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  • Go Away With ... Alana De La Garza

    Go Away With ... Alana De La Garza
    After playing assistant district attorney Connie Rubirosa for four years on "Law and Order," reprising the role in 2011 on its spinoff "Law and Order: LA," Alana De La Garza is back on NBC. This time, she portrays Dr. Lena Solis on the new mid-season drama, "Do No Harm." Born in Columbus, Ohio, and raised in El Paso, Texas, the 36-year-old actress splits her time between her home in Los Angeles and Philadelphia, where her series is filmed. Fans may follow her on Twitter (at)AlanaDeLaGarza.
  • Video: 'Parenthood' gears up for its Thursday move

    Video: 'Parenthood' gears up for its Thursday move
    It's nearly time to redirect your tears to Thursday nights. "Parenthood," which has long lived in the shadows on NBC's lineup, returns for its fifth season on Thursday at 10 p.m. ET/PT, its plum new time slot. It will cap off the network's shift in...

    2013 TV Upfronts: This season was one to forget

    2013 TV Upfronts: This season was one to forget
    As the broadcast networks wrap up a week of touting new shows to advertisers in the hopes of persuading them to spend billions on commercials, it seems like a good time to review how last year's new shows did. It's not a pretty picture. In the 2012-13...

    2013 TV upfronts: NBC revamps with family Thursday, Spader Monday

    NEW YORK -- In a time long removed from Michael Scott and must-see TV, NBC is hoping Michael J. Fox and Sean Hayes can help fill its Thursday night comedy void. The network on Monday unveiled its programming for the year ahead during its annual upfront...

    'Do No Harm' canceled by NBC after two episodes

    NBC has pulled its freshman drama "Do No Harm" off the air after just two dismally rated episodes.