Friday, November 16, 2012

From LA Examiner: Megan Fox Guests on 'The Wedding Band'; Showtime Renews 'Web Therapy'; 'Arrow' And The Huntress In Hot Water Already; A Blast From 'The Vampire Diaries's' Past; Isaiah Mustafa Guests on 'Nikita'; 3 Canceled...

Everyone knows Megan Fox as an action franchise heroine, but what few may remember is that one of her earliest projects was in a television comedy. Her guest appearance on husband Brian Austin Green’s new TBS show The Wedding Band may just bring her career full circle in that very meta way, then... [MORE]

Showtime has announced today the renewal of Web Therapy, Lisa Kudrow, Dan Bucatinsky, and Don Roos' half-hour comedy about an unconventional therapist, Dr. Fiona Wallice (Kudrow). Though the previous installment saw David Schwimmer popping up as a new patient previously obsessed with Fiona, this new one will include additional Showtime star Matt LeBlanc! ... [MORE]

"Arrow's new ally tests his morality with her own "Vendetta"

If you're an Arrow fan waiting for Oliver (Stephen Amell) and Laurel (Katie Cassidy) to get back together, you're going to have to wait a little while longer because he's still growing closer to Helena (guest star Jessica de Gouw). How could he not? She's someone who is just like him-- she even has to scars (well, they're emotional ones instead of physical markers, but still). But she's also someone who knows about who he is now-- even if she still doesn't know the whole him.... [MORE]

"The Vampire Diaries' [SPOILER] returns for "We'll Always Have Bourbon Street"

The Vampire Diaries is flashing back once again, and with every return to the past, so should you expect a return from a former character. In "We'll Always Have Bourbon Street" that very special character is none other than Lexi (Arielle Kebbel)!... [MORE]

"Isaiah Mustafa needs a little help from Nikita"

Isaiah Mustafa is heading to Nikita, but the fit commercial spokesman, also known for an action-anti-hero turn on Chuck, is going to need a little help getting out of a very bad position.... [MORE]

"CBS and ABC Fall 2012 casualties: Partners, 666 Park Ave, and Last Resort"

The holidays are right around the corner, but instead of celebrating, today two major networks have instead trimmed (what they saw as) the under-performing fat.... [MORE]

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