Falling Skies Enlists House Doc Robert Sean Leonard, ER Alum Gloria Reuben
Robert Sean Leonard has lined up his first post-House TV gig.
House Exclusive: Will 'The C-Word' Kill [Spoiler]?
“The fact that it’s an episode that I have a bunch of serious stuff to do, I’m comforted to know the director is someone I know pretty well,” shares Robert Sean Leonard of next week’s Hugh Laurie-directed House, titled “The C-Word.”
House Exclusive: Princeton-Plainsboro's New Dean of Medicine Will Be... [Major Spoiler Alert]!
It’ll be someone we’ve met before on the show!
Sources confirm to TVLine exclusively that producers are filling the Dean of Medicine post vacated by Lisa Edelstein’s Cuddy with a face familiar to fans of the Fox hit as opposed to bringing in a new cast member.
But who? READ MORE
It's Official: Fox Renews House For Season 8
The doctors are in… some of them at least.
After lengthy talks, Fox has closed a deal with producer Universal to bring House back for an eighth and likely final season. READ MORE
Scoop: House Renewal Imminent as Robert Sean Leonard and Omar Epps Ink New Deals
House co-stars Robert Sean Leonard and Omar Epps have closed deals to return for the series’ upcoming eighth (and likely final) season, which is thisclose to being a reality as a renewal agreement between Fox and House producer Universal Media Studios is being finalized tonight. READ MORE
Exclusive Video: House Is In Need of a Fix!
House‘s titular pill-popper will find himself in need of a new kind of fix next Monday at 8/7c, when the outcome of a … READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Hilarious House Video: What's Got Robert Sean Leonard's Feathers Ruffled?
House star Robert Sean Leonard is crying, ahem, fowl over a subplot in Monday’s episode that pits his Wilson against Hugh Laurie’s title grump. …READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Will House Call NBC Home Next Season? And Other Burning Questions Answered!
Is House about to become homeless? …READ MORE
Broadway-Bound Robert Sean Leonard Declares: 'This Is My Last Season of House'
Before he joined Fox’s House as the yin to Hugh Laurie’s yang, Robert Sean Leonard was an accomplished Broadway thespian with a handful of Tony nominations (and a win — hello!) under his belt. Now, for the first time in nearly a decade, he’s back on the Great White Way in a revival of Garson Kanin’s 1946 comedy, Born Yesterday. So, while the show is in previews at the moment (ahead of its April 24 opening), the actor is juggling his stage duties with his taping of the final episodes of House‘s seventh season, meaning he commutes from NYC to L.A. on his one day off a week. What was so appealing to him about playing the journalist hired by a corrupt tycoon (The Defenders‘ Jim Belushi) to tutor his airheaded girlfriend (played by newcomer Nina Arianda) that he’d put himself through all this? A hint can be found in the headline. But, as you might expect, there’s more to the story — much more.