Law & Order: SVU star and former Pine Valley resident Kelli Giddish (ex-Di Henry, All My Children) and SVU co-star Danny Pino were among the NBC stars who turned out to promote their shows at the Peacock Network’s 2013 Upfront Presentation on May 13. Blair Underwood (ex-Bobby Blue, One Life to Live) and former daytime talk show host Nate Berkus also have new shows, Ironside and American Dream Builders respectively, premiering on NBC during the 2013-2014 season. Check out more photos of your favorite returning and new NBC stars from NBC’s 2013 Upfront Presentation after the jump!
If you live in New York City or Philadelphia, you now have another way to watch your favorite ABC shows. Disney and ABC Television announced they are launching "Watch ABC", an authenticated, live streaming service for WABC and WPVI viewers, beginning today. READ MORE
Expect for ABC to change things up a bit next season, when it comes to scheduling its primetime soaps. According to Deadline, ABC has decided to air “a selected group” of shows in two continuous runs, in the fall and spring.
Some of the networks’ biggest and most buzzed about shows are included in the special group. Scandal, Grey’s Anatomy, Once Upon a Time and possibly Revenge are mentioned in the article. In-between their fall and spring runs, the show’s time slots will be filled by “bridge series.”
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Lucrezia (Holliday Grainger) was heartbroken she had to leave Giovanni with her parents to join her husband in Naples. The king still refused to accept her child at court. She openly slighted the king over this during her "Welcome Home" feast, but he remained steadfast.
Micheletto (Sean Harris) had accompanied Lucrezia, and was appalled the mother was separated from her child. Lucrezia planned on killing the king with poison, after meeting a witchdoctor in the woods, who pointed out a deadly mushroom that grew nearby. Micheletto realized her plans, and convinced Lucrezia to let him handle it. READ MORE
Cyrus (Jeff Perry) spent most of this week’s Scandal dodging reporters’ questions about the president’s affair. Meanwhile, Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) was reluctant to make any statement at first, just wanting to stay in bed with Olivia (Kerry Washington). How awkward was it having Cyrus stutter at the simple question, “Where is the President?”
Cyrus finally got Fitz back into the Oval, only to be informed POTUS had decided to give a speech that night, telling the American people he would not seek re-election. Cyrus looked like he was going to puke.
Desperate, he told Fitz to make up with Mellie (Bellamy Young), and he’d help Fitz carry on his affair with Liv. Fitz stayed firm. He doesn't want an affair; he wanted to openly be with the woman he loves. READ MORE