“Dexter” hit a crescendo in the final moments of last season with a reveal that was a long time coming and “dramatically changes the nature of this show,” say producers.
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Showtime is ending the Laura Linney series “The Big C,” Showtime president David Nevins announced Monday at the Television Critics Association Press Tour in Beverly Hills.
“If you’re looking for Jerry or Maury, this show isn’t for you,” says Jeff Probst of his new daytime talk show. “I’m not interested in fighting and paternity tests.”
“Made in Jersey” series creator Dana Calvo was, in fact, made in New Jersey and plans to see to it that her home state is represented well in the new CBS legal drama. “This is a valentine to a state that I don’t think gets a lot of good press.”
“There’s plenty of room for many Sherlocks,” says CBS President of Entertainment Nina Tassler. It’s a “timeless” tale.
FX brass may have been worried about unpredictable Charlie Sheen at the TCA Press Tour Saturday in Beverly Hills, but it was British comedian Russell Brand who got all kinds of wild Saturday morning during a press conference for his FX show, “Brand X.”
“For Season 5, I know what my endgame is,” says “Sons of Anarchy” creator Kurt Sutter. “The show is the prince’s journey, there is no show without Jax,” Sutter told… More
Charlie Sheen appeared bright and early Saturday morning before TV critics in Beverly Hills for FX’s “Anger Management” presentation, where he talked therapy, family and trainwrecks.
Hunky French actor Gilles Marini decided to compete on “Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars,” despite suffering a serious foot injury earlier this summer, he told xfinityTV in an exclusive interview.
The lion’s share of the “DWTS: All-Stars” cast features “the creme de la creme” of “Dancing with the Stars” — mostly former winners — but one name on the cast list announced Friday had everyone buzzing: Bristol Palin.