Leslie Kasperowicz
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WRITTEN BY Leslie Kasperowicz

After The Office: Where The Stars Are Headed Next

When a series has been on the air as long as The Office, it can be hard to imagine the stars doing anything else. But The Office is coming to an end, and the employees of Dunder Mifflin are headed back out on the job hunt. The series has already spawned several big stars who aren’t hard to keep track of, but if you’re wondering where you can see your other Office favorites in the future, here’s a peek at life after The Office for some of the stars.

Veep Renewed For Season 3 On HBO

Good news for fans of HBO’s Julia Louis-Dreyfuss fronted comedy Veep: Season 3 is officially on the way. HBO has renewed the series for another season with ten new episodes to air next year. The news comes only a few episodes into the currently-airing second season, which premiered on April 14th.

Downton Abbey To Launch Merchandise Including A Fashion Line

Downton Abbey fans may not be able to live like Lord and Lady Grantham and their family, but coming soon it will be possible to dress like them. As the show heads into Season 4 overseas, it’s set to become not only a popular series but also a brand of clothing as well as several other product lines. Get those credit cards ready.

Crossing Lines, Jane Lynch And Nick Lachey NBC Game Shows Get Summer Premiere Dates

NBC is filling out the summer calendar, with three more shows getting premiere dates. Two are new game shows, The Winner Is… and Hollywood Game Night, and the third is the drama Crossing Lines. They join returning shows like America’s Got Talent along with a few new shows including Bear Grylls new competiton series, Get Out Alive.

The Eagles Question The Artistic Integrity Of American Idol

It’s pretty safe to say classic rock legends The Eagles aren’t fans of American Idol or any of the singing competitions it spawned. The band offered their opinions on the genre while on a DVD release publicity tour for the documentary History of the Eagles, and it wasn’t all that flattering.

 Brotherhood's Blake Masters Brings Line Of Sight Pilot To AMC

AMC has ordered another pilot, this time a sci-fi drama from Brotherhood’s Blake Masters. Line of Sight, about a man who survives a mysterious plane crash, is described as a “genre-bending odyssey” that combines traditional drama with sci-fi and thriller elements.

The Soup Spinoff And The Bachelor's Ben Flajnik Featured In E!'s Unscripted Development Slate

Unscripted television is E!’s bread and butter, and the network has some new ones up their sleeve. The latest announcements on the unscripted development slate include an inside look at the top families of Sonoma wine country, the lives of high-stakes female poker pros, and a photography competition series. The development announcements follow on new series and a bunch of new specials planned for the network.

50 Cent, Holly Madison, Nick Cannon And Others Featured In New E! Specials

In addition to the new series announced today by E!, the network has a bunch of new specials set to air in the coming months. Some of the specials will feature inside looks at the lives of stars like The Girls Next Door’s Holly Madison, rapper 50 cent, and Dancing With the Stars' Brooke Burke.

Amazon Children's Pilots: Kids And Mom Weigh In

Among the set of pilots offered for viewers to check out and review on Amazon are a group of new children’s shows. In the interest of giving them a fair review, I brought in a couple of TV critics of the proper age to check them out. Here’s what my kids, who are nearly 6 and 4, thought of the new shows, along with a parent’s perspective on each show (including how annoying they are to adult viewers).

Hemlock Grove Review: Netflix's Horror Series Rises Above The Gore

Netflix’s newest entry into original programming is Hemlock Grove, a supernatural horror series that seems to be an odd mash-up of Twin Peaks and True Blood. In a small Pennsylvania town a teen girl is found brutally murdered, but it quickly becomes obvious that secret of her death is merely the tip of the iceberg when it comes to secrets.

Vegas Moves To Saturday This Week So CBS Can Cover Boston Bombings

As the events in Boston continue to unfold, the networks are making further moves to provide coverage. With the manhunt still underway in Boston, CBS has decided to pre-empt the new episode of Vegas that was scheduled for tonight and join NBC and ABC in presenting special coverage instead.

Talking Dead And Other AMC Unscripted Shows Renewed, Summer Premiere Dates Set

In addition to the big announcement today on the highly anticipated premiere date for Breaking Bad and its new companion series, Talking Bad, AMC had plenty more news to share in the upfronts.That includes summer premiere dates for a number of new and returning shows, some renewals including Talking Dead, and some new projects in development.

Breaking Bad Gets An August Premiere Date And A Weekly Talk Show, Talking Bad

Breaking Bad fans, the end game has a premiere date. Clear your calendars for August 11th, as AMC will be bringing the first of the final eight episodes to us that night. And that’s not all – the network has also confirmed a companion series called Talking Bad which will follow each of the final episodes and dissect it, Talking Dead-style.

Da Vinci's Demons Renewed For Season 2 On Starz

Da Vinci’s Demons didn’t take long to earn a second season. The new Starz drama debuted to record-breaking numbers just this past weekend – probably thanks in part to a strong lead-in from departing series Spartacus - and the premium network wasted no time in renewing it.

Friends Reunion Isn't Happening, Rumors Are False

Sorry, Friends fans, the reunion is just not going to happen. In spite of persistent rumors that the cast of the classic 90s sitcom will sit together on that famous orange couch one more time, the official word is that the rumors are just that. Both the stars and the studio have confirmed that there is no plan to stage a reunion of any kind.

Anne Heche's Save Me, Bear Grylls' New Series And 2 More Get Summer Premiere Dates

NBC has set four more premiere dates for summer programming, including the Anne Heche series Save Me which has been awaiting slot for some time, and the new Bear Grylls reality competition series Get Out Alive With Bear Grylls. Newcomer Camp and returning American Ninja Warrior have also gotten their spots on the schedule.

Patty Duke And Meredith Baxter Will Guest On Glee

Glee is going to wrap up the season with a visit from two very well known actresses. Meredith Baxter (Family Ties) and Academy Award winner Patty Duke will both be making an appearance on the show’s fourth season finale – and word is they are set to return for the (as yet not officially announced) fifth season.

Heather Graham And 24's Mary Lynn Rajskub Join Californication's Season 7

The upcoming seventh season of Californication has booked a couple of new actors. On board for a season-long arc on Showtime’s series is Heather Graham and on board for a shorter stint is 24 alum Mary Lynn Rajskub. Just what Hank Moody (David Duchovny) needs – more women in his life.

The Newsroom Season 2 Will Premiere On HBO In July

The Newsroom’s second season has earned an official premiere date as part of HBO’s summer slate. The Aaron Sorkin drama, which was renewed only a week into its freshman run last summer, will return on July 14th.

Game Of Thrones: See Daenerys As A Disney Princess

Game of Thrones seems to inspire a lot of parodies, including one where the Houses of Westeros prepare for prom, but Daenerys as a Disney Princess? Yes indeed, here is she is, singing her heart out and inspiring young girls everywhere to follow their dreams. To do this, she belts out cheerfully,"I'm on my way...this is it, I'm leaving today!"

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