One of the new Fall season’s most critically acclaimed shows arrives tonight. Fox’s “Lone Star” is a throwback to those nighttime soaps we all loved such as Dallas and Dynasty, but with a distinctly modern edge.
The show revolves around Bob (James Wolk), who is living two separate lives in two separate cities, with two separate women. And yes, as you can imagine, the potential for complications is as big as the state of Texas. When we talked to Wolk, he gave us some insight into his character.
It’s a big week for Wolk; not only does “Lone Star” premiere tonight, but he’s also got a co-starring role in “You Again” alongside Kristen Bell, Betty White And Sigourney Weaver. That movie opens nationwide on Friday.
Posted by: Ari Fischbach
House returns tomorrow night on FOX (8/7) for its seventh season. So much transpired with the characters in the season six finale back in May. The star of House, Hugh Laurie, caught us up with the events in the finale and told us where the seventh season will start off.
She’s an Oscar winner, an Emmy winner, and a Golden Globe winner, but is Cloris Leachman acting when she’s playing the delightfully loopy great-grandmother on the new Fox comedy “Raising Hope”? Watch this interview with Fox All Access host Chris Leary, and you tell us! Of course, you’ll also want to watch the show, which premieres next Tuesday. September 21, after “Glee” on Fox.
Though she was born and raised in Ohio, Adrianne Palicki might as well be an honorary Texan by now. After all, her time on the Texas-set series “Friday Night Lights” made her a star, and her new series, “Lone Star,” features her in the role of Cat, a Houston oilman’s daughter. She’s got looks, she’s got money, and she’s got a loving husband… who just happens to be a con man (and isn’t only loving her). It’s a delicate situation, to say the least, and in an exclusive interview with Fox All Access host Chris Leary, Palicki talks about how “Lone Star” somehow makes it all work. Watch for the series premiere Monday, September 20 following “House” on Fox.
It has been quite a year for Matthew Morrison and his Glee co-stars. The show is a hit all around the world and has garnered many Emmy nominations, including one for Morrison himself.
Morrison told Fox All Access.com that he is humbled by all the accolades the show has received, including his Emmy nomination.
Will Morrison and his fellow cast members who are nominated for Glee be big winners at the Emmy’s? Find out when the 62nd PrimeTime Emmy Awards airs this Sunday night on NBC!
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The So You Think Can You Can Dance finale airs tonight (8/7 on FOX ), and it has been a great season. Not only is it considered to be one of the best dance competition shows on television, it is one of the most accurately judged/critiqued competitions, as the shows judge’s, Adam Shankman, Mia Michaels, and Nigel Lythgoe, are all highly respected in the dancing community.
Twitch, who is a former contestant and current all-star dancer, told us that there are no better judges on reality TV than the current judges on So You Think You Can Dance.
This Friday, Julia Roberts stars in the much anticipated movie Eat Pray Love. Based on the best-selling book, the film is directed by Glee creator/producer Ryan Murphy. As Glee fans know, Murphy has solicited guest roles from many A-List celebrities (and been approached by quite a few, as well). With Roberts and co-star Javier Bardem (both Oscar winners) appearing in Murphy’s movie, the rumors that both will be guest starring in episodes of Glee would seem to carry some weight. So we asked Roberts if she would, in fact, be appearing on Fox’s hit comedy (Click on the audio player to hear Julia Roberts)