Showtime Orders New TV Pilot Programs

By Tim Molloy NEW YORK (TheWrap.com) – Cable TV network Showtime has ordered pilot programs from “The Last Exorcism” co-writer Andrew Gurland, “The Pacific” writer-producer Michelle Ashford, and “Southland” creator and “Public Enemies” writer Ann Biderman, the network announced on Monday. Gurland’s project, “Gurland on Gurland,” is a half-hour comedy about his real family life […]

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Lucy Liu To Guest Star On TNT’s ‘Southland’

By Tim Kenneally LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) – “Charlie’s Angels” star Lucy Liu has joined the fourth season of TNT’s police drama “Southland” as a guest star, TNT announced on Monday. Liu will appear throughout the upcoming season — which premieres in January — as a member of the Los Angeles Police Department. Liu, who starred […]

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What To Watch: Tuesday

TOP PICK: ‘White Collar‘ (10pm on USA) **Season Finale** Watch Episodes On Demand Neal gets closer to finding out the truth about Kate’s death. Catch the season finale episode, “Under the Radar,” guest-starring Andrew McCarthy. KEY EPISODE: ‘Glee‘ (8pm ET on Fox) When free-spirited substitute teacher Holly Holliday (guest star Gwyneth Paltrow) fills in for […]

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What To Watch: Tuesday

TOP PICK: ‘Hellcats‘ (9pm ET on The CW) Marti endures a tense ride to sectionals with the Hellcats on the heels of her admission that she hooked up with Dan. Alice’s father (guest star Mario Van Peebles) surprises Alice when he shows up to watch her fly. Alice confides to Lewis that she hasn’t told […]

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What To Watch: Tuesday

TOP PICK: ‘V‘ (9pm ET on ABC) **Season Premiere** The Season 2 opener, “Red Rain,” continues the action from last season’s finale when Anna unleashed Red Sky on the planet. With the world on the brink of war and chaos all around, is there anyone who can stand up to Anna? Meanwhile, Ryan has been […]

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Winter TV Premieres: The Welcome Back Kids

The winter television season signifies a time of change. Some fall favorites will have disappeared (“The Good Guys,” “Undercovers“), others will have changed time slots (“Fringe,” “30 Rock,” “Blue Bloods“), still others are coming back after way too much time off (“Parks & Recreation,” for instance), and then there are the new shows. Midseason is […]

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