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  • TCA Press Tour: Melissa McCarthy weighs in on 'Mike & Molly'

     
    While CBS’ new sitcom “Mike & Molly,” explores a flourishing relationship between the title characters, it's their waist sizes that got the most attention during the TV press tour Tuesday. And the show's stars, Melissa McCarthy and Billy G...
  • TCA Press Tour: 'The Event' producers ask viewers to have a little faith

     
    With "Lost" gone, NBC is hoping those with appetites for serialized, time-shifting stories will turn to the network's new fall drama "The Event." "The Event," starring Jason Ritter as a young man whose girlfriend mysteriously disappears, which leads him...
  • 'Gilmore Girls' lives on, 'Gossip Girl' goes to China, Morrison up for more 'House'

     
    Scott Patterson talks about his old job, China wants its own Blair Waldorf and Dr. Cameron could be getting a call into Princeton-Plainsboro....
  • Alexis Bledel Reports to 'ER'

    Former "Gilmore Girls" star Alexis Bledel has been admitted to the "ER" for the long-running show's series finale. Bledel will play a new intern at County General in the final episode, People reports. The two-hour finale, which caps a 15-year run on NBC,...
  • Pilots: CBS casts '30 Rock' actor, 'Gilmore Girls' alum

    A slew of actors has joined the CBS pilots "Big D," "Miami Trauma," "The Eastmans" and "The Good Wife." In the Dallas-set "Big D," Deanne Dunagan plays a Texan Southern belle who welcomes her son back home from New York and meddles in his wife's life....
  • Pilots: 'Worst Week' star moves to ABC

    Kyle Bornheimer, who starred in "Worst Week" on CBS this season, is moving on to a pilot at ABC. While that's not good news for "Worst Week," the ABC project Bornheimer is joining now has its core cast in place. He'll star opposite Alyssa Milano and Eric...
  • Pilots: 'In Treatment's' Josh Charles hitched to 'Good Wife'

    Josh Charles, who sought couple's therapy on HBO's "In Treatment" will have legal problems to address now. The former "Sports Night" star has joined the CBS drama pilot "The Good Wife," according to The Hollywood Reporter. Charles, 37, will play a...
  • Rebecca Rand Kirshner Sinclair to steer '90210' for two more years

    On the heels of Tuesday's renewal news, "90210" studio, CBS Paramount, has signed show runner Rebecca Rand Kirshner Sinclair to a new two-year contract, keeping the "Gilmore Girls" alumna at the helm of one of The CW's signature dramas. Sinclair is the...
  • Madchen Amick Joins 'My Own Worst Enemy'

    Christian Slater's double life-leading character in "My Own Worst Enemy" is getting a new better half. Former "Twin Peaks" star Madchen Amick has joined the NBC series, where she'll play Slater's wife, according to The Hollywood Reporter. She takes...
  • Preview: Waterfront Film Festival

    Preview:  Waterfront Film Festival
    The Waterfront Film Festival is exactly one month away, and organizers tell me they've got a fantastic line-up! The entire list will be released next week, but Fox-17 got an *exclusive scoop on six of the featured gala films. Midwest Premieres: - *...
  • The CW Announces Schedule for 2009-2010 Season; Check Out Video from the Event

    The CW Network unveiled the schedule for its 2009-2010 season today at a presentation for advertisers, affiliates and national media in the Theater at Madison Square Garden. The announcement was made by Dawn Ostroff, President of Entertainment, The CW....
  • Casting: 'LAPD' Adds Another Cop

    NBC's pilot "LAPD" has beefed up its force with the addition of another cop, while several shows debuting in the fall have added to their casts. Michael Cudlitz ("Standoff," "Lost") has joined the ensemble of "LAPD," a cop show from producer John Wells....