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'NCIS' star loves 'bad influence' men

29 November 2010 6:18 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Actress Cote de Pablo has confessed that she loves the fact her boyfriend is a bad influence on her. The NCIS star claimed that despite boyfriend Diego Serrano's partying ways she enjoys the differences between them. "He's the worst influence that I have ever had in my life, and I love him for it," People quotes de Pablo as saying. "My partner's idea of fun is to (more) »

- By Tom Ayres

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NCIS's Cote de Pablo Loves Her Boyfriend for Being a Bad Influence

29 November 2010 5:00 AM, PST | | See recent news »

People love to talk about how their partner makes them a better person. Cote de Pablo, refreshingly enough, cherishes her boyfriend for the opposite reason. "I'm in a long-term relationship with [actor] Diego Serrano, and I'm very happy. He's the worst influence that I have ever had in my life, and I love him for it," the NCIS actress, 31, tells Prevention magazine in its January issue, on newsstands Nov. 30. "Every once in a while, he turns to me and goes, 'Live a little.' I'll have chicken with broccoli and he's like, 'What about the chocolate cake?' If it weren't for him, »

- Tim Nudd

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'NCIS' Fan Columnist: Daddy Dearest

17 November 2010 2:38 AM, PST | | See recent BuddyTV news »

In "Enemies Foreign" Mossad head, Eli David (Michael Nouri) has come to Washington. Not to visit his daughter Ziva (Cote de Pablo). This pair are as estranged as ever the word meant. How would you feel if your father left you in the dessert to die, hmm?


Eli is in town ostensibly to attend an NCIS review conference -- something he could have done via video. So why come to America? »


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NCIS Promo: "Enemies Foreign"

10 November 2010 9:50 AM, PST | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

As we discussed in our NCIS review, Ziva's history nearly came back to haunt her when some shady Middle Eastern arms dealers recognized her in last night's episode.

Next week, there's no question that the Israeli native's past takes center stage as her father, Eli David, attends an NCIS conference, which leads to some big surprises.

Michael Nouri reprises the role of Eli, while Sarai Givaty also guest stars as their country's intelligence liaison, charged with protecting the controversial Mossad chief.

For more on this two-part story arc, check out these interviews with Cote De Pablo (Ziva) and Rocky Carroll (Vance). Then see the first promo for "Enemies Foreign" below ...

Enemies Foreign Promo »

- (Steve Marsi)

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Cote de Pablo Previews "Explosive" NCIS Story Arc

8 November 2010 10:16 AM, PST | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

After a week off, NCIS returns tomorrow night with new episodes. While this week's installment will surely be excellent (anything short of that is a rarity), it's the two-part story arc to come on November 16 and November 23 that really has fans buzzing.

That's because those two weeks will focus on Ziva and the return of her father Eli. Cote de Pablo, who plays Ziva, gave an interview with Latina previewing these developments, whether there's anything in store for Tiva and much more. Here's the Q&A ...

Q: We hear there are two big episodes coming up for Ziva.

Cote: It’s a two-part episode where the whole Israeli team comes back from Israel, including Ziva's father. So obviously that’s going to be a big thing for Ziva because she finally gets to confront her father for sending her away on, basically, what I would call a suicide mission.

They »

- (L.J. Gibbs)

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'Vampire Diaries' creator gets a new deal; 'Prison Break' bad guy joins A&E's 'Breakout Kings'

5 November 2010 4:46 PM, PDT | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

Start your weekend with a heaping helping of TV snacks ...

"The Vampire Diaries" co-creator Kevin Williamson has signed a new deal with Warner Bros. TV. The three-year contract will keep him in place as the showrunner of "Tvd" (along with co-creator Julie Plec) while he also develops new projects for the studio. [Deadline]

Former "Prison Break" star Robert Knepper will reprise his T-Bag character on A&E's forthcoming series "Breakout Kings." The show is about a group of U.S. marshals who work with ex-cons to help catch fugitives, T-Bag among them. [EW]

Arthur Bernard Lewis, a TV writer on "Dallas," "The Streets of San Francisco" and other shows, died last week at the age of 84. He penned the 1980 episode of "Dallas" that revealed who shot J.R. Ewing (Larry Hagman), which at the time was the highest-rated TV episode ever. [Hollywood Reporter]

"NCIS" star Cote de Pablo will get blown up real good in an upcoming story arc. »


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NCIS Exclusive: Girl Power!

