Jenna Dewan-Tatum Set as Lucy Lane in CBS' 'Supergirl'
The 'Witches of East End' alum will recur on the freshman drama starring Melissa Benoist.
'Game of Thrones': Max von Sydow Cast as Three-Eyed Raven
The veteran actor will play the mysterious and powerful character.
Dante Di Loreto Joins Chernin Entertainment
He first worked with the Ryan Murphy Television on 2008's FX pilot 'Pretty/Handsome,' and will now serve as president of television at Chernin Entertainment.
Carla Gugino Replaces Christina Hendricks in Showtime's Cameron Crowe Pilot
The 'Mad Men' star exited comedy 'Roadies' after her role was reconceived.
FX Nabs 'Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation,' 'Trainwreck' TV Rights
The cabler has also aquired the rights to recent feature films 'Paper Towns,' 'Spy' and 'Pixels.'
CW's 'Legends of Tomorrow' Casts Hawkman
'Reckless' alum Falk Hentschel will play Carter Hall in 'Arrow' and 'The Flash' before moving on to the midseason DC Comics series.
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- Amy Schumer to Jon Stewart on 'Trainwreck' Shooting: "It Broke My Heart"
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- TCA Journal No. 4: Welcome, Broadcast Networks! Now Show Us You're Alive
- 'Mad Men' Prop Auction: 8 Cool Items Attracting Bids (or Not)
- 'The Flash': 1990 CBS Series Now Streaming on CW Seed
Amy Schumer to Jon Stewart on 'Trainwreck' Shooting: "It Broke My Heart"
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'Job or No Job': TV Review
Twenty-somethings interview for their dream job in this new reality series from the executive producer of 'Undercover Boss.'
'Significant Mother': TV Review
A disposable CW summer series does its best to milk laughs from a stale mother-loving premise.
'Descendants': TV Review
The children of Disney villains are the heroes in the newest offering from director and choreographer Kenny Ortega.
‘Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp’: TV Review
Netflix’s very funny "Wet Hot American Summer" revival revisits the denizens of Camp Firewood fourteen years later and two months earlier.
‘Difficult People’: TV Review
A little bitterness goes a long way in Hulu’s new series about two catty Manhattan comics.