Jeffrey Dean Morgan joins ‘The Good Wife’ as a series regular

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Jeffrey Dean Morgan joins The Good Wife as a series regular

Morgan will play the “a calm, experienced hourly investigator” hired by Alicia. “We’ve loved and admired Jeffrey Dean Morgan for years,” exec producers Robert and Michelle King said of the Extant star, in a statement. “And we were thrilled to hear that Julianna (Margulies) did too, so it was a no-brainer to ask him to join our troupe.” PLUS: Makenzie Vega will no longer be a series regular next season.

Dustin Hoffman: “I think right now television is the best that it’s ever been…”

“…And,” says the former HBO Luck star, “I think that it’s the worst that film has ever been – in the 50 years that I’ve been doing it, it’s the worst.”

ESPN moves ESPYs charity golf tournament out of a Donald Trump-owned golf course

Said ESPN in a statement: “This charity outing benefits The V Foundation’s Stuart Scott Memorial Cancer Research Fund, providing resources for important cancer research for minority populations, including Hispanics and African Americans. Our decision reflects our deep feelings for our former colleague and support for inclusion of all sports fans.”

Parks and Rec‘s Ann, Chris & Leslie reunited for the Fourth of July

Amy Poehler and Rashida Jones joined Rob Lowe for Saturday’s celebration.

Watch the trailer for Ed Burns’ ‘60s-set NYPD drama Public Morals

Burns plays the head of the NYPD’s Public Morals Division in the ’60s-set crime drama, which he also created.

See a preview of Stephen Colbert on Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee

Colbert still had his beard when taping his episode with Jerry Seinfeld.

Ed Sheeran to make his acting debut on TV

“I have an acting job coming out after July,” the musician tells the Sun. “I can’t say too much about it because the pilot just got picked up, which is good, but it’s a TV show.” He adds that it’s “a medieval TV show and it’s really, really dark. It’s gruesome and it’s going to be fine because my friend wrote it.”

ABC’s Wicked City adds Jeremy Sisto

The Suburgatory alum is replacing Adam Rothenberg, playing the lead role of Detective Jack Roth in the crime drama.

Penny Dreadful
to introduce a new horror icon in Season 3

“I can tell you this – and this is such a tease, and I am sorry for it – but after two years I am finally adding another famous literary character,” co-creator John Logan tells EW.

Netflix releases the trailer for Chris Tucker’s first-ever standup special

Chris Tucker Live debuts on Friday.