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House Scoop: Hugh Laurie to Direct One of the Show's Final Episodes – But Which One?

HOUSE:  Hugh Laurie (C) directs Jesse Spencer (L) during filming of the HOUSE episode "Lockdown" airing Monday, April 12 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.  ©2010 Fox Broadcasting Co.  Cr:  Michael Yarish/FOX

Hugh Laurie‘s itch to play the role of director on House was apparently not completely scratched back in Season 6 when he first helmed an episode of the Fox hit: The show’s leading man will step behind the cameras one last time before show fades permanently to black on May 21.

TVLine has confirmed that Laurie is set to direct this season’s …READ MORE

House to Conclude Eight-Year Run in May

HOUSE:  House (Hugh Laurie) runs tests in the lab in the "Better Half" episode of HOUSE airing Monday, Jan. 23 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. ©2012 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Adam Taylor/FOX

It’s official: House is checking out.
Calling it a creative decision made by the show’s producers, Fox announced Wednesday that the Hugh Laurie-fronted medical drama will conclude its eight-year run in May.
The early announcement ensures that series creator David Shore will get his wish to give the show a …READ MORE

House Preview: Jeffrey Wright Talks 'Challenging' Role and Going Toe-to-Toe with Hugh Laurie


Jeffrey Wright doesn’t frequent the small screen often — his Emmy-winning work in HBO’s Angels in American was a rare exception — so his casting in tonight’s House (Fox, 8/7c) made the episode, in an instant, very special.

And the hour was already generating buzz, given its storyline …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

House's Hugh Laurie Opens Up About Olivia Wilde's Exit: 'There Is Great Sadness'

HOUSE:  Olivia Wilde as Thirteen in the "Charity Case" episode of HOUSE airing Monday, Oct. 17 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.  ©2011 Fox Broadcasting Co.  Cr:  Adam Taylor/FOX

House will be minus Thirteen after next Monday’s episode as Olivia Wilde goes off to fulfill her movie star destiny. And while the show’s titular grump will no doubt dull his grief with Vicodin, Hugh Laurie openly admits the actress will be sorely missed. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO

House First Look Video: Hugh Laurie and Olivia Wilde Weigh In on 'The New Girls'


There’s more than one New Girl on Fox this fall, and a pair of stars from House are here to help you get to know two of them. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO

House Exclusive First Look Video: Here Comes the… Bride?

HOUSE: Hugh Laurie returns as Dr. Gregory House in the Season Eight premiere of HOUSE airing Monday, Oct. 3 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. ©2011 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Warwick Saint/FOX

Brace yourselves, because Dr. Gregory House appears to be heading for a wedding — and you will not believe who the bride is. READ MORE

Exclusive: House Admits Rescue Me's John Scurti

Fall TV Preview

SPOILER ALERT: Rescue Me fans still mourning the tragic, series-ending death of Ken Shea, should find some comfort in this next sentence: He’s aliiiiiiive!

Well, at least you can pretend he is when his portrayer, John Scurti, pops up on House later this fall. READ MORE

House Exclusive: Hugh Laurie on House Going 'Off the Deep End' and 'Exploiting' the New Girl

Fall TV Preview
HOUSE:  House (Hugh Laurie) spends time in prison in the "Twenty Vicodin" season premiere episode of HOUSE airing Monday, Oct. 3 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.  ©2011 Fox Broadcasting Co.  Cr:  Ray Mickshaw/FOX

House leading man Hugh Laurie admits that his alter ego went “off the deep end” when he crashed his car into Cuddy’s dining room in last May’s finale. “Nobody died,” he notes in the following exclusive behind-the-scenes clip, “but they only don’t die by the skin of their teeth.” READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO

Emmys 2011: Who Deserves the Award for Best Actor in a Drama?


Whoever wins the 2011 Emmy for Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series should probably thank the suits at AMC. Because the network scheduled the fourth season premiere of Breaking Bad after the Emmy eligibility period for the 2010-11 TV season, its star Bryan Cranston won’t be competing for the statuette that he’s won the last three years.

Cranston’s absence increases the chances for …READ MORE