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17 items from 2011

CSI: NY's Sela Ward: The Final Act of Rapist Arc Is 'Very Unnerving… a Great Thriller'

2 December 2011 6:52 AM, PST | | See recent news »

This Friday on CSI: NY (CBS, 9/8c), the John Curtis storyline enters its final act with Det. Jo Danville reeling from the fact that the suspected rapist whom she had a role in setting free years ago in D.C. has eluded another charge, again due to compromised evidence — in the latest instance, a victim’s shaky testimony.

“She is furious,” Sela Ward tells TVLine of Jo’s state of mind. “She is absolutely obsessed with getting this guy (played by Third Watch‘s Jason Wiles), so she’s being doing things that get her in a little bit of trouble with Mac. »

- Matt Webb Mitovich

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The TVLine-Up: TV Worth Watching This Friday

18 November 2011 7:34 AM, PST | | See recent news »

On TV this Friday: The Gifted Margo Martindale takes center stage, Chuck takes a business trip, CSI Jo gets a blast from her past, Fringe‘s fall finale, and more. As a supplement to TVLIne’s original feature stories, here are 12 other programs to keep on your radar. 

8 pm A Gifted Man (CBS) | Rita’s surprise Thanksgiving reunion with her son is interrupted when he has a motorcycle accident, and it’s up to Michael to save him. Tom Wopat (Dukes of Hazzard) guest-stars as Rita’s husband.

8 pm Chuck (NBC) | Chuck and Sarah go undercover at a Buy More »

- Matt Webb Mitovich

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CSI: NY First Look Video: Danny and Flack (Absolutely Do Not) Meet Their Match!

11 November 2011 6:48 AM, PST | | See recent news »

This Friday’s episode of CSI: NY (CBS, 9/8c) finds Danny and Flack facing their toughest foe ever…

Ok, not really. It’s just a department store security guard, but he (and his tendency to get easily winded) does set up one of the show’s funniest scenes in recent memory.

Watch a couple of New York’s finest chase down saunter after a suspect — following a rousing round of “Rock, Paper, Scissors” — in our exclusive sneak peek. (Spoiler Alert: Flack and Danny don’t even break a sweat. The same cannot be said for the aforementioned rent-a-cop.)

Click here to view the embedded video. »

- Megan Masters

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Exclusive In-Depth Chat with C. Thomas Howell Regarding MoniKa and More!

1 October 2011 1:38 AM, PDT | | See recent Dread Central news »

As a young man, he assisted a cross-dressing alien in evading the feds in Spielberg’s 1982 smash-hit E.T. The Extraterrestrial and was told to “Stay gold, Ponyboy,” in Coppola’s 1983 drama The Outsiders. He made famous the battle-cry ‘Wolverines!’ in John Milius’ 1984 Cold War flick Red Dawn and as ‘Jim Halsey’ nearly ate a french-fried finger in director Robert Harmon’s 1986 horror classic The Hitcher. Years later, and with nearly 150 titles to his credit, C. Thomas Howell sat down with us to discuss with candor his varied career as well as his role in Steven R. Monroe’s upcoming feature MoniKa. Read on!

“It’s sex, drugs and rock n’ roll, that sort of thing,” the forty-four-year-old Howell told us of his role last June on the Big Picture Soundstage, Burbank, California, set of MoniKa (then titled Hole in the Desert), which is co-executive produced by lead actress Cerina Vincent »

- SeanD.

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Sela Ward Co-Worker Drama Cast for CSI: NY

30 September 2011 10:47 AM, PDT | Boomtron | See recent Boomtron news »

Sela Ward Co-Worker Drama Cast for CSI: NY

CSI: NY has turned to Michael Weston to play a former co-worker of Jo (Sela Ward) for an episode airing November 18. Weston will be playing Frank, an FBI crime lab agent and Jo’s partner before she the left Washington and the Bureau. To spice up the drama just a smidge, Jo wasn’t on the best of terms with Frank before she departed.

TV Guide reports that Frank and Jo worked on a rape case just before she left. Frank made a mistake while processing evidence and Jo couldn’t keep quiet on the mistake. This resulted in the rapist, John Curtis (Jason Wiles), getting off scot-free. Now in the present, Curtis is at it again, this time in New York, and Frank pays Jo a visit. Let’s hope he’s not too bitter. On top of that, Sen. Matthews »

- Brody Gibson

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CSI: NY Exclusive: Michael Weston to Play Jo's Former Partner

29 September 2011 9:46 AM, PDT | TVGuide - Breaking News | See recent TVGuide - Breaking News news »

CSI: NY has booked former House and Six Feet Under actor Michael Weston to play Frank, a former FBI crime lab agent who worked with Jo (Sela Ward) in Washington, has learned exclusively.

