King & Maxwell joins fan-“fae”vourite Lost Girl, brightly shining Copper, returning romance Beauty and the Beast and the always mysterious Haven. Also featuring new seasons of hits Covert Affairs, Royal Painsand Rizzoli & Isles and cable premieres of Hollywood blockbuster movies, the fall schedule launches August 26.
King & Maxwell stars Tenney and Romjin as bestselling author David Baldacci‘s popular characters Sean King and Michelle Maxwell. He’s charming and always one step ahead of the game, she’s a fearless force and together, they have a leg up on conventional law enforcement. Continue reading »
CTV announced today complementary content that gives fans everything they need to participate in the race of a lifetime – including viewer prizing of up to $185,000. The customized activations and original content from BlackBerry, Air Canada, Chevrolet Canada, and Interac Association are available at CTV.ca/TheAmazingRaceCanada beginning next Monday, July 15 to coincide with the series’ premiere that night.
Features on the site include a digital series with unparalleled behind-the-scenes access, thrilling gamisodes, exclusive video, an interactive map to track the racers, and premium viewer contests. Continue reading »
The actor was cast in the sitcom’s pilot prior to the second season renewal of happy Endings and had to drop out, making way for Lamorne Morris’ character Winston.
Wayans Jr. will be back in his role of Coach for a “significant” arc in the third season.
His character was cast as the original third roommate before Jess (Zooey Deschanel) moving in.
Coach was referenced occasionally during the first two seasons by the other characters.
The Shaw Media reality series has been nominated in the ‘Best TV Show Specific Social TV Award’ and ‘Best TV Everywhere’ categories.
Winners will be announced on Tuesday, July 16th, at a ceremony at the Bel-Air Country Club, located in Los Angeles, CA.
“From the moment Big Brother Canada was green lit we committed to creating an exceptional digital extension to this series; providing Canadian fans every opportunity to interact and engage with the series in real time,” said Barb Williams, Senior Vice President of Content, Shaw Media. “Our partnership with Secret Location and Insight Productions generated great innovation and we’re honoured to be recognized for this work.” Continue reading »
Showrunner Ryan Murphy announced the news on Wednesday, saying: “I am thrilled to announce that the super talented Adam Lambert is joining the cast of Glee this fall.”
There are no details yet as to what character Lambert will be playing or whether it will be a regular or recurring role.
Lambert is a fan of the series, saying earlier this year that it “really paints a picture of what it’s like to be an arts kid in high school.” Continue reading »
The 21-year-old character, who is joining to somewhat replace part-timer Angus T Jones, is described as “sexy and gorgeous”.
Originally, the character will be recurring, with the possibility of an extension to a series regular.
The introduction of a gay character is a good move for the comedy and the CBS network in general, as the network was ranked last out of the major networks in terms of programming featuring gay characters.
James Franco will be the subject of the next Comedy Central Roast.
The actor will be the centre of attention for the September 2 Roast, following the likes of Donald trump, Pamela Anderson, William Shatner and Joan Rivers in taking to the hot seat.
“I’ve dreamed about this Roast for as long as I can remember,” Franco said.
Comedy Central exec Kent Alterman joked: “If only James Franco was a more successful, multi-hyphenated, incessant creative risk taker in different media, he’d be the perfect person to roast. Oh well… I suppose we’ll just have to make do.”
The Parks and Recreation actor will reprise his role on the David Duchovny-series as eccentric actor Eddie Nero.
Lowe has popped up in six episodes of the series over the past few seasons and his latest appearance will fit into a storyline where he is starring in a TV show based on Hank Moody’s (Duchovny) film, Santa Monica Cop.
The Inaugural Canadian International Television Festival (CITF) will kick off on November 16 with Bell Media, the Canada Media Fund (CMF) and the Canadian Media Production Association (CMPA) on board as supporters.
The not-for-profit CITF will be the first television showcase festival in Canada and will provide a familiar platform for the public, journalists, broadcasting students, advertisers, and the industry to discover and enjoy new and returning English and French-language Canadian programs.
The CITF will also salute the diversity of the global television community, in acknowledgement of Canada’s expanding presence internationally. On the big screen at TIFF Bell Lightbox, Canada’s top cinema complex, the CITF will exhibit full episodes and retrospectives, as well as previews and other short-form content; while on-stage and on the red-carpet, fans will see cast reunions, Q&As, script readings, and other live events. Continue reading »
The creator of the cancelled comedy series Happy Endings has not ruled out a comeback.
David Caspe says that an Arrested Development-style internet series is a possibility if no other network picks it up.
Caspe said: “I would never say never to anything. We would always be open to talking about it,” he stressed. “But the only way to move on is to move on. We have other stuff that we’ve gotta do. Who knows?”
“I’m sure when they moved on from Arrested Development they never imagined that seven years later they would do it again. Continue reading »