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You Can Finally Stream Everwood Thanks to the CW Seed

Mark your calendar for an epic binge re-watch! After more than ten years off the air, Everwood will finally take its rightful place in the CW's streaming catalog. Per an announcement from the network, the beloved WB drama about a widowed brain surgeon raising his kids in a picturesque, insular ...Read More...

'Parks and Recreation': Chris Pratt reunites with 'Everwood' co-star on set

Is "Parks and Recreation" plotting an "Everwood" reunion? That looks like it might be the case, if Chris Pratt has anything to say about it. The actor, who plays Andy on "Parks" and Bright on "Everwood," tweeted a photo with his former TV grandma, Debra Rooney."I'm loving this 'Everwood' reunion on the set of @parksandrecnbc," he writes. This is the second "Everwood" reunion in the last month, after several cast members snapped photos together."Everwood" ended in 2006, after four seasons on The WB....

Guest Stars Revealed for Grey's Season Finale - Featured

All eyes are on Meredith and Derek as they continue to prepare for their looming wedding. But that's not all that's worth looking into, especially as Grey's Anatomy concludes its fifth season with a two-hour finale slated to air on May 14. According to Entertainment Weekly's Michael Ausiello, series creator Shonda Rhimes has tapped Debra Mooney and Liza Weil for the highly anticipated season ender. Mooney, known for her role on Everwood , most recently appeared on Eleventh Hour , ER , Cold Case , and Pushing Daisies . On the other hand, Weil is credited for her role as Paris Geller on Gilmore Girls , as well as her roles on The West Wing , The Adventures of Pete & Pete, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and ER . Weil also has ties to Rhimes' other show, Private Practice given that her real-life husband is cast member Paul Adelstein. On Grey's Anatomy, Mooney will play the mother of Kevin McKidd's emotionally plagued character Owen, while Weil will appear as a cancer patient who crosses paths with Izzie. Aside from her upcoming guest stint on Grey's Anatomy, Weil has also been cast in Mars, a film about the discovery of life on Mars which puts a robotic expedition and a manned mission in a race to the Red Planet, and Little Fish, Strange Pond, a crime comedy movie that features Matthew Modine, Lisa Brenner, Adam Baldwin and her husband Paul Adelstein. Meanwhile, fans can catch the next new episode of Grey's Anatomy on Thursday, April 23 in which Izzie throws herself into planning Derek and Meredith's wedding while she goes through an aggressive cancer treatment. Hector Elizondo (Pretty Woman, Princess Diaries) and Amy Madigan (Field of Dreams, Carnivle) guest star for this episode. Source here

Pilot News: Wolf Bites into V, Bowen Joins Family, and More

From Party of Five to party of V... ? Scott Wolf has been cast on ABC's reboot of the aliens-among-us V, playing an ambitious TV newscaster who becomes a mouthpiece for the visiting ETs' agenda. In other ABC pilot castings, Julie Bowen (you say Boston Legal or Ed, I say Lost) has landed a lead role in the comedy My American Family, playing wife to Ty Burrell (Back to You). Also, Jonathan Silverman (In Case of Emergency Weekend at Bernie's) is the first to be cast in an as-yet-untitled comedy from Jeff Strauss (Reba) and revolving around three couples, while Heroes alum Dania Ramirez will play a homicide detective on a cop drama from Daniel Cerone. Source here

Pilot News: Everwood Alum, Others Join Shonda Rhimes Show

Three more actors are heading Inside the Box, the ABC pilot penned by Richard Robbins and exec-produced by Grey's Anatomy 's Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers. Set at a Washington network news bureau and revolving around Caroline, an ambitious female reporter, Inside the Box will feature Everwood alum (and recent Private Practice guest star) Sarah Drew as an entry-level employee, while Jason George ( Eli Stone ) has been cast as an on-camera correspondent. Additionally, Brit Lloyd Owen (Viva Laughlin) has landed the role of the retiring bureau chief's replacement, says the Hollywood Reporter. As previously announced, New Zealander Martin Henderson has been tapped for the male lead, playing the "McDreamy" to the as-yet-uncast Caroline. Source here

Parks & Rec Rounds Out Cast - Featured

A few additional cast members have been added to Amy Poehler's now-titled April comedy from the producers of The Office , Parks & Recreation . Chris Pratt of Everwood has joined the cast as "the unemployed musician boyfriend of Rashida Jones' nurse character", according to Michael Ausiello. Glad that we're going to get to see Pratt back on TV, as he proved himself quite the talented actor back in his Everwood days. Also, Zap2it's Korbi has reported the casting of Paul Schneider (Lars and the Real Girl, The Family Stone) as "a co-worker of Poehler's character" and Nick Offerman as "Ron, the employees' Parks and Rec superior". Parks & Recreation premieres Thursday, April 9th on NBC. Are you looking forward to this show? Sources: Zap2it and EW

PP Guest Casting: Sarah Drew

Sarah Drew - currently appearing on Mad Men and recently cast in Privileged , but who will always be remembered for her role of Hannah in Everwood - has been recruited for a guest-stint on Private Practice . Not too many details are available on the role but it's known that it's a multi-episode arc and she'll be playing a patient. Source: EW

Sarah Drew's Getting Privileged

Sarah Drew - who some of you may remember as Hannah from the dearly departed Everwood - has scooped up a guest starring role on The CW 's Privileged . She'll be playing a college friend of Joanna Garcia, the show's main character. Currently, Drew is only slated for one episode, but the door has been left open for more... Source: EW

'Desperate' Actress Lands Lead in Comedy Film

Unlike Felicity Huffman, Eva Longoria Parker, Nicollette Sheridan and Teri Hatcher, Marcia Cross hasn't been landing other acting projects since getting cast on ABC's Desperate Housewives. Now, it's her time to shine in the big screen as she toplines the comedy called Peck. According to Variety, the movie centers on a high school student who lives under a microscope of parental scrutiny. When his overbearing parents force him to compete in the science fair, he thinks that he can surprise everyone. Instead, he develops an unlikely friendship with the school's golden girl. Directed by Michael Nickles (This Is Not a Film, Do You Wanna Dance?) and written by Marc Arneson, Peck also stars Adam Arkin (Life, 8 Simple Rules... for Dating My Teenage Daughter), Camryn Manheim (Ghost Whisperer, The Practice), Keir Gilchrist (The Winner, Life with Derek) and Brie Larson (The Babysitter, The Beautiful Ordinary). Production of Peck is presently ongoing, although shooting is expected to wrap up this month. Prior to landing perfectionist Bree Hodge on Desperate Housewives, Marcia Cross played Dr. Linda Abbott on the drama series Everwood. She was also known for her portrayal of the mentally unbalanced Dr. Kimberly Shaw on Melrose Place, whom she played from 1992 to 1997. Kimberly was, and remains, a firm fan favorite, providing many of the show's most memorable moments with her plans to kill many of the characters on the series. On the silver screen, Cross was cast in the 2003 drama The Wind Effect, starred alongside Joshua Beckett, who also served as the writer and director in the movie Always Say Goodbye, appeared in the mystery thriller Living in Fear, and played the lead character with severe bi-polar disorder in the film All She Ever Wanted. Meanwhile, fans can catch Cross and the rest of the cast of Desperate Housewives when the award-winning dramedy returns for a fifth season this fall.