CBS announced its 2010-11 primetime schedule May 19 highlighted by five new series and the move of Monday comedy BIG BANG THEORY to Thursday.
Fox turns to Texas oil for big drama: LONE STAR brings double lives to Houston
The lead character, played by up-and-comer James Wolk, is a charismatic con artist who’s living two different lives with two very different women. As "Bob," he resides in Houston as husband of the beautiful Cat (Adrianne Palicki) and, perhaps more important, son-in-law of the powerful Clint (Jon Voight), the patriarch of an ultra-rich Texas oil family.
But our “hero” is known as “Robert” down the road in Midland, where he’s extremely close to the sweetly innocent Lindsay (Eloise Mumford). David Keith figures into the mix as Bob/Robert’s understandably worried father
GLEE continues to do well in Tuesday night ratings
GLEE (4.8/12 in 18-49, 11.6 million viewers overall) won the 9 o'clock hour last night in all key demo categories.
EASTENDERS star Marc Elliott gets 'abused in the street' over Muslim character's gay affair
"Since playing Syed I have really got it in the neck when I'm out. A lot of people are supportive but there is still a huge amount of negativity.
'I haven't been threatened but there's a lot of cat-calling in the street. It's an incredibly important part. In so many cultures being gay is still something swept under the carpet."
Tom Welling: SMALLVILLE's 10th season will be its last
Welling broke the news last night in an interview with HollywoodLife.com.
Kyle MacLachlan out at DESPERATE HOUSEWEIVES
He might return for one or two episodes next season to wrap up the Orson/Bree storyline.