The Stackhouse Filibuster, or, why you don’t piss off grandfathers.
How bringing Sam back at the end of S7 was a maddening cliffhanger.
Abbey would be impressed: Nellie Bly got a Google doodle and original song for her 151st birthday.
Rob Lowe’s new comedy, The Grinder, has been picked up by Fox for the fall.
Anna Devere Smith (Nancy McNally) will debut parts of her Pipeline Project in Philadelphia this week.
Kristin Chenoweth (Annabeth Schott) will host the 2015 Tony Awards.
Matthew Perry (Joe Quincy) hates photo shoots.
Evan Handler (Doug) will star in the new short-form drama The Analyst.
Gary Cole (Robert Russell) has joined the cast of PBS’s Mercy Street.
Oliver Platt’s (Oliver Babish) new drama, Chicago Med, has been picked up by NBC.
Elisabeth Moss (Zoey) received a Tony nomination for her work in The Heidi Chronicles.
Suzy Nakamura (Carol) will be part of the new ABC comedy Dr. Ken.
Adam Arkin (Dr. Stanley Keyworth) will be in S2 of FX’s Fargo.
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