Jasmine Guy and Lauren Stamile have been tapped to guest star on the second season of Lifetime's Drop Dead Diva, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. Stamile is best known as McDreamy's other ladyfriend, Nurse Rose, on Grey's Anatomy. Show More Summary
Drama Sawyer & Huck, a modern-day take on the classic Mark Twain characters, has landed at CBS with a put pilot commitment. The project hails from Sony Pictures TV, studio-based Drop Dead Diva creator Josh Berman and CBS TV Studios. Penned by...Show More Summary
My first experience with John Corigliano’s music was in high school with the ear and mind blowing score he wrote for Ken Russell’s film Altered States.
'Drop Dead Diva's' Marty Scott will pen the drama read more
Coming to NBC this October is a new comedy series called A to Z, which stars the adorable "mother" from How I Met Your Mother and the adorable guardian angel from Drop Dead Diva. Put the two together, do the math and it's no surprise that they make a very adorable couple on screen.Click To Continue Reading
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Lifetime's show comes to an end Sunday night after six seasons. read more
From: http://radiotvtalk.blog.ajc.com By Rodney Ho With varying levels of vicissitude, Atlanta on TV has masqueraded as modern-day Los Angeles (Lifetime’s “Drop Dead Diva”), Long Island (USA’s “Necessary Roughness”) and Missouri (ABC’s...Show More Summary
Zap2it: How has your character, Grayson, evolved over the years on "Drop Dead Diva"?Jackson Hurst: The root of him is still the same, but he has definitely gone through ups and downs. He finally finds out the real deal, and that is huge. Show More Summary
Drop Dead Diva uses one of its last episodes to focus on a story playing out right now: a trans kid who can't use the school restroom. Featured Image: read more
The cast and crew of "Drop Dead Diva" may be out of work after today... but at least they'll have something fun to do while they wait for residual checks.The show just wrapped for what could be its final season... and sources on the set tell us…
If Jane (Brooke Elliott) and Grayson (Jackson Hurst) finally making it to her bedroom in the April 27 episode wasn’t enough reason
Highlights from Sunday's cable ratings.
Drop Dead Diva returns to Lifetime tonight with a new episode called, “Life & Death.” On tonight’s episode, Jane struggles […]
Drop Dead Diva returns to Lifetime tonight with a new episode called, “First Date.” On tonight’s episode, Stacy helps Jane […]
The Hollywood Reporter debuts two exclusive clips from Sunday's episode. read more
When devoted fans first began watching DROP DEAD DIVA, there was not much time to get to know Deb Dobkins (Brooke D’Orsay) and Grayson Kent (Jackson Hurst) as a couple. Deb was unfortunately killed in a car accident right away and her soul returned into the body of Jane Bingham (Brooke Elliott), a co-worker ofRead More
Josh Berman also promises that the sixth and final season, which kicks off at 9 p.m. Sunday on Lifetime, will feature "lots of twists and turns" before the Jane-Grayson relationship is resolved. read more
"Drop Dead Diva" is welcoming a face familiar for "So You Think You Can Dance" fans to its Season 6 premiere. Stephen "tWitch" Boss is guest-starring as Billy Donaldson, a man who hires Jane (Brooke Elliott) to help get his brother out of prison.
It’s a story that can only happen in today’s TV world. Lifetime’s DROP DEAD DIVA was revived from a cancellation last year, only to haves the network drop the curtain on the current sixth season. Is it really the end for a show that...Show More Summary