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“Suits” is coming back to the USA Network Thursdays, serving as a lead-in for the new Denis Leary-helmed Emt comedy, “Sirens.” A six-episode third season of “Suits” kicks off USA’s new Thursday-night lineup March 6 at 9 p.m. Et. The run will feature Michael Phelps in a guest starring role, where the most decorated Olympian of all time will play himself and a client of Pearson Specter. The legal drama originally aired on Thursdays in its first season. “Sirens,” a new 10-episode half-hour comedy about three unruly Chicago EMTs, starring Michael Mosley, Kevin Daniels, Kevin Bigley and Jessica McNamee, »
- Tony Maglio
Matt Bomer may not be playing Christian Grey, but he’ll be back on your television soon.
The actor’s show, White Collar, will return Thursday, Jan. 9 at 9 p.m. Et, the network announced today. USA also announced return dates for several of its other popular shows.
Psych will return for its eighth season Wednesday, Jan 8. at 9:00 p.m. Et. This season will feature guest stars Mira Sorvino, Phylicia Rashad, Kristy Swanson, Anthony Michael Hall, Tom Arnold, Billy Zane, Loretta Devine, Bruce Campbell, and Cary Elwes.
Suits comes back for its third season Thursday, March 6 at 9:00 p.m. »
- Erin Strecker
The series about three emergency medical technicians in Chicago will bow at 10 p.m. following the third-season premiere of dramedy “Suits.”
Seeding a comedy block is a big priority for the top-rated basic cabler, which has invested big bucks in the off-network rights to “Modern Family.”
In addition to “Sirens,” USA has the greenlit comedy series “Playing House” on the bench awaiting a premiere date. And the cabler at present is sorting through four completed comedy pilots with the intention of ordering at least two more series.
“Sirens” stars Michael Mosley, Kevin Bigley and Kevin Daniels as Emt’s with “unruly” personal lives. Pilot for the Fox TV Studios series, based on a U.K. format, was co-written by Leary and Bob Fisher.
“Sirens” will open with two back-to-back episodes. »
- Cynthia Littleton
While many Castle fans at this instant have baby on the brain — tonight’s episode (ABC, 10/9c) thrusts Rick and Kate into the role of accidental nannies — some still are dwelling on the questions raised by last week’s “Disciple,” in which Jerry Tyson aka 3Xk/The Triple Killer in some form or fashion rose from the dead to unleash a new reign of terror.
On the heels of that thrilling, tense hour, TVLine asked series creator Andrew W. Marlowe to offer insight on the serial killer’s improbable encore (is Dr. Kelly Niemann merely executing kills in his stead, »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
USA's co-president Jeff Wachtel said: "Our new series come from some of the best comedic talent in the business, and reflects USA's style - with great characters, strong execution and compelling storytelling."
Sirens will premiere on USA in early 2014.
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As evident in the trailer below, which you’re seeing first on EW.com, the show revolves around a group of good-looking EMTs who, when they’re not saving lives, engage in locker-room-style hijinks.
Sirens is the first show out of the gate from a slate of a few comedies being worked on by the USA Network, who at the May Upfronts made no secret of their ambitions to re-enter the half-hour comedy game.
- Sandra Gonzalez
Loretta Devine has landed a multi-episode arc on USA Network's new Emt comedy Sirens, which follows 3 of Chicago's best EMTs whose sometimes self-loathing, other times narcissistic, and downright self-destructive personalities make them unqualified for sustaining relationships, friendships and most occupations. Michael Mosley, Kevin Daniels, Kevin Bigley, and Jessica McNamee star in the series. Ms Devine, who also had a multi-episode arc on another medical drama, Grey's Anatomy, will play the character named Hank's "no-nonsense, church-going mother" for two episodes. Hank is played by Kevin Daniels. Dennis Leary created the series, with Bob »
- Tambay A. Obenson
Loretta Devine has landed a multi-episode arc on USA Network's new Emt comedy Sirens, which follows 3 of Chicago's best EMTs whose sometimes self-loathing, other times narcissistic, and downright self-destructive personalities make them unqualified for sustaining relationships, friendships and most occupations. Michael Mosley, Kevin Daniels, Kevin Bigley, and Jessica McNamee star in the series. Ms Devine, who also had a multi-episode arc on another medical drama, Grey's Anatomy, will play the character named Hank's "no-nonsense, church-going mother" for two episodes. Hank is played by Kevin Daniels. Dennis Leary created the series, with Bob Fisher (Wedding Crashers), and both are executive producers, along with Jim Serpico (Rescue Me), and Hal Vogel and David Aukin (Hyde Park on the Hudson) of Daybreak Pictures.
