The Blacklist has booked three major guest stars for an upcoming episode, Entertainment Weekly reports. Justin Kirk, Andrew Dice Clay and William Sadlerhave all landed roles on NBC's freshman drama.
Joel McHale, Yvette Nicole Brown
October 19 is here — again!
Four months after Community's fourth season was initially supposed to air, the comedy is finally re-opening the doors to Greendale Community College on Thursday at 8/7c on NBC. But how will the delay affect this season? With creator Dan Harmon out, will the cult hit maintain the same niche voice? Should we get our hopes up for a Season 5? And what the frak happened with Chevy Chase? New showrunners David Guarascio and Moses Port and stars Alison Brie and Gillian Jacobs talked to TVGuide.com to help answer all our Community burning questions.
The Walking Dead's Jeffrey DeMunn lives!
DeMunn will guest-star on NBC's upcoming drama Chicago Fire, Entertainment Weekly reports.
From Law & Order's Dick Wolf, Chicago Fire tells the story of the complex and heroic men and women of the Chicago Fire Department. DeMunn will portray...
Glen Mazzara has been tapped to succeed Frank Darabont as the showrunner of The Walking Dead, sources confirm to TVGuide.com.
Frank Darabont steps down as Walking Dead showrunner
On Tuesday, news broke that Darabont, who also directed the show's pilot, had stepped down. Mazzara...
Frank Darabont is no longer Walking Dead.
Sources confirmed Tuesday afternoon that the AMC series' executive producer and director is stepping down as showrunner. It's unclear whether Darabont has left the show completely, but there are apparently ongoing talks about him staying on in some capacity, according to Deadline.com, which first reported the news.
The Walking Dead: Creator weighs in on Season 1's biggest mystery
Darabont, whose other credits include The Shawshank Redemption and The Green Mile, was present at Walking Dead's Comic-Con panel on Friday and seemed put out by having to work long hours on the show's second season. "There are days I wish...
Stephen King is in talks to write an episode of The Walking Dead, IGN reports.
Castmember Laurie Holden, who plays Andrea on the AMC series, revealed...
AMC has renewed The Walking Dead for a second season, the network announced Monday.
The order for a 13-episode second season comes after just two episodes of the first season have aired. The Halloween-night series premiere scored 5.3 million viewers, the largest audience for any original series telecast on AMC. Sunday's second episode brought in...
AMC's new zombie drama The Walking Dead debuted to 5.3 million viewers, the largest audience for any original series on the network.
"It's a good day to be dead," said AMC President Charlie Collier. "We are so proud of this series, its depth of storytelling and...
Michael Laungani, The Apprentice
Donald Trump gave Michael Laungani not so much a Bronx cheer but a Rutgers one, when the 29-year-old Chicagoan nearly cost the ill-fated Gold Rush guys their most valuable asset: a bevy of collegiate pom-pom girls. Was Michael simply too nice a guy to play with the reality-TV sharks? (And why does he want to tangle with real sharks?) Here's what he told TVGuide.com the day after his firing.
TVGuide.com: Dude, where did you come from? So many people I've talked to agree that you kinda just appeared out of thin air on Week 7.Michael Laungani: [Chuckles] A lot of people said I was "flying under the radar." I looked at it this way: If flying under the radar means not getting involved in meaningless gossip, self-promotion or pet
Question: Please settle a bet between my friend and me. I am positive that I remember the actor Morgan Freeman on the kids' show The Electric Company in the mid-'70s. My friend says no way. Who is right? I have a bottle of very good wine riding on this!
Answer: Well, this oughtta pop your cork, then, Jessica. (And, at the risk of beating this horse to death, all you goofuses who hold back on the details of your betting should take note of Jessica's gallant move of telling me what she and her pal have at stake in their bet.)
Freeman did indeed play Easy Reader, the afro-wearing character who helped a generation of children learn to read on the brilliant Electric Company, from 1971 to 1976. That role followed acclaimed work on stage and represented the actor's first break in television, but his feelings about the job seem to depend on when you ask him about it. In 2001, when he served as chair of the