HBO Greenlights Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger's Rock 'n' Roll Drama
HBO is ready to rock.
The premium cabler has ordered to series a drama, executive-produced by Martin Scorsese (GoodFellas) and Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger, about the 1970s rock scene. READ MORE
Pilot News: Olivia Wilde, Body of Proof and One Tree Hill Alums Are Among Latest Castings
Olivia Wilde (House), Elyes Gabel (Body of Proof) and Shantel VanSanten (One Tree Hill) are among the latest actors to book pilots this winter. READ MORE
What to Watch: 5 Web Series Worth Checking Out
This week on the web, House alum Olivia Wilde speaks Gaelic (or does she?), The Master Cleanse is taken to the cleaners, Diablo Cody pulls a lot of interesting stories out of Up in the Air writer/director Jason Reitman, and a Parks and Recreation scene-stealer makes a fan-tastic cameo. READ MORE
Exclusive House Video: Hugh Laurie Previews Thirteen's Big 'Intervention'
House welcomes back an old friend next Monday (Fox, 9/8c) when Olivia Wilde returns as Thirteen. And according to Hugh Laurie, she’s a woman on a mission. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
House Exclusive: Look Who's Back For the Finale!
You already know who won’t be returning for House‘s swan song (R.I.P. Cuddy), so how about we get around to telling you who will?
Sources confirm to TVLine exclusively that Princeton-Plainsboro alum …READ MORE
House's Hugh Laurie Opens Up About Olivia Wilde's Exit: 'There Is Great Sadness'
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
Exclusive: House Boss on Losing Lisa (and Olivia), Getting Back to the Show's Core Values, and a Possible Series-Ending Huddy Reunion
As House makes what could be its final rounds on television, series creator David Shore is determined to get the heart of the show beating again. That means putting the focus back on the weekly medical cases and, more importantly, Dr. Crankypants himself. But first, there’s fallout from events both onscreen (carmageddon) and off (farewell, Lisa Edelstein) that must be dealt with. In the following Q&A, Shore reveals why he’s sending House directly to jail, previews the new blood coming to Princeton-Plainsboro, and answers the question that’s been bugging me since May: Will Cuddy check back in before House checks out for good. READ MORE
House Adds Brothers & Sisters' Odette Annable To The Team
Coming soon to Princeton-Plainsboro: Fresh meat for House! READ MORE
Amber Tamblyn on Bittersweet House Departure: 'I Didn't Want To Go'
In the end, Martha Masters just couldn’t play House. Yes, on Monday, Amber Tamblyn’s season-long run on Fox’s medical drama came to an end when her by-the-books character spent a painful day playing by Dr. Crankypants’ rules — in other words, none. While the PYMD’s fate was left up in the air, Tamblyn’s next step is pretty much set in stone: The Joan of Arcadia alum is developing a new Fox series with House exec Katie Jacobs and The Wire co-creator Ed Burns that will find her playing a public school teacher. Just hours before her swan song aired, the actress explained why she opted to not permanently call House home and revealed what Hugh Laurie did that brought her to tears. (No, the nice kind of tears… You’ll see.) READ MORE