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USA Network has announced when it will be putting back on its Suits. The cable network has revealed that its beloved legal drama will return on Wednesday, Jan. 28, at 10 p.m. for the second half of its fourth season. Meanwhile, USA’s comedy series Sirens will begin its second season the night before Suits‘ return, with its Season 2 premiere slated to air on Tuesday, Jan. 27, at 10 p.m. Suits, which premiered back in 2011 on USA, stars Gabriel Macht as Harvey, Patrick J. Adams as Mike, Rick Hoffman as Louis, Meghan Markle as Rachel, Sarah Raffery as Donna, and Gina Torres (of Firefly fame) as Jessica. The series will have plenty of guest stars for the upcoming back half of its fourth season as the show’s lineup includes newcomers Troian Bellisario (Pretty Little Liars), Billy Miller (General Hospital, The Young and the Restless) and Tricia Helfer (Battlestar Galactica). These first time guest stars will… »
- Chris King
The comedy Sirens will debut its second season the preceding night, Tuesday, Jan. 27 at 10 pm.
Suits‘ midseason finale saw Louis learning Mike’s secret and then demanding name partnership from Jessica in exchange for his silence.
“Booch,” “tooch” and “smize” will remain a part of the pop-cultural lexicon for the forseeable future.
The CW has renewed America’s Next Top Model for a 22nd cycle, the network announced today.
Two other unscripted series — Penn & Teller: Fool Us and Masters of Illusion — also scored renewals, the network announced today. TVLine’s 2015 Renewal Scorecard has been updated to reflect the news.
The network did not give specific premiere dates for the shows’ next batches of fresh episodes, but noted they’d all return in 2015.
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Get your brain around this. On Nov. 27, it will be one quarter of a century since Peter Bergman joined CBS's The Young and the Restless as the ruthless but maddeningly lovable Jack Abbott. "In some ways it seems like I got here only yesterday," says Bergman. "But then I'm on the set and look over at Hunter King [who plays Summer] and realize I was already on the show four years when she was born! What the hell?" To celebrate Bergman's milestone, TV Guide Magazine asked the three-time Emmy winner to look back over his run, pick his favorite scenes and give us the scoop on each. Check out the awesome clips!
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- Michael Logan
Some background performers are getting a raise following a tentative deal being reached between SAG-AFTRA and the four major television broadcast networks on the National Code of Fair Practice for Network Television Broadcasting (Network Television Code). Programs covered under the deal, which is worth some $200 million annually, include dramas in first-run syndication, morning news shows, talk shows, soap operas, variety, reality, contest, sports and promotional announcements. Current programs covered by this contract include: "Good Morning America," "The View," "The Price is Right," "The Young and the Restless," "Saturday Night Live," "Dancing with the Stars," "The Voice, Amazing Race," "Nightline" and "Late Night with David Letterman," among many others. “I am pleased with the important gains we’ve achieved in this negotiation, including significant increases for background actors, stand-ins, stunt coordinators and singers," Executive Director David White said in a statement. Union President Ken Howard added: "“With the successful conclusion of this negotiation, »
SAG-AFTRA and the networks have reached a tentative agreement over a three-year-plus successor agreement to the union’s Network Television Code master contract.
The deal covers about $200 million in annual wages for SAG-AFTRA members on such non-primetime shows as “Good Morning America,” “The View,” “The Price is Right,” “The Young and the Restless,” “Saturday Night Live,” “Dancing with the Stars,” “The Voice,” “Amazing Race,” “Nightline” and “Late Night with David Letterman.”
The two sides reached the deal late Friday night following two weeks of negotiations, which had launched Nov. 3 with a news blackout. The current deal expires Saturday.
The pact will be sent next to the SAG-AFTRA national board, which would trigger a ratification vote by membership if the board approves.
The new deal will go into effect retroactively to Nov. 16 through June 30, 2018.
