Katherine Heigl on the State of Her Reputation: 'I Don't See Myself as Being Difficult'
Katherine Heigl says it never has been — nor is it — her intention to be a difficult actress to work with, despite years’ worth of rumors that have dogged her since she famously parted ways with Grey’s Anatomy. Read More
Fall TV First Impression: NBC's State of Affairs
The broadcast networks have more than two dozen shows debuting this fall, including a new Shondaland drama, and a trip to Gotham, a third NCIS and a Flash-y Arrow offshoot. To help you prep for it all, TVLine is offering First Impressions Read More
Fall TV First Look: NBC Releases Trailers For Constantine, Heigl's State of Affairs and More
Along with announcing its fall 2014 schedule, NBC on Sunday released trailers for several of its new series, including Katherine Heigl’s State of Affairs and Debra Messing’s The Mysteries of Laura. READ MORE & WATCH TRAILERS
Fall TV: NBC Orders to Series Katherine Heigl's CIA Drama, Russian Spy Thriller and Odyssey
NBC has ordered to series the Katherine Heigl-fronted CIA drama State of Affairs, the Russian spy thriller Allegiance (fka Coercion) and the Traffic-like action-drama Odyssey for the 2014-15 season, TVLine has learned. READ MORE
Alfre Woodard Elected President in NBC's Katherine Heigl Drama Pilot State of Affairs
Alfre Woodard is getting into politics — and she’s heading straight to the top. READ MORE
Pilot Scoop: Hollywood Heights Actor Joins NBC's Katherine Heigl CIA Drama State of Affairs
I spy a handsome new addition to Katherine Heigl’s CIA-themed NBC pilot State of Affairs.
Hollywood Heights alum Tommy Savas has joined the cast in the series regular role of Miles, a CIA analyst and the youngest member of the President’s Daily Briefing Team. (Spoiler Alert: Miles is gay and sleeping with …READ MORE
NBC Announces Peter Pan Live!, New Wizard of Oz-Themed Series -- Plus: Katherine Heigl CIA Drama Pilot Gets a Green Light
NBC has settled on its next musical event — Peter Pan Live!
The network announced Sunday at the Television Critics Association winter press tour that its follow-up to last December’s surprise smash The Sound of Music Live! will be an adaptation of James M. Barrie’s high-flying classic. READ MORE