If there was ever a doubt that Glee's Blaine Anderson comes from an attractive lineage, this should seal the deal: Matt Bomer is in talks to play Blaine's older brother on an April episode of the Fox series, according to TVLine.
Timothy Olyphant, Justified
On that rare occasion when someone tells you there's nothing good on TV — but honestly, why would you be talking to people like that? — gently point them toward Tuesday nights at 10/9c, a time period that became ridiculously overstuffed this week thanks to some of cable's best and most entertaining dramas. (And let's pause to give thanks to cable replays, for those with limited DVR capability.)
THE TUESDAY LOGJAM: Let's start with FX's Justified, fresh as ever in its third season. Still recovering from last season's wounds, wry U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) may not be up to snuff just yet — as his boss taunts, "You can't run and you can't shoot, what good are you?" — but the show is so assured in its blend of barbed humor and deadly menace that you can always expect at least once per episode to be found laughing on the edge of your seat. Mags Bennett may be gone, and there's no replacing the great Margo Martindale, but icy-eyed Neal McDonough is giving it a robust go...
While it always sucks when White Collar vanishes from our screens, those unwelcome absences also make its returns 10 times more of a reason to celebrate. So we here at the Watercooler have rounded up that many moments from last night's mid-season premiere to express how happy we are to have the delightful caper back again. Of course, we're not the only ones who dig the show so please feel free to add your own reasons in the comments field below. And remember, there can never be enough praise for the Burke-Caffrey bromance.
Matt Bomer, White Collar
When Season 3 of White Collar premiered with a new opening title sequence last June, fans were not pleased. They took to social media — namely Twitter and Facebook — to express their displeasure, and it didn't go unnoticed.
Where is Elizabeth Burke? That became the burning question on the minds of White Collar fans everywhere after Mrs. Suit was kidnapped by Keller in the midseason finale.
When White Collar returns, there's one big problem keeping Peter (Tim DeKay), Neal (Matt Bomer) and the rest of the FBI from giving Keller the treasure and saving Elizabeth: the treasure is...
She's battled Buffy, brought it on and made us want to play in the weirdest dollhouse ever, so it's no wonder we can't get enough of Eliza Dushku. But for those of you still not hip to the hotness that is Dushku, we're happy to say that she is more than just a pretty face who can kick ass. She's also a funny lady — as proven by tonight's bawdy guest spot on The League (10:30/9:30c, FX) — a budding filmmaker, and a philanthropist. Here, the multi-hyphenate fan fave discusses her latest foray into the funny business of TV and what we can expect from her in the coming year.
Brandon Jay McLaren
The Killing's Brandon Jay McLaren will co-star in the untitled USA pilot from White Collar creator Jeff Eastin, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
White Collar and Royal Pains will return on back-to-back nights in January, USA announced Tuesday.
Season 3 of White Collar will premiere Tuesday, Jan. 17 at 10/9c, with Royal Pains, which also heads into its third season, bowing the next night at 10/9c.
Lost's Sonya Walger joins USA's Common Law
In addition, new buddy-cop drama Common Law will premiere ...
Gossip Girl grad Aaron Tveit will star in the untitled USA pilot from White Collar creator Jeff Eastin, Deadline reports.
The hour-long drama centers on agents from various federal and local agencies, including the FBI and the...
White Collar star Tim DeKay is (temporarily) transferring from the FBI to the CIA for a guest appearance on Chuck, Entertainment Weekly reports.
DeKay, who plays FBI Agent Peter Burke on the USA series, will appear in the eighth episode of Chuck as Kieran Ryker, Sarah's stoic former CIA handler who makes her...