Policemen are partnered with androids in the near-future Los Angeles that’s depicted in “Almost Human,” FOX’s new drama from “Fringe” boss J.H. Wyman, but don’t look for a “Jetsons”-like futuristic […]
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Fox has already renewed “Glee” for Seasons 5 and 6, but FOX entertainment chairman Kevin Reilly said Thursday the current plan is that those two seasons likely will be the show’s last.
We have Chris Pratt to thank for Anna Faris accepting her very first full-time television gig. The actress, who stars on CBS’s latest Chuck Lorre sitcom, “Mom,” says she’d intended to stay home for a while after the birth of her son, but her husband urged her to read a script she’d been sent that was laying on their kitchen counter.
“The Millers,” which premieres Thursday, Oct. 3 on CBS, stars Will Arnett as a recently divorced man whose life changes even more dramatically when his parents (Martindale and Beau Bridges) decide to split up too after 43 years of marriage — and his mom moves in with him.
The original cast might be back together for Season 5 of NBC’s “The Voice,” but that doesn’t mean there won’t be more changes in store when the show premieres Sept. 23.
When Jay Leno leaves “The Tonight Show” in February 2014, he might not be leaving the network for good. NBC Entertainment Chairman Bob Greenblatt says he hopes the comedian, who has been with the network for more than two decades, will stick around after his second ouster from the show he’s hosted (minus a one-year hiatus) since 1992.
Recurring “Glee” co-star Mike O’Malley has a new full-time job starring on NBC’s new sitcom “Welcome to the Family,” but the actor says he’s planning on doing whatever it takes […]
Larry David hasn’t yet decided whether he’ll make another season of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” for HBO, but he’s back on the network Aug. 10 with his new movie “Clear History.” […]
There’s one thing you will definitely see on “Olbermann” when commentator Keith Olbermann returns to his former employer ESPN on Aug. 26: a joke — any joke at all — […]
“Killing Kennedy” co-star Michelle Trachtenberg (Marina Oswald) first heard Rob Lowe as President John F. Kennedy before she saw him in costume. When the cast was on a promotional shoot […]