The negotiations covered work by SAG-AFTRA’s 165,000 members on syndicated dramatic programs, daytime serials, »
- Dave McNary
John Oliver spent his acclaimed first season on HBO's Last Week Tonight sounding off on hot-button issues like civil forfeitures, the terror of drone strikes and the NFL's wishy-wishy policies toward domestic abuse. And during Sunday night's season finale, the host focused on another headline-maker: the Salmon Cannon.
Oliver opens the bit by giving a definition of "salmon": "cat food for people, tuna's understudy that you hope never has to go on and that stupid fish that doesn't know how rivers work." The host then cites a recent TV »
TV Rewind: Neil Patrick Harris on Hosting The Oscars, His Italian Wedding & More; ‘The Young and the Restless’ New Stars Visit – The Talk (10/24)Neil Patrick Harris on Hosting The OscarsActor Neil Patrick Harris discusses getting the call to host the 2015 Academy Awards. Harris says, “It’s crazy…you never know…if you’re on a list that is “that” list…it’s not like you know. So, all of a sudden, I was preparing this book tour…then, I got a call…it was very exciting.” Neil Patrick Harris Talks Italian Wedding & Leaving ‘Hedwig’Neil Patrick Harris discusses his recent wedding in Italy to partner, […] »
- April Neale
A version of this story first appeared in the Oct. 31 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. For 26 years, The Young and the Restless has been TV's top-rated soap opera, attracting more than 5 million viewers a day. But Y&R has been declining lately, falling to a 1.4 rating among the key demo of women 25-to-54 this season, compared to a 1.9 in 2009-10. And the slide has coincided with increases for CBS' The Bold and the Beautiful and ABC's General Hospital. “Last year was a terrible year for The Young and The Restless,”
- Alex Ben Block
Charismatic supercreep Adam Newman will return to CBS's The Young and the Restless Wednesday, Nov. 5, and he'll be looking just like Justin Hartley! TV Guide Magazine had a chat with the former Revenge star about the return of the presumed-dead Adam, who will now be sporting a new puss thanks to plastic surgery. Word is, he wants his old life back. And what Adam wants...
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- Michael Logan
Rebecca Mader is going back to the island.
Related Leftovers Star Visits Hawaii
TVLine has confirmed that Lost’s erstwhile Charlotte will guest-star in an upcoming episode of the CBS procedural as Nicole, the dynamic, smart and edgy recovery specialist for a big insurance company. As she works closely with McGarrett on a case, Steve constantly second-guesses her motives, yet is genuinely impressed and amused by her various ploys.
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Justin Hartley is stepping into some big shoes on “The Young and the Restless” — and he doesn't mind if some fans don't think he can fill them. On Nov. 5, Hartley will take over the role of Adam Newman on the CBS soap, following the departure of Michael Muhney. But he's not particularly worried if viewers don't take to his portrayal of Newman. “People are going to have their opinions, which I think is great — I welcome it and I love it,” Hartley, a veteran of “Passions,” “Smallville” and “Revenge,” told TheWrap. See photos: The CW Diversity Scorecard: From ‘Arrow’ to. »
- Tim Kenneally
Girls just wanna have fun — with voodoo potions, satanic séances and good old-fashioned murder! The Fright Night Files (Saturday, Oct. 18,8/7c), a TV One film aimed primarily at African-American women, stars Victoria Rowell (The Young and the Restless), Harry Lennix (The Blacklist), Lynn Whitfield (Without a Trace), Elise Neal (The Hughleys) and Sean Blakemore (General Hospital) in three tales of deadly romance and supernatural vengeance. It's about damn time.
