CBS has given a script commitment to a medical drama from Halle Berry and House executive producer Katie Jacobs, EW has confirmed.
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Robert and Michelle King are continuing their good relationship with CBS.
The husband and wife team have signed a new three-year deal to continue as executive producers and showrunner on the hit series The Good Wife. In addition, the new agreement has the Kings developing a new comedy-horror series for the studio. CBS has made a put-pilot commitment to Brain Dead, described as an hourlong comedic horror series set in the world of D.C. politics — in other words, “The West Wing meets The Strain.” The series will reunite the entire team of The Good Wife, with the Kings as writers and executive producers and Scott Free producing alongside CBS TV Studios for the CBS network.
Coming off an explosive fifth season and second Emmy win for star Julianna Margulies, The Good Wife will return on CBS on Sunday, September 21.
Sheldon’s cross-country train trip will take him on quite an adventure when The Big Bang Theory returns.
Psych-os will be happy about this one: Corbin Bernsen will guest-star in an upcoming episode of CBS’ new drama Scorpion.
Scorpion stars Elyes Gabel as Walter O’Brien, an eccentric genius who assembles a team of super-geniuses to combat the complex threats of the modern age.
Frasier alum David Hyde Pierce has landed a recurring role on The Good Wife.
The Emmy and Tony Award-winning actor will play a highly respected cable news legal commentator who is so disgusted by the corruption and murder rate in Chicago that he decides to run for office.
Angie is back Under the Dome.
Britt Robertson, who was killed off the CBS drama during the season 2 premiere, will reprise her role on Monday’s episode, EW has learned exclusively. Angie, or whatever she is when the dome makes dead people appear, will reunite with former flame and captor Junior in the infamous storm shelter, where he was last seen cuddling with Melanie while guarding the egg.
Big Bang Theory fans won’t have to wait long to find out where Sheldon ended up after disappearing on a train in last season’s finale. CBS has just revealed that he’ll be somewhere very hot when the long-running comedy returns this fall.
Kim Kardashian has been a staple of the reality-show circuit for almost a decade now, but she’s adding another scripted credit to her resume—this time on a Michael Patrick King comedy.
The star tweeted that she will appear in an episode of CBS’ 2 Broke Girls, which is set to air on Monday, Oct. 27. Kardashian did not mention whether she will be playing herself or a new character on the show. Her most recent forays into comedy, both on How I Met Your Mother and a live episode of 30 Rock, however, indicate it will more likely be the former. Kardashian’s other scripted work includes a four-episode arc on Drop Dead Diva and guest spots on CSI: NY and American Dad.
— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) August 25, 2014
Whoever she ends up playing, one has to hope Kardashian will be seen playing Kim Kardashian: Hollywood on her phone during the episode.
CBS has given a pilot commitment for a medical drama set in Silicon Valley, created by writing duo Jason Katims and Sarah Watson—whose drama Parenthood will soon begin its sixth and final season.
According to Deadline, the drama will center on a controversial young tech titan who opens a cutting-edge hospital. The tech world has become a hot selling point for development, as seen in the rise of tech-inspired shows, such as HBO’s Silicon Valley and AMC’s Halt and Catch Fire. Along with this project, Katims will continue as executive producer of About a Boy, one of the few freshmen comedies that NBC renewed for a second season.
Billy Eichner and Rhys Darby have landed guest-starring roles on The Millers, EW has learned.
When Carol Burnett returns to Hawaii Five-0, she’ll be bringing a Jersey Boy with her: EW has learned exclusively that Frankie Valli will guest-star on an upcoming episode of the CBS drama.
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