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‘Queen Sugar,‘ ’Ted Lasso‘ Alums Join Chuck Lorre’s HBO Max Comedy

HBO Max is adding to the cast of Chuck Lorre’s comedy How to Be a Bookie. Omar J. Dorsey, Andrea Anders, Vanessa Ferlito and Jorge Garcia have boarded the single-camera series as regulars, joining lead actor and executive producer Sebastian Maniscalco. The series, Lorre’s first for HBO Max, follows Danny (Maniscalco), a veteran Los Angeles […]

‘The Ridiculous 6’: TV Review

Adam Sandler hangs out with his pals for two hours in Netflix's unfunny comic Western.

Camilla Luddington, Jonathan Pryce Board Rom-Com ‘The Healer’

The 'Tomb Raider' and 'Wolf Hall' stars join Jorge Garcia and Kaitlyn Bernard in Paco Arango's follow-up to 'Maktub.'

Jorge Garcia Joins Adam Sandler’s Netflix Comedy ‘Ridiculous Six’

The Western spoof's cast includes Sandler, Rob Schneider and Taylor Lautner.

‘Lost’ Showrunners on Killing Off Characters, the Polarizing Finale and More Unanswered Questions

Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse reunited with several of their former stars at PaleyFest, where they also weighed in on the universally despised Nikki and Paolo and just who was on that mysterious outrigger in the middle of the ocean.

Jorge Garcia Returning to CBS’ ‘Hawaii Five-O’ as Series Regular (Exclusive)

After guest starring in two episodes, he'll be a full-time cast member in the newly announced fifth season of the drama.

‘Lost’s’ Jorge Garcia on the Case for CBS’ ‘The Ordained’

He joins the drama starring "Boardwalk Empire's" Charlie Cox.

‘Once Upon a Time’: Jorge Garcia Teases the Giant’s ‘Threat,’ Possible Storybrooke Entrance

"Let's just say, he don't take too kindly to intruders," the former "Lost" alum told THR of Emma, Captain Hook and Snow's journey up the beanstalk.

‘Once Upon a Time’ Lands ‘Lost’ Star Jorge Garcia as the Giant

He will appear in one episode on the ABC fairy tale drama's second season.

Alcatraz: TV Review

The J.J. Abrams-produced Fox drama revolves around the concept that when the infamous prison closed, all the remaining prisoners mysteriously vanished. And now they're back.

Comic-Con 2011: ‘Alcatraz’ Will ‘Embrace’ Its Similarity to ‘Lost,’ Says Executive Producer

The people behind show "make the television that I like to watch," actor Jorge Garcia shared at Saturday night's panel.

Comic-Con 2011: ‘Alcatraz’s’ Jorge Garcia (Q&A)

The “Lost" alum discusses meeting "The Simpsons" mastermind Matt Groening, what to expect on Fox’s midseason drama and why "dude" montages are perfectly acceptable.