The “Lost” veteran talks with SPINOFF about adapting the James Patterson novel for television, and his upcoming work on “The Dark Tower” and expanded “Transformers” franchise.
Under the two-year agreement, he’ll develop new projects and continue as an executive producer of CBS’s “Limitless” and The CW’s “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.”
The former ‘Fringe’ star will be a season regular in the upcoming fourth season of the show.
The trailer introduces status quo-altering twists for the sci-fi drama, based on the novel by Stephen King.
Bradley Cooper meets Jake McDorman in the first trailer for CBS’ “Limitless” series, based on the 2011 film of the same name.
The three-time Oscar nominee will reprise his film role on the television sequel to 2011’s “Limitless.”
CBS has reduced the episode order for the crime drama, which not that long ago was viewed as a breakout series.
In addition to the previously announced “Supergirl,” the network also ordered a “Criminal Minds” spinoff, the medical drama “Code Black” and a pair of comedies.
Look back with us to an uglier time, when TV executives feared “Cagney and Lacey” seemed like it was about two lesbians.
The “Lost” alum has left the CBS medical pilot due to “creative differences.” Her role will be recast.
The “Lost” alum joins Marcia Gay Harden and Melanie Kannakoda in the medical drama based on the 2014 documentary of the same name.
The 24-year-old actor joins the retooled CBS pilot as contracts expire for the cast of ABC’s The Middle.