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Jason Wiles: Coming to Castle

22 December 2010 4:02 AM, PST | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Jason Wiles will guest star on an episode of Castle this February.

Most recently seen on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Wiles will portray an old friend of Castle's who becomes the main suspect in a murder investigation/

This piece of casting news comes on the heels of newly-released photos that depict Laura Prepon, as Natalie Rhodes, making out with the show's title character.

Check out stills from the January 3 episode of Castle Now! »

- matt@mediavine.com (Matt Richenthal)

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William Baldwin returning to 'Gossip Girl'; 'Justified' gets a premiere date

21 December 2010 11:16 AM, PST | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

Bite-sized TV news for your Tuesday:

The prodigal dad is returning, again, to "Gossip Girl." William Baldwin has signed on reprise his role as William van der Woodsen in  a couple more episodes of The CW's drama. Elsewhere on the casting front, "24's" Mary Lynn Rajskub will guest on Fox's "Raising Hope," and Jason Wiles ("Persons Unknown") will visit "Castle." [Deadline]

We've known for a while that Season 2 of "Justified" would start in February, but not the specific date until now. FX says the series will premiere at 10 p.m. Et Wednesday, Feb. 9. It will run for 13 weeks. [FX]

CBS and news anchor Katie Couric have begun contract talks, and if she wants to stay at the network, it could mean taking a pay cut from her current $15 million annual salary. A wider role -- including a possible syndicated show -- at CBS News is also up for discussion. Couric's current deal expires in May. »

- editorial@zap2it.com

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Jason Wiles for 'Castle' role

21 December 2010 1:49 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Former Third Watch star Jason Wiles is to make a guest appearance on Castle. Deadline reports that the actor will appear in a forthcoming episode as an old friend of Rick Castle (Nathan Fillion). When the character becomes the prime suspect in a murder investigation, Castle will be forced to protect his friend from Detective Beckett (Stana Katic). Wiles played Officer Maurice Boscorelli on Third (more) »

- By Morgan Jeffery

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Jason Wiles to Guest Star on No Ordinary Family

12 November 2010 10:48 AM, PST | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

On Tuesday night, No Ordinary Family viewers met Stephanie's parents.

In a few weeks, it will be time to meet a relative of Jim's.

Former Third Watch star Jason Wiles has landed the role of Mike Powell. He'll appear on the season's 12th episode and create a riff between his sibling and sister-in-law, as they argue over whether or not this free spirit should be let in on the new family secret.

Wiles most recently was seen on Persons Unknown. Fancast reports he's only booked for one episode at the moment. »

- matt@mediavine.com (Matt Richenthal)

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Jason Wiles for 'No Ordinary Family'

12 November 2010 8:47 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Former Third Watch star Jason Wiles is to make a guest appearance in an upcoming episode of No Ordinary Family. Fancast reports that he will play Mike Powell, the sibling of Jim (Michael Chiklis) in 'No Ordinary Brother'. While Jim will be pleased to be reunited with his "free-spirited, devil-may-care" brother, his wife Stephanie (Julie Benz) will begin to suspect that (more) »

- By Morgan Jeffery

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Melissa Sagemiller (“Law & Order: Svu”) Interview

22 October 2010 11:57 AM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

She made her debut as the new Ada on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Wednesday night; Thursday, actress Melissa Sagemiller sat down with us to give us the dish on what we can expect from her character, filming her first episode, and how this isn’t her first appearance on the show.

What a lot of fans might not know was that you appeared in a very early episode of Svu. What’s it like coming back to the series all these years later?

It’s a cool circle. I was on, I think, Episode 5 of the first season. When no one knew, you know, [that] it was going to become like a historic show, basically – I think one of the best shows on television. It’s a really cool thing. It’s funny because I walked into the meeting for this role and the executive producers remembered me. Well, they »

- Brittany Frederick

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Who Are Your Favorite “Law & Order” Guest Stars?

21 October 2010 12:46 AM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

There’s a running joke that everyone has been on Law & Order at some point. With seven incarnations over two decades, it’s become less of a joke and more of a reality. From perpetrators to defense attorneys to victims, the franchise has featured some notable names and outstanding performances (like in last night’s Svu). Below are a list of some of my favorites – who are yours?

Spoiler Alert: Since we’re discussing entire guest arcs here, there are spoilers for episodes below.

In no particular order:

1. Jason Wiles, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (“Branded,” 2010)

Anyone who knows me could have guessed that Jason Wiles would end up on this list; I’ve been a fan of his since his work as hotheaded, dedicated cop Maurice “Bosco” Boscorelli on Third Watch. Yet as Alexander Gammon, he was the kind of guy Bosco would love to destroy – a rich, arrogant, »

- Brittany Frederick

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Law & Order: Svu 12.06 “Branded” Review

20 October 2010 7:06 PM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

I really enjoyed this week’s episode of Law & Order: Svu. Other than the Jennifer Love Hewitt episode, it was my favorite of the new season. The crime was fairly mysterious, the guest stars were great (especially Jason Wiles who played Alexander Gammon).

