Chicago P.D. Enlists Anne Heche to Play Key Recurring Role in Season 6
Is Anne Heche the newest thorn in Voight’s side?
Chicago P.D. has tapped the Brave star for a recurring role in Season 6 as READ MORE
The Brave: James Tupper Set for Arc Opposite Wife Anne Heche
It’s the (sorta) Men in Trees revival we always wanted but were afraid to ask for: James Tupper is reteaming with his sometime leading lady (and real-life wife) Anne Heche via an arc on her freshman NBC drama The Brave, TVLine has learned exclusively. READ MORE
Anne Heche Nabs Lead in NBC Military Drama Pilot For God and Country
Anne Heche is ready to serve again at NBC. READ MORE
Anne Heche and James Tupper Cast as Married Couple in Syfy’s Aftermath
It’s the end of the world as Anne Heche and James Tupper know it… and they feel fine. Or at least they should be feeling pretty good right about now. The real-life couple has READ MORE
Quantico Enlists Anne Heche
Heads-up to Quantico‘s mad bomber: Anne Heche is coming for you.
ABC’s freshman thriller has recruited Heche to guest-star as Dr. Susan Langdon, a former FBI agent and medical examiner who is now a bestselling author and pundit. She returns to READ MORE
Anne Heche Joins USA Event Series Dig
Anne Heche has nabbed the female lead in Dig, USA Network’s six-episode event series from Heroes‘ Tim Kring and Homeland‘s Gideon Raff. READ MORE
NBC Developing New Anne Heche Comedy
If at first you don’t succeed, try again with a different premise!
NBC and Anne Heche, whose most recent sitcom collaboration (the short-lived Save Me) crashed and burned, are giving it another go. READ MORE
TVLine Items: Michael J. Fox Show Adds Anne Heche, SVU Promotes Raul Esparza and More
So… we gather Save Me is cancelled?
Anne Heche, whose spiritually-tinged NBC comedy just wrapped its unceremonious summer run, is moving on to The Michael J. Fox Show. READ MORE
Fall TV Scoop: NBC Picks Up Anne Heche-Fronted Comedy Save Me to Series
NBC is getting a jump on “upfront” week by picking up the Anne Heche-fronted comedy pilot Save Me to series.
The spiritually tinged sitcom — which received a 13-episode order — finds the former Men in Trees actress playing a woman who, after an accident, believes she is channeling God. READ MORE
TVLine Items: Spike Reunites Fast Times Gang, Glenn Beck's End Date, and More News to Know
Fast Times at Ridgemont High will be inducted into the Guy Movie Hall of Fame at Spike TV’s 2011 Guys Choice spectacle, which means …READ MORE