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The Good Wife Spoilers: Cary In Jail
In the season six premiere of The Good Wife, Cary Agos (Matt Czuchry) was arrested and charged with moving heroin – $1.3 million worth. Cary and Alicia (Juliana Margulies) quickly realize that the charge is coming from their dealings with Florrick-Agos client, Lemond Bishop (Mike Colter). The season premiere ended with Cary stuck in jail for the foreseeable future.
“What the state’s attorney’s office is doing in terms of the case is going to be a huge part of season six. Whether that means Cary is going to be in jail or out of jail I can’t say, but I can say that that particular story line is going to continue. »
I published my review of "Madam Secretary" on Friday. Now it's your turn. For those who tuned into the new CBS drama, what did you think? Did the material live up to the fine cast that's been assembled? Did you like Téa Leoni in a mostly serious context? Do you also dream of a Secretary of State who doesn't know there's a box? Were you distracted and/or amused that the actors playing the imprisoned boys' parents (a real-life acting couple) were part of the classic "Frasier" episode "Roz & the Schnoz"? And will you watch again? Have at it. This seems like one I'm going to set aside and try watching again post-football, assuming it lasts that long, to see if it turns into something better down the road. »
- Alan Sepinwall
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The ’90s are gone, but we’re still clinging to the decade’s greatest television shows thanks to Netflix binges and cable syndication. Everyone remembers the series’ big stars, but what about those supporting characters all diehard fans will never forget?
Full House‘s Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber) brought her smelly feet and sassy behavior into the Tanners’ home, while Buffy the Vampire Slayer‘s Xander (Nicholas Brendon) added comic relief in a dark world. Roz Doyle (Peri Gilpin) helped bring high-brow Frasier Crane (Kelsey Grammer) back to Earth, and Blossom Russo’s bestie Six LeMeure (Jenna von Oy) knew how to talk herself out of a jam.
Browse through our gallery for more characters you love, and find out what the actors behind those roles are up to now.
Full House may be over and done with, but that doesn’t mean its cast has lost touch. »
- Rahsheeda Ali
Quinto will play Harry, a mechanic/dealer specializing in expensive European automobiles who lives in Brooklyn with his family. He’s married with a 15-year-old son, and is apparently “always trying to a pick a fight.” Problems arise when the mechanic slaps a misbehaving child of another couple, which explodes into a conflict that pulls his family apart, exposes secrets and ignites a lawsuit.
Cox will play Manolis, the patriarch and peacemaker of the family. He’s described as a “stern yet magnanimous man” with old world values.
Quinto’s last foray into television was his role in the first two seasons of “American Horror Story” — he was nominated for an Emmy for the second season. Cox won an Emmy and was nominated for a Golden Globe for “Nuremberg, »
- Alex Stedman
E! announced Tuesday that Frasier star Kelsey Grammer is on board to executive produce a show following Milian’s life. “We simply adore Christina,” Jeff Olde, E! programming and development executive vice president, said in a statement. “She’s young, vibrant and a highly accomplished artist who has a hectic life balancing the glitz and glamour of celebrity, and the rough and tumble world of hip-hop, with the more relatable moments of being a mom, »
- Ariana Bacle
E! has ordered a new docuseries starring singer Christina Milian with “Frasier” actor Kelsey Grammer serving as an executive producer. Currently under the working title “Christina Milian Turned Up,” the series is set to premiere in early 2015. “We simply adore Christina,” said Jeff Olde, E!'s programming and development executive vice president, in a statement. “She's young, vibrant and a highly accomplished artist who has a hectic life balancing the glitz and glamour of celebrity, and the rough and tumble world of hip-hop, with the more relatable moments of being a mom, newly back on the dating scene, and trying to. »
- Jethro Nededog
The announcement ups “The Exes’” fourth season episode count from 12 to 24, the first of which will premiere in November alongside “Hot in Cleveland’s” sixth season premiere. Series regulars Donald Faison, Wayne Knight, David Alan Basche, Kelly Stables and Kristen Johnson are set for the additional episodes, as is recurring guest star Leah Remini.
“Everything we’ve seen from the upcoming season of ‘The Exes’ is telling us it’s going to be the best one yet,” said TV Land president Larry W. Jones. “Last week, we crossed the 50th episode threshold, and we thought, ‘these episodes are so good, let’s keep them going!’”
- Sebastian Torrelio
The Latina actress-dancer-director-choreographer (say that five times fast) is perfect for ABC’s daytime talk show. Here are seven reasons why.
1. She’s not a stereotypical or “cookie-cutter” Latina.
The native New Yorker defies common Latin stereotypes— the sort of which is commonly perpetuated on television. (You know: young and sexy with big boobs and bigger hair, with little talent to speak of.) Now, it’s no secret that The View »
- Nina Terrero
The Longest Week really wants you to know how smart it is. From its opening frames (analyst’s office, stuttered Allen-esque musings on Freud) the whole affair practically oozes snoot. You tread a fine line with these kind of films, running the extreme risk of completely alienating your audience with every achingly spacious apartment and pompous musing on theatre. Frasier and The Royal Tenenbaums did it right, most recently Mutual Friends did it wrong.
The line between charm and bemusement is fine, yet The Longest Week manages to dance all over it, then traipse it out into the parking lot and back again. Its smorgasbord of influences never really goes anywhere, alternately charming and irritating on its meandering way to nowhere in particular.
