10 items from 2013
New Criminal Minds season 9,episode 6 intense spoilers & clips hit the net. Last night, CBS dropped the new spoilers and sneak peek/spoiler clip (below) for their upcoming "Criminal Minds" episode 6 of season 9. The episode is entitled, "In The Blood," and it appears to be quite wild and crazy as an intense witch hunt psycho arrives on the scene, and more. In the new "In The Blood" episode, When the Bau investigates victims of possible ritualistic murders in Utah, clues will lead them to believe that the UnSub they are looking for, might have a fascination with the Salem Witch Trials. Also, Garcia will prepare for a “Day of the Dead” celebration at her apartment. Guest stars will include: James Immekus as Leland, Tom Irwin as Sgt. Joe Mahaffey, Jeff Griggs as Herbert Sykes, Peggy Dunne as Linda Grunwell, M.E., Sarah Jane Morris as Yvonne Carpenter, Catilin Carmichael as Kylie, »
With Criminal Minds firmly within the CBS family of crime procedurals, it makes perfect sense Sarah Jane Morris would be invited to do a guest spot in the upcoming ninth season. There was a time when Morris played an agent on the networks No. 1 rated drama, NCIS. Now that NCIS is firmly in her past, Morris is more than welcome to lend her talents to other CBS procedurals and Criminal Minds just happens to be the one to extend the invitation. However, though I wish this could be a crossover and Morris would play her NCIS character, she’ll be playing someone new. Though less exciting, it’s still enough to get me jived about her appearance.
According to TVLine, Morris will guest star in Episode 6 of Season 9, where she will play the target of the killer of the week. It would be nice if we knew more about her intended killer, »
- Brody Gibson
Sarah Jane Morris has booked a return to CBS.
The series returns on Wednesday, September 25.
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Matt Richenthal)
Onetime NCIS agent Sarah Jane Morris will find herself looking down the wrong end of a gun barrel (or a harpoon spear, or a human marionette pulley, or whatever twisted modus homicidii is at play) when she guest-stars on CBS’ Criminal Minds this fall.
Morris will appear in the sixth episode of Season 9 as a target of the killer du jour, TVLine has learned.
- Matt Webb Mitovich
An new pilot in development over at A&E may just echo the presence of Fox “Spooky” Mulder on the small screen. The pilot is called Occult and NCIS alumnus Sarah Jane Morris will spirit up a performance.
That tidbit was the first item to get my attention. Ready for the second? The pilot will star Josh Lucas. Can I get a woot, woot? I’m a Lucas fan. How can you not like those soulful blue eyes. The actor was the best thing about the short lived series modeled after The Firm.
- Sasha Nova
It’s always great news when a show idea we’ve been following actually starts casting; it gets us thinking that the thing might actually get made. We first told you about Occult, a pilot picked up by A&E, last fall. It’s a Michael Bay (Transformers) -produced series about an FBI occult crimes task force, centering on FBI Agent Dolan, who joins the new unit upon his return from administrative leave, so ordered after going off the deep end while investigating his wife’s disappearance.
(L-r) Morris, Lucas, Collins
Word now comes from TVLine that things are moving along in the casting department, with the most recent hire being Sarah Jane Morris (NCIS) as that missing wife. So presumably we’ll be seeing her in flashbacks, or… hmm!
- Erin Willard
Or will it…? [Cue spooky X-Files theme]
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Thing is, as the series opens, Dolan is returning from leave after going off the deep end while investigating… his wife Rebekah’s disappearance. :-O
Now back on the job, Dolan »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
Are you enjoying Body of Proof‘s fresh blood? Then you’ll want to check out the following exclusive photo, in which new players Mark Valley (Human Target) and Elyes Gabel (Game of Thrones) join the cast of the ABC drama for a morgue-set group shot.
Both characters are sure of themselves; Valley is a onetime love interest of Megan’s who transfers to Philadelphia to win her back, while Gabel plays the smart, cocky Det. Adam Schaeffer. How do you think they mesh with Megan and her team?
Check out the first look below, »
- Vlada Gelman
Even with a midseason return and a shorter run this time, Dana Delany is happy her latest series still has life.
It actually can be considered a new life, since the ABC medical mystery "Body of Proof" will reflect significant changes as its third season starts Tuesday, Feb. 19. Delany's Dr. Megan Hunt will be without several colleagues who were present from the show's start: Peter Dunlop (Nicholas Bishop), her investigator, who was stabbed by an enemy of Megan's in the Season 2 finale, and homicide detectives Bud Morris and Samantha Baker (John Carroll Lynch, Sonja Sohn).
Police work will remain a factor in "Body of Proof," though ... a bigger factor, in fact, given the main cast addition. Mark Valley ("Human Target," "Boston Legal") worked previously with Delany on the short-lived Fox serial "Pasadena," and their reunion makes him Tommy Sullivan, an investigator with whom Megan has a personal past -- a »
When ABC’s Body of Proof premieres its rejiggered Season 3 next Tuesday at 10/9c, among the new faces is one all-too-familiar to Dr. Megan Hunt — belonging as it does to the man who years ago broke her heart, police detective Tommy Sullivan (played by Human Target‘s Mark Valley). Here’s a first look at the ex-lovers’ partially unexpected reunion.
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What brings Tommy from New York City to not just Philadelphia, but the police detail working Megan’s beat? Is he looking to rekindle their romance? Those »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
10 items from 2013
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