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2014 has been yet another fantastic year for television, one that continued the nichification of the medium, with highly specific and underrepresented voices breaking through in every genre. There was a comedy explosion, particularly on cable, with dozens of new series presenting confident first seasons and several returning shows reaching new heights. The dramas didn’t disappoint either, with visionary creators bringing new life to familiar settings and taking greater risks with their returning series, deepening their worlds. Throughout the year, directors and cinematographers brought lush visuals, composers pushed the auditory envelope, and an astonishing number of actors gave fantastic, memorable performances. More than a few shows delivered spectacle on a weekly basis, while others went small, deriving incredible power out of stillness and self-reflection. Some series swept the audience up, week in and week out, and others built subtly, only showing their hand in their season’s final episodes. There »
"Drop Dead Diva" is welcoming a face familiar for "So You Think You Can Dance" fans to its Season 6 premiere. Stephen "tWitch" Boss is guest-starring as Billy Donaldson, a man who hires Jane (Brooke Elliott) to help get his brother out of prison -- at any cost to himself.
"I'm hiring her to get my brother out of jail for a crime he did not commit," Boss tells Zap2it. "I feel that he's wrongfully accused and I end up selling my business and saving every penny and dime that I have to hire a big-time lawyer."
"My brother is played by Corbin Bleu, which is awesome," Boss continues, "because I've never worked with Corbin before, but small world, my wife [Allison Holker] actually did 'High School Musical' one and two with Corbin."
Boss is perhaps best known for when he burst onto the TV dancing scene in 2007 on "So You Think You Can Dance, »
2 items from 2014
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