Former As the World Turns star Peyton List (ex-Lucy Montgomery) has signed on to The CW pilot The Tomorrow People, according to Deadline. Reportedly, List will portray Cara, a female member of “Tomorrow People.”
Tomorrow People is in the vein of X-Men and Heroes and revolves around several young people from around the world who represent the next stage in human evolution, possessing special powers, including the ability to teleport and communicate with each other telepathically. Together they work to defeat the forces of evil.
Since exiting ATWT, List has appeared on such shows as Smallville, Mad Men, Flash Forward and 90210.
Grey’s Anatomy fans can breathe a big sigh of relief. (SPOILER ALERT) Even though Seattle Grace’s core group of doctors resigned at the end of Thursday’s episode, there won’t be any cast departures from ABC’s primetime medical soap.
The Hollywood Reporter caught up with showrunner Shonda Rhimes who assured viewers their favorite actors won’t be headed for the door.
"We're not going to see any cast departures," Grey's Anatomy showrunner Shonda Rhimes told The Hollywood Reporter of the story line Thursday featured Meredith, Derek, Cristina, Callie and Arizona all tendering their resignation from the hospital
Can you believe DeVanity has already aired its second to last episode of its third season? Where has this incredible web sudser's all-too-short season gone? Maybe up Bianca’s (Katie Caprio) nose? Someone get DeVanity a 22-episode fourth season order already!
Featuring Days of Our Lives’ always fantastic Arianne Zucker as Julia Regis and Dallas icon Charlene Tilton as Francesca DeVanity, “Baby Bumps” was another must see episode of intrigue, cat fights and unexpected twists.
What will we do when soaps’ best fashion drama ends its run next week? It’s almost too much to contemplate. Watch “Baby Bumps” after the jump! READ MORE
On today’s Pop Confidential podcast Jamey Giddens, Luke Kerr and Regan Cellura dish the latest pop culture, movie, music, TV headlines and storylines, including:
Donald Trump and Bill Maher face off, again, over birth certificates. Los Angeles' D.A. wants to revoke Chris Brown’s probation.
Beyonce rocks the Super Bowl halftime show and reunites with bandmates Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams of Destiny’s Child.
30 Rock ends its run on NBC, as The Office prepares to say goodbye too. Smash returns for its second season after cleaning house. The Earl of Grantham and Countess of Grantham’s marriage continues to crumble beneath the death of their daughter Lady Sybil on Downton Abbey.
With Larry Hagman’s death causing Dallas to write off J.R., does TNT’s drama need to bring Victoria Principal back as Pamela Barnes Ewing? Spencer finds out Toby is an A on Pretty Little Liars. Jamey is still in love with NBC’s Deception. Which “on the bubble” shows could be cancelled soon? Secrets shake Scandal on ABC. Regan isn’t happy with Grey’s Anatomy, but Luke and Jamey are loving it.
Tim McGraw releases a new album and Warm Bodies tops the Box Office.
All this and much more on today’s Pop Confidential podcast!
Former All My Children star Justin Bruening made his Grey’s Anatomy debut last week. Pine Valley's most recent Jamie Martin recurs as Matthew, a new love interest for April Kepner (Sarah Drew).
The Hollywood Reporter caught up with Drew and Grey's creator Shonda Rhimes, who talked about the men in April’s life.
According to Drew, April appreciates Matthew’s interest in her.
"She's pleasantly surprised to have somebody take an interest in her," Drew told The Hollywood Reporter during a recent visit to the Hollywood set. "I'm not sure that she's looking for anything serious right now. It catches her a little off-guard."
If you’ve missed seeing Jason Tam on your TV since One Life to Live went off the air, you can how see him in NBC’s new Jekyll and Hyde styled medical series Do No Harm. In the pilot, Tam plays Brandon, one of the new doctors under the supervision Dr. Jason Cole.
Rescue Me alum Steven Pasquale brilliantly portrays Jason Cole and his evil nighttime alter, Ian. After years of being suppressed by drugs Jason has been administering to himself before 8:25 p.m., Ian becomes immune and tries to destroy Jason's life. Pasquale stars opposite Phylicia Rashad, Michael Esper and Alana De La Garza. Do No Harm premieres January 31, but you can watch it already on NBC.com or HuluPlus.
Check out previews for Do No Harm after the jump! READ MORE