TNT has canceled its private eye drama “King and Maxwell” after one season. Series from CBS Television Studios was exec produced by “NCIS” maven Shane Brennan. It starred Rebecca Romjin and Jon…
"King & Maxwell" opens with its two private eyes chasing down a bad guy in a beaver suit, suggesting either someone is a big Oregon St. fan, or that this is going to be another pretty hackneyed…
TNT has changed the start dates of four of its summer shows, with the cabler now rolling out all six of its scripted series over a 17-day stretch during the month of June. The Tuesday combo of…
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TNT is adding a new procedural to the mix, greenlighting the formerly titled "King and Maxwell" pilot to series.
"Good People" is good stuff, a keenly observed rumination on how far decency can get you and how much depends on sheer luck as you try to grab a piece of the American Dream.
Jon Tenney has been cast opposite Ryan Reynolds to play his father in Warner Bros.' "Green Lantern," currently shooting with Donald De Line producing and Martin Campbell directing.
Kristin is cute as a button, but "Kristin" is a dud all around. NBC's fish-out-of-water laffer showcases Tony winner Kristin Chenoweth's perky charisma to a point, but it's way over the top and…
Jon Tenney will head to Broadway to co-star with Holly Hunter in the Roundabout Theatre production of Beth Henley's new play "Impossible Marriage."
Winner of the screenplay award at the L.A. Indie fest, "Lovelife" is a quirky, biting romantic comedy with strong specialized appeal. Though undeniably soft-centered, a winning cast and often…