The final episodes of “666 Park Avenue” will air next month. The drama was canceled during its first season last November and stopped airing in December. ABC has decided to air the final four episodes of the show in June.
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ABC has unveiled the first full trailer for the highly anticipated comic book drama “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” Joss Whedon is teaming up once again with Clark Gregg, who will be reprising his “Avengers” role of Agent Phil Coulson in the series.
ABC has revealed their 2013-14 primetime schedule. Most notable among the new lineup is the appearance of “Once Upon a Time” spinoff, “Wonderland,” was has been given the 8pm time slot on Thursdays.
She plays a country diva on ABC’s new hit drama “Nashville,” but Hayden Panettiere’s real-life country neighbor is nothing of the sort. Well, depending on how you feel about having a giant bird cage in your condo.
The stars of “Modern Family” have begun their salary negotiations with ABC. Will they follow in the “Friends” cast’s footsteps, who earned $1 million per episode during their final season?
Not quite, according to an ABC insider, who says that the actors have banded together — that includes Sofia Vergara, Ed O’Neill, Julie Bowen, Ty Burrell, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet — to ask for around $200,000 per episode. This would more than double most of the actors’ per-episode earnings — only O’Neill is currently paid in the six-figure range.
“They realize there’s strength in numbers and it’s the best way to go about it,” the source told E! Online. The insider also said that any salary increases would come from ABC rather than 20th Century Fox.
Do you think the “Modern Family” castmembers will get the raise they’re looking for?
Move over, “American Idol,” “Q’Viva” and “The Voice”: ABC has just picked up “Duets,” a music-competition series that will feature Kelly Clarkson, Robin Thicke, Jennifer Nettles and Lionel Richie as celebrity mentors and duet partners.
“Duets” will begin airing this summer. Its concept is relatively simple: the celebrity mentors will each select two undiscovered vocalists to take under their wing and perform with every week. The winner of the show will sign with Hollywood Records.
“The simple fact that I get to go out and find two people that I believe in, sing with them every week, and help them accomplish their dream is an amazing thing that I can’t wait to be a part of,” said Clarkson.
Richie echoed Clarkson’s excitement, adding that he plans to take a different tack with his mentorship. “My goal will be to focus on developing true artistry and giving them the tools necessary to be creative artists instead of created artists,” he said.
Do you think the crowded niche of celebrity music competitions has room for one more hit show?