Sarah Michelle Gellar (PacificCoastNews)Sarah Michelle Gellar is making another attempt at a TV comeback.The former Ringer star (remember Ringer and how batsh*t crazy it was?) has joined David E. Kelley's CBS comedy pilot, Crazy Ones, TVLine reports. The potential series is a father/daughter workplace comedy that stars Robin Williams as Gellar's dad and James Wolk as an office cutie who may turn out to be a love interest.What do you think? Can you picture Buffy as a sitcom star? Are you still...Read Full Story
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Political Animals, we barely knew ye. After a mere six episodes, the USA Network's limited-run series ended its first season with a bang on Sunday night. Or rather, a game-changing crash. But let's start at the beginning. The episode, entitled "Resignation Day," opens with Elaine Barrish drafting — what else? — her resignation letter to President Garcetti (a handwritten resignation letter, naturally, because Elaine's a lady). That letter becomes a...Read Full Story
'Political Animals' (USA)
It seems like Political Animals just started, but this Sunday marks the season finale of the mini-series' dishy first season. And in honor of the occasion, we've got a fabulous Political Animals prize pack for you to take home!To win your very own Political Animals swag (which pretty much makes you an honorary member of the Hammond family), just comment here or Tweet us (@Zimbio) your favorite character from the show and why you love them so much. Is it...Read Full Story
The cast of 'Political Animals' (USA)If you missed the Sunday night premiere of USA's new D.C. drama, Political Animals, you're in luck because the entire premiere episode has now been posted online.The miniseries, which will feature six episodes, stars Sigourney Weaver as Elaine Barrish Hammond, a former First Lady who becomes the Secretary of State. Ciaran Hinds plays the philandering ex-Commander in Chief, and James Wolk and Sebastian Stan play her very different sons. Ellen Burstyn and...Read Full Story
James Wolk (Getty Images) A year and a half ago, James Wolk was being touted by critics as the Next Big Thing. He had a buzzed about Fox series called Lone Star with Jon Voight and Friday Night Lights' Adrianne Palicki that was getting rave reviews, and it looked like his career was about to rocket into the stratosphere. And then Lone Star got cancelled after just two episodes.But the Michigan native didn't cry into his pillow or spend all day wallowing on the couch in his pajamas (not...Read Full Story
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