Two men were drugged, tied up and assaulted in this episode. The first was Bill Dixon, who was sexually assaulted and had “ruiner” branded into his chest by his attacker. The second was Victor Ramos, who had “traitor” branded into his chest this time. Stabler and Benson went on a short, but interesting, chase to find the perp. They discovered the perp was a genius hacker, which made it difficult to track him/her. They also managed to get into the apartments of the victims by hiding inside of a delivery box. The detectives also managed to figure out that a third victim would be targeted soon »

- Clarissa

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Exclusive: 90210 Alum Heads to Law & Order: Svu

23 September 2010 10:11 AM, PDT | TVGuide - Breaking News | See recent TVGuide - Breaking News news »

Former Beverly Hills, 90210 and Third Watch star Jason Wiles will make a guest appearance on Law & Order: Svu, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

Law & Order: Svu books David Alan Grier

Wiles, who played drug addict Colin Robbins on the original 90210, will be featured alongside previously announced guest stars Michael Gladis, Kevin Alejandro and David Alan Grier. The 40-year-old will play Alexander Gammon, who becomes a rapist's target.

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- Robyn Ross

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Review – Criminal Minds: Season Five

7 September 2010 5:09 PM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Today sees the release of the fifth season of Criminal Minds, CBS’ hit series about FBI profilers investigating the worst of human nature. Here’s a look at what you can expect within that six-disc, 23-episode box set.

The Show

Criminal Minds is one of CBS’ most popular shows, following in the shadow of the CSI and Jag/NCIS franchises, and taking after them now that the network has greenlit a spinoff series (Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior). The show’s survived a lot, be it the abrupt departure of its original lead actor or a controversy surrounding its female cast members. This season is the one that may be overshadowed by the announcement of the spinoff (the backdoor pilot for which is included here) or the breaking news of A.J. Cook’s release from the cast, but it’s still another workmanlike season for the show.

In all honesty, this »

- Brittany Frederick

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Persons Unknown: Watch the (likely) Last Episode; Are You Satisfied?

29 August 2010 3:11 PM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

Last night, NBC aired the final two episodes of their mystery-thriller series, Persons Unknown. The show revolves around a group of people who wake up in a small town and must figure out how to survive and escape. The cast includes Chadwick Boseman, Lee Purcell, Jason Wiles, Andy Greenfield, Daisy Betts, Tina Holmes, Alan Ruck, Kate Lang Johnson, Sean O'Bryan, and Gerald Kyd.

NBC waited until summer to air Persons Unknown; a time when fewer people watch television and their isn't much competition. On Monday nights, it got very poor ratings, even for a summer show, and was consequently sent to the TV graveyard known as Saturday nights.

Remi Aubuchon, one of the show's executive producers, has said that the show was originally envisioned to have self-contained seasons but could easily run for multiple years. Based on the ratings and their treatment of the »

- TVSeriesFinale.com

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Persons Unknown – Postmortem

29 August 2010 2:52 PM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Warning: this article contains spoilers for the series finale of Persons Unknown. If you’ve not yet seen the finale, you will be spoiled.

What the heck was that? And why are we all so brassed off about it?

Since the end of NBC’s summer thriller Persons Unknown aired, I’ve been staring at my TV trying to make sense of it, and I’m not the only one. My review of the final two hours already has over 80 comments. Not to mention, I’m getting annoyed tweets on Twitter for not liking it. Apparently, hating a series finale can take you from friend of the fanbase to pariah in less than 24 hours. Which made me wonder: what’s the big deal? If the goal of the show was to create something we were going to talk about, it’s certainly done that. What else did it do? I’m not really sure. »

- Brittany Frederick

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Review – Persons Unknown 1.12/1.13: “And Then There Was One” & “Shadows In The Cave”

28 August 2010 10:08 PM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

With not a bang but a whimper, it’s over.

We’ve come to the final two hours of Persons Unknown. I’m not even sure how many people I mean by “we” anymore, but I don’t care. It’s been a fun ride this summer. If you don’t believe me, ask Stephen King, who took the time to mention it as one of the things he liked about the summer in this week’s Entertainment Weekly. Or ask my colleague Michael, who will be recapping this on Monday since NBC made him watch preseason football instead. But never mind the football, the ratings or the Saturday time slot of doom – let’s go out in a big way, right? Right?

