Robin Williams is looking to return to TV with a workplace comedy series from David E. Kelley (Ally McBeal).
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The new trailer for season 5 of 'Clone Wars' teases Darth Maul teaming up with Mandalorians and lightsaber battling with Emperor Palpatine.
Seth MacFarlane, Daniel Craig and Joseph-Gordon Levitt will host the first three episodes of the 38th season of 'Saturday Night Live'.
Eddie Murphy and 'The Shield' Creator Shawn Ryan are teaming for a 'Beverly Hills Cop' TV series.
John Leguizamo and Christopher Lloyd will star in the ABC comedy pilot 'Kings of Van Nuys.'
A&E chooses Vera Farmiga to play Norma Bates in the 'Psycho' prequel drama series 'Bates Motel'.
'The Office' spinoff featuring Rainn Wilson as Dwight Schrute casts Matt Jones and Tom Bower as two new Schrute family members on the farm.
'Community' creator (and ex-showrunner) Dan Harmon discusses his feud with Chevy Chase, the subtext of the season 3 finale, and some of his ideas that might show up in season 4.
David Cross reveals that there might be thirteen episodes in 'Arrested Development' season 4, instead of only ten.
Screenwriter and playwright David Mamet is writing (and may direct) a TV reboot of the Western drama series 'Have Gun - Will Travel'.
'A Clockwork Orange' and 'Entourage' star Malcolm McDowell will guest star on the season 4 of 'Community.'
The new 'Dexter' Season 7 trailer clues viewers into some interesting developments for everyone's favorite serial killer.
Michael J. Fox is planning a return to TV full time, with a new comedy series in 2013.
Abby Elliott is leaving 'Saturday Night Live' after spending four years on the late night sketch comedy program.
'The Price is Right' is conducting a search for their first ever male showcase model and viewers can vote on who wins.
HBO is adapting the British medical comedy 'Getting On' for U.S. TV, and has ordered a series pilot, which is set in the geriatric wing of a struggling hospital.
Jodie Foster is developing a female-centric mob series for Showtime - in the vein of 'The Sopranos' - called 'Angie's Body.'
The first trailer for Cinemax's 'Transporter' TV series (starring Chris Vance) promises guns, girls and plenty of action.