Will Peralta and Santiago get together on Brooklyn Nine-Nine? — Constance
It won’t be long before Jake returns to the 9-9, but he’ll be a little busy taking down mobsters to focus on his love life. Of course, the big elephant in the room is addressed, but
According to TVLine, Fonteno will play Reverend Boland, a Catholic priest in Manhattan who has been an advisor to Captain Frank Irving (Orlando Jones) for many years. Fonteno will appear in episodes 8 and 10.
Noble will make his debut in Monday's "The Sin Eater" as the mysterious Henry Parrish, a man who knows plenty about how Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) can cut his blood tie to the Headless horseman.
"Sleepy Hollow" airs Mondays at 9 p.m. Et/Pt on Fox.
David Fonteno, who recurs on the acclaimed CBS legal drama, will guest-star on Fox’s Sleepy Hollow as Reverend Boland, TVLine has learned exclusively.
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The Reverend is a Catholic Priest living in Manhattan who has seen a lot in his life. It will be revealed that he has been an advisor to Orlando Jones’ Captain Frank Irving for a number of years.
Fonteno — whose other TV credits include Blue Bloods, Royal Pains
According to The Huffington Post, Jeffrey Tambor (Arrested Development) will guest star on the September 29 premiere of the CBS drama as a judge who's in charge of a case involving the death penalty.
The veteran actor joins a long line of famous names who have presided over cases on The Good Wife, including Denis O'Hare, Ana Gasteyer, David Fonteno and Jerry Stiller.
The Good Wife, meanwhile, has been building up quite the casting resume this summer in preparation for Season 5.
Melissa George will play an ethics counselor in the Peter Florrick administration. Juliet Rylance will play a love interest for Kalinda. And Ben Rappaport will portray a member of Alicia and Cary's new firm.
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Case of the Week
Dylan Stack is a man being prosecuted by the U.S. Treasury Department. They want the identity of his client, a person who invented an online currency called Bitcoin because inventing your own currency is illegal. Stack claims attorney-client privilege in not having to reveal his client's identity, so the Treasury Department starts claiming Stack is Mr. Bitcoin.
Kalinda is front and center, as she goes hunting for Mr. Bitcoin herself and is able to demonstrate that the Treasury guys don't actually think Stack is Bitcoin because they are tailing her in the hopes of finding the real identity. It's pretty slick.
And in the end, Kalinda reveals to Stack (and us) that she knows he's behind Bitcoin along with two other cryptographers.
“Morning Glory” also stars Vanessa Aspillaga, Noah Bean, Jack Davidson, Jeff Hiller, Linda Powell, Joseph J. Vargas, Jerome Weinsteinm, Steve Park, David Wolos-Fonteno and Patti D’Arbanville from director Roger Michell and writer Aline Brosh McKenna. The film opens everywhere on Nov. 10, 2010.
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The movie poster for “Morning Glory” with Rachel McAdams, Harrison Ford and Diane Keaton.
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