Report: Fox will never air “Us & Them,” the “Gavin and Stacey” remake starring Jason Ritter and Alexis Bledel
The Fox remake of the hit British comedy was picked up a year ago at the Fox Upfronts, and was screened at last year’s New York Television Festival. But Fox was unhappy with the quality of the scripts and canceled the show last October after filming six episodes, which it planned to burn off at some point. According to TV Line, those six episodes will never be shown on TV.
President Obama called Ryan Murphy to say he liked “The Normal Heart”
Murphy, who hosted a major fundraiser at his house for Obama, had no idea the president had seen his HBO film.
Showtime’s “The Wire” reunion: John Doman to play Dominic West’s father-in-law on “The Affair"
Doman, who played McNulty's boss on “The Wire,” will reunite with West playing the father of Maura Tierney, who is married to West in the series about a marriage damaged by an extramarital affair.
Andy Cohen: I’m NOT producing “I Slept With a Celebrity”
Despite reports to the contrary, Cohen tweeted: "All the jokes have been v funny but I am actually NOT producing this show everybody! #IDidntSleepWithACeleb"
“Game of Thrones” creators: This is our best finale yet
“It’s the best finale we’ve ever done, bar none,” David Benioff and D.B. Weiss said in a statement. “The performances from our cast, the direction from Alex Graves, the VFX work, the new (music) cues from Ramin Djawadi—all of it came together in perhaps the finest hour we’ve produced. We’re immensely proud of ‘The Children.’ And a little intimidated by the episode, because now we have to get back to the business of season five and figure out a way to top it.” PLUS: “Game of Thrones’” viewership fell slightly with wall battle, George R.R. Martin e-mailed the director last night saying he approved, “GoT” has had a tradition of epic penultimate episodes, check out this “GoT” infographic, wall battle gets a Bon Jovi mashup, more on the books vs. TV, this is "Arya's" baby pic, and this is Maisie Williams’ American accent for her new movie.
President Obama jokingly addressed “Scandal’s” Tony Goldwyn as “Mr. President”
"He asked me why I didn’t look as stressed as he does,” Goldwyn recalls of their meeting at the White House Correspondents Dinner.
Anna Gunn hasn’t seen Bryan Cranston’s play, says Tony red carpet is “slightly” more glamorous than Emmy red carpet
The former “Breaking Bad” star has been too busy working on “Gracepoint” to see her former TV husband on stage.
Tatiana Maslany and her hair team helped come up with “Orphan Black” surprise
Says co-creator Graeme Manson: "We knew it's a challenge and that it can be a bit of a minefield, but we just wanted to approach it from the proper place and the process of discovering that character was very honest and collaborative with myself and John and Tat and her hair and makeup team and the writers."
“Orange is the New Black” star talks about how Season 2 ended
Says the actress: "That’s an open-ended question still. Isn’t that a scary proposition?” PLUS: 13 things learned from Season 2, Wendy Williams asks Laverne Cox “stupid trans questions," and where have you seen Lorraine Toussaint before?
Kelsey Grammer met a British woman with a “Frasier” tattoo
The 30-year-old woman put Grammer’s face on her arm.
Aaron Rodgers visits “The Newsroom” set to make out with Olivia Munn
Paparazzi have apparently confirmed that the Green Bay Packers QB is dating the HBO star.
“Breaking Bad’s” Spanish-language remake premiered Sunday: What happened?
You can catch “Metastasis” on Univision, but there are differences from the original series. PLUS: A non-Spanish speaker tries to understand what’s going on, and watch the new trailer for “Metastasis."
Starz’s “Power” debuts to 2 million over the entire weekend
However, only 462,000 tuned in for the initial airing on Saturday night.
Watch Judy Greer and Nat Faxon in their “Married” trailer
FX has released a “red band trailer” for the upcoming comedy.
Halle Berry ordered to pay $16,000 a month in child support
The court also ordered the “Extant” star to pay ex Gabriel Aubry $115,000 in retroactive support.
Butlers are in demand thanks to "Downton Abbey”
"Thirty-five years ago, there were only a few hundred butlers left in Britain; today there are roughly 10,000, plus thousands more abroad,” according to what GQ calls “Downton Abbey” syndrome.
Why “Veep” won’t change
As long as she has to deal with Jonah Ryan, the HBO series won’t be transformed by a plot twist. PLUS: What are the options for next season?, and watch some deleted scenes from the finale.
Hugh Jackman should’ve been charming on the Tonys, but he wasn’t
What was up with that bizarre jumping opening number? PLUS: The Tonys broadcast was lazy and dull and weird.
“The Sopranos” vs. “Game of Thrones”
Which HBO show would triumph in a death match?
“Pretty Little Liars” boss previews Season 5 on Reddit
"This season, characters on the show will learn A's identity and give a huge clue to the audience,” says Marlene King.
Does this New York Yankees draft pick look like Kenny Powers?
Here are six times Sean Carley resembled the “Eastbound & Down” character?
“Drop Dead Diva’s” Jackson Hurst weds
Hurst and his wife walked down the aisle to "Indiana Jones’" "Raiders March."
Why “Revenge” brought back Dave Clarke
"It's hard to introduce new characters who don't have a past history with Emily, but will make her invest as much in their character,” explained exec producer Aaron Harberts at “Revenge’s" ATX Television Festival panel.
Steven Bochco’s “Murder in the First” would’ve looked innovative 20 years ago
The TNT cop drama starring Taye Diggs, which follows a case over a season, doesn’t look so great following up on “True Detective” and “Fargo.” PLUS: It’s like comfort food, “Murder” mines a ripe period in San Francisco history, and it’s well paced and compelling.