But the duo's reunion likely won't be a happy one.

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They formerly worked together on a case involving the rape of a U.S. senator's daughter — Jo's last case before leaving the FBI for New York. Because of Frank's mistake in processing evidence — and Jo's refusal to hide the mistake — serial rapist John Curtis (Jason Wiles) was released. When Curtis strikes again in New York...

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- Adam Bryant

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Exclusive MoniKa Trailer and Stills; Director Steven R. Monroe Talks!

18 August 2011 12:27 AM, PDT | | See recent Dread Central news »

It’s been a couple of weeks since we last reported on I Spit on Your Grave director Steven R. Monroe's latest feature, MoniKa, although in touching base with the filmmaker recently he provided us with another exclusive batch of production stills as well as an exclusive trailer for the Cerina Vincent-starring revenge thriller. Read on!

Co-executive produced by actress Vincent (who appears in the titular role) with Monroe and producers Anthony Fankhauser and Corey A. Jackson, MoniKa stars Jason Wiles and C. Thomas Howell as well as Jeff Branson, Chad Lindberg and Andrew Howard (the three appeared in Monroe’s I Spit on Your Grave redux) and actors Lew Temple (The Devil’s Rejects), Shayla Beesley (Spreading Darkness), Raffaello Degruttola, Elisa Donovan and genre vet Tim Thomerson.

Said Monroe of the film’s personality as it defines itself during the post-production process (the flick wrapped on July 26th, »

- SeanD.

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Exclusive: Steven R. Monroe's Hole in the Desert Wraps; Casting Update

27 June 2011 9:22 PM, PDT | | See recent Dread Central news »

I Spit On Your Grave (2010) director Steven R. Monroe wrapped his new film Hole in the Desert this past Sunday in Burbank, CA, where Dread caught up with the writer/director on the flick’s set to get the skinny on the revenge thriller’s cast.

Co-executive produced by actress Cerina Vincent (who also stars) with Monroe and producers Anthony Fankhauser and Corey A. Jackson, Hole in the Desert also attracted the talents of prolific actor Jason Wiles (in the lead role of ‘Reagan’) and genre vet C. Thomas Howell (The Hitcher). Joining them are Jeff Branson, Chad Lindberg and Andrew Howard (the three appeared in Monroe’s I Spit On Your Grave redux), as well as actors Lew Temple (The Devil’s Rejects), Shayla Beesley (Spreading Darkness), Michael Covert, Scott Menville, Stacey Hinnen, Raffaello Degruttola and Ryan Dillion.

Stay tuned for exclusive, in-depth interviews from the set with Monroe »

- SeanD.

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Castle 3.15 "The Final Nail" Review

15 February 2011 6:20 AM, PST | | See recent news »

Oh, my goodness, there’s so much to talk about regarding last night’s “The Final Nail” that I don’t even know where to start.

I’ll be the first to admit that I wasn’t expecting this episode to be this brilliant. It’s a general rule in most shows, I believe, to have those so called “filler” episodes in which their sole function is to build a bridge to a really explosive episode. Since we had “Knockdown” just a couple of weeks ago and the highly anticipated two-parter is scheduled to air next week, I figured that “The Final Nail” would be a somewhat light or non-substantial episode, intended to fill the gap until “Setup”.

Boy, was I wrong! Because what we witnessed last night had nothing light about it. It was an intense – and tense – hour in which we dove head first into Castle’s past »

- Luciana Mangas

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Castle Review: "The Final Nail"

15 February 2011 4:32 AM, PST | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Who do you trust?

The latest installment of Castle, “The Final Nail,”  offered up this classic question. The case dealt with the murder of Castle’s former classmate's wife, causing him to be a suspect and forcing Castle to fight for his pal's innocence.

Beckett said that she had met maybe three people in her life who she knows couldn’t be a murder suspect. This got me thinking. No one wants to believe that someone they know could be a murder, but how many people are you positive couldn’t be?

Jason Wiles guest-starred and immediately caused flashbacks for me to his character from Beverly Hills, 90210. That was years ago and he still looks exactly the same. Either this guy ages well or he has a great doctor!

Having someone from Castle’s past offered the promise of a great episode, yet somehow I felt a little bored with it. »

- (Courtney Morrison)

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The TVLine-Up: TV Worth Watching This Week

14 February 2011 5:47 AM, PST | | See recent news »

Between broadcast and cable, there are exactly one kajillion different things to watch this week. We’re here to tell you about 22 of ‘em.

Monday, February 14

8/7c | Pretty Little Liars (ABC Family) | Aria’s father has a parent-teacher confab with Mr. Fitz. Dad, please don’t ask, “So, what’s my little girl best at?”