- Tambay A. Obenson
"Pitch Perfect" fans rejoice -- there's a new pitch perfect couple in town!
Two of the movie's biggest stars -- Anna Camp and Skylar Astin -- are reportedly dating, according to Us Weekly. The two "made it official" when they attended the 3rd Annual 24 Hour Plays in Santa Monica, Calif. this week, and left the event together.
Camp, 30, and Astin, 25, have "known each other for a while" and "have amazing chemistry," sources tell the magazine.
The gorgeous blonde just recently split from her husband of three years, actor Michael Mosley, who cited "irreconcilable differences" for the divorce, according to TMZ. Astin, who's close friends with "Glee"'s breakout star Lea Michele, doesn't seem to have any famous exes on his roster.
Over the past couple of weeks, a smitten-looking Camp posted photos of her and her new main man to Instagram, writing:
"What a good night. Xox"
And -- "Had »
- Liat Kornowski
Camp has recently posted pictures of herself with Astin on her Instagram.com page and the two stepped out together at the 24 Hour Plays event in California last weekend, reports contactmusic.com.
"They left together. Apparently backstage, Skylar was talking about how he loved her from the first day they met," said a source.
Actor Michael Mosley filed for divorce from Camp in April, citing Jan 1 as the date of the couple's separation and blaming the split on irreconcilable differences. Camp married Mosley in 2010.
- Rahul Kapoor
Camp, 30, and Astin, 25, who both starred in the 2012 a cappella comedy "Pitch Perfect" -- she as the control-freak co-leader of the Bellas and he, the hot newcomer to rival male group the Treblemakers (and love interest for Anna Kendrick's character) -- are a couple, reports Us Weekly.
The two debuted their relationship during the 3rd Annual 24 Hour Plays presented by Montblanc in Santa Monica, Calif., on June 22, and a source close to them tells the magazine it's the real deal.
"They have amazing chemistry," reveals the insider.
Camp is currently in the middle of divorce proceedings: Her husband of three years, actor Michael Mosley, filed for divorce in late April 2013, citing "irreconcilable differences." The couple had split up several months before that. "Nothing romantic happened until after she separated from her husband," emphasizes the source.
She and Astin also stepped »
- Laura Larson
Katee Sackhoff has been creating confident, commanding and kick-ass women on television for the last decade, and while she loves that Vic Moretti, Longmire's lawwoman, sometimes loses a fight, the inherent strength Sackhoff's become beloved for is ever-present in Vic's DNA as well.
Last week, Longmire's second season premiered to record ratings, and Katee promises that Sunday's all-new episode is sure to keep fans locked in all year long. I caught up with the effortlessly charming actress to talk about the white-hot A&E series, and also get the skinny on bulking up for her role in the new Riddick movie!
ETonline: What was it originally that attracted you to Vic?
Katee Sackhoff: It's funny, everyone I played before Starbuck was the complete opposite, but I always kind of knew that I would be pigeonholed a bit after Battlestar Galactica. I mean, I don't mind because I love those roles, but there is »
This season on A&E’s Longmire, which returns tonight at 10 p.m. Et, we’ll dive more into the private life of Deputy Vic Moretti (Katee Sackhoff) and her struggles with her husband (Michael Mosley) and her feelings for Sheriff Walt Longmire (Robert Taylor). Don’t ask Sackhoff, a veteran of the Battlestar Galactica shipper wars, which way she wants Vic to go in the end. “I always wanted Starbuck to end up with Anders , and I think I probably pushed it that direction, so there’s some fans that, like, hate me because they were like, ‘No, Apollo! »
- Mandi Bierly
Ready to go Under the Dome?
