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Alias' Victor Garber To Guest Star On CBS' The Good Wife
Since The Good Wife is structured around a bunch of different court cases each season, there is always ample room for guest stars. On Thursday, CBSí lawyer drama announced that Alias and Deception actor Victor Garber will be joining The Good Wife for a Season 5 guest gig. Itíll still be a while before we catch the man in action, though, as his episode isnít expected to air until early 2014.
I Have No Idea Where The Good Wife Is Going And That's Thrilling
I have no idea where The Good Wife is going. None. Iíve spent the past day and a half trying to find clues I may have missed or a clear, logical exit strategy out of the brilliant and seemingly crippling corner the writers have painted themselves into, and Iím only able to muster up a few guesses Iím less than confident about, which is a very unnatural and uncomfortable feeling to me.
Check Out How To Help Create One Of This Season's Hawaii Five-0 Episodes
Have you ever watched an episode of a procedural and felt as if that episode could use a little improvement? Hawaii Five-0 is looking for avid watchers who are wanting to get involved with the storytelling process. Over the weekend, CBS announced that the network will go interactive during a full hour of its Hawaii-based drama that is set to air next February. The network is calling the stunt the ďFan Built Five-0.Ē
Ben Affleck And Matt Damon Partner With CBS For Comedy More Time With Family
Matt Damon and Ben Affleck are hoping to get back into the TV business and they are doing so through a pretty high profile comedy called More Time with Family. After an intense bidding war between the networks, the comedy project has landed at CBS with a put pilot commitment. Additionally, comedian Tom Papa is already attached to the project to star.
CBS Cuts We Are Men, Bumps Up Mike & Molly Premiere
With a Monday night schedule featuring both Two Broke Girls and How I Met Your Mother, We Are Men has had a relatively cushy timeslot, but it really hasnít managed to impress in the ratings. On Wednesday, CBS announced that effective immediately (well, effective next week), We Are Men has been pulled from the schedule.
David Letterman's Late Show Contract Extended Through 2015
Late night television is making some changes, and those changes are happening rapidly. Jay Lenoís on his way out, Fallonís on his way up and Seth Meyers is getting his own late night show. While the late night schedule will look extremely different six months from now, CBS has decided to stick with an old faithful, David Letterman, during the networkís popular 11:35 p.m. timeslot, at least for the next couple of years.
The Millers Review: CBS Comedy Maximizes Its Potential With Seasoned Actors
The Millers isnít the most tightly written new comedy of the season or even the most modern. It's shot with multiple cameras, and itís not opposed to going for the obvious joke. Thereís nothing about it that screams brilliant, but beneath the mediocre premise, itís oddly likeable. In fact, every single minute of the pilot might be more enjoyable than the one that precedes it, which sounds about right given its creator/ showrunner.
Amber Tamblyn's Two And A Half Men Character Bumped Up To Series Regular
Two and a Half Men made some big changes going into Season 11. The hit CBS comedy signed on Amber Tamblyn back in August to play Jenny, Charlie Harperís long lost daughter. At the time, she was only signed on for five episodes, but on Wednesday the veteran comedy series announced that Tamblyn will continue to play the role in a regular capacity moving forward.
Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Episode 2 Ratings Down From Premiere, But Still Solid
It's not unusual for a show to drop in ratings from its season or series premiere to its second episode, so we shouldn't be especially surprised that Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s second episode didn't perform quite as well as it did with its premiere. On the bright side, the series debuted to huge numbers, so it has a bit of wiggle room when it comes to its post-premiere decline. Let's just hope that decline tapers off in the coming episodes.
Michael J. Fox And Robin Williams Come Back To TV, Parenthood, Glee And More Return Tonight
Like last night, tonight's primetime line-up features a number of premieres, but most of them are returning shows. It's a big night for comedy, as CBS brings back The Big Bang Theory and debuts The Crazy Ones, while NBC brings Parks and Recreation back along with the premiere of The Michael J. Fox Show. Thursday night also marks the return of Glee, Parenthood, Grey's Anatomy and Elementary.
Breaking Bad Creator Vince Gilligan To Bring Battle Creek Series To CBS
Vince Gilligan has enjoyed a lot of creative freedom when putting together his AMC drama Breaking Bad, which is currently wrapping up its fifth and final season at the network. It makes since that the producer would be working to get a new project off of the ground now, and CBS has bought Gilliganís drama, called Battle Creek and the network is moving straight to series with program.
Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston Set To Return To How I Met Your Mother
Bryan Cranston is heading back to How I Met Your Mother during the CBS comedyís final season. The man hasnít been a part of the HIMYM family since 2007, when he popped up on the series as one of Ted Mosbyís coworkers and later one of his underlings. In Season 9, heíll return to the series playing the infamous Hammond Druthers.
The Crazy Ones Review: Robin Williams And Sarah Michelle Gellar Pair Well For Comedy
Unlike the other major networks, CBS seems content to continue producing multi-camera comedies, to great success. But the network isn't entirely averse to the single-camera format, as evidenced by The Crazy Ones. When you have talent like Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Gellar, I suppose any format will do. The Crazy Ones' pilot episode lives up to its previews in being a charming, funny, heartfelt comedy that's a little bit workplace and a little bit family, with a lot of Robin Williams-style humor worked in for good measure.
ABC Comedy Gets Back In The Game Tonight, Modern Family, The Middle And More Return
After a night of numerous series premieres on Tuesday, tonight's TV is going easy on us, at least when it comes to new shows debuting, with just one new comedy joining the line-up, along with a slew of returning shows, including ABC comedies The Middle and Modern Family. We also have the return of South Park, Revolution and Nashville!
Emmy Highlights Include Tony Hale, A Special Tribute, Singing, Dancing And More
Though the Emmy Awards went into overtime last night, the lengthy ceremony did manage to offer more than a few great moments scattered throughout its three-plus hours. From a celebration of choreography, to some amusing acceptance speeches and a few great nods to TV's more memorable series this year, CBS's broadcast delivered more than just awards last night. For those who missed it or want to relive the highlights, here are some of the most memorable moments from this year's Emmys.