9 pm | The Chicago Code (Fox) | After one episode, you may be thinking, “Pfft, that Alderman Gibbons (played by Delroy Lindo) ain’t so shifty.” Yeah, tonight will change that.

9 pm | Being Human (Syfy) | Werewolf Josh’s new mentor, Ray, shows off the finer points of transforming. »

- Matt Webb Mitovich

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Castle Clips: "The Final Nail"

11 February 2011 10:16 AM, PST | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Castle is faced with two disturbing possibilities on Monday's new episode:

A friend of his killed his wife. Beckett has arrested an innocent man.

These options, and Castle's reactions to them, are what drive "The Final Nail." See what we mean via the following sneak peeks, as Castle arrives at the crime scene prior to Beckett, argues with her and then ponders the fate of his pal, played by Jason Wiles.

The Final Nail Clip

The Final Nail Sneak Peek

Castle vs. Beckett

Castle at Home »

- (Matt Richenthal)

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Sneak Peeks - Castle 3.15 "The Final Nail"

10 February 2011 7:04 PM, PST | | See recent news »

Next week’s episode, “The Final Nail”, will put Castle and Beckett on opposite sides of an investigation and it looks like it will not be pretty. Third Watch alum, Jason Wiles, guest stars as Castle’s old school friend, who is the prime suspect of his wife’s murder. During the investigation, our favorite dynamic duo has a nasty disagreement and Beckett sends him home because he is not being objective about the case. Castle comes to the realization that either his friend is a murderer or Beckett is making a huge mistake that could ruin an innocent man’s life.

This episode looks like it will touch on a subject that has been underlying through the past few episodes of Castle: The mutual trust between Beckett and Castle. They have been slowly letting each other in and it has been openly stated that they trust each other »

- Luciana Mangas

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Castle Episode Preview: "The Final Nail"

8 February 2011 11:40 AM, PST | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Not every episode of Castle can be one for the scrapbook. Our critic could have done without this week's installment, for example.

But "The Final Nail" has serious potential, at least based on the following ABC preview.

Jason Wiles will guest star as an old friend of Castle's... and as a murder suspect. Expect some major tension between Castle and Beckett when she continues to pursue a case against this acquaintance. Get your first look at footage from the installment now:

The Final Nail Promo »

- (Matt Richenthal)

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Photos - Castle 3.15 "The Final Nail" Promo Pics

19 January 2011 3:01 PM, PST | | See recent news »

That's right Castle fans, you Have died and gone to heaven.  Two sets of awesome promo pics for two awesome February episodes of Castle.  This set belongs to the episode "The Final Nail" airing Feburary 14th on ABC.  This one looks like a very personal case for Castle with Persons Unknown's Jason Wiles playing one of the titular author's school friends accused of murder. Remember to subscribe to our RSS or follow us on Twitter to get the latest Castle pics, clips, and more of the TV you love! As always, support us by clicking the like button and sharing the Castle goodness with all of your friends.

Castle - "The Final Nail" -- Castle and Beckett find themselves on opposite sides of the case when Castle's old school friend (guest star Jason Wiles) emerges as the prime suspect in his own wife's murder. As they work to solve the crime, »

- Jon Lachonis

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'No Ordinary Family' - No Ordinary Brother

13 January 2011 5:11 AM, PST | | See recent Airlock Alpha news »

This article may contain spoilers. In a parallel storyline, this episode addressed how friends and family make decisions that suddenly complicate our lives. Jim.s brother came to visit and discovered the family.s super-power secret; and Katie (Autumn Reeser) accepted a promotion and made plans to move to Miami with Joshua. It was not enough that Jim.s brother Mike (Jason Wiles) knew about the Powells. secret; he then chose to exploit the Powells. superhuman abilities for his own financial gain; and Katie and Joshua.s (Josh Stewart) decision to move away left both Steph (Julie Benz) and Dr. King (Stephen Collins) scrambling over the idea of continuing their work without them. It was painful to see how unprepared Jim (Michael Chiklis) and Steph were for these unexpected calamities. »

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No Ordinary Family Promo: Meet Uncle Mike

5 January 2011 11:28 AM, PST | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

The first No Ordinary Family episode of 2011 made it clear: the life of a superhero can be lonely.

But Jim will get some company next week, as his brother (played by Jason Wiles) pays a visit - and is actually told about the unique abilities of his relatives.

Rebecca Mader (Lost) will also guest star on "No Ordinary Brother," portraying the Human Resources VP who gives Katie a promotion. Elsewhere, Daphne thinks a student accused of drug use is innocent. Get an early look at the installment now:

No Ordinary Brother Promo »

- (Matt Richenthal)

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