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Fornell gets a very rude awakening in this exclusive sneak peek from the midseason finale of CBS’ NCIS — and Gibbs is quite fine with it, thank you.
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In the above clip from “The Tie That Binds” (airing Tuesday at 8/7c), Emily Fornell (returning guest star Juliette Angelo) pays her convalescing father (played by Joe Spano) a visit, armed with a very special wake-up call. (And that’s not the only surprise she has for Dad.) Mark Harmon’s Gibbs meanwhile is beseeched to help his roommate with some physical therapy, »
If you tune in to this week’s Big Bang Theory expecting to find Bernadette in stirrups and threatening to rain eternal damnation down on Howard for getting her pregnant in the first place, you’re going to be a wee bit disappointed. According to showrunner Steve Molaro, Thursday’s fall finale — which finds Howard and Bernadette welcoming their first child into the world — won’t actually take viewers into the delivery room during the birth.
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“That’s an arena that has been covered fairly well on many shows over the years, »
One of the 2 Broke Girls is getting a new man in her life.
Christopher Gorham (Covert Affairs) is joining the current Season 6 of the CBS sitcom in a recurring role, according to our sister site Deadline. He’ll play Bobby, a good-natured contractor who hits it off with Caroline (Beth Behrs). Gorham’s already begun filming on the show; he’ll make his debut in January.
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Covert Affairs alum Christopher Gorham has joined the sixth-season cast of CBS’ hit comedy 2 Broke Girls in a recurring role. He’ll play Bobby, a friendly, affable contractor with a relaxed, easygoing manner and a good sense of humor who hits it off with Caroline (Beth Behrs). Gorham is shooting this week, with his first episode slated to air in January. Behrs and Kat Dennings star in the comedy about the unlikely friendship that develops between two very different young… »
Noble intentions alone do not a great movie make, as evidenced by “Po,” whose heart is in the right place but whose drama is woefully lacking in momentum. Written by Colin Goldman and directed by John Asher (both of whom have autistic children), this low-key feature concerns a single father trying to care for his sixth-grade son, who suffers from a severe case of autism. Considering its characters’ plights with respect and empathy, the film — embellished by a graceful Burt Bacharach score — is well-meaning but, on the whole, intensely inert, and should generate little interest in a heavily crowded award-season indie marketplace.
Bacharach’s “Close to You” cascades over the opening sequence of “Po,” which cross-cuts between David Wilson (Christopher Gorham) grieving at his wife’s funeral, and David’s autistic son Po (Julian Feder) being bullied, and then sitting alone, on the school playground. Despite their kindred unhappiness, the two are a close pair, »
- Nick Schager
Po screens Sunday, Nov. 13 at 1:00pm at the Tivoli Theatre as part of this year’s St. Louis International Film Festival. Director John Asher and actor Julian Feder will be in attendance. Ticket information can be found Here. Based on a true story, Po tests the bonds of love between a grieving father and son. When David Wilson’s young wife falls victim to cancer, he is left a single working dad with the sole responsibility of caring for his autistic son. Patrick (Julian Feder), who prefers to be called Po, is a gifted but challenged child who was very close to his mother and unable to communicate his own sense of loss. As father and son struggle to deal with life after mom, they each begin to withdraw. David (Christopher Gorham) is consumed by the high-pressure job he’s close to losing, and Po copes with the bullying »
- Tom Stockman
Until very recently, The Flash was a popular comic book character predominantly unknown to mainstream Film and Television audiences. However, this was inevitably something that was due to change sooner or later. Any enthusiastic comic reader will tell you that they always knew Warner Bros. would utilize the scarlet speedster eventually. But to be honest, common sense and sound logic would also bring you to the same conclusion given the sheer popularity (and lucrative nature) of superheroes at present.
But let’s not forget, there are only so many times that you can watch Thomas and Martha Wayne get murdered before you begin to crave more. So, like Iron Man, Captain America and even Green Arrow before him, The Flash has now been placed at the forefront of pop culture and media entertainment. Considering the character has a vast range of abilities, story lines, incarnations and over seventy-five years’ worth of history, »
- Ben Read
Christopher Gorham is coming to Syfy. Deadline reports the Covert Affairs star has been cast in season two of The Magicians.Based on the books by Lev Grossman, the supernatural drama is set at the secret Brakebills University for students of magical ability. The cast includes Jason Ralph, Stella Maeve, Olivia Taylor Dudley, Hale Appleton, Arjun Gupta, Summer Bishil, Rick Worthy, Anne Dudek, Jade Tailor, and Esme Bianco.Read More… »
Arrow is plotting a mother of a reunion for its 100th episode.
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The milestone hour will welcome back Susanna Thompson, who played Moira Queen in the first two seasons of the CW series, Entertainment Weekly reports.
