BONES has been on a hiatus due to its upcoming move back to Monday, but now, the show is just days from returning.
“['The Source in the Sludge']‘s a good one to fall on the return to Monday nights,” BONES creator Hart Hanson told reporters on a conference call earlier today. “We’re really pleased.”
And that’s just the start of what’s to come. Check out what Hanson and BONES executive producer had to share about what else fans can expect in the rest of season 9…and a glimpse of what’s on tap so far for season 10…
Fox is debuting COSMOS this Sunday, a series that explores “the saga of how we discovered the laws of nature and found our coordinates in space and time,” and it’s truly unlike anything else on television right now.
At the show’s premiere event this week, COSMOS host (and renowned astrophysicist) Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson talked with reporters about making the series, and what he’s excited for people to see…
Did you love the SCANDAL parody, ESCANDALO, that Jimmy Kimmel debuted last week on JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE? If so, you’re in luck: he unveiled episode 2 of ESCANDALO on his talk show last night.
Check it out…
Former GREY’S ANATOMY star Isaiah Washington (Burke), who was infamously fired after feuding with fellow cast members, will return to the ABC drama for an episode this May, The Hollywood Reporter reports.
His return comes as GREY’S ANATOMY original cast member Sandra Oh (Cristina), Washington’s on-screen love interest, preps to leave the series at the end of the season.
“It’s important to me that Cristina’s journey unfolds exactly as it should,” GREY’S ANATOMY creator Shonda Rhimes said in a statement to THR. “Burke is vital to that journey — he gives her story that full-circle moment we need to properly say goodbye to our beloved Cristina Yang.”
So…anyone else completely shocked by this?
GLEE’s 100th episode is right around the corner — the hour airs March 18th — and with it brings so many familiar faces, including original series stars Mark Salling (Puck), Dianna Agron (Quinn), and Heather Morris (Brittany).
Check out some photos from “100″…
GLEE airs Tuesdays at 8 PM on Fox.
Seth MacFarlane has a long history with Fox, from his animated comedies (FAMILY GUY, AMERICAN DAD, and THE CLEVELAND SHOW) to his recent turn as an executive producer on the live-action sitcom, DADS, and now, he’s attached to one of the network’s more ambitious shows: COSMOS, a 13-part series hosted by astrophysicist Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson that explores how our grasp of the universe has changed over the years. (It’s a stunning undertaking — and a bit baffling to imagine how Carl Sagan and co-writers Ann Druyan and Steven Soter pulled it off during the first version 1980 — and still manages to be completely entertaining.)
At the show’s premiere this week, MacFarlane talked with reporters about what prompted him to get involved with this show, the challenges they faced, and what he hopes viewers get from the series…
Things get serious on tonight’s HOLLYWOOD GAME NIGHT: Anthony Anderson and COMMUNITY’s Yvette Nicole Brown — both winners on their previous times on the show — are pitted against each other, and all they want is to be able to claim victory.
“I don’t even know anyone else on the team, I didn’t see [Anderson's teammates] Gary [Dell’abate] or [WHITE COLLAR star] Tiffani [Thiesen], they don’t exist to me: it’s just Anthony Anderson,” Brown told reporters before taping the show. “And I love Tiffani; I’ve loved her since SAVED BY THE BELL. But Anthony has to go down…I can’t go home without beating this man!”
And Anderson wasn’t playing nice, either.
BONES is introducing the show’s newest squintern, Rodolfo Fuentes, in “The Repo Man in the Septic Tank.”
Check out some photos from the hour, which also includes some Booth/Brennan adorableness, and a Booth fight…
BONES: Cam (Tamara Taylor, L) introduces Brennan (Emily Deschanel, R) to new Jeffersonian intern, Rodolfo Fuentes (guest star Ignacio Serricchio, C), in the "The Repo Man in the Septic Tank" episode of BONES airing Monday, March 17 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. ©2014 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Ray Mickshaw/FOX
BONES returns with new episodes on Monday, March 10th at 8 PM on Fox.
Slade and Oliver have finally come face-to-face in the present time on ARROW, which means, of course, major things are going down in tonight’s new episode, “The Promise.”
I had the chance to screen the hour early, and while I don’t want to ruin things, there are a few things I can tease about will go down…
THE TOMORROW PEOPLE has been ramping up the insanity with each episode, and as the show gears up for its final hours of the first season, things aren’t slowing down at all.
To get some scoop about what’s in store — and to get a little preview of how the season will end — I spoke with THE TOMORROW PEOPLE boss Phil Klemmer to see what he could share…