Powered by i.TV
October 8, 2015

John Goodman Joins 'The Station' & More TV News

by Andrew Scott, posted Jul 17th 2009 11:15AM
John GoodmanJohn Goodman will join 'The Hangover''s Justin Bartha in the new Fox comedy 'The Station.' He'll play a CIA veteran who helps coordinate a mission in Central America.

Also in the news today: Meredith Viera will sit down with 'Britain's Got Talent' runner-up Susan Boyle, while Tori Spelling books a guest spot on the fourth hour of 'Today.'

See more of today's top TV headlines after the jump.John GoodmanJohn Goodman will join 'The Hangover''s Justin Bartha in the upcoming Fox comedy 'The Station.' Goodman will play a CIA veteran in the new series about a group of CIA officials who try to orchestrate a new dictator in Central America. [Hollywood Reporter]

Tori SpellingNext week, Tori Spelling will guest-host the fourth hour of 'Today' with Kathie Lee Gifford. Spelling has been booked July 20-22 while regular co-host Hoda Kotb has the week off. Someone who may not be tuning in: Candi Spelling. [EW.com]

Susan Boyle'Britain's Got Talent' runner up Susan Boyle will be featured in an exclusive interview with Meredith Vieira. The interview will air next Wed., July 22, on 'Today,' with an extension scheduled to air during 'America's Got Talent' later that evening. A preview of the interview can be found on the 'Today' show website. [EW.com]

Late Show With Conan O'BrienThough still popular with younger audiences, the 'Tonight Show With Conan O'Brien' continues to take a tumble in the ratings. Last week, the show drew in a record-low audience with 2.8 million viewers, finishing third to the 'Late Show With David Letterman' and 'Nightline.' Perhaps it's time for Conan to throw out a few Palin jokes. [NY Times]

Sarah CarterFormer 'Shark' co-star Sarah Carter has landed a new gig on 'CSI: NY.' Carter will play a forensics-school graduate now working as a crime-scene clean-up technician, who also carries a big secret. Don't expect it to stay secret for long. [Hollywood Reporter]

LeverageThe season 2 premiere of 'Leverage,' starring Oscar winner Timothy Hutton, netted 3.9 million viewers, down 22 percent from last season. On the bright side: the new Dylan McDermott vehicle 'Dark Blue' held 91 percent of 'Leverage''s lead-in audience to finish with a respectable 3.5 million. [Live Feed]


NBC has picked 'Persons Unknown,' a new drama series starring Jason Wiles and Daisy Betts. The network will air 13 episodes of the series about strangers who unknowingly wake up in a deserted town to discover they are being tracked by security cameras. How very 'Big Brother' of them. [Hollywood Reporter]

Add a Comment

*0 / 3000 Character Maximum

Follow Us

From Our Partners