Mimi Rogers will guest-star on Two and a Half Men as Ashton Kutcher's mom, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
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NCIS' Leroy Jethro Gibbs is a man of few words and many wives. And this November, viewers are going to meet another former Mrs. Gibbs, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Mad Men mistress Melinda McGraw has been cast as Diane, one of the three (redheaded) women Gibbs (Mark Harmon) married after his first wife was killed. Fans of the show will recall that after Diane split from Gibbs, she also married his friend and colleague, FBI Agent Tobias Fornell (Joe Spano), who will also return for the episode.
Although Fornell had a daughter with Diane, both men have not-so-fond memories of her...
HBO has given the go-ahead to the comedy pilot Spring/Fall, starring Tea Leoni, Deadline reports.
Set in New York, Leoni plays half of a dysfunctional partnership between two women in the fashion industry. The project is scheduled to begin filming in June.
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Question: What is up with Saturday Night Live? Who are all these people?? There are so many people in the cast that I simply can't connect to them. Back when SNL started, the Not Ready For Prime Time Players was a cast of 7 and you really "knew" them. You knew their characters, their skits, you looked forward to Roseanne Roseannadanna and Belushi's Samurai. Now with a cast of thousands (it seems), no one really cares. I, like so many others, watch the opening, fast-forward to the musical guest (maybe), watch the news, then erase. The best thing the PTB could do would be to trim the cast, keep the ones we really like (Wiig, Kenan, Samberg, Hader, Meyers) and start writing for them, not just writing to fill the time. — Deb
Cary Elwes has joined the cast of David E. Kelley's Wonder Woman pilot, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
He's set to star opposite Adrienne Palicki, who nabbed the role of Wonder Woman/Diana Themyscira, aka Diana Prince. Elwes will play Themyscira Industries acting CEO Henry Detmer. He's devoted to Diana and looks out for her interests like an uncle would, but it's possible he could become a love interest later. The news was first reported by Deadline.
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Question: After watching the last 10 minutes of last week's Bones play out, I was left disappointed and heavy by what happened (which was a big bummer after watching the wonderful Friday Night Lights finale beforehand)...
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Cheers to Men of a Certain Age for hiring an actress of a certain range: Melinda McGraw.
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She's been one of TV's most reliable performers ever since making her series debut 20 years ago in an episode of ...
We've been waiting all season — some I would imagine rather impatiently — for the worlds to collide on Fringe, and it finally happened in the last moments of the most recent (Nov. 18) episode, which is where this week's pivotal and please-don't-miss-it installment picks up.
To watch the awesome teaser, go here.
NBC will soon have a new owner, a new entertainment chief — and a long road back to prime-time ratings success.
Once the government gives its stamp of approval to cable company Comcast's deal to buy a controlling interest in NBC Universal, former Showtime chief Robert Greenblatt will try to restore the luster of NBC's entertainment division. While NBC is a powerhouse in TV news and its cable networks are a profit machine (current executives in both divisions will remain in place when Comcast takes over), the most visible aspect of its business — the broadcast network's prime-time lineup — has deteriorated steadily throughout the decade. The once proud peacock has not turned out a new major ratings hit in five years, and its biggest shows — The Office, Law & Order: SVU and The Biggest Loser — are aging and in decline.
New management is looking for a rescue effort from Greenblatt, who in seven years at Showtime stewarded such lauded series ...
The Vampire Diaries co-creator and executive producer Kevin Williamson is working on a potential new companion series for the hit CW drama, Deadline reports.
The supernatural drama, which is in early stages of development, is described as The X-Files meets Buffy the Vampire Slayer, according to the site. The show would focus on a group of people who...