- Dominic Mill
Five years of courtroom fighting, and the litigation between the Kaplan Stahler Agency and its former president Robert Gumer, has amounted to an affirmation of no wrongdoing. For those with long enough memories to recall the dispute, the talent agency sued Gumer on allegations he tortiously interfered with contracts with ex-clients including David Zuckerman (the original showrunner of Fox's Family Guy), R.J. Stewart (executive producer of Xena: Warrior Princess) and Denise Moss (supervising producer of Frasier). The plaintiff claimed that when Gumer left the agency, he caused clients to also leave and withhold commissions. Gumer brought his own
- Eriq Gardner
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Question: Any Vampire Diaries scoop? Especially something about our favorite vampire, Caroline Forbes? —Chery
Ausiello: Oh, I’ve got Caroline scoop, and it’s juicy. Her romance with Stefan will become a major part of her Season 6 storyline, even if that romance isn’t exactly a two-way street. “She’s going to realize it’s a little more one-sided than she was hoping, and there’s going to be some fallout from that,” executive producer Caroline Dries says. »
On Monday’s Under the Dome, a whole lot of elements that we haven’t seen in weeks came back into play.
And I’m not just talking about Barbie, Sam, Hunter and Pauline returning from Zenith. No, our latest hour in Chester’s Mill also featured the first Disaster of the Week in a while, a brand spankin’ new premonition from Pauline and — most bittersweet of all — the brief return of Angie.
Here’s what went down during “The Fall”:
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Not-so-warm Welcome | We »
A review of tonight's "Masters of Sex" coming up just as soon as I try a special tonic straight from India... "You think it's enough to fix the outside. That's the easy part." -Frank Last week's episode squeezed the passage of three years into a single hour. "Mirror, Mirror" takes place over only a week or so, yet in some ways feels like it's taking just as big a leap forward — if not always gracefully. Over the course of the episode, Virginia not only convinces Bill to start examining sexual dysfunction, but to find ways to treat it. And when Barbara proves beyond Virginia's ability to treat — and when Bill points out that her dream of becoming a trained psychologist will take her years to fulfill — Ginny comes up with the unorthodox (and guaranteed to blow up in her face) plan to impersonate Barbara while meeting with a local shrink »
- Alan Sepinwall
Pierce's guest-starring role in The Good Wife’s sixth season will see him play a cable news legal commentator, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The highly-respected media man decides to run for elected office, motivated by the ongoing corruption and horrific murder rates in Chicago.
“We couldn’t be more thrilled and flattered that David’s making The Good Wife his first TV role since Frasier,” said showrunners/executive producers Robert and Michelle King. “We’re tremendous fans of his dramatic skills as well as his comedy.”
Well, here we are again, Big Brother fans.
Just two weeks ago, Donny and Nicole were sitting next to each other on the block, ensuring that one of this season’s sweet-as-pie contestants would be evicted. This time around, the set-up was exactly the same — only the results were different.
But before we get into Donny’s inevitable exit, let’s revisit this rather predictable week in the Bb house:
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The Week So Far | Once again, the Detonators retained full control over the game when Cody »
A&E has cancelled its western drama "Longmire" after three seasons. Robert Taylor and Katee Sackhoff starred in the drama which was the No. 1 scripted show in A&E's history. It will now be shopped to other networks.
This month's season three finale averaged 3.7 million total viewers and a lackluster 0.6 key demo rating - a drop of 16% and 45% respectively from the season fine. [Source: THR]
Gatiss is expected back on the set in Croatia next week. Gatiss made his debut last season in the episode "The Laws of Gods and Men" where his Braavosi bank team agreed to fund Stannis Baratheon‘s war effort to capture the Iron Throne from the Lannisters. [Source: EW]
- Garth Franklin
He will play a highly respected cable news legal commentator who is so disgusted by the corruption and murder rate in Chicago that he decides to run for office in order to effect change.
“We couldn’t be more thrilled and flattered that David’s making ‘The Good Wife’ his first TV role since ‘Frasier,’” said executive producers-showrunners Robert and Michelle King. “We’re tremendous fans of his dramatic skills as well as his comedy.”
“The Good Wife” is known for its high pedigree of talent, often drawing in theater veterans like Pierce — including Alan Cumming, who has two Emmy Award nominations for his role of Eli Gold, and Christine Baranski, who has five Emmy nominations for her role as Diane Lockhart. »
- Whitney Friedlander
David Hyde Pierce is returning to TV on one of the best shows around: The Good Wife. The Frasier veteran will recur in season six of the CBS drama. This is his first TV role—aside from The Simpsons voice work and a spot on Sesame Street—since Frasier ended in 2004. E! News has confirmed Pierce will appear in episode seven of the legal drama and "play a highly respected cable news legal commentator who is so disgusted by the corruption and murder rate in Chicago that he decides to run for office in order to affect change," according to CBS. "We couldn't be more thrilled and flattered that David's making The Good Wife his first TV role since Frasier," showrunners/executive producers »
The Emmy and Tony Award-winning actor will play a highly respected cable news legal commentator who is so disgusted by the corruption and murder rate in Chicago that he decides to run for office.
“We couldn’t be more thrilled and flattered that David’s making The Good Wife his first TV role since Frasier,” showrunners Robert and Michelle King said in a statement. “We’re tremendous fans of his dramatic skills as well as his comedy.”
The Good Wife returns Sept. 21 at 9:30 p.m. »
- Natalie Abrams
It’s Alicia vs… Dr. Niles Crane?!
Pierce will play a highly respected cable news legal commentator who is so disgusted by the corruption and murder rate in Chicago that he decides to run for office — like, for instance, State’s Attorney?! — in order to affect change.
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