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Arnold Schwarzenegger To Star In 'The Governator' Cartoon, Charlie Sheen Sued Again and More TV News

by Jean Bentley, posted Mar 31st 2011 6:00PM
Arnold Schwarzenegger, The Governator, EWAhhhnold is back -- on-screen, that is.

Arnold Schwarzenegger is following up his stint as governor of California by returning to his showbiz roots. According to Entertainment Weekly, the former Governator is being turned into a cartoon superhero called -- what else? -- The Governator.

Comic legend Stan Lee is co-developing the comic book and corresponding cartoon TV show. "The Governator is going to be a great superhero, but he'll also be Arnold Schwarzenegger," Lee told EW. "We're using all the personal elements of Arnold's life ... Only after he leaves the governor's office, Arnold decides to become a crime fighter and builds a secret high-tech crime-fighting center under his house in Brentwood."

In other TV news ...

'Charmed' creator Constance M. Burge is suing over profits she says she's owed from the hit show. Burge says she's been cheated out of money due to what The Hollywood Reporter calls "faulty accounting." [THR]

Parker Posey will guest star on the new season of 'The Big C,' Showtime announced. The actress will play an older woman in a relationship with Cathy's son. She'll stick around for four episodes. [Showtime]

Charlie Sheen has been sued again -- but this time it has nothing to do with 'Two and a Half Men.' The troubled star and his family allegedly put the kibosh on a reality series starring uncle Joe Estevez, who's now suing them for interfering with the project. [THR]

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HBO Cancels 'In Treatment' Sessions

by Harley W. Lond, posted Mar 31st 2011 1:00AM

Dr. Paul Weston is closing his practice: HBO has pulled the plug on 'In Treatment,' the Gabriel Byrne drama that followed the therapy sessions of a psychologist and his clients. The show lasted three seasons.

Though the series was a critical success -- Byrne won a Golden Globe in 2009 and Glynn Turman and Dianne Wiest won Emmys for their performances in the first season -- it never performed well in the ratings, drawing only 259,000 viewers for its season 3 premiere, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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'Talking TV' Podcast: 'Sons of Anarchy,' the British Invasion, 'In Treatment,' 'FNL' and more

by Maureen Ryan, posted Oct 28th 2010 10:45AM
Hey podcast pals, we've only got one installment of 'Talking TV with Ryan and Ryan' for you this week, but it's a supersized edition.

In this week's podcast, Ryan McGee and I talk about a number of programs, and to make it easier to find the sections that interest you, below you can find (rough) indications of where those parts of the conversation begin and end.

The Oct. 27 Ryan & Ryan podcast lineup:

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'In Treatment' Season 3 Review: The Therapist Will See You Now

by Maureen Ryan, posted Oct 25th 2010 5:00PM
Those of you with HBO may not be aware of the full array of benefits that you get when you subscribe to the pay channel.

For instance, you get therapy several times a week, in easily digested half-hour chunks.

'In Treatment' (9PM ET, HBO) is back, and it's as addictive as ever, especially now that Gabriel Byrne, who plays empathic shrink Paul Weston, has terrific actresses like Debra Winger and Amy Ryan to spar with.

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The Show Girl Gets 'Dirty' with Mike Rowe, Talks 'In Treatment' & 'School Pride' (VIDEO)

by Maggie Furlong, posted Oct 22nd 2010 10:00AM
Mike Rowe, 'Dirty Jobs'Mike Rowe does a lot of 'Dirty Jobs,' but this week I get him to do the one job that millions of people around the world do every single day, often multiple times a day. Any guesses? He also shares cold, hard cell phone picture evidence (shown here) that a lemur bite is serious business, and says he'd love to romance the main character on one of TV's funniest shows.

I've also got details on the latest season of 'In Treatment,' including new castmembers Debra Winger and Amy Ryan and what the airing schedule is like this year, since they love to change it up and confuse us all.

Then I catch up with Cheryl Hines and Denise Cramsey to talk about their new reality-renovation show 'School Pride,' which they say has "the biggest impact of any renovation show ever" ... and judging by the emotion it stirs in me, I might have to agree.

Got questions? E-mail me TV questions at TheTVShowGirl@aol.com and I'll try to get you answers on the show. -- By Maggie Furlong

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Gabriel Byrne on Being Mistaken as a Real Therapist on 'The View' (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Oct 15th 2010 3:00PM
There's no denying Gabriel Byrne of 'In Treatment' is a fantastic actor. In fact, maybe he's too good. On 'The View' (weekdays, syndicated), Byrne said that, because of his character Dr. Paul Weston, fans sometimes assume he's a real therapist and was even once mistaken as Dr. Drew Pinsky.

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'In Treatment' Season 3 to Premiere Oct. 25

by Chris Harnick, posted Sep 9th 2010 6:00PM
Gabriel ByrneThe new season of HBO's critically-acclaimed 'In Treatment' will premiere on Mon., Oct. 25.

Look for Debra Winger and Amy Ryan (Holly from 'The Office') to join series star Gabriel Byrne in the show's third season. Winger will play a new patient of Byrne's Dr. Paul Weston, and Ryan will play Dr. Weston's new therapist, Amy.

The format for the third season is still unknown, though previous seasons followed five-night-a-week schedule.

