Grey's Brings Back Geena Davis, Drops Major Clue About Arizona's Exit
Dr. Nicole Herman is checking back into Grey Sloan Memorial just long enough to (possibly) discharge Dr. Arizona Robbins. READ MORE
The Exorcist Season 2 Cast Shakeup: Who's In? Who's Out?
This is bound to turn a few heads (that lede never gets old!).
Roughly a month after The Exorcist‘s surprise renewal, Fox has put the finishing touches on the official Season 2 cast list — and there are a few notable (if not entirely unexpected) omissions. READ MORE
The Exorcist Review: What the Hell? Maybe the Devil Made Them Do It?
There’s a moment in the pilot for The Exorcist that is so spine-tingling and cool that it actually gave me goosebumps. Unfortunately, the reason the moment is so creeptastically effective has nothing to do with this show READ MORE
Geena Davis Joins Fox's Exorcist Pilot
Thelma is ditching Louise for Lucifer.
Oscar Winner Geena Davis Boards Grey's Anatomy for Major Season 11 Arc
TNT Passes on Geena Davis' Bounty Hunter Pilot
Geena Davis‘ TNT bounty hunter pilot is making like the deadbeat criminals her character hunts: It’s failing to appear.
The cable network will not move forward with the untitled project, in which the Oscar-winner was to play an unconventional skiptracer, TVLine has confirmed. READ MORE
Pilot Scoop: Marsha Mason to Play Geena Davis' Mom in TNT's Bounty Hunter Drama
Erstwhile Goodbye Girl Marsha Mason has landed a co-starring role in TNT’s untitled bounty hunter drama, TVLine has learned.
The four-time Oscar nominee will play the strong and independent mother of Geena Davis’ unconventional bail bondswoman. …READ MORE
TVLine Items: TNT Puts Bounty on Geena Davis, Collette Taken Hostage, Newsroom Exit & More!
Geena Davis is plotting a return to the small screen.
The ex-Commander in Chief star has signed on to play an unconventional bail bondswoman and bounty hunter in the TNT drama pilot Green, TVLine has confirmed. READ MORE
TVLine Items: Nate Berkus Show Ending, Vampire Diaries Finds 2 New Originals and More!
The Nate Berkus Show is coming to an end.
Sony and Harpo, the studios behind the syndicated series, announced Friday that they have decided not to renew the Oprah offshoot beyond this season, the show’s second, Broadcasting & Cable reports. READ MORE