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Stop us if you've heard this one before. Fox's new drama Rake features a main character who, despite being pretty great at his job, is a complete trainwreck in every other aspect of his life.But unlike the Dr. Gregory Houses or Don Drapers littering the past and present TV landscape, Rake's protagonist, defense attorney Keegan Deane, is a bit less rough around the edges. Indeed, most of the time, he's quite the charmer, which probably has something to do with the fact that he's played by Greg Kinnear.Winter TV: Check out all the must-see new shows"Greg's kind of perfect because there is this likability about him that people are prepared to forgive all sorts of things," creator and executive producer Peter Duncan, who created the Australian drama of the same name that inspired the Fox series, tells TVGuide.com...
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from the midseason finale of Ringer. Read at your own risk.] Ringer's midseason finale proved that the consequences for Bridget taking over Siobhan's life can be quite deadly. After spending much of the season...
Ringer viewers didn't have to wait long for Bridget's secret to come tumbling out. After Gemma (Tara Summers) discovered that Henry (Kristopher Polaha) had actually been having an affair with Siobhan (Sarah Michelle Gellar), Bridget did the only thing she could think of to keep herself safe:
Jaime Murray is heading back to The CW on its new drama series Ringer, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. Murray, who once starred in the network's short-lived Valentine, joins the Sarah Michelle Gellar-starring series as...
Why did Buffy the Vampire Slayer star Sarah Michelle Gellar choose to return to TV with Ringer? To honor her fans. "I have the most incredible fan base and I also had the most incredible show," she told TVGuide.com at the CW's recent upfront in New York. "You don't repeat history, but you also want to honor that and my fans are smart and like evocative television and with this all the pieces fell into place."
The CW has released video previews of three of its new shows, including Sarah Michelle Gellar's drama Ringer, the supernatural series Secret Circle and Rachel Bilson's Southern drama Hart of Dixie. Fall 2011 TV Scorecard: Which shows are returning? Which aren't?
The CW's fall lineup will find Sarah Michelle Gellar on a very familiar night and will feature Kevin Williamson and Josh Schwartz drama blocks.Fall 2011 TV Scorecard: Which shows are returning? Which aren't?Gellar's Ringer, which was originally developed for sister network CBS, will follow 90210 at 9/8c on Tuesdays — the same night Buffy the Vampire Slayer aired for most of its run on the WB and UPN before they merged into the CW. The thriller stars Gellar as a recovering alcoholic on the run ...
Five-time Emmy winner John Larroquette (Night Court, The Practice) is joining the cast of Boston Legal this fall as a senior partner from the New York offices of Crane Poole & Schmidt who transfers to the Beantown branch. In addition, Christian Clemenson — an Emmy winner last year for his turn as Jerry "Hands" Espenson — has been upgraded to series regular status, while Tara Summers (Dirt) is coming on board as a young associate.Who, you ask, is leaving to make room for all the above? I'll let Ausiello fill you in on the slew of sayonaras. But I warn you, it isn't pretty.
Question: I'm curious. From what you have seen so far of the shows being introduced in the upcoming fall season, which ones are worth watching? Answer: From the stuff I've seen so far, Fox's 24-esque kidnapping thriller Vanished and NBC's Tina Fey SNL-esque comedy are two early standouts. I also got a kick out of Fox's The Wedding Album, but that was mostly because of the chemistry between recently fired lead Bruno Campos and costar Tara Summers. On the flip side, all of Fox's comedies — with the exception of Brad Garrett's 'Til Death, which has potential — are major stinkers. I also wasn't crazy about CW's Runaway, and I'm not saying that because it took Everwood's place on the fall schedule. Oh, who am I kidding — sure I am.