USA's 'White Collar' and 'Covert Affairs' seem like natural shows for a crossover event, and stars Matt bomer and Piper Perabo seem to agree. The two said as much in a recent TV interview.
Michael Crider is a native-born Texan, as well as a movie and TV junkie. While his favorites tend to be science fiction and off-kilter comedies, he's not above a Law & Order rerun, either. Some of his all-time favorites include Firefly, Star Trek: Deep Space 9, Battlestar Galactica (2003), News Radio, Scrubs and Dead Like Me. When not writing for Screen Rant, Michael's a freelance graphic designer.
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'Smallville's' Lois Lane is moving on to the Great White North. She's landed the leading role in Canadian TV pilot 'Saving Hope', about a neonatal doctor in a Toronto hospital.
A casting call for season two of AMC's breakout zombie show 'The Walking Dead' has been leaked. Three characters from the comic book source material have been confirmed, but details are still scarce.
Original 'Special Victims Unit' cast member Christopher Meloni will not return for the show's thirteenth season on NBC.
History aims to bring back the biblical epics of the mid 20th century with 'The Bible,' a new 10-part miniseries - with 'Survivor' and 'The Apprentice' producer Mark Burnett at the helm.
Another actor has joined 'Dexter' for its sixth season: 'Battlestar Gallactica' veteran Edward James Olmos. The Syfy vet will be playing a university professor in a major story arc.
Warner Bros. CEO Peter Roth has a few words to say on the 'Wonder Woman' pilot and the show's possible future (or not). Plus, a look at Adrianne Palicki's third costume - the legendary Wonder Woman short shorts.
Showtime's new domestic terrorism thriller 'Homeland' is fast approaching, and they've got the video to prove it. Check out Claire Danes, Mandy Patinkin and Damian Lewis in the first official trailer.
Abrams/Nolan thriller project 'Person of Interest' on CBS just got a lot more interesting - as stars James Caviezel and Michael Emerson show off their underground crime-fighting skills in a new video featurette.
The last of the major broadcast networks to show off their new shows is The CW. New scripted shows include 'Ringer,' 'The Secret Circle,' and 'Hart of Dixie', with reality show 'H8R' leading two others.
TNT's procedural staple 'The Closer' is getting a spin-off called 'Major Crimes', starring 'Battlestar Gallactica' alum Mary McDonnell. They're also prepping a series of winter TV movies based on crime novels.
Fox's upcoming time-travel drama 'Alcatraz' has J.J. Abrams fans salivating. A full 3-minute trailer for the new series has been posted, as well as a detailed synopsis for the first episode.
The CW is aiming to give all the reality-haters out there a channel for their frustrations with 'H8R', a show that lets reality TV's biggest detractors meet face to face with the stars they loathe.
CBS is the last of the big four to announce its first cancelled shows of the season. Jim Belushi's 'The Defenders', NYC sitcom 'Mad Love' and '$#*! My Dad Says' are all out.