Ian Sander and Kim Moses
CBS has ordered a romantic legal drama pilot from Ghost Whisperer producers Ian Sander and Kim Moses.
Catch up on the latest pilots news
Reckless is described as a "sultry" legal show about...
Star Wars ( J.J. Abrams inset)
Now that J.J. Abrams is officially onboard to direct the seventh Star Wars film, the question on everyone's mind is: But what does that mean?!
To help out, TVGuide.com put on our best deerstalkers and dived deep into Abram's television past, from Felicity all the way through Revolution. And based on our investigation, here are eight things we could expect to see in Star Wars: Episode VII:
What would the good Reverend Camden say?
Barry Watson, who played eldest son Matt Camden on the long-running family drama 7th Heaven, is joining Gossip Girl for the...
Grey's Anatomy, Chandra Wilson and Jason George
Jason George is returning to Grey's Anatomy for multiple episodes in Season 8, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Grey's Anatomy exclusive: Find out who the new Chief of Seattle Grace is
George, who recently starred on Off the Map, will reprise his role as...
Former Days of Our Lives star Krista Allen will guest-star on the freshman season of TNT's new drama Perception, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
TNT renews Southland, green-lights Eric McCormack drama
Perception stars Will & Grace's Eric McCormack as Dr. Daniel Pierce, an eccentric neuroscientist and university professor who helps the FBI solve complex criminal cases.
Allen will play Allison Bannister, a wealthy alumna/widow who is a fan of Pierce's work...
Jennifer Love Hewitt
Ghost Whisperer fans shouldn't say goodbye to the paranormal just yet. Although the show was canceled after five seasons, executive producer Kim Moses tells TVGuide.com that she and her team are moving forward on a new show called Ghostworld with ABC.
CBS cancels seven series, including Ghost Whisperer, Numb3rs and Cold Case
Jason George and Chandra Wilson
Jason George, who has played go-to hunks on What About Brian, Eli Stone and Eastwick is joining Grey's Anatomy, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
George, 37, has been cast as...
Cheri Oteri by Jeff Vespa/WireImage.com
Could this be off the shelf? Even though TV Guide had heard the J.J. Abrams/Cheri Oteri half-hour comedy was shelved a few weeks ago, Oteri tells TV Guide shes back working with Abrams on the project. SNL alum Oteri spoke to TV Guide on Tuesday, Oct. 30, at the premiere of her indie film Park (which also stars Dirty Sexy Moneys William Baldwin, and Ricki Lake). Abrams, currently at work on the latest Star Trek feature film, is best known for Lost, What About Brian, Alias and Felicity, all of which displayed some comedic elements, but he has yet to produce a half-hour comedy. Abrams did, however, direct an episode of NBCs The Office this year."I met him years ago," Oteri says of Abrams. "He said, 'Ive always wanted to do a comedy and I only want to do it with you.'"According to Oteri, the project is slated for 2008. "Working with him is just a dream come true," she says. As for dream cast mates, Oteris leaving that to Abrams. "Hes got such great in...
Drew Carey host of The Price Is Right by Monty Brinton/CBS
Giggling at the antics of the slap-happy contestants who come on down at what he calls the happiest place on Earth, Drew Carey looks like hes having a blast, and looks right at home, on the spiffed-up set of The Price Is Right as he takes over as host today. Theres no fuss and no ceremony, and outside of the introduction telling us were at the Bob Barker Studio in Television City, and that one of the games is still called Barkers Bargain Bar, and that Carey chooses to sign off with the traditional plea to have your pets spayed, theres no actual homage to the former host as the new Price era begins.And yet, probably the greatest tribute to Bob Barker is that the show goes on, and goes on effortlessly with its funny-looking new ringleader, who appears to be genuinely tickled at the breathless excitement of the frantic folks who come to play the game. When one of the contestants does a cartwheel after taking the stage, C...
Michael Chiklis in The Shield by Prashant Gupta/FX
In all of the hubbub being made over anticipating Sundays final episode ever of The Sopranos, it seems unfair to let The Shield end its penultimate season without some fanfare.As I noted when both shows returned within a week of each other in April, these dark dramas are among TVs best. As their seasons unfolded, they lived up to my expectations. Quoting myself at the time: The Shield is first-rate pulp fiction, blisteringly intense as it grabs you by the throat. The Sopranos is more like classic literature, achieving a level of artistry with its aching yet witty realism while delivering violent jolts that sneak up on you like a sucker punch.Both of these series ask us to empathize with pretty despicable characters, no doubt. But its hard to imagine any Shield fan not cheering Tuesday night for Vic when he realized hes now sitting on a trunk full of leverage, the key to save his job. Likewise, who didnt cringe as Shane fell further into the ...