Chad Michael Murray and Hilarie Burton
Are One Tree Hill alums Hilarie Burton and Chad Michael Murray open to returning to the CW show?
"I'm never ever gonna say never," Burton told TVGuide.com on the USA upfront red carpet in New York on Monday night. "I love that crew so much, I miss them and Wilmington."
Jeffrey Donovan, Mark Feurstein
USA has set premiere dates for eight original series, marking one of the cable channel's biggest summer slates ever.
White Collar and Covert Affairs will return back-to-back on Tuesday, June 7 beginning at 9/8c. Burn Notice's Season 5 will premiere at 9/8c on Thursday, June 23 followed by the debut of the new series Suits, a legal drama starring Gabriel Macht (Love and Other Drugs) as one of Manhattan's top lawyers who hires a brilliant unmotivated college dropout (Patrick J. Adams.
Alana De La Garza, Terrence Howard
Used to be you'd have to wait until between seasons for the Law & Order revolving door to claim its victims. LOLA doesn't have that luxury. An ill-conceived and poorly cast clone rushed on the air after NBC unwisely and abruptly scuttled the mothership at the end of last season, Law & Order: Los Angeles substituted sun-splashed sprawl for urban grit. The results were not pretty, or especially interesting.
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AS FBI agent Peter Burke on USA's White Collar, Tim DeKay is usually the one handcuffing criminals. But for his upcoming guest appearance on Law & Order: LA, DeKay is the one with his hands tied, literally.
As the victim of a crime, DeKay's character is left locked on the floor of a bathroom with his hands, legs and mouth tied up. Although shooting the scene was far from easy, he...
Alex O'Loughlin, Marcia Cross, David Boreanaz
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When will Bones wrap up the serial killer story arc? — Jeff
ADAM: Executive producer Stephen Nathan promises that the hunt for Jacob Broadsky will be resolved in this season's penultimate episode. Helping (or hurting?) Booth and Brennan will be a female twentysomething special agent whose inexperience ultimately puts Booth directly in Broadsky's crosshairs.
Can you tell us anything about Bree's new love interest on Desperate Housewives? —Regina
NATALIE: Love interest might be too strong a word for now. We know that Jonathan Cake plays a cop, but like all cops, he's always...
Grant Show will be heading to Miami as a recurring guest star on USA's Burn Notice, EW reports.
Show will play a CIA operative named Max opposite Jeffrey Donovan's Michael Westen. He'll appear in the fifth season premiere, titled "Company Man," as well as in two more episodes.
White Collar, Covert Affairs
New seasons of White Collar and Covert Affairs will premiere in June, USA Network announced Thursday.
What's next on White Collar: Neal's big decision, his future with Sara and the origin of Mozzie
White Collar will return for its third season on Tuesday, June 7 at 9/8c. The debut of Covert Affairs' sophomore season will...
"V" is for "vamping" — that's been the case for most of the life of ABC's re-imagined, if hardly re-energized, version of V. You know, the show where alien ships hover over Earth week after week, with nothing much happening as Evil Queen Anna coldly plots the destruction of humanity with all those pesky emotional souls while ...
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Question: Hoping you might have some thoughts on Supernatural this season. Like a lot of fans, I've been seriously disappointed by the fact my favorite show seems to be floundering without Eric Kripke at the helm. I'm finding season 6 to be an incohesive mess, with little apparent "through line" when it comes to plot and characterization, and disappointing underuse of both Jensen Ackles and Misha Collins. I'd love to know how you see things, and what your thoughts are for the show moving forward to a seventh season? As you know, the Supernatural fandom is very active online, and I'm getting the distinct impression from go-to fan forums that a good proportion of the fandom is underwhelmed by season 6, and have either jumped ship or plan to if things don't look up after the show starts airing again. — Kate
Matt Roush: I gather you weren't part of the crowd at Sunday's PaleyFest lovefest in L.A., huh? These are almost fighting words when you consider how passionate the fan base for Supernatural is. I can't speak for any fan consensus, because I rarely seek out those forums so as to keep my own perspective untainted. But I'm not surprised to hear this season has been a letdown to many — although it doesn't get better than the recent "meta" episode, which I enjoyed greatly, in part as a commentary on doing a "season 6" when the fifth season was for so long regarded as the show's likely endgame...
While we try to process those terrible images from the Japan earthquake/tsunami, a few thoughts on some of the highs and lows of the week in TV. (And when we speak of highs and lows, of course the subject is Charlie Sheen.)
REMEMBERING CHARLIE HARPER: Malibu is mourning the loss of one of its more colorful residents: jingle writer/children's music composer-performer Charlie Harper (aka "Charlie Waffles"). His passing was confirmed this week in the wake of the career suicide of his notorious alter ego, a self-described Hollywood "warlock" whose overexposed online rants (following a spate of reckless TV and radio interviews) have quickly degraded from the category of morbidly fascinating train wreck to the realm of sick, sad, no-longer-funny joke.