Political Animals Exclusive: No Season 2 For Greg Berlanti's Acclaimed USA Network Miniseries
USA Network has opted not to order additional episodes of Political Animals, its acclaimed-yet-ratings-challenged drama from Greg Berlanti and Laurence Mark and starring Sigourney Weaver.
Although billed as a “limited series event,” Berlanti told TVLine over the summer that there was potential to spin more stories about the Barrish family (fronted by Weaver) and intrepid journo Susan Berg (Carla Gugino). READ MORE
Scoop: Jay Harrington Cast Opposite Cuba Gooding Jr. in Fox Drama Pilot Guilty
Better Off Ted‘s Jay Harrington is headed for the courtroom as one of the stars of Guilty, Fox’s Greg Berlanti-produced and Cuba Gooding, Jr.-fronted drama pilot.
The legal-themed project, penned by Berlanti’s Eli Stone collaborator Marc Guggenheim, centers on …READ MORE
Pilot Scoop: Californication Alumna Eva Amurri Martino Joins Fox's Greg Berlanti Legal Drama
Former Californication temptress Eva Amurri Martino has landed a co-starring role in Fox’s legal drama pilot Guilty. READ MORE
Pilot Scoop: Ex-Hero Greg Grunberg Joins Greg Berlanti's CBS Romantic Comedy
In keeping with the “Greg” theme, Heroes alum Greg Grunberg has joined the cast of CBS’ Greg Berlanti/Greg Malins-produced romantic comedy pilot. READ MORE
Pilot Scoop: Chi McBride Uncovers Familiar Role in CBS' Golden Boy
Chi McBride is plotting a full-time return to TV with a role that’s right in his wheelhouse. READ MORE
Pilot Scoop: JoAnna Garcia Cast in Greg Berlanti's CBS Romantic Comedy
JoAnna Garcia (Better With You, Privileged) has been tapped to star in Greg Berlanti and Greg Malins’ untitled comedy pilot for CBS …READ MORE
Scoop: USA Network Greenlights Political Miniseries From Brothers & Sisters' Greg Berlanti
It’s no longer politics as usual at USA Network.
In a major programming departure, the cabler — home of decidedly lighter drama fare like Psych, Burn Notice and Royal Pains — has greenlit a six-hour miniseries from onetime Brothers & Sisters savoir Greg Berlanti about a fictional former first family in turmoil. READ MORE
Brothers & Sisters Exclusive: Find Out What Would've Happened to the Walkers in Season 6
Somewhere, the Walkers are drinking a lot of wine — as are their fans.
In early May, ABC dropped the axe on Brothers & Sisters amid reports that a shortened sixth season of the veteran family drama was being considered. In the end, budgetary issues brought the Walkers’ journey of secret siblings, partnership issues, lost love and family ties to an end.
Below, executive producer David Marshall Grant tells TVLine what he would have changed about the de facto series finale, hints at what was in store for the Walkers — another health scare for Kitty? — and reveals what it was like saying goodbye to the show’s on and offscreen family. READ MORE
Life Unexpected Finale: Happily Ever After for All! Plus, Scoop on Liz Tigelaar's New ABC Deal
Sorry for the delay on my Life Unexpected recappy thing — I had to watch the East Coast feed, then wait for the tears to dry, rewatch it on the West Coast and, you know, try to stop crying again before I could even attempt to form the teensiest of coherent sentences.
The LUX finale was really, truly that emotionally draining, for me at least. But I want to know what you guys think. Come inside to chat about the CW series’ (probable) swan song, plus find out some exciting scoop on showrunner Liz Tigelaar’s much-talked about deal with ABC that may (eventually) help fill the void left by the little LUX that could… READ MORE