Lisa Edelstein to star in Bravo’s “The Girlfriend’s Guide to Divorce”
From Marti Noxon, the Bravo pilot will have the “House” alum play a self-help book author who hides her separation from her husband as she begins living the single life in L.A.
A Winston Churchill TV series is in the works, from the producer of “Downton Abbey”
“Young Titan” would focus on the early life of the famous British leader, from 1901 to 1915.
Ben Affleck to direct a Fox crime drama pilot
He’ll helm the pilot for “The Middle Man,” a ’60s FBI drama set in Boston.
Isaiah Washington: My life fell apart after gay slur incident
Says the former “Grey’s Anatomy” star: “After the incident at the Golden Globes, everything just fell apart. I lost everything. I couldn’t afford to have an agent…I couldn’t afford to have a publicist…I couldn’t afford to continue.”
Danny Glover to play Blair Underwood’s dad on “Ironside”
He’ll play Frank Ironside in a flashback sequence.
“Breaking Bad” Nazi: Stop calling it the worst shootout in history
Kevin Rankin, the Australian actor who famously played a white supremacist on “Justified,” says: “It’s unfair to say that it was the worst shoot-out in TV history when you don’t know what the outcome is.” PLUS: Aaron Paul tweets a “spoiler” photo: a Walt-Jesse-Skyler threesome, and watch Bryan Cranston’s evolution as an actor.
“Castle” shooting around Nathan Fillion today due to his back problems
Fillion had to take today off to take care of his back.
Sarah Silverman took the age-related James Franco roast jokes personally
She tells W. Kamau Bell: “I’m the same age as fresh-faced new star W. Kamau Bell! I mean. I feel like it’s a part of, as soon as you get — a woman gets to an age where she has opinions and she’s vital and she’s strong…she’s systematically shamed into hiding under a rock.”
“Arrow” casts Grant Gustin as the Flash
The “Glee” vet has landed the role of Flash alter ego Barry Allen.
Check out new “American Horror Story” ads
“Coven” is on pins and needles.
TV will play a big role in Twitter’s IPO
The timing of the IPO is perfect since the fall season is about to begin.
“Burn Notice” goes out on a season high
One million more watched the series finale than the penultimate episode.
“The Karate Kid’s” William Zabka will be back on “HIMYM”
He’ll reprise his role as himself in at least eight episodes next season. PLUS: Neil Patrick Harris brought his kids to the “HIMYM” set.
Tony Soprano’s driver busted for possessing bogus $100 bills
Louis Gross, who appeared in several “Sopranos” episodes as Tony’s driver, was freed on bail but is being locked up for another charge.
Check out “The Vampire Diaries” Season 5 poster
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