It’s anyone’s guess how Moira will reappear — when last we saw her, she was being killed by Deathstroke — but given Arrow‘s affinity for flashbacks, it’s probably safe to assume we’ll be seeing a past version of Oliver and Thea’s mother. Or given that the episode »
Covert Affairs alum Christopher Gorham is set for a recurring role on the second season of Syfy’s The Magicians. Based on the bestselling novels from Lev Grossman, The Magicians centers on Quentin (Jason Ralph), a brilliant grad student chosen to attend Brakebills College for Magical Pedagogy, a secret upstate New York university specializing in magic. Gorham will play Sen. John Gaines, who discovers he's in possession of unusual abilities. Gorham is in post-production on… »
Popular premiered in 1999 and was cancelled in 2001, after two seasons on The WB. The teen comedy-drama features popular cheerleader Brooke McQueen (Leslie Bibb) and nerdy high school journalist Sam McPherson (Carly Pope). The two are forced to live together, when Sam's mom, Jane (Lisa Darr) gets engaged to Brooke's dad, Mike (Scott Bryce). The cast also included: Tamara Mello, Christopher Gorham, Sara Rue, Bryce Johnson, Tammy Lynn Michaels, Leslie Grossman, and the late Ron Lester.Popular was successful writer-producer Ryan Murphy's first foray into TV. The American Horror Story and American Crime Story created, co-created Popular with Lisa Matthews. Murphy tells EW that during the show's run, The WB was "relentlessly homophobic," toward the TV series.Read More… »
At&T Audience Network is going Full Circle. Recently, the network announced season three of the series will premiere in September.The drama "focuses on the complexity of human interaction where 10 people's lives intertwine and intersect until they come to a devastating and shocking conclusion." Season three will focus on national politics and take place in Miami during the Democratic primary. The cast includes Dougray Scott, Kim Raver, Harold Perrineau, and Christopher Gorham.Read More… »
Christopher Gorham is making his directorial debut with “Sally” and will play an author who is ashamed to have secretly written the “Siren” series of young adult romance novels that chronicle the love story between a young woman and a merman. The novels have been written under the pen name, Sally Carmichael.
Hilton plays himself. He will travel to Park City to interview an international film star, played by Roche, about playing the merman in the film adaptation of Sally Carmichael’s books — while smelling a much bigger story.
The PerezHilton.com blog amasses over 300 million hits a month. Hilton runs additional digital properties focused on fashion, fitness, family and animals.
- Dave McNary
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NBC's Grimm TV show's sixth season premieres Friday, October 28, 2016. So said co-star Bitsie Tulloch, speaking in a Facebook video chat she did last week with Sebastian Roché. Watch it, below. To give itself scheduling room, so far NBC has only ordered 13 episodes of Grimm, season six. The two-part season five finale's title, "The Beginning of the End," could indicate the supernatural police procedural fantasy drama is drawing to a close sooner rather than later.
Roché, who guest-starred in Grimm season one, episode 18, "Cat and Mouse," as Edgar Waltz is playing Reichsminister Martin Heusmann in the upcoming second season of The Man in the High Castle on Amazon. Tulloch is working with Roché, Jack McBrayer, and Paula Marshall, on Christopher Gorham's feature film, We Love You, Sally Carmichael, currently shooting in Utah. The Grimm TV series cast also includes: David »
The death of “Varsity Blues” and “Popular” star Ron Lester, who died Friday at age 45, has prompted a flood of tributes from his costars, with Leslie Bibb, Christopher Gorham and other colleagues sharing their grief and memories on social media. Bibb, who played Brooke McQueen opposite Lester’s Michael “Sugar Daddy” Bernardino on the TV series “Popular” from 1999 to 2001, recalled, “Ron Lester was the sweetest, huggiest, kindest boy in the world…we will miss you ‘Sugar Daddy’!” Added fellow “Popular” costar Carly Pope, “Heartache. For all who knew his bold and bright light, we are ever lucky. Shine on in. »
- Tim Kenneally
According to TMZ, the Georgia native had been hospitalized in Dallas for the past four months.
With shooting starting this summer in Utah, Gorham is making his directorial debut with “Sally” and will play an author who is ashamed to have secretly written the “Siren” series of young adult romance novels that chronicle the love story between a young woman and a merman. The novels have been written under the pen name, Sally Carmichael.
Roche, best known for “The Originals” and “The Man in the High Castle,” has been cast as an international movie star who develops an obsession with the author that threatens to unravel his carefully crafted life of anonymity.
McBrayer is joining “Sally” as the author’s kind, »
- Dave McNary
“Sally Carmichael” will shoot in Utah this summer. Gorham will portray an author who is ashamed to have secretly written an incredibly popular series of young adult romance novels that chronicle the epic love story between a human girl and a merman — all under the pen name, Sally Carmichael. When he is forced to meet a top box office star about the movie adaptation of a Sally Carmichael book, the author’s carefully built life of anonymity starts crumbling down around him. »
- Dave McNary
Directed by Sam Liu.
Featuring the voice talents of Jon Bernthal, Taissa Farmiga, Jason O’Mara, Jerry O’Connell, Rosario Dawson, Christopher Gorham, Shemar Moore, Sean Maher, Stuart Allan, Brandon Soo Hoo, Jake T. Austin, Kari Wahlgren, Laura Bailey, Steven Blum, Terrence C. Carson and Rick D. Wasserman.
Robin is sent to work with the Teen Titans after his volatile behavior botches up a Justice League mission. The Titans must then step up to face Trigon after he possesses the League and threatens to conquer the world.
While DC is just starting their cinematic universe, the animated movie universe has been going for a couple years now and their latest adventure pits them with the Teen Titans. Justice League vs. Teen Titans introduces viewers to the more mystical side of the DC universe as the Teen Titans have to save the world from a »
- Ricky Church
Now that the DC Animated Universe has solidified its characters and reality, it makes sense to go exploring. After all, if there’s a Robin, surely there must be other teen heroes. We meet some of them in the newly released Justice League vs Teen Titans.
Robin (Stewart Allen) is the focal point as his go-it-alone and I-know-better-than-everyone-else attitude actually gets him into trouble on a case that foreshadows the arrival of the demon Trigon (Jon Bernthal). A frustrated Batman (Jason O’Mara) arranges for Damian to spend time with Starfire (Kari Wahlgren) and the Teen Titans. Interestingly, this interpretation of the Tamaranean princess positions her a caring, mentor figure as opposed to the current fish-out-of-water incarnation or the innocent warrior she was originally seen as. She is training the next generation composed of the Jamie Reyes Blue Beetle (Jake T. Austin), Beast Boy (Brandon Soo Hoo), and Raven (Taissa Farmiga).
As you would expect, »
- Robert Greenberger
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