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Scott Bakula Mourns ‘Quantum Leap’ Co-Star Dean Stockwell: “I Loved Him Dearly”

Scott Bakula paid tribute to his close friend and Quantum Leap co-star, Dean Stockwell, on Tuesday. The Oscar-nominated Stockwell died Sunday. He was 85. Having worked together for five…

Scott Bakula Says “Significant Conversations” Occurring About ‘Quantum Leap’ Reboot

Quantum Leap fans may be in for another jump as Scott Bakula said talks are underway for a possible reboot of the iconic sci-fi TV series. A guest Monday on Bob Saget’s podcast, Bakula did not…

‘Summertime’ (‘L’Estate addosso’): Venice Review

Director Gabriele Muccino retouches his Italian roots with this road movie that takes two mismatched Roman teens to San Francisco, New York and Cuba.

‘NCIS: New Orleans’ EP on Pride Becoming “Targeted Man,” Series’ New Romances in Season 2

Jeffrey Lieber tells THR why a stolen missile will alter Pride's path throughout the CBS procedural's second season.

‘Elsa & Fred’: Film Review

Michael Radford adapts a 2005 Spanish-Argentinian film about senior citizens who begin dating, with Shirley MacLaine and Christopher Plummer in the title roles

Emmys: Ricky Gervais, Katherine Heigl and Mindy Kaling Among Final Presenters

Winners Uzo Aduba of 'Orange Is the New Black' and Joe Morton of 'Scandal' also taking the stage

Shaw Media Acquires ‘State of Affairs,’ ‘NCIS: New Orleans’

The Canadian broadcaster also came away from the L.A. Screenings with "Stalker," "Gracepoint" and the Tea Leoni-starrer "Madame Secretary."

‘Looking’ Recap: Working (and Wearing Leather) on the Weekend

Does Agustin want to become a sex worker? Patrick owns a pair of assless chaps? Anything goes when San Francisco's Folsom Street Fair is in the mix.

‘NCIS’ New Orleans Spinoff: Scott Bakula Nabs Lead Role

The two-part planted spinoff episode will air in the spring and hails from showrunner Gary Glasberg and star Mark Harmon.

Hollywood Turns Out to Celebrate Disney Hall’s 10th Anniversary

Sherry Lansing and her husband, film and opera director William Friedkin, Norman Lear, Julie Andrews, Ron Meyer and Albert Brooks were among those attending.

Russell Tovey Joins Gay-Themed HBO Dramedy ‘Looking’ (Exclusive)

This marks the first major U.S. role for the actor, who broke out playing the werewolf on BBC's "Being Human."