TVLine Items: Martha Plimpton Joins Brockmire, Elite Renewed and More
TVLine's Performer of the Week: Wynonna Earp's Melanie Scrofano
THE PERFORMER | Melanie Scrofano
THE SHOW | Wynonna Earp
THE EPISODE | “Let’s Pretend We’re Strangers” (July 7, 2017) READ MORE
Performer of the Week: Leah Pipes
THE PERFORMER | Leah Pipes
THE SHOW | The Originals
Performer of the Week: Aya Cash
THE PERFORMER | Aya Cash
THE SHOW | You’re the Worst
THE EPISODE | “There Is Not Currently a Problem (Oct. 21, 2015) READ MORE
NBC Comedy to Star Jerrod Carmichael, David Alan Grier, Loretta Devine
NBC has greenlit six episodes of a multi-cam sitcom starring comedian Jerrod Carmichael, Grey’s Anatomy Emmy winner Lorette Devine and In Living Color alum David Alan Grier. READ MORE
NAACP Image Awards: Big Winners Include Kerry Washington, Loretta Devine, Steel Magnolias
Kerry Washington was a big winner at Friday’s 44th NAACP Image Awards, where in addition to seeing Scandal honored as best TV drama and being named best actress in a drama series, she also scored best supporting actress in a motion picture (for Django Unchained).
Other multiple winners on the TV side …READ MORE
TVLine Items: Teri Polo's Criminal Mind, Spooky New Walking Dead Video and More!
Fresh from her run on ABC’s short-lived Man Up, Teri Polo is zagging in a very different direction, with a guest-starring role on CBS’ Criminal Minds.
TVLine has learned that the actress — best known from the Meet the Parents movies — will appear in an upcoming episode as …READ MORE
TVLine Items: NCIS Casting Scoop, Idol's Randy Jackson Puts Celebs to the Test and More
Things are really happening these days for NCIS’ Abby (played by Pauley Perrette). Not only will the team’s top-notch lab tech have her backstory explored in this Tuesday’s episode, but she’s also getting a visit from an old friend. READ MORE
Emmys: HBO Dominates Early Races With 15 Wins; Glee, Grey's, SNL, Community Grab Gold
Nucky Thompson was the one to beat on Saturday night in Los Angeles at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony, where HBO dominated with 15 total wins — including seven for Boardwalk Empire alone. SEE WINNERS LIST