Jason O’Mara is heading to “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” and a slew of stars will appear on IFC’s “Documentary Now!” Also in today’s news roundup, Starz’s “Ash vs. Evil Dead” gets a Season 2 premiere…
Jason O’Mara has been cast in A&E’s L.A. riots pilot “The Infamous,” Variety has learned. He will co-star with “Fargo’s” Bokeem Woodbine. Set in the era leading up to the L.A. riots, “The Infamous”…
USA has cancelled freshman drama “Complications,” Variety has learned. The cabler will not be renewing the Matt Nix-created series for another season. “Complications,” which premiered this past June…
Taking a dark detour from the blue-sky environs of "Burn Notice," USA and showrunner Matt Nix reunite on "Complications," a dreary drama about a suburban ER doctor who, Hitchcock style, is drawn into…
USA Network’s “Complications” has commenced production in Atlanta, Ga., adding four recurring players alongside series regulars Jason O’Mara, Jessica Szohr, Beth Riesgraf and Lauren Stamile, Variety…
CBS is promoting “Golden Boy,” skedding the new cop drama to run regularly on Tuesdays, replacing “Vegas.” “Golden Boy,” originally set to air Fridays at 9 p.m. starting this week, hasn’t been a…
CBS has greenlit full seasons of frosh dramas "Vegas" and "Elementary."
Given its enviable stability, CBS allows itself roughly one bet each season that dares to stray, ever so slightly, beyond its (and its audience's) comfort zone. Enter "Vegas," a powerfully cast drama…
Banking on its bench strength, CBS is again going light on new series, giving greenlights Sunday to two comedies and four dramas for the 2012-13 season.
Tedious and tonally inept, this Katherine Heigl starrer looks to be a nonstarter at the B.O.
There won't be "Life on Mars" much longer.
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