Determined to make their modernized Sherlock Holmes more edgy than the BBC's by making it more like Cashmere Mafia, CBS has cast Lucy Liu as Sherlock's sidekick in their New York-set take on the famous detective, Elementary. She'll reportedly play JOAN Watson, a retired surgeon living with Holmes in a Brooklyn apartment--much like John Watson, but female, and in New York. Get it? Everything is just slightly off from the usual, London-set Holmes you know! That's the kind of freshness you can get only from the network that broadcasts nine seasons of Two and a Half Men.
As we already learned, Eli Stone's Jonny Lee Miller is playing Sherlock Holmes in CBS's pilot. And just to shake things up a bit more, Moriarty will be played by a Bronx-born cat voiced by Don Cheadle (probably).
The latest Robert Downey Jr.-led Sherlock Holmes film has crossed the half-billion-dollar mark worldwide, and the BBC's contemporary Sherlock has spread to make an international rising star out of a man with the unlikely name of Benedict Cumberbatch, so now CBS will see if they... / Continue →
Probably the fourth or fifth most crucial Beverly Hills Cop element--after Eddie Murphy, Detroit-Beverly Hills social disparity, Harold Faltermeyer's "Axel F", and maybe sweatshirts--has joined CBS's pilot sequel to the Beverly Hills Cop films. TheWrap (via) reports Murphy and ... / Continue →
Running Wilde didn't last long on Fox, and Up All Night is violently mutating itself to death over at NBC, so now Will Arnett is following the sound of laughter over to CBS, where they have a button that produces that laughter. (They also have a button that produces investigabl... / Continue →