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Jamie Bamber is set to land in Rizzoli & Isles‘ crosshairs, with a multi-episode run on the TNT drama.
TVLine has learned exclusively that the British Battlestar Galactica alum will guest-star as Paul Wescourt, a successful prosecutor who is accused of killing his mistress.
Bamber will make his debut in Season 5′s summer finale (airing Sept. 2) and then also appear in the first episode back from the midseason break.
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In addition to his run as BSG‘s Apollo, »
TVLine has learned that the Walking Dead alumna has landed the female guest-starring lead in Season 3′s seventh episode, which will introduce her as Ann McGinnis, the second in command of the Lapd’s “Sob” unit.
A former Air Force Officer, McGinnis moved rapidly up the Lapd chain-of-command due to her intense focus on mission-oriented leadership. »
Clarke will assume the role of Tracy Lawton, a character who was introduced in the 12th season of the original series and was played by Beth Toussaint. In the original series, McKay was introduced in 1988 as a love interest for Bobby Ewing (Patrick Duffy), and it was later revealed that she was in fact the daughter of Ewing’s rival Carter McKay (George Kennedy).
- Chancellor Agard
The new season of Million Dollar Listing: Los Angeles will include some cast changes including the departure of Madison Hildebrand. Madison was part of the show since the beginning, from when it was more about real estate than about the realtors’ personalities. In his time on the show, we followed him as he came to terms with his sexuality.
According to The Wrap, E! is likely to cancel Hello Ross, even though it just signed Ross Mathews to a two-year deal. Thewrap says that Mathews was eyed as a replacement for Chelsea Handler, but the channel would like to have a complete break with Handler, who produces Hello Ross.
Melinda Clarke will be appearing on Dallas next season. She’ll »
- Lyle Masaki
Melinda Clarke, who is perhaps best known as either Faith Taylor on “Days of Our Lives” or Julie Cooper on “The O.C.,” has signed on to join TNT's “Dallas,” TheWrap has learned. Also read: TNT's ‘Last Ship’ Lands Cable's Top Series Debut Ratings This Year Clarke portrays a character named Tracey McKay, and will make her “Dallas” debut on Sept. 8. She will appear in two episodes total when the show launches the back half of its third season on Aug. 18. The character of Tracey Lawton, as played by Beth Toussaint, was introduced in the 12th season of the original “Dallas” as. »
- Jason Hughes
American Idol‘s ratings and cultural relevance might be under siege, but its core team will continue to fight the tuneful fight for Season 14.
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“Jennifer, Keith, Harry and Ryan are the very best in the business at what they do, and I’m thrilled that they are returning »
Melinda Clarke is bringing a blast from the past to Dallas.
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Tracey was previously played by Beth Toussaint during Seasons 12 and 13 of the long-running nighttime soap’s original incarnation.
Clarke — whose credits also include The O.C. and CSI — will appear in two episodes, beginning Sept. 8.
Dallas resumes Season 3 on Aug. 18.
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There’s something special about spotting that unforgettable seductress who strolls across the screen and completely ignites the hormonal interest of the viewer. You’ve seen her...
And chances are you’ve sought out more of her work, paused the film when the gratuitous nude shot arrives, and hell, maybe even tracked down a poster, just to be as close as possible, for as long as possible.
Hey, we’re guys (ladies, this article may not completely appeal to you; my advance warning, in case the title didn’t deter you). We’re drawn to lovely ladies. Even vile, evil ladies. Looks can and have killed. Here’s a little proof.
Species (1995) - Natasha Henstridge: Tall, blonde, well-endowed with presence that could intimidate George Clooney, Natasha Henstridge turned the heads of the male populace in 1995 as she tackled the character of moody alien/femme fatale, Sil/Eve in the underrated sci-fi/horror hybrid Species. »
- Matt Molgaard
8 items from 2014
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