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Spoilers Anonymous: 'Lost' (Yes, 'Lost'), 'True Blood' and More!

by Isabelle Carreau, posted Jun 11th 2010 12:40PM
Spoilers Anonymous logo This is Spoilers Anonymous, a weekly column here at TV Squad where we supply you with the dirt on some of the more popular shows on the air. We'll never put spoilers up here on the main page in order to help the reformed stay unspoiled. If you have anything to add to the group, feel free to step up and let yourself be heard, either with our tips form or by e-mailing us at tvsquad@gmail.com. Your anonymity is guaranteed, if you wish to remain as such.

This week we have spoilers for: 'Burn Notice,' Dexter,' 'Drop Dead Dive,' 'In Treatment,' 'Lie to Me,' 'Lost,' 'Parks & Recreations' and 'True Blood.'

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Amy Ryan to Play Gabriel Byrne's Shrink on 'In Treatment'

by Audrey Fine, posted Jun 3rd 2010 3:20PM
Amy Ryan, best known to TV audiences as Holly on 'The Office' and to moviegoers for her Oscar nominated performance in 'Gone Baby Gone,' is set to shrink some heads on the upcoming third season of HBO's critical darling, 'In Treatment.'

According to Deadline, Ryan will step in as Dr. Paul Weston's (series star Gabriel Byrne) psychotherapist now that Dianne Wiest, who won the 2008 Outstanding Supporting Actress Emmy for her role of GIna, has moved on.

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Coming to 'In Treatment': Debra Winger!

by Bob Sassone, posted May 5th 2010 9:45AM
Debra WingerShe made a big guest appearance on 'Law & Order' earlier this year, and now, Oscar-nominated actress Debra Winger has signed on as a regular cast member on HBO's 'In Treatment.' She'll play one of Dr. Paul Weston's (Gabriel Byrne) patients when the show returns for its highly anticipated third season later this year.

Winger is one of those actresses who used to be everywhere, and then, she, well, wasn't. She had big hits in the '80s with movies like 'An Officer and a Gentleman' and 'Terms of Endearment' -- and was even the voice of E.T.! -- but then she stayed away from Hollywood for awhile. When she returned, she was more selective about the roles she chose.

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TV Casting: Jamie Kennedy to Guest on 'Eureka'

by Andrew Scott, posted Apr 27th 2010 11:31AM
Jamie Kennedy'Ghost Whisperer's' Jamie Kennedy will guest on an upcoming episode of 'Eureka' season 4. Kennedy will play Dr. Ramsey in the episode, who develops an oxygen technology that leaks into the Eureka atmosphere and threatens to destroy the entire town. The episode airs Fri., July 30 on Syfy. [SciFi Wire]

More casting news after the jump.

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TV Casting: Bill Irwin Returns to 'CSI'

by Chris Harnick, posted Apr 16th 2010 11:23AM
Bill IrwinThe Dick and Jane Killer is back. Bill Irwin will be reprising the Nate Haskell role on the final two episodes of 'CSI' this season. In the storyline to come, Irwin's character knows the identity of Dr. Jekyll, and the team, specifically Langston (Laurence Fishburne), work with him to get information. [Ausiello Files]

Debra Winger, star of 'An Officer and a Gentleman,' is reportedly close to signing a deal to appear as a regular on HBO's third season of 'In Treatment.' The role Winger may play has been described as a former star who is battling insecurity and fear about her career. Winger's last role as a series regular was on the Lynda Carter-driven 'Wonder Woman.' [Deadline Hollywood]

More casting news after the jump.

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'Modern Family,' 'Glee' Pick Up Peabody Awards

by Danny Gallagher, posted Mar 31st 2010 7:30PM
The Peabody AwardsThe Peabody Award winners were announced today and they included their usual mix of enlightening documentaries and popular favorites, both of which are equally worthy of recognition.

This year's list didn't have many fictional shows, but the one's they picked more than made up for their absence. ABC's 'Modern Family' and Fox's 'Glee' both picked up awards, the only two sitcoms on the list. HBO's 'No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency' and 'In Treatment' were also the only dramas on the list.

Other notable winners include 'The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson' for his sit-down with Archbishop Desmond Tutu, HBO's documentary 'Thrilla in Manila,' PBS' 'Frontline' for their stirring report on Bernie Madoff and '60 Minutes'' expose on "The Cost of Dying."

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Peabody Awards Honor 'Glee,' 'Modern Family'

by Laura Prudom, posted Mar 31st 2010 2:30PM
GleeDon't stop believing, 'Glee' fans: It seems that critics and awards bodies are every bit as hooked on the show as the rest of us, with the prestigious Peabody Awards the latest in a long line to honor the musical dramedy.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, 'Glee' was one of 36 outstanding series, documentaries, websites and news reports that the distinguished group spotlighted as the best in electronic media for 2009, during a ceremony held at the University of Georgia's Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication on Mar. 31.

Other Peabody winners included ABC's hilarious sitcom 'Modern Family,' HBO's taut therapy-session drama 'In Treatment,' and 'Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson,' which was described by the board as "a talk show without borders," for its Desmond Tutu edition.

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HBO, 'Entourage' Team Go to Washington

by Michael D. Ayers, posted Feb 3rd 2010 11:30AM
Mark WahlbergHBO and Mark Wahlberg are getting into politics -- at least for a new series.

Variety is reporting that Wahlberg, Doug Ellin and Stephen Levinson, the successful team behind the Emmy-winning comedy 'Entourage,' are working on a new, untitled series that follows the relationship between a political aide and his boss, the former President of the United States.

The script comes from Ben Scherwin, who will also serve as co-executive producer alongside Wahlberg, Ellin and Levinson.

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