With Lindsay Lohan starting a 90-day stint in rehab on Thursday, we're hoping that once she gets out in August, she can keep herself busy and gainfully employed with a return to TV.
Lohan's last TV appearance on pal Charlie Sheen's Anger Management in April was a modest success. She played a caricature of her public persona -- named Lindsay, of course -- who consults Charlie (Sheen) for anger counseling, complete with shtick references to her notorious personal life, including drugs (donut powder mistaken for cocaine) and court dates. Despite receiving a mixed chorus of jeers, the Anger Management gig got this endorsement from Newsday: "There was an ember of something that seemed totally lost in all the coverage, headlines and nonsense of the last few years: Lohan actually has some talent."
Olivia Pope & Associates' client list is quickly turning A-list on Scandal.
Following news of Lisa Edelstein's upcoming appearance, Ugly Betty alum Eric Mabius has been tapped for a guest spot on the ABC political drama, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
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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...
Stuart is here to stay on The Big Bang Theory.
Actor Kevin Sussman, who plays the comic book store manager, has been promoted to a series regular for the CBS comedy's sixth season, Deadline reports.