Spoiler Alert: Tonight, the CW’s hit musical comedy 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' is all new. Recently, it was announced that The CW has renewed the show for another season. Check the report below for a look at tonight’s all new show and all the show’s that got an early renewal.
Laura Benanti recently left TV ('Supergirl,' 'Nashville') behind to make her return to Broadway in the revival of She Loves Me. Now Benanti is opening up about the differences between TV and Broadway as well as her plans to blend the two.
Tony Award winner B.D. Wong (M. Butterfly, You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown, Law & Order: SVU, OZ) is returning to television next week in Fox’s hit Batman prequel Gotham. Wong will be portraying the classic Batman villain, Dr Hugo Strange, as part of the 'Wrath of the Villain's' storyline. In the comics, Hugo Strange is a mad scientist obsessed with Batman, who even takes to dressing as the caped crusader in an almost fetish type manner.
In recent years, NBC has brought live TV back with special events like 'The Sound of Music Live,' 'Peter Pan Live,' 'The Wiz Live' and regular series like 'Undateable' (Season 3) and Neil Patrick Harris’ 'Best Time Ever.' Now, NBC boss Robert Greenblatt is opening up about why Neil Patrick Harris’ variety show was unfortunately canceled and the future of live TV.
It seems like something must be in the air over there at ABC's 'Dancing with the Stars.' Word has it that hot on the tail of Witney Carson's getting married at New Year's, cast favorite Mark Ballas has announced that he and his longtime girlfriend, BC Jean, have also gotten engaged. Although, Kym Johnson and 'Shark Tank' star, Robert Herjavec, haven't mentioned anything about getting married in 2016, the reality TV star insists she and her billionaire boyfriend are still going strong.
Tim Curry is going home, back to the place that made him a cult icon. The former Frank N Furter actor who originated the role in London, on Broadway and in the film, is returning to the 'Rocky Horror Show; as The Narrator in Fox’s upcoming live production. 'Orange is the New Black' star, and real life transgender actress Laverne Cox will be stepping into Frank’s famous high heels.
It looks like original 'Glee' star Matthew Morrison is leaving Broadway to return to TV once again. According to the latest gossip news updates, the' Finding Neverland' lead will be leaving the production, shortly after Kelsey Grammer returns, to head off to join 'The Good Wife.' Although the loss of Morrison's name from the production could be viewed as a setback, 'On the Town' Tony Award nominee Tony Yazbeck should have no problem handling his own when he takes over for Morrison January 26.