Amazon, Inc. announced today the premiere date of "Alpha House," a new comedy that features former "All My Children" heartthrob Mark Consuelos (ex-Mateo Santos) as one of four United States senators-turned-unlikely-roommates renting a house in Washington, D.C. The series, which also stars John Goodman, Clark Johnson and Matt Malloy, will premiere on Friday, November 15 with the first three of its eleven episode first season being made available to all Amazon Prime Instant Video customers online and via Kindle Fire, iPad, iPhone, Roku, Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Wii and Wii U, as well as other connected devises. In addition to announcing the premiere date for "Alpha House," Amazon also announced the launch date for its other new comedy, "Betas" - Friday, November 22, which follows four friends as they work to make it rich with a new mobile social networking application.
On Monday, January 7, former "General Hospital" star Steve Burton (ex-Jason Morgan) will appear on CBS' "The Talk" with a huge announcement, according to a promo released Friday by the network. Does that mean he will announce his joining "The Young and the Restless?" It's definitely a possibility!
NBC pulls back the curtain with an exclusive backstage pass of the network’s new and returning series for Fall 2012, hosted by Matthew Perry and the cast of NBC’s new comedy “Go On,” in “The NBC Primetime Preview Show.”