Body of Proof
After being canceled last week, ABC's Body of Proof might find new life on cable. According to Deadline, TNT, USA and WGN America have all shown interest in picking up the Dana Delany procedural.
Shawn Sanford and Poppy Montgomery
Unforgettable star Poppy Montgomery and her boyfriend, Shawn Sanford, welcomed a daughter on April 22, People reports.
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Question: This TV mid-season has brought us three dramas about serial killers: The Following, Hannibal and Bates Motel. Why do competing networks often program similar TV shows? Remember the recent explosion of shows set in the 1960s (The Playboy Club, Pan Am, The Hour)? Last year we had the more successful slate of fantasy universe-meets-modern universe shows (Grimm, Once Upon a Time). What gives? Are the networks just waiting around for word of what their rivals are doing so that they can make a duplicate? Or is it all just coincidence? — Sam
Sometimes even network executives admit they've made mistakes. After canceling Unforgettable last year, CBS is bringing back the cop drama this summer. AMC changed its mind about dropping The Killing and, most recently, Lifetime decided to revive Drop Dead Diva.
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead. Read at your own risk!]
Ruh-roh. Andrea is in major trouble!
On Sunday's The Walking Dead, Andrea (Laurie Holden) attempted to defect from the Woodbury group to warn Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and the rest of the prison gang that the Governor (David Morrisey) was planning to kill them all. Well, everyone except Michonne (Danai Gurira), who the one-eyed sadist was planning to torture... and likely rape.
Drop Dead Diva
It's alive! Six weeks after Lifetime canceled Drop Dead Diva, the network has decided to move forward with a fifth season after all.
New seasons of longtime reality hit Big Brother and the Poppy Montgomery-led procedural Unforgettable will premiere this summer on CBS, the network announced Saturday.
A new expanded season of Big Brother, which is now going into its...
Poppy Montgomery is expecting her second child, People reports.
This will be...
CBS is serious about tackling broadcast TV's summer problem, and to prove it, the network is hauling out two big names: Steven Spielberg and Stephen King.
The Steves are behind the upcoming 13-episode CBS summer series Under the Dome, based on King's best-selling thriller about a New England town that becomes sealed off from the rest of the world.
Below you can find all the scoop on CBS' new and returning shows from the Television Critics Association fall TV previews.