James Wolk has landed the starring role on CBS’ adaptation of James Patterson’s novel Zoo, EW has confirmed.
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Rocky Carroll is stepping behind the camera for a winter episode of NCIS, EW has learned exclusively.
The actor, who plays NCIS Director Leon Vance, will direct an upcoming episode of the CBS procedural. Details are being kept under wraps, but he’ll follow in the footsteps of costar Michael Weatherly (Tony DiNozzo), who directed episodes in seasons eight and 10. READ FULL STORY
For Parenthood‘s Kristina, Max’s sudden interest in girls has only made her life more stressful. Although Adam has tried to convince her that it can be a good thing, for the most part, Kristina’s focused on the potential heartbreak of it all.
And in an exclusive sneak peek at this week’s episode, Kristina is left to deal with Max’s crush on her own when Adam is out of town. And according to Max, he’s ready to ask Dylan out on an official out-of-the-house date … if only his mom would tell him how to go about doing that.
Grant Gustin’s Barry Allen has been immortalized.
“HOLY S–––!” How many times have you uttered those words while watching season 5 of The Walking Dead? Most likely, a lot. Now, a good 50% of those profane utterances may have been due to the violence, which has been off the charts (as cast members Andrew Lincoln and Norman Reedus warned me it would be this year), but there’s something else about season 5. It’s not just the gore. Everything on the show seems to be operating on a different level — the characters, the story, the stakes. Put it all together and you have what could be shaping up to be the best Walking Dead season ever. Of course, we’ll have to see how things play out over the next 11 episodes before we can say whether that designation sticks, but so far, so great. Let’s examine what has made this season so strong on all fronts. READ FULL STORY
MTV2 has renewed both Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ‘N Out, which will resume in Winter 2014 before premiering its seventh season in 2015, and Guy Code, which will return in 2015.
In addition to those pick-ups, the network also greenlit two additional comedies: MTV2′s Joking Off and Number 2 News (working title). Finally, the network announced that it’s developing a new talk show pilot, Uncommon Sense with Charlamagne, starring Charlamagne tha God from Guy Code. Check out a rundown of the new series below:
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“What could be more natural than your mother’s tongue in your ear?”
We’ll just leave that line from this week’s Modern Family there for you to contemplate before actually giving you context.
Richard Roundtree has landed a multi-episode arc on Chicago Fire, EW has learned.
For 10 years, Supernatural has given us countless scares, brother moments, life-or-death situations, and now … a musical? For the show’s 200th hour, Sam and Dean find themselves in the middle of an all-female play based on Carver Edlund’s books, a.k.a. their life.
Other than that, we don’t know much about the 200th episode, except that it will feature a rendition of “Carry On My Wayward Son” and potentially has only three male characters (two of whom are Winchesters).
So in preparation for the mysterious hour, we ranked all 199 Supernatural episodes, and now, EW has an exclusive sneak peek that goes behind the scenes of the musical(ish) episode. Watch it below to get a deeper look at some of the songs and female cast members, along with commentary from those involved, including Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki.
[SPOILER ALERT: Read on only if you have watched Sunday’s episode of The Walking Dead.] READ FULL STORY
Lemond Bishop has been a Good Wife staple since its first season. He’s been the drug-dealing client who Will and Diane took on for monetary reasons, and he’s been the drug-dealing client who has managed to connect with Alicia on a parental level. And in season 6, his role has been larger than ever as he’s become the drug-dealing ex-client that the state is trying to take down by first taking down Cary. And let’s not forget that he recently started raising money for Alicia’s State’s Attorney campaign.
So what’s next? We talked with Mike Colter about Bishop’s motives, the role he might play in Kalinda’s departure, and more.
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