TVLine Items: Another Arrow Foe, SVU Castings, Homeland Trailer and More
Arrow, meet yet another of your upcoming adversaries.
The CW series has tapped Matt Ward (Hellcats, Tron: Legacy, Global’s Remedy) to play READ MORE
TVLine Items: CW Renews Whose Line, Jaime Pressly Joins Mom and More
Whose renewal is it anyway?
The CW’s improv-comedy series Whose Line Is It Anyway? (obviously), which got picked up today for Read More
TVLine Items: Mom Ups Mimi Kennedy, Orphan's DVR Boost, Leftovers Delayed and More
Mom‘s friend is sticking around.
The CBS comedy has promoted Mimi Kennedy to series regular for Season 2 …READ MORE
TVLine Items: Gossip Guy Is NBC's Tin Man, Mom Casts Dad, Happy Endings' New Home and More
Erstwhile Gossip Girl Lord Patrick Heusinger has landed the lead role in NBC’s drama pilot, Tin Man.
From Ehren Kruger (The Ring, Transformers), the futurstic crime thriller …READ MORE
Emmys Watch: 15 Freshman Comedy Series/Stars Who Could (or Should) Shake Up the Old Guard
Emmy aficionados know the drill: Each July, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announces its annual slate of nominees, inspiring a strange cocktail of elation and dread.
But just as vexing as the usual snubs …READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
CBS' Mom, The Millers and The Crazy Ones Get Full-Season Orders
Quotes of the Week: Best Zingers from Sleepy Hollow, Mom, The Originals, Scandal and More!
What’s better than watching your favorite TV shows? Nothing, really. But quoting your favorite TV shows in everyday conversation comes pretty close, yes? (Cut to you, huffing, “I don’t understand the question and I won’t respond to it.“) READ MORE
Ratings: Voice and Castle Return Up, Blacklist Beats Down Hostages, Sleepy Hollow Still Strong
Premiere week is upon us, and thus are many Monday numbers to crunch. Let’s go network-by-network, ‘K? READ MORE
Did CBS' Mom Give Birth to Laughs?
When we first meet Christy (played by Scary Movie‘s Anna Faris), the protagonist of CBS’ Mom, she isn’t exactly likable. In fact, she’s sobbing uncontrollably while waiting tables, and it’s nearly impossible not to cringe at the sight.
But in Chuck Lorre’s newest sitcom, which debuted Monday night …READ MORE