Is Tim Daly getting back into TV medicine?
The former Private Practice star has booked a guest-starring ...
Penny Marshall and Lorraine Bracco have signed on for Fox's Mulaney, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Based on the life of John Mulaney, who will also write and star in the comedy, Mulaney follows...
Drea De Matteo
This time, Drea de Matteo is getting bumped up instead of bumped off.
The Sopranos alum is being promoted to a series regular for Sons of Anarchy's seventh and final season, TVLine reports.
Our favorite movie and TV robots
De Matteo has played Wendy, Jax's (Charlie Hunnam) junkie ex and...
So many golden ages, so much brilliance from which to choose. In culling from the "60 Greatest" lists we've compiled during our 60th-anniversary year, we shook things up, blending drama, comedy and other genres to salute the shows with the biggest cultural impact and most enduring influence. What will the next 60 years bring? We can't wait to find out...
HBO will pay tribute to James Gandolfini with a new 35-minute special on Sunday.
James Gandolfini: Tribute to a Friend will include interviews with more than...
One of America's most famous TV daughters is coming to Dads.
Jamie-Lynn Sigler, best known for playing Meadow on The Sopranos, will guest-star on...
Christopher Evan Welch
Rubicon alum Christopher Evan Welch died on Monday, Deadline.com reports. He was believed to be 48.
A lot of people weren't laughing at Sunday's Family Guy, which shockingly killed off the family's beloved dog Brian.
In response, fans have created a Change.org petition asking Seth MacFarlane and producers to resurrect Brian, because not even The Sopranos' Tony Sirico, who voices the Griffins' new dog Vinnie, can replace the wisecracking mutt.
Steven Van Zandt
Netflix has set the Lilyhammer Season 2 premiere date for Friday, December 13 at 12:01PT, the company announced on Wednesday.
Lilyhammer stars The Sopranos' Steven Van Zandt as an ex-gangster who enters the witness protection program and moves to Norway. Season 2, which consists of 8 episodes, continues with Frank living under the alias of Johnny Henriksen, a successful nightclub owner and father of two. But when his former mob associates find out he is still alive, balancing fatherhood with running a criminal operation becomes even more complicated.
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
I'm going to get right to the point: Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is not good.
Five episodes in, and I'm ready to quit -- and I don't quit anything. I'm still watching Grey's Anatomy, Project Runway and yes, even the boys vs. girls season of America's Next Top Model, but S.H.I.E.L.D. is pushing my limits.
Last week's episode was a small step in the right direction, finally introducing the show's Big Bad, Centipede. But I'm finding it hard to muster up anything beyond apathy towards this evil. Why should I care whether or not Coulson's team can save the world from Centipede when they haven't given me a single reason to care about the people doing the saving? Here are seven ways that S.H.I.E.L.D. went wrong: