Tim DeKay cast in 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'
While Agent Grant Ward has only appeared briefly in the second season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., new casting indicates audiences haven’t seen the last of the S.H.I.E.L.D.-turned-Hydra agent. In fact, the show will be offering more insight into Ward’s troubled family history later this season.
White Collar star Tim DeKay has been cast as Ward’s brother, Senator Christian Ward, EW has confirmed. He will make an appearance in the sixth episode this season, titled “A Fractured House.” Zap2It first reported the news.
Ward has spoken about his older brother before, »
- Jonathon Dornbush
Showtime Sets Return Dates for Shameless, Episodes and House of Lies
Happy Edgy New Year, courtesy of Showtime!
The pay cabler announced today that Shameless, House of Lies and Episodes will return Sunday, January 11. The trio of dark comedies — which scored 2014 Emmy nominees for Lead Actor in a Comedy Series for stars William H. Macy, Don Cheadle and Matt LeBlanc — will air at 9/8c, 10/9c and 10:30/9:30c respectively.
Which of Showtime’s Sunday-night shows have you already added to your calendar? »
Alyssa Milano Leaves ‘Mistresses’
Alyssa Milano is departing “Mistresses,” the actress announced today, saying that the ABC drama’s plans to move production from Los Angeles to Vancouver for the recently announced third season would be too hard on her home life.
“Being a mother and wife comes first and I just can not uproot my children and separate the family by moving away,” Milano wrote on her personal blog.
An ABC source confirmed Milano’s departure. The summer sudser aired its second season finale in September.
- Kevin Noonan
Gilmore Girls on Netflix: 25 Must-Watch Episodes (And 7 You Can Totally Skip)
Gilmore Girls fans, today is the day you’ve all been waiting for.
No, it’s not the premiere of the movie we’re still hoping for (where’s that Kickstarter campaign?), but it is the day that all seven seasons of the beloved drama become available on Netflix. And where Netflix leads, we will follow.
Whether you’re a longtime fan of the series, or you’re just beginning your journey through Stars Hollow today, we’ve compiled a list of 25 episodes you must watch during your binge — and, »
CBS' Stalker: Will You Follow It?
I hope you weren’t planning on sleeping well tonight, TVLine readers. After watching Stalker, I don’t see how you can.
The CBS procedural drama, which debuted Wednesday at 10/9c, was as paranoia-inducing as its title would suggest — but will you pursue the series in the weeks to come?
The drama focuses on the Lapd’s Threat Assessment Unit, led by Lieutenant Beth Davis (Nikita‘s Maggie Q). The unit handles all stalking cases that make waves in the city, and in this debut hour alone, the team has got its hands full.
Fortunately — or unfortunately, »
Nashville Recap: Juliette's Baby Daddy Revealed?
Well stick a straw hat on my head and call me Minnie Pearl: It looks like Juliette’s not going to give birth to demon spawn Jeff Fordham’s child, after all.
In a surprising move for a primetime soap, this week’s Nashville indicates the drama won’t pursue a who’s-the-daddy storyline with the eminently watchable — if not unfailingly faithful — Ms. Barnes.
I’ll expound upon my relief later in this recap, which also covers Rayna’s ire about the media wanting the dirt on her relationship with Luke (guys, she’s not being »
'How to Get Away with Murder': Who's really the murderer?
It’s the burning question of the fall season: Who is the actual murderer on ABC’s new hit drama How to Get Away with Murder?
On the season premiere, it was uncovered through flash-forwards that a group of students from Annalise Keating’s class attempted to cover up the murder of her husband, Sam (Tom Verica), who was killed with the coveted justice statue Annalise uses as an immunity idol in her class. Who’s the real killer?
“I love everyone creating their own theories,” executive producer Pete Nowalk tells EW. “Some of them we’ve planted intentionally, a »
- Natalie Abrams
The Criminal Minds Season 10 Premiere: Do You Like the Addition of 'Love'?
As CBS’ Criminal Minds kicked off its 10th season on Wednesday night, Jennifer Love Hewitt lent a, um, hand as the Bau tracked an UnSub who leaves behind only his victims’ torsos. By hour’s end, had noob Kate Callahan won you over?
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The premiere opened with Callahan sweet-talking a purveyor of child porn, then all but laughing in his face when he (as they all do, she notes) falls for the usual sting, hauled away in handcuffs. Next we see her, she is riding up the elevator to 6 with Reid, »
Michael Jackson's 'Thriller' video to be released in 3D
This is something Michael Jackson fans can really be thrilled about.
After settling a dispute with the late singer’s estate, director John Landis is finally bringing the iconic 14-minute 1983 music video “Thriller” to 3D. No official details have been released yet, but Landis, who directed the phenomenon for a reported $500,000 budget, told the New York Daily News that the project began as an idea Jackson originally had as a segment for his “This Is It” tour.
“It is going to reappear in a highly polished and three-dimensional way that is very exciting on the big screen,” Landis said. In addition to the new look, »
- Jake Perlman
Was that the worst 'Survivor' lie ever?
Well, that was something. It was quite an eventual episode of Survivor: San Juan del Sur tonight. My full recap will be up later, but to find out and sound off on what happened, read on for more. [Spoiler Alert: Read on only if you have already watched Wednesday’s episode of Survivor: San Juan del Sur — Blood vs. Water.]
People go on Survivor and often lie about stupid stuff for no reason. I can’t tell you how players I’ve spoken with before the game that had some totally innocuous profession but decided to lie about it anyway — I guess because it made them feel super sneaky? But then there are other, bigger lies that can get you in trouble. »
- Dalton Ross
TV Land picks up two new comedies, 'Impastor' and 'Teachers'
TV Land is getting edgier, judging by its two newest comedies. The network announced on Wednesday that it’s ordered two new single-camera comedies, Impastor and Teachers, with both 10-episode first seasons slated to premiere in 2015.
“Impastor and Teachers are perfect examples of the type of comedies we’re looking for as TV Land evolves its original series – innovative, unconventional, and hilariously funny for an audience that enjoys smart humor with a hint of heart,” said TV Land President Larry W. Jones.
- Emily Blake
How one musician makes music from the sounds of YouTube
There are millions of people on the Internet making music by themselves. They focus cameras on their hands as they dance across fretboards, set them further back as they sit behind a drum kit with earbuds in place, stare into their lens as they sing soulfully, with no music playing along.
Ophir Kutiel has spent several months of his life looking for their videos on YouTube. Kutiel is an Israeli musician who found viral internet fame in 2009 when, in a fit of inspiration, he turned off his phone and locked himself in his apartment for two straight months, working on a project he called ThruYOU. »
- Joshua Rivera
Michael Rosenbaum's Impastor Ordered to Series at TV Land
TV Land’s Impastor has been blessed with a series order.
The single-camera comedy, which stars Smallville‘s Michael Rosenbaum as a debt-plagued slacker who poses as the new gay pastor in a small town, has snagged a 10-episode pickup by the cable network. The project from Christopher Vane (Suddenly Susan) also stars Mircea Monroe (Episodes, Hart of Dixie), Aimee Garcia (Dexter) and Sara Rue (Less Than Perfect).
TV Land has also handed a 10-episode series order to Teachers, a comedy starring improv group The Katydids as six elementary »
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