Sweet Magnolias' Brooke Elliott Fully Supports Dana Sue's Emotional Choice in Season 2: 'Their Souls Just Align'
Following a season-long game of emotional Ping-Pong, Sweet Magnolias‘ Dana Sue has made several difficult decisions about her romantic future — and actress Brooke Elliott couldn’t be more supportive of her character’s choices. READ MORE
Sweet Magnolias Cast Weighs In on Biggest Season 2 Premiere Twists: Helen's News, the Accident and More
Nearly two years after being left to digest a series of devastating cliffhangers, Sweet Magnolias fans can finally rest easy — but not too easy. READ MORE & GRADE THE PREMIERE
TVLine Items: Nolte Joins Star Wars, Free Buffy on Facebook and More
The force is strong with Nick Nolte: The actor — who recently headlined the Epix drama Graves — has joined Disney’s forthcoming Star Wars streaming series The Mandalorian READ MORE
Pilot News: Originals Vet's NBC Drama, PLL Star Joins Fox FBI Series and More
Yusuf Gatewood is preparing for life after The Originals.
The actor — who plays Vincent Griffith on the concluding CW series — has landed a lead role in the NBC drama pilot In Between Lives READ MORE
Preview: Drop Dead Diva Returns With Old Loves, New Romances and... the Sex Talk
Lifetime’s Drop Dead Diva returns this Sunday at 9/8c to deal with the aftermath of last season’s car accident — and as it turns out, the biggest victim of that mishap may be Jane and Grayson’s relationship. Series creator Josh Berman and leading lady Brooke Elliott shared with TVLine a preview of Season 3’s many romances, heartaches, guest stars and one really uncomfortable sex talk. READ MORE
Drop Dead Diva Exclusive First Look: Watch Jane Serenade a Comatose Grayson
Drop Dead Diva is breaking into song again.
In Sunday’s season premiere (Lifetime, 9/8c), Jane finds herself holding vigil as her dearly beloved Grayson fights for his life following last year’s season-ending car accident.
Faced with the possibility of losing Grayson forever, Jane dives into a full-blown song and dance rendition of the ’70s disco classic “Don’t Leave Me This Way” — and we’ve got an exclusive first look at the big production number. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO