TVLine Items: Gotham Reveals Its Alfred, Ryan Murphy Confirms AHS: Freak Show and More
Fox’s Gotham has been slowly rolling out first-look photos of its characters — we’ve seen Detective Harvey Bullock and young Selina Kyle so far — and now, it’s time to behold Bruce Wayne’s beloved butler. READ MORE
Ratings: History's The Bible and Vikings Nab Audiences of Epic Proportions
For History, the good book was a great bet.
The cable network says its Sunday night premiere of Mark Burnett‘s The Bible miniseries grabbed 13.1 million total viewers …READ MORE
TVLine Items: Party Down Movie Update, Hugh Laurie Weighs In on House End Date and More!
Adam Scott would never steer us wrong, right?
The Parks and Recreation star has pulled an Arrested Development of sorts, and announced that a Party Down movie is still very much a reality. READ MORE
TVLine Items: Real Housewives Touches on Suicide, Bachelor Jake Soaps Up, and More
Bravo has announced that it will proceed as planned with the Sept. 5 Real Housewives of Beverly Hills premiere, despite reports that the tragic suicide of cast member Russell Armstrong would postpone the Season 2 launch.
In a statement released Wednesday, Bravo President Frances Berwick explained … READ MORE
TVLine Items: SOA, Dexter Add Lawmen, Tennis Hottie to Loser, and Other TV News to Know
Two of TV’s grittiest dramas are adding badass new cops to their lineups this fall.
First up, Sons of Anarchy …READ MORE
TVLine Items: Jane Lynch Eyed As Emmys Host, Burnett Tackles Bible, and Other News to Know
After winning an Emmy of her own in 2010, Jane Lynch is poised to take the next logical step: serving as host(ess) of the entire awards show! 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