2 November 2010 6:54 AM, PDT | TVGuide - Breaking News | See recent TVGuide - Breaking News news »

Pauley Perrette's lab rate Abby has been let loose in the NCIS squad room. In a scene she's shooting for a big two-part episode airing November 16 and 23, she's trying to play pin the tail on the bomber. Pointing to a video of a suspect playing on a computer screen, she blurts out to Sean Murray's McGee, "He just confessed he knew how to make the murder weapon! I mean, how many people know how to make a homemade Claymore mine?"

"In this room?" asks McGee. A couple of visiting Israeli agents raise their hands. So does Cote de Pablo, as NCIS team member Ziva David. Then, sheepishly, so does Abby herself. "Ok, fine," she mutters, reluctantly withdrawing her point.

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Perrette and de Pablo may be easy on the eyes, but they can be hard-asses, too. In a medium »

- Chris Willman

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NCIS Review: Always Leave 'Em Wanting More

20 October 2010 5:19 AM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Whether it's Tiva moments or good old-fashioned crime-solving mixed with laughs you're after, NCIS always leaves you wanting more. That's no small feat after seven-plus seasons.

"Dead Air" was particularly strong in that it was our first truly Ziva-centric episode of the season, both professionally and personally. As usual, Cote de Pablo shined in every scene.

Just your knee? We have our doubts, Dinozzo ...

Tony's body wasn't prepared for the rigors of suburban sleuthing.

Focusing on domestic, suburban terrorists marked a nice change of pace from NCIS, and very Arlington Road-esque (a parallel that did not escape Tony before he lost his voice).

The mission of Mah (Military At Home) was to keep America's military and resources on the home front, and they planned to set off a bomb on U.S. soil to deliver that message.

Of course, in typical NCIS fashion, the person killed at the onset, »

- (L.J. Gibbs)

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Sarai Givaty to Guest Star on NCIS

17 October 2010 12:07 PM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Looks like NCIS' Ziva David is being replaced, personally and professionally.

No, Cote de Pablo's character is not leaving the show. But Israeli actress/model Sarai Givaty has just been cast in a multi-episode story arc next month as Liat, an Israeli intelligence office liaison charged with keeping Ziva’s father, Eli David, dad out of harm’s way.

Sarai Givaty is the new Ziva ... on the Mossad side, that is.

Naturally, this being Ziva, she does what any smart, self-confident tough chick would: She has a knock-down, drag-out fight with the new “her.” Hmm. Our money's on Z.

This casting news, courtesy of EW, offers yet another clue about Vance's story line and the return of Eli David scheduled for this fall. It will be interesting to watch unfold.

There's also the matter of who she's been conversing with since her stint in Miami, which is bound »

- (L.J. Gibbs)

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'NCIS' exec teases Michael Nouri return

5 October 2010 8:13 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

The executive producer of NCIS has dropped hints about Michael Nouri's return to the show. Speaking to Fancast, Shane Brennan explained that the reappearance of Nouri's character Eli David will be linked to the upcoming storyline involving Ziva (Cote de Pablo). However, he added: "Be prepared for a double episode that takes one of our characters into a dark and dangerous past." (more) »

- By Catriona Wightman

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“NCIS’”Rocky Carroll feels luck to have been in Hollywood 20 years

25 September 2010 11:07 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

By Marilyn Beck and Stacy Jenel Smith Look for a major two-part storyline ahead on “NCIS,” in which “we’re going to deal with Cote de Pablo’s character, Ziva, and her father, who is the head of Mossad,” reports the series’ Rocky Carroll. It’s so big, it will also tie in with Carroll’s other show, “NCIS Los Angeles.”

Playing NCIS Director Leon Vance, the boss on two series, “People have the idea that I practically have to Medevac from one set to the other, but it’s not that way. The fact my shooting schedule is not nearly as grueling as others’ is what makes it possible for me to go back and forth. I like to say I have the greatest part-time job in television,” says the amiable Carroll.

