Wouldn't the world be so much better if we all sang our arguments? God knows, TV would be better if we had more Megan Mullally on it.
Edward Furlong and Tom Sizemore
TNT's new Eric McCormack crime drama Perception, set to debut in summer 2012, has already booked an eclectic lineup of guest stars to come play with the Emmy-winning Will & Grace star. Roger Bart, who played Desperate Housewives' crazed pharmacist, and two actors who have toiled with pharmaceuticals and the law in real life — Edward Furlong (Terminator 2) and Tom Sizemore, have been cast in suspicious roles.
Roger will play a high-powered IRS agent questioned in connection ...
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...
Peter Tolan, Sean Hayes
Rescue Me co-creator Peter Tolan and his writing partner Michael Wimer have joined Sean Hayes' upcoming NBC sitcom about two gay dads, Entertainment Weekly reports.
The untitled project, which was first announced two weeks ago, will star Hayes as half of the couple raising a 12-year-old. Tolan will serve as ...
Bobby Cannavale will guest-star on 10 episodes of Nurse Jackie, Showtime announced Thursday.
Cannavale, who earlier this year got raves for the film Win Win, joins the half-hour series, which stars Edie Falco as a pill-popping nurse, as a hospital administrator sent to All Saint's Hospital by the new owner to whip things into shape and enhance profits.
Who's the funniest woman ever to appear on television?
From Lucille Ball's physical comedy on I Love Lucy to Tina's Fey's witty dialogue on 30 Rock, TV Guide Network is counting down the most comedic ladies who have graced the small screen.
Simon Baker, Mary-Louise Parker, Thomas Gibson
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I just watched The Mentalist finale again, and I have no idea what they're going to do next season. Any clues? — Chris
ADAM: It's simple: Jane will claim that he killed Red John in self-defense after he learned that Red John was communicating with his mole, Agent O'Loughlin. (We all saw the gun and the phone call, right?) Not so fast, says series creator Bruno Heller. "Not only is there no cell phone with any calls from an FBI Agent named O'Loughlin, but no gun will be found [by the police]," he says, hinting that someone is still pulling the strings. "Within five minutes of the season-opener, Jane is in jail for homicide with no way out. And he and Lisbon, to some extent, start questioning his sanity." There we go — the insanity defense!
I can't wait for Weeds to return! How will Nancy be different after "Plan C"? — Amanda
NATALIE: Don't assume that being behind bars has taught Nancy anything....
As the TV season comes to a close, TV Guide Network takes a look back at the best finales of all time.
From the cut-to-black ending of The Sopranos to the vaguely spiritual final act of Lost, Jason Alexander counts down the most unforgettable finales. The special also features interviews with stars of these talked-about finales, including Will & Grace's Megan Mullally, Dallas' Patrick Duffy and Larry Hagman, M*A*S*H's Mike Farrell and The Shield's Walton Goggins.
TBS, TNT Logos
TNT's programming slate includes a drama starring Eric McCormack, projects from John Wells and Mitch Albom and a TNT Tuesday Night Mystery, while TBS hopes to build on its "Very Funny" motto with The Wedding Band.
Fall 2011 TV scorecard: Which shows are returning? Which aren't?
Neil Patrick Harris
Neil Patrick Harris is set to reprise his role as Tony Awards host for the 2011 ceremony, Deadline reports.
Harris, 37, earned rave reviews when he first hosted...