There are so many combinations of Liars from whom viewers demand shared screen time. But there's one duo I've always wanted to see yet never realized until this week: Spencer and Ezra.
Also, don't hold your breath for a back-from-the-dead visit from Charlie Harper.
The CBS programming boss also discussed the network's upcoming late-night shifts, The Good Wife's Emmys snub, and the threat of online television.
The FX biker drama's seventh and final season will kick off with a nearly two-hour (!!!) opener.
Woll will play Karen Page, a blind lawyer who's the love interest of Matt Murdock.
Does Syfy's new series have what it takes to stand up to the beloved '90s film upon which it's based?
Plus: The Strain gets off to a strong start, Spike TV wants another miniseries, and Person of Interest adds a sexy lady.
Plus: Shonda Rhimes thinks hashtags are stupid, details on Lee's half-season approach to scheduling, and more.
The network is playing things pretty traditional, and debuting most of its shows in the second half of September.
Forget sharknados! Syfy is getting back to basics with its upcoming programming slate, which the network previewed at the TCA summer press tour.
Plus: NBC renews a summer trio, your first look at Daryl Dixon in The Walking Dead Season 5, and Ben Kingsley is en route to... Spike TV?
The actor announced the news himself via Twitter.
The potential series follows a young programmer who suffers from a debilitating anti-social disorder.