Peck, the grandson of Hollywood icon Gregory Peck and a former star of ABC Family sitcom 10 Things I Hate About You, has been tapped to play the half-human, half-Vulcan science officer of the USS Enterprise on Season 2 of the CBS All Access series. Creator and showrunner Alex Kurtzman said of the casting: "Through 52 years of television and film, a parallel universe and a mirror universe, Mr. Spock remains the only member of the original bridge crew to span every era of Star Trek. The great Leonard Nimoy, then the brilliant Zachary Quinto, brought incomparable humanity to a character forever torn between logic and emotion. We searched for months for an actor who would, like them, bring his own interpretation to the role. An actor who would, like them, effortlessly embody Spock’s greatest qualities, beyond obvious logic: empathy, intuition, compassion, confusion and yearning. Ethan Peck walked into the room inhabiting all of these qualities, aware of his daunting responsibility to Leonard, Zack and the fans, and ready to confront the challenge in the service of protecting and expanding on Spock’s legacy. In that spirit, we’re thrilled to welcome him to the family." ALSO: Peck once played a younger version of Ashton Kutcher's That '70s Show character.
The Stephen King-based drama was originally billed as a limited series. In its renewal announcement, Hulu didn't reveal any plot details or which further King stories will be used.
The CW actress was taken into custody earlier this month and booked for felony domestic violence after she allegedly attacked her boyfriend.
Ten Steps to Nanette is due to be released in Australia next year, with plans for an American release. According to the publisher, the memoir follows “the funny and sometimes dark events of the Australian comedian’s life leading up to her realization that she had to quit comedy as she knew it.”
The first teaser for the Mad Men creator's upcoming Amazon series showed a bunch of big names. The new trailer matches those big names with faces, including Aaron Eckhart, Diane Lane, Noah Wyle, Isabelle Huppert, Kathryn Hahn, Ron Livingston and Mad Men vets Christina Hendricks and John Slattery.
“I took a leave because I didn’t want bad press coming to my public place of work,” says Dottavio, who works at Universal Studios' Water World show. “I am still employed and as far as I know there are no allegations against me. I have never been accused of any sort of sexual harassment at work or anywhere else.”
Zimmern has appeared as a guest many times on the Food Network, but he's never had his own show until now. On Big Food Truck Tip, premiering Sept. 19, he'll travel the country and visit one hard-working food truck operator in each episide to give them a $10,000 "tip" to grow their business.
TLC's renewal of dermatologist Dr. Sandra Lee's pimple-popping reality show comes in advance of her late-night debut tonight on Jimmy Kimmel Live! “We are delighted our viewers have embraced Dr. Pimple Popper, making it a hit for TLC this summer," TLC said in a statement. "We look forward to giving viewers more of the fantastic Dr. Sandra Lee and showcasing how she tackles challenging conditions and, most importantly, improves her patients’ lives in the upcoming season."
“I was terrified,” Peele tells Variety. “Why would I ever jump into the most established, pristine shoes in all of the genre? I could rip Twilight Zone off and call it something different and not be compared to Rod Serling. So I stepped away from it. And then several months later I got another call" from CBS Television Studios. According to Variety, "Peele has resisted — but not ruled out — stepping into Serling’s on-camera presenter role for the revival. The new series will have someone in that job, speaking directly into camera, teeing up each episode. But Peele worries that his face is too associated with comedy, that his presence would undermine the serious work he’s putting in to do right by Serling’s legacy."
The Late Show host was "frustrated" with the challenge of making his writing staff diverse, until he realized the process of finding diverse writers was flawed. As he recounted to The New York Times, “It wasn’t until we said, no please, don’t send us anyone but women. Because we would say, you know it’s very important, we want writers of color, we want women, and you would get 150 packets and there would be eight women. And we’re like, ‘God, that’s so frustrating.’ Until I said no, only women, and then I got 87 women.” He added: "We realized we had to take an extraordinary step to get an extraordinary room. And now it’s half, you know, white guys and half either women or writers of color.”
The Bravo honcho was reacting to Real Housewives of Dallas star D'Andra Simmons' suggestion that Omarosa would be perfect for the Bravo reality franchise.
The coming-of-age comedy on a family's experience with autism drops its second season on Sept. 7. Netflix has released several second season images with its announcement
Jimmy Kimmel talked with The Situation Room host, who is currently on vacation, about his experiences canceling vacations because of important breaking news stories.
The 1990s boy band will perform live in front of Radio City Music Hall on Aug. 20 at 8 p.m.
She'll take on the role of Kirby Anders, the troublesome daughter of Alan Dale's estate manager Joseph Anders.