Showtime is keeping “Ray Donovan” around.
The cable network has officially picked up the freshman drama starring Liev Schreiber for a second season, it has announced.
HBO will keep the blood flowing next summer.
The cable network has ordered a seventh season of its long-running vampire drama “True Blood”.
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Lying is no longer a game at ABC Family.
Lead actress Alexandra Chando has tweeted the news that the mystery drama has officially been canceled.
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, who played Finn on FOX’ “Glee”
, was found dead in his Vancouver hotel room late Saturday Afternoon. Per reports, hotel staff found the body of the actor after he had missed his checkout-time. He was 31.
Ziva’s story will end – very soon.
CBS has announced today that Cote de Pablo, who plays Agent Ziva David on CBS’ hit procedural “NCIS” regularily since the show’s third season, will exit the show after the start of season 11.
Looks like Lisa Edelstein is grading up her home – from “House” to “Castle”.
The erstwhile alumna of the late FOX medical drama has joined the cast of the upcoming sixth season of ABC’s successful crime drama “Castle” for multiple episodes, per TVLine’s Michael Ausiello.
Looks like Oliver Queen might be shooting at a Terminator in the near future.
Per the Hollywood Reporter, “Firefly” and “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles” alumna Summer Glau will join the second season of The CW’s “Arrow” for a major recurring arc.
Well, I was away for two days, so this comes a tad late.
But TNT has officially renewed its alien invasion drama “Falling Skies” for season four. Continue Reading
After a lengthy search to find canceled ABC comedy “Happy Endings” a new home, Sony Pictures TV has now officially stopped looking, TVLine’s Kimberly Roots reports.
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The CW is the next network to announce its fall premiere dates.
And, like last year, their season will not start until October. Check for yourself, after the jump!
Next in line to announce its premiere dates for fall is NBC.
Take a look at when your beloved shows and newcomers launch their seasons, after the jump!
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Some very tragic news to wake up to over here…
James Gandolfini, who is best known for his iconic role of Tony Soprano in HBO’s long-running crime drama “The Sopranos”, has suddenly died at the age of 51. Continue Reading
No more “anger” for Kate from Charlie.
FX has officially announced that after Charlie Sheen had “fired” Selma Blair via text (!) from “Anger Management” after she spoke about his erratic work behavior, the actress is now leaving the comedy for good.
CBS has announced its premiere dates for the fall today, and there will be a double-dose of “How I Met Your Mother” right out of the gate.
Take a look at the list for when your favorites return, after the jump!
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It’s official. Cory and Topanga are coming back to TV.
The Disney Channel has officially ordered its “Boy Meets World” spinoff, “Girl Meets World”, to series. The new show will debut in 2014, with Michael Jacobs being back in the saddle as producer.
ABC has piled up on the regular casts of its two Shonda Rhimes dramas.
Per TVLine’s Michael Ausiello, for next fall’s tenth season, Camilla Luddington, Jerrika Hinton, Gaius Charles and Tessa Ferrer, who are playing the new bunch of interns on ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy”, have been promoted to series regulars.
Meanwhile, on “Scandal”, Scott Foley, who plays Jake Ballard on the hit drama, has gotten upped to the same status.
The television reign of the Borgias is about to end.
Showtime has canceled its period drama “The Borgias” after three season, with the third season finale airing on June 16 now becoming the series finale.
The walk of “Shameless” for Jimmy has come to an end.
Per the Hollywood Reporter, Justin Chatwin, who has played the conman that fell in and out of (and in again) love for Fiona Gallagher (Emmy Rossum) for three seasons of the “Showtime” drama, will not be returning when it returns early next year.
It’s about time we get some more full trailers of the upcoming CW fall shows.
But first, here’s a very “deserted” look at the full trailer for the coming second season of Aaron Sorkin’s “The Newsroom”, which bows Sunday, July 14 on HBO.
Head for the goods, after the jump!
The void left by Jennifer Esposito on “Blue Bloods” has been filled.
Marisa Ramirez, who recurred on the CBS cop drama during its last season as Maria Baez, Danny Reagan’s (Donnie Wahlberg) partner, will now be part of the regular cast, per the Hollywood Reporter.