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- Michael Logan
Foo Fighters continued their week-long residency on CBS's “The Late Show” on Tuesday, when they were joined by the two founding members of Heart to perform “Kick it Out.” Sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson rocked the microphone and lead guitar on the collaboration, a day after Dave Grohl and company covered Black Sabbath's “War Pigs” with a little help from Zac Brown. “We should do this every night!” Letterman said at the end of last night's one-song set. See video: David Letterman Dramatically Auditions for ‘The Young and the Restless’ The Foo Fighters are hanging out in New York City promoting their new HBO. »
- Tony Maglio
Tom Hanks and Tim Allen will reprise their roles in "Toy Story That Time Forgot” For the 2nd Pixar TV special, airing Dec. 2, the gang will need the help of Trixie the triceratops as it faces a group of “dangerously delusional” action figures. Jan Hooks was a reminder of why “SNL” is at its best as a live show With the increasing focus on taped sketch shows like "Key & Peele,” “Portlandia" and "Inside Amy Schumer,” Hooks is a "reminder of what ‘SNL' could be at its best—a live show capable of becoming and taking on anything, depending on what the week calls for,” says James Poniewozik. "And for that, you need players like Hooks: versatile, game live performers who can disappear into a role. Performers like her are a kind of human special effect, creating the canvas on which the show replicates the world.” Plus: "She was totally amazing as a sketch player, »
- Norman Weiss
Watch out, Genoa City — there's a pair of Hot Lips coming your way. CBS soap opera “The Young and the Restless” has cast Sally Kellerman, who famously portrayed Margaret “Hot Lips” Houlihan in the 1970 film “M*A*S*H,” for an upcoming role, a spokesman for the show told TheWrap on Thursday. Also read: ‘General Hospital’ Casts Former ‘Young and the Restless’ Star Billy Miller as New Jason Morgan Kellerman will make her “Y&R” debut in November for a multi-episode run. The actress will play a character named Constance Bingham. Kellerman, 77, has remained active on television, appearing on “Unsupervised, »
- Tim Kenneally
Hot Lips in the afternoon? You betcha.
Kellerman, who nabbed Golden Globe and Oscar nominations for her portrayal of Margaret “Hot Lips” Houlihan in Robert Altman’s M*A*S*H, will join the soap as Constance Bingham.
Not many details are available about Constance, but we know this: She’ll first air in November, she’ll be around for multiple episodes, and she’ll interact with several Genoa City citizens. »
Just when you thought Syfy couldn't top Sharknado, along comes Lavalantula.
The channel's next film will include fire-breathing tarantulas (lavalantulas) and a reunion of the Police Academy cast.
Lavalantula, directed by Mike Mendez (Big Ass Spider!), is currently in production in Los Angeles.
The film will premiere in summer 2015.
Watch the trailer for Syfy's Sharknado below: »
Giant lava breathing tarantulas – Lavalantulas – erupt out of ancient volcanos in the Santa Monica Mountains, raining death and destruction upon Los Angeles, in the just-announced Syfy Original Movie Lavalantula, premiering in Summer 2015. Who will save us from the terrifying and deadly spider invasion? How about Steve Guttenberg and his cast-mates from Police Academy?
With the City of Angels on the verge of incineration, only a washed up ‘90s action hero actor, played by Steve Guttenberg (Police Academy, Diner) – joined by Police Academy alumni Leslie Easterbrook (Police Academy) and Michael Winslow (Police Academy: The Series) — stand in the way of this monstrous swarm of bloodthirsty creatures who burn their victims alive.
Currently in production in Los Angeles, Lavalantula also co-stars Nia Peeples (The Young and the Restless) and Ralph Garman (Kroq/La DJ) and is directed by Mike Mendez, who won a Saturn Award for helming another giant-creature feature, Big Ass Spiders. »
- Phil Wheat
Marshall, who received award recognition for his direction of films “Chicago,” “Memoirs of a Geisha” and “Nine,” as well as his 1998 Broadway revival of “Cabaret,” will receive the New York Apple Award. It honors New Yorkers who have made significant contributions with casting directors.
Lewis will receive the Hoyt Bowers award, which recognizes unique spirit, ideals and creativity in casting. Lewis has casted movies such as “Goodfellas,” “Forrest Gump” and “The Wolf of Wall Street,” and is known for her work with Martin Scorsese.
“Marshall and Lewis have defined excellence in their respective fields, and each has played a vital role in the advancement of the casting industry,” said Richard Hicks, president of the Casting Society of America. “Throughout their careers, the honorees and nominees have been instrumental in »
- Sebastian Torrelio
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