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TVLine has learned exclusively that the actress has landed the recurring Season 2 role of Allison, the Deputy Secretary of Defense who is actively seeking a solution to the animal crisis… and who shares a surprising history with Mitch (played by Billy Burke).
Defiance vet Tony Curran will guest-star in the final two episodes of Season 4 as Joshua Vikner, an economics professor who has more than an academic interest in the villainess, TVLine has learned exclusively.
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Professor Vikner has much to teach Sherlock and his father, Morland, about the past, in addition to playing a large role in their future.
Haaaaaave you ever wondered how How I Met Your Dad might have turned out had it snagged a series order? Well, now you don’t have to!
RelatedAlyson Hannigan Named New Host of Penn & Teller: Fool Us at the CW
The “kindred spirit” to How I Met Your Mother was shelved by CBS after being developed in 2014, but the script has made its way online. The pilot, which starred indie film darling Greta Gerwig (Frances Ha) and was narrated by rom-com vet Meg Ryan (When Harry Met Sally), is not an exact replica of the Mothership’s own pilot episode, »
RelatedCBS Renews 11 Shows, But No Decision on Freshman Series Yet
As seen in the above sneak peek from this Wednesday’s episode (CBS, 10/9c), The O.C. alum Reeser and Gil McKinney (Friday Night Lights) play Susie and John Davis, newlyweds who used a crowdfunding website to finance their dream honeymoon. Alas, wedded bliss may not be in the cards for the disappeared couple, as Jack, Monty et al come to fear.
What mistake did the super-social lovebirds make that perhaps invited an »
You could put Supergirl under the Black Mercy’s spell a dozen times, or pump her full of Red Kryptonite, and you still wouldn’t wind up in an alternate universe where she willingly works alongside Cat Grant and Maxwell Lord.
But desperate times call for desperate measures, as seen in the CBS drama’s penultimate Season 1 episode. With most of National City succumbing to Non’s new initiative, Kara faces a whole — forgive me — myriad of problems in Monday’s installment, forcing her to align with Max and Cat, the only two denizens who aren’t affected by the signal. »
CBS’ NCIS took a trip this week — some 2,800 miles east, to film on location in Washington, D.C. And reportedly with a very special guest star.
RelatedNCIS: Did We Just Find Out How Tony Will Exit?
The Washington Post says that a photojournalist on Sunday spotted and struck up a conversation with NCIS star Mark Harmon, outside the White House. Harmon is said to have disclosed that TV’s most watched drama would be filming outside, and then inside, 1600 Pennsylvania on Monday.
Harmon reportedly also shared that First Lady Michelle Obama will be a part of one of the scenes. »
This Valentine’s weekend, the weather forecast is going to be extra-chilly, so why not spend some time cozying on the couch? The Valentine experts at Hallmark Channel have a wonderful weekend planned, complete with enough sweet love stories to make you melt. The Hallmark Channel Valentine TV Schedule is filled with a weekend’s-worth of movie marathons, so put on your coziest clothes, pour yourself a glass of wine, and enjoy spark-filled nights with your favorite stars. On Saturday Feb. 13, Autumn Reeser stars in Valentine Ever After (9pm Et/Pt) In the rom-com about a girl’s weekend gone wrong, big city girls … Continue reading →
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7 items from 2016
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