‘Other People’s Kids,’ ‘Work It’ and ‘Lost and Found’ bring more comedy to ABC, while the alphabet network banks on two new drama pilots ‘Missing’ and ‘Pan Am.’
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NBC fortifies its upcoming lineup with ‘S.I.L.A.’ from Oscar-winning screenwriter Stephen Gaghan, a show about crime, law enforcement and politics in Los Angeles.
In the new CBS drama 'Ringer,' Sarah Michelle Gellar makes a return to series television as a young woman hiding from her past by taking over the identity of her deceased twin.
Fox builds its upcoming comedy lineup by nabbing a sitcom pilot from up and coming writer Elizabeth Meriwether, about a girl who moves in with three guys.
The massively downloaded phone and console app, ‘Angry Birds,’ has proven popular enough to cross platforms into an animated television or online series.
In the second half of 'Supernatural' season 6, Castiel returns with a female sidekick, Sam & Dean go back in time (again), and one episode gets 'meta.'
With the second season premiere of hit FX series 'Justified' set to return in February, Timothy Olyphant reveals the ease of playing Raylan Givens - and meeting creator Elmore Leonard.
FX plans an hour-long block of summer comedies, as Elijah Wood makes his television series debut in ‘Wilfred’, following the return of Louis C.K. in ‘Louie’.
Starz has announced ‘The Pacific’ actor Liam McIntyre is set to replace ailing Andy Whitfield in the titular role of ‘Spartacus.’
‘School Spirits’ and ‘Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased)’ expand SyFy’s upcoming television slate - with a dose of reality and a hint of mortality.
In a surprise announcement, Skeet Ulrich, Regina Hall and Megan Boone are gone from ‘Law & Order: Los Angeles’, leaving Alfred Molina and Terrence Howard as series regulars.