Um…

When last we left, everyone was going to be killed, except they didn’t know it yet. That’s a pretty big deal, but we’re »

- Brittany Frederick

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Review – Persons Unknown 1.10: “Identity”

21 August 2010 9:19 PM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Persons Unknown, how I have missed you. This is a show that really suffers from being pre-empted, because it relies on paying attention, and how much do you remember from two weeks ago? I don’t know about you, but I had to rewatch “Static” before I tuned in tonight just to jog my memory. Still, it’s good to have my favorite summer show back, even if I didn’t appreciate it opening with a huge ad for The Event over a third of my screen. That felt a little bit like a slap in the face. I want to enjoy my show, not be reminded that NBC is already moving past it. (Remember that episode eleven, “Seven Sacrifices,” will not air and is only available on NBC.com or Hulu.com. And you’d better watch it quick, because the last two episodes will air back-to-back next week »

- Brittany Frederick

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Rewind Recap – Third Watch 1.08: “History of the World”

20 August 2010 8:35 AM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Original Air Date: November 21, 1999

One year, near Thanksgiving, one of my friends made an observation while we were at the grocery store about how many people were buying large quantities of alcohol. “Maybe they’re trying to get drunk so they won’t have to deal with all the family members they hate?” we theorized. This episode of Third Watch, however, centers on just that as Bosco tries to handle a family crisis on what might be the worst Thanksgiving ever. He’s operating on his own, given that Faith has the day off to spend with her family, which is a whole other drama unto itself. An unsupervised Bosco is always potentially hazardous to someone’s health.

It’s obvious from the beginning of the episode that Bosco lacks some social graces. Dispatched to deal with a lost child who allegedly doesn’t speak English, he manages to tick »

- Brittany Frederick

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Rewind Recap – Third Watch 1.05: “Responsible Parties”

20 August 2010 8:33 AM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Original Air Date: October 31, 1999

It’s time for a time warp. Welcome to the first edition of “Rewind Recaps,” where I’ll be recapping and reviewing series that got away the first time around. The first show to get the spotlight is NBC’s Third Watch (1999-2005), a top-notch drama about New York cops, paramedics and firefighters that I regret never having watched. Walk with me through the best of the first season of Third Watch

In any group of people, there’s always the responsible one. The one who is always the designated driver, the camp counselor, the person who keeps everyone else from screwing up (or at least screwing up more) and generally doesn’t get much thanks for it. They’re just expected to always be there and always be the voice of reason. Speaking from experience, it’s not an enviable position to be in. This »

- Brittany Frederick

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NBC scraps 'Persons Unknown' episode

16 August 2010 5:20 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

NBC has scrapped plans to air the eleventh episode of mystery drama Persons Unknown. The show - which stars Alan Ruck and former Third Watch actor Jason Wiles - follows the challenges of a group of strangers who wake up in a ghost town and are unable to leave. The tenth episode of the programme will air as planned on August 21, but the eleventh instalment - titled 'Seven Sacrifice' - will be released exclusively (more) »

- By Morgan Jeffery

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Persons Unknown: NBC Won't Air Episode 11, "Seven Sacrifice"

14 August 2010 7:01 AM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

Are you a devoted viewer of NBC's Persons Unknown? If you end up watching all 13 episodes, you have to be.

Persons Unknown follows the challenges of a group of strangers who wake up in a ghost town and are unable to leave. The series features Chadwick Boseman, Lee Purcell, Jason Wiles, Andy Greenfield, Daisy Betts, Tina Holmes, Alan Ruck, Kate Lang Johnson, Sean O’Bryan, and Gerald Kyd.

After five weeks of poor ratings, NBC moved the series from Mondays to the "TV graveyard," Saturday nights. The show's been airing there for four weeks but some viewers have been understandably worried that the network won't air all episodes of the mystery series.

It turns out their fears weren't unwarranted. There are just four episodes left but that's plenty of time to mess with the schedule.

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Interview with Coby Bell (Burn Notice)

10 August 2010 1:36 PM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

If there’s an actor who knows how to win me over, it’s Coby Bell. I was staunchly prepared to dislike the idea of a new character on Burn Notice, until I saw him take the role and do more with it than I ever expected. As burned spy Jesse Porter, Bell is shaking up the series and showing some amazing talent, and I’m happy to say he’s changed my mind completely. After admitting I was wrong about him, I sat down with him  to talk about his future on Burn Notice, the return of his series The Game, and his career-making role on Third Watch.

I feel the compulsory need to apologize for being so opposed to your character in the beginning; I have to admit that I was totally wrong about you. What’s it been like for you, as far as the reaction of the fans? »

- Brittany Frederick

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Recap – Persons Unknown 1.06 "The Truth"

19 July 2010 6:22 AM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

The most recent episode of Persons Unknown was way back on July 5th, so if you don't remember where we are, read a recap here.

"The Truth" opens with Joe running around the town square. McNair sits in his window, watching. Moira asks McNair if he has noticed anything unusual about Joe. No, McNair replies, and that's the problem. Joe is acting in such a routine fashion, he must know that he's being watched. "So what do we do?" Moira asks. McNair responds, "Keep watching." In San Francisco, Renbe receives a phone call. The caller warns him that not only is he in danger, but since he brought Kat into his investigation, she is in danger too. He runs to her apartment and finds Kat tied up. When he frees her, he asks Kat if she was tied up by Men in Blue (Mib). She says that she was. They move to leave, »

- Michael Salerno

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