Lane, Deadline reports. Izzard will play family patriarch/vampire/shape-shifter Grandpa, who was played by Al Lewis on the original series.
Exclusive: The Munsters back in development at NBC
The project, which was pushed to summer ...
Arye Gross will guest-star in the upcoming season of Fringe, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Gross — whose TV credits include Castle, The Riches and Medium — plays...
Minnie Driver will star in CBS' drama pilot Hail Mary, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The buddy P.I. project revolves around a ...
Margo Martindale, Justified
Margo Martindale has joined the cast of Justified for the second season, TVGuide.com has learned.
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Martindale, 59, will play Mags Bennett, a towering figure in the Harlan County criminal world. She's the matriarch of the Bennett clan, which has had a Hatfield and McCoys-type relationship with Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) and his family for years.
The Bennetts have been the biggest pot farmers in Eastern Kentucky for generations, and they were bootleggers before that. Mags is described as a defender of the old ways, and even at her age, she's more dangerous than ever...
She plays Deandra "Sweet Dee" Reynolds, foulmouthed girl Friday to the barfly doofuses of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
Where you've seen her before Most recently, as Amy Adams' sister in Leap Year. Before that, the Groundlings grad killed it as Cheryl Hines' sister on Curb Your Enthusiasm and as the passive-aggressive, one-armed neighbor on The Riches...
British comic Eddie Izzard has been tapped for a recurring role on United States of Tara, Deadline reports.
In the Showtime series about a woman grappling with Dissociative Identity Disorder, Izzard will play a...
Zachary Quinto, Heroes
p>TV Guide's Senior Critic Matt Roush takes your TV questions. Have a rant, rave or burning question about your favorite show you'd like addressed? E-mail him here.
Question: What shall we do with Heroes? NBC must be asking itself the same question. Its first season, the show was a breakthrough hit, and then its season finale disappointed many. The abbreviated second season disappointed many more. Its producer publicly apologized for mistakes in that season. Then it comes back, supposedly rejuvenated and better than ever. NBC promotes the hell out of it and, almost unbelievably, viewership is down. The episodes that have aired so far have certainly been pretty good and even promising. I have to wonder if NBC made a blunder by airing the premiere against the Dancing with the Stars premiere. Maybe they should have come back a week earlier. Regardless, we need some explanation as to why the show can't get back on track to where it was in its best first season moments. My conclusion is that there was one colossal blunder made by the show's producers that has caused most of the problems, and that decision was to keep Sylar around after the first season. — Kelly H.
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