CBS has unveiled the first full-length trailer for its upcoming summer series, which stars Mike Vogel (Pan Am), Britt Robertson (Life Unexpected), Rachelle Lefevre (A Gifted Man), Dean Norris (Breaking Bad) and Natalie Martinez (CSI: NY), among others.
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The 13-episode drama, based on the novel by Stephen King, takes place in the New England community of Chester’s Mill. In the snap of a finger, the town is tossed into turmoil after finding itself trapped beneath a transparent barrier.
Press Play below, then »
- Megan Masters
USA has picked up a pair original half-hour comedies to air alongside its big acquired series "Modern Family." It has not, however, made a move to revive "Happy Endings" following that show's cancellation by ABC.
Speculation has been running high for several weeks that USA would add "Happy Endings" to its roster if ABC dropped the show, but it didn't happen as part of USA's upfront announcements on Thursday (May 16). A report on Deadline says a pickup for "Happy Endings" is now "unlikely."
The two comedies USA did pick up are "Sirens," a show about an oddball group of EMTs in Chicago; and "Playing House," a female buddy comedy from Jessica St. Clair and Lennon Parham ("Best Friends Forever").
"Sirens" stars Michael Mosley ("Pan Am"), Kevin Daniels ("Modern Family"), Jessica McNamee ("The Vow") and Kevin Bigley ("Game Change"). "Rescue Me" creator-star Denis Leary and "Wedding Crashers" and "Traffic Light" writer »
Denis Leary will exec produce the adaptation, which - like the UK original - follows three paramedics with complex and often disastrous personal lives.
USA's co-president Jeff Wachtel said: "Our new series come from some of the best comedic talent in the business, and reflect USA's style – with great characters, strong execution and compelling storytelling."
Both Sirens and »
The two half-hour comedies are the first for USA. "Sirens" and "Playing House" will debut in the first quarter of 2014. USA will begin airing "Modern Family" reruns on Tuesday, September 24 at 8 p.m. Et.
"This is the right time to be introducing half hour original comedies to the USA audience. With 'Modern Family' joining our line-up in the fall, we can leverage television’s most popular comedy to serve as a powerful launch pad for new originals in this genre," Chris McCumber, co-president of USA Network, said in a statement.
“Our new series come from some of the best comedic talent in the business, and reflect USA's style -- with great characters, strong execution and compelling storytelling," Jeff Wachtel, co-president of USA Network, »
- Chris Harnick
USA is getting its funny back on.
The network, whose Upfront Presentation takes place in New York City this afternoon, has announced a pair of series orders, both of which will air in early 2014:
Sirens - Single-camera sitcom that follows a trio of Chicago EMTs and their unique personalities. Will star Michael Mosley, Kevin Daniels, Jessica McNamee and Kevin Bigley. Written by Denis Leary and Bob Fisher. Playing House - Jessica St. Clair and Lennon Parham star as best friend, the latter of whom is expecting a baby and the former who is returning home from a job overseas.
“With Modern Family joining our lineup in the fall, we can leverage television’s most popular comedy to serve as »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Matt Richenthal)
Perfect couple they were not. Anna Camp, who played Aubrey Posen, the uptight coleader of the Bellas in 2012's hit musical comedy Pitch Perfect, is divorce-bound after her actor-husband Michael Mosley filed legal papers seeking to end their three-year union. Per the divorce petition obtained by E! News, the former Scrubs regular cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for the split. The twosome have no children together. The 30-year-old Camp and the 34-year-old Mosley tied the knot on Jan. 29, 2010 and officially separated on Jan. 1 of this year according to court docs. Aside from Pitch Perfect, the actress also appeared in 2011's The Help and currently is a castmember on »
It's over for actors Anna Camp and Michael Mosley. The Pitch Perfect standout, 30, and the Pan Am vet, 34, are ending their three-year marriage, TMZ reports. Mosley filed for divorce on Apr. 23. Citing "irreconcilable differences," he listed their date of separation as Jan. 1, 2013. Camp, a recurring guest star on Fox's The Mindy Project and CBS' Vegas, got engaged to Mosley in September 2008. The pair tied the knot in early 2010 and have no children together. Since 2009, Camp has appeared on several hit [...] »
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