He says he feels lucky indeed, in fact. “I’ve been in Hollywood 20 years now »

- Beck / Smith

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'NCIS' Ziva 'to reunite with father'

23 September 2010 2:45 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

The executive producer of NCIS has confirmed that Ziva will reunite with her father in an upcoming episode. The Israeli special agent (played by Cote De Pablo) was believed to be killed in Somalia but was rescued by the NCIS team in the seventh season premiere. "[She] comes face-to-face with her father for the first time since her return from Israel," explained producer Shane Brennan. "It's an emotion-charged (more) »

- By Morgan Jeffery

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Gibbs' Past Takes Center Stage as NCIS Returns

21 September 2010 10:39 AM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

NCIS returns for its eighth season tonight, with skeletons from Leroy Jethro Gibbs' past leaving his father - and potentially the rest of the team - with huge targets on their backs.

How will he get out of this one?

Executive producer Shane Brennan says Jackson Gibbs (Ralph Waite) will be front and center, and it will be clear where our man gets his fighting spirit and independent streak.

"It's a big opening," Brennan tells TV Guide of the season premiere. "I advise every fan of the show to sit down and watch that first minute. It's explosive. We finish up that story, and we'll quickly get back into showing NCIS as the team it's always been."

The first minute? As if we weren't intrigued enough!

The bad news, however, is that Gibbs' team members feel threatened when their investigation of a helicopter pilot's murder leads Gibbs & Co. back to »

- (L.J. Gibbs)

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Exclusive: Lizzy Caplan Talks The Last Rites of Ransom Pride

10 September 2010 5:35 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Lizzy Caplan recalls taking on the female lead in this action-packed Western ode to Tarantino and Peckinpah

Tiller Russell's action-packed Western The Last Rites of Ransom Pride seemingly shot forth from out of nowhere, quietly amassing a cult audience that has fallen in love with its rich, atmospheric photography and its hearty scenes of violent mayhem. Lizzy Caplan, who rose to fame in Cloverfield and put in stellar work on the short-lived but much loved Starz sitcom Party Down, stars as the film's protagonist, a tough-talking, quick-drawing cowgirl out for revenge.

Its not often that we see a female lead in a Western, and it certainly adds an honest and unique flavor to the adventure that Lizzy's Juliette Flowers embarks upon in The Last Rites of Ransom Pride. With an ensemble cast that also includes Kris Kristofferson, Dwight Yoakam, Scott Speedman, Peter Dinklage, and Jason Priestley, Tiller Russell has »

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'The Last Rites of Ransom Pride' - get a rope

7 September 2010 11:21 AM, PDT | Planet Fury | See recent Planet Fury news »

This modern, visceral Western with a female lead is will be at the upcoming Arizona Underground Film Festival later this month. The official synopsis reads only, "A bunch of despicable bastards and two bad bitches cuss and kill each other..."

It all starts when Juliette Flowers swears to bring the body of Ransom Pride home to Texas after he's gunned down in the streets of Mexico. But to do so, she must battle a murderous Reverend, a wicked outlaw, two savage bounty hunters and a vicious Mexican Bruja. With the help of opium smoking Siamese twins, a shotgun-toting dwarf, and Ransom s crackshot younger brother, Juliette spills blood on the border to honor her oath to Ransom Pride.

Directed by Tiller Russell, and stars Lizzy Caplan, Kris Kristofferson, W. Earl Brown, Scott Speedman, Dwight Yoakam, Cote de Pablo. and...*drumroll*... Jason Priestley! He of 0210!

