House of Cards' New Season 6 Cast Revealed: Who's In? Who's Out? Who's Returning (Constance Zimmer!)?
With production on House of Cards‘ overhauled, Kevin Spacey-less sixth and final season set to commence Wednesday, Netflix is revealing which new and old cast members will be accompanying Robin Wright across the finish line. READ MORE
TVLine Items: King Kong Coming to TV, Alec Baldwin Hosts Essentials and More
The Flash‘s Grodd may soon have some competition for TV’s Scariest Ape.
A contemporary, female-led King Kong Skull Island series is being developed READ MORE
Confirmation Photos: Kerry Washington as Anita Hill, Kinnear's Joe Biden, More
The following photos from HBO’s Confirmation do feature Kerry Washington and they are set in Washington, D.C. — but the similarities to Scandal end there. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
HBO's Clarence Thomas Movie Casts Greg Kinnear (as Biden), J-Hud, Others
HBO’s Confirmation has cast its Joe Biden, as well as three other key roles.
Greg Kinnear will play the current U.S. Vice President in the film about the 1991 controversy involving READ MORE
Pilot News: Fox's Drama Orders Include Greg Kinnear's Rake, Modern Sleepy Hollow, Delirium
On the heels of ordering four comedy pilots, Fox also sent into development a quarter of dramas — including an Aussie adaptation starring Greg Kinnear and a modern-day tale of Sleepy Hollow. READ MORE
TVLine Items: Greg Kinnear Visits Modern Family, NBC Throws Betty White a B-Day Bash and More!
Modern Family has tapped Greg Kinnear to guest star in an upcoming Season 3 episode. READ MORE
History Channel Mysteriously Cancels The Kennedys; Miniseries May Land On Showtime
A&E Television Networks revealed on Friday that it has decided not to air The Kennedys, an eight-part miniseries starring Greg Kinnear as JFK, Katie Holmes as wife Jackie, Barry Pepper as Bobby Kennedy, and Tom Wilkinson as Joseph Kennedy.
“While the film is produced and acted with the highest quality, after viewing the final product in its totality, we have concluded this dramatic interpretation is not a fit for the History brand,” the network said in a statement cited by The Hollywood Reporter.
Why the surprise snub, after production had been completed of a script that went through several rewrites? READ MORE