NBC Pulls Saving Hope, Final Eps to Run Online
There may be no Saving Hope — at least when it comes to viewers in the United States.
Having already shuttled the Canadian-produced, Erica Durance/Michael Shanks-fronted medical drama to Saturdays and postponed its final two episodes from Sept. 1 and 8 to Sept. 8 and 15, NBC now …READ MORE
Ratings: Olympic Swimming Buoys Saving Hope, Duets Hits a Low Note
Buoyed by its splashy Olympic swimming trials lead-in — which drew 6.2 million total viewers and a 1.7 demo rating — NBC’s Saving Hope (3.3 mil/0.7) floated up two tenths in the demo and 22 percent in audience this week.
The news was not as good for other Thursday fare, however. Fox’s Take Me Out (2.3 mil/1.0) and The Choice (2.9 mil/1.2) …READ MORE
Ratings: Duets Drops Again, The Choice Looks Good, Saving Hope Is Hurting
Of this Thursday’s three summer premieres, Fox’s The Choice fared best, drawing 4.2 million total viewers and a 1.8 rating and building significantly on its so-so lead-in. That demo number won it the 9 o’clock hour (over the second half of Duets and a Person of Interest rerun) and marks a 31 percent improvement over …READ MORE
Erica Durance: Saving Hope Is Not a Sorrowful Ghost Story But a 'Wonderful Love Story'
Erica Durance is ready to play a real superwoman.
As the female lead of NBC’s Saving Hope (premiering tonight at 9/8c), she plays Dr. Alex Reid, a surgeon whose world is rocked when Dr. Charlie Harris, her Chief of Surgery and husband-to-be (Stargate SG-1‘s Michael Shanks), is left comatose after a car crash.
The wrinkle …READ MORE
Summer TV: NBC Slates Saving Hope Premiere, Love in the Wild and American Ninja Warrior
NBC is readying for summer with some fresh fare.
The network has announced launch dates for the debut of Saving Hope, starring Erica Durance and Michael Shanks, and the returns of Love in the Wild and American Ninja Warrior. READ MORE
TVLine Items: Big American Horror Story Scoop, NBC Slots Erica Durance Drama and More!
American Horror Story‘s second season will be all about Jessica Lange.
Executive producer Ryan Murphy has confirmed that the Oscar-winning actress, who won both a Golden Globe and SAG Award for her work on the FX thriller, will be back for Season 2 in a big way. READ MORE
Vampire Diaries' Daniel Gillies on Elijah's 'Terrifying' Fate and 'Hell to Pay' With Elena
On The Vampire Diaries last week, witchy Esther set in motion a clever scheme to take down her dastardly son, Klaus: She bound all of the Original siblings together with a spell, so that if one of them were to be taken out, they would all die. This sort of mass annihilation would send panic into the heart of any fan of the CW series (airing Thursdays at 8/7c), but Elijah’s portrayer, Daniel Gillies, tells TVLine that he’s “never concerned” about his job security. READ MORE
NBC Eyes Canadian Medical Drama Starring Erica Durance and Michael Shanks
Smallville alumna Erica Durance is coming to NBC, and not just as Wonder Woman on Harry’s Law.
NBC is in talks to pick up the yet-to-debut Canadian medical drama Saving Hope …READ MORE
Erica Durance Previews Her Date With Charlie's Angels (Plus, Smallville Finale Scoop...?)
Erica Durance has a date with an Angel — all four of ‘em, actually — as a guest star on this Thursday’s Charlie’s Angels (ABC, 8/7c), which pays homage to the classic “Angels in Chains” episode circa 1976. TVLine spoke with the Smallville alumna about getting her Glock on as a CIA agent, her Hope to star in a medical drama, and breaking out of the genre-TV “box.” (We also of course made one last grab for Clark/Lois scoop!) READ THE TVLINE Q&A
Smallville's Erica Durance Plays Doctor (and Producer!) In New Pilot - But There's a Catch
When Erica Durance sat down with TVLine midway through Smallville‘s final season, she said — with an eye on her post-Lois acting future — “I would love to step out on my own, for sure…. We’ll see if I get the chance.”
Well, she didn’t have to wait long.
On the market for barely a week after fulfilling her post-season Smallville duties, Durance landed the female lead in … READ MORE