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What I want to know most, »

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Lizzy Caplan and The Last Rites of Ransom Pride Trailer

7 September 2010 10:02 AM, PDT | Beyond Hollywood | See recent Beyond Hollywood news »

Lizzy Caplan stars in Tiller Russell’s Western “The Last Rites of Ransom Pride”, in which she plays an outlaw woman trying to bring her outlaw lover (the aforementioned Ransom Pride, played by Scott Speedman) home for burial. Things get really complicated, as you can see from this trailer, and much gunfightin’ ensues. It’s a Western, and I love me my Westerns. This one definitely looks pretty good, too. Starring Lizzy Caplan, Scott Speedman, Jason Priestley, Peter Dinklage, Kris Kristofferson, Dwight Yoakam, Jon Foster, and “NCIS’s” Cote De Pablo. The film’s official site has the 2009 movie finally making its premiere in L.A. at the Laemmle Sunset 5 on September 10 and 11, before rolling out to selected theaters in Texas (Dallas, Forth Worth, and Denton) and Arizona (Phoenix and Tucson). Check the official site for more showings. The film is also up for DVD/Blu-ray pre-order on Amazon with a October 5, 2010 release date. »

- Nix

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NCIS Scoop: Ziva's Past, Gibbs' Dad, Allison Hart's Return

5 August 2010 7:49 AM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

What will happen to Gibbs' father in the new season of NCIS? What happens to Allison Hart? Will the after-effects of Ziva's capture in Somalia play a role in future events?

In a brief chat with Entertainment Weekly, executive producer Shane Brennan teases what we can expect regarding all of the above topics. Here's what he has to say ...

On the resolution of May's cliffhanger Season Seven finale: “The [Season Eight] premiere will speak volumes about what sort of father Gibbs Sr. was to his son ... And you see why Gibbs is very much cut from the same cloth. He may be old, but he’s feisty.”

Is there more trouble ahead for Ziva (Cote de Pablo)?

On Ziva's harrowing experiences in Somalia and elsewhere “In November sweeps, we dip again into a story that perhaps everyone thought was played out. It involves Ziva.”

On whether September marks the return of M. »

- (L.J. Gibbs)

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Eric Christian Olsen Promoted to Series Regular on NCIS: Los Angeles

28 July 2010 11:31 AM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Eric Christian Olsen, who guest starred twice this spring in NCIS: Los Angeles' first season, has earned a promotion: He'll have series regular status in Season Two.

Speculation that Olsen might have a longer future than just one guest stint began immediately after his first appearance in the April 6 episode, “Hand to Hand.”

He played an Lapd undercover officer, Marty Deeks, who posed as an Mma fighter and sparred (literally and otherwise) with LL Cool J’s Sam Hanna, also undercover.

Olsen’s character made an encore appearance weeks later in the episode “Fame,” further signaling that producers had a long-range plan to bring him on board.

As predicted, Eric Christian Olsen has joined a bad ass NCIS: Los Angeles cast.

His path follows the one taken by Cote de Pablo’s character on the original NCIS. Ziva was brought on as an NCIS liaison before ultimately joining Gibbs’ team. »

- (L.J. Gibbs)

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Sean Murray Also Signs, 'NCIS' Cast Complete For Next Season

23 June 2010 12:33 PM, PDT | | See recent BuddyTV news »

The much-feared NCIS contract disputes now appear to be a thing of the past, as the last one in the bunch - Sean Murray - has likewise signed a multi-year deal to stay with the CBS series. Murray, who plays geeky Tim McGee on NCIS, joins Michael Weatherly, Cote de Pablo, Pauley Perrette and others in returning to the hit show's eighth season.

'Pay Battle' Continues Between 'NCIS' Cast and CBS?

Unfortunately, the details of the contract have not been made public, so we can't say if the stars, Murray, Weatherly, de Pablo and Perrette, were given a per-episode raise, which was the purported reason why negotiations were stalled in the first place.



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'NCIS' keeps the band together, Starz gets mobbed up

22 June 2010 6:56 PM, PDT | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

The potential drama over "NCIS" cast members renegotiating their contracts turned out not to be very dramatic.

Sean Murray, who's been with the show since its first season and a regular since Season 2, has re-signed with the show for next season, The Live Feed reports. He's the last of the four regulars with expiring deals to re-up.

Michael Weatherly, Pauley Perrette and David McCallum have also closed new deals in recent weeks. Mark Harmon and Cote de Pablo were already locked in for 2010-11.

- Starz is developing a series about organized crime and hoping it can do something similar to what "The Sopranos" did for HBO.

The show in question is "Underbelly," an Australian series that dramatized a real-life crime war in Melbourne and was a critical and popular hit there. According to Vulture, Starz has bought rights to the show but is looking to adapt stories from American crime »


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