The TVLine-Up: TV Worth Watching This Sunday
On TV this Sunday: Once Upon a Time‘s Emma meets a mad man, Mad Men makes its long-awaited return, Luck crosses the finish line, Shameless has a nontraditional Thanksgiving and more. On this very busy night, here are nine programs you might want to keep on your radar. READ MORE
Breaking: HBO Cancels Luck After a Third Horse Dies During Production
HBO has cancelled its freshman drama Luck, after a third horse died during production this week. READ MORE
HBO Renews Luck For Second Season Despite Lackluster Premiere Ratings
HBO is betting big on Luck, renewing the Dustin Hoffman drama for a second season just two days after the Season 1 premiere drew lackluster ratings. READ MORE
HBO Schedules Early Debut for New Drama Luck
HBO is offering an early look at its new series, Luck, following the Season 2 finale of Boardwalk Empire. READ MORE
TVLine Items: Maura Tierney Reports for Office Duty, Glee Project Open Casting Call and More
Maura Tierney is going back to her workplace comedy roots.
The former NewsRadio leading lady will guest star on The Office as the wife of James Spader’s character, Sabre-Dunder Mifflin CEO Robert California, Zap2it reports. READ MORE
Exclusive: Necessary Roughness Doc Scores a Date With Housewives Homewrecker
The Desperate Housewives pizza boy man who wrecked Scavo’s — both the restaurant and its namesake-couple — is headed to USA Network’s Necessary Roughness to romance Dr. Dani. READ MORE
HBO Sets Premieres for Boardwalk Empire, Luck and Others, Reopens Ladies' Detective Agency
The Television Critics Association summer press tour continued on Thursday afternoon with HBO announcing premiere dates for five fall shows, as well as revealing its plan for David Milch’s Luck and a series of No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency movies. The pay cabler also renewed Real Time with Bill Maher for a 10th season. READ MORE
First Look: HBO's Luck Starring Dustin Hoffman
HBO has released a first look at Luck, its new drama series penned by David Milch (Deadwood), directed/exec-produced by Michael Mann (The Insider) and starring Dustin Hoffman. As anticipated, it looks like a sure thing. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Exclusive: Scrubs' Dr. Cox Gets Lucky
Scrubs fans are in luck: John C. McGinley is headed back to the tube. …READ MORE
What Excites Team TVLine About 2011!
One of the best things about launching TVLine.com when we did (the site did go live, right?) is that it came on the cusp of much fresh fare hitting the airwaves. This month alone, you’ve got 14 TV series making their debuts, while a slew of returning favorites (Parks and Recreation included) are set to uncork new seasons. And the other 11 months of the year promise to deliver even more TV treats.
With that in mind — and to help you get to know the TVLine staff even better — here are the TV events that have each of us excited for 2011. In Comments, tell us what you are looking forward to! READ MORE