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Five Things You Didn’t Know about Jaime Lee Kirchner

Jaime Lee Kirchner is returning to the small screen this Fall in the American drama series Bull. When the TV series returns for its second season Kirchner returns as Danny, the firm’s Pi who possesses a photographic memory. The actress is best known for her TV roles including roles in Mercy, Just Legal and The Mob Doctor. In real-life the gorgeous actress is incredibly private. She has a limited social media presence and is rarely seen at celebrity parties or giving interviews on entertain shows. Here are five things you didn’t know about Jaime Lee Kirchner. Jaime Lee Kirchner has

Five Things You Didn’t Know about Jaime Lee Kirchner
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William Forsythe cast as J. Edgar Hoover in The Man in the High Castle

Another historic figure will be appearing in the alternate history of The Man in The High Castle, with Boardwalk Empire’s William Forsythe set to portray infamous FBI director J. Edgar Hoover in the show’s third season.

Based on the novel by sci-fi writer Philip K. Dick, The Man in The High Castle imagines a world where the Allies lost World War II and America is split between Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan’s control.

Other roles Forsythe is known for are the series The Mob Doctor and Michael Bay’s The Rock. Amazon renewed the series for a third season in January and hired a new showrunner with the renewal. The third season will premiere on the streaming service this fall.

The Man in the High Castle stars Alexa Davalos, Rupert Evans, Luke Kleintank, DJ Qualls, Joel de la Fuente, Brennan Brown, Bella Heathcote, Callum Keith Rennie, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa,
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Random Roles: Terry Kinney on starring in everything from Oz to Thirtysomething to The Mob Doctor

Welcome to Random Roles, wherein we talk to actors about the characters who defined their careers. The catch: They don’t know beforehand what roles we’ll ask them to talk about.

The actor: Terry Kinney is another perfect fit for Random Roles, as he’s a “hey, it’s that guy” who has been working steadily since the ’80s. The Illinois native was a founder and part of the original company of Chicago’s famed Steppenwolf Theatre, along with John Malkovich, Laurie Metcalf, and Scandal’s Jeff Perry. Most viewers would probably recognize him from Oz, but you’ve also seen him in everything from The Firm to The Good Wife to yes, The Mob Doctor. On Tuesday, November 15, Kinney will debut in TNT’s Good Behavior, a surprisingly effective noir-esque series from the creators of Wayward Pines, in which Michelle Dockery plays a drug addict on the ...
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‘Supergirl’ Casts Lesbian Special Crimes Investigator Maggie Sawyer

‘Supergirl’ Casts Lesbian Special Crimes Investigator Maggie Sawyer
The superhero drama series “Supergirl” has found a new cast member. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the series has picked Floriana Lima for the regular role of Maggie Sawyer, the gay DC Comics character who appeared in both the “Superman” and “Batman” comics series. The addition of Maggie Sawyer to the series continues executive producer Greg Berlanti’s mission to make established properties more inclusive, often by explicitly changing the ethnicity and sexuality of characters. In an interview with THR earlier this year, “I wanted to contemporize these comics that I loved growing up and have them reflect the society that we live in now. It’s still about working in some of those very real qualities so that everyone feels represented.”

Read More: The CW Sets ‘Supergirl’ Season 1 Rewatch To Prep For New Season

Created by John Byrne in 1987, Maggie Sawyer was introduced in the 2nd series of “Superman
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Supergirl Casts Gay Cop Maggie Sawyer

Supergirl Casts Gay Cop Maggie Sawyer
Floriana Lima, who played a lesbian lifestyle blogger on ABC’s The Family, has copped the role of Supergirl‘s Maggie Sawyer.

RelatedSupergirl Casts Cougar Town Alum as Kara’s New Boss

In DC Comics lore, Maggie was introduced as a captain with the Metropolis Special Crimes Unit, which handled superpowered menaces. One of the first openly gay characters in mainstream comics, she has long been associated with Superman titles as a highly skilled member of the Science Police, a division of the police department that deals with metahumans.

On The CW’s Supergirl, as first reported by The Hollywood Reporter,
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James Carpinello to play Mario Falcone in Gotham season 3

TV Line is reporting that James Carpinello (The Punisher, The Mob Doctor) has signed on for a recurring guest role in season three of Gotham, where he’ll play Carmine Falcone’s son Mario Falcone.

The official character description reads: “The son of feared mob boss Carmine Falcone (John Doman), Carpinello’s Mario has rejected his family’s criminal ways and made a legitimate life for himself as a well-respected, Ivy League-educated ER doctor. He’s kind, honest and trustworthy, making him the black sheep of the Falcone clan. But his arrival in Gotham will create major waves in the personal life of Jim Gordon, who at the end of Season 2 left town to find and win back his pregnant fiancee Lee.”

Carpinello is the latest addition to the cast for season three of Gotham following Jamie Chung (Sucker Punch) as Valerie Vale and Maggie Geha (Ted 2) as Poison Ivy.
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Carpinello To Play Mario Falcone In "Gotham"

James Carpinello ("The Mob Doctor," "Gangster Squad") has signed on to play Mario Falcone, son of mob boss Carmine Falcone, in the third season of Fox's "Gotham" says TV Line.

In the series Mario has rejected his family's criminal ways and made a legitimate life for himself as a well-respected ER doctor. He's kind, honest and trustworthy, the black sheep of the Falcone clan.

But his arrival will create difficulty in the personal life of Jim Gordon who is trying to win back his pregnant fiancee Leslie Thompkins.

Carpinello will recur in the role throughout the season. "Gotham" returns to screens on September 19th.
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Jennifer Beals Books Night Shift Arc

Jennifer Beals Books Night Shift Arc
Jennifer Beals (The L Word) is scrubbing in for an extended residency at San Antonio Medical Center.

The actress, who recently starred in TNT’s one-and-done Proof, is joining NBC’s The Night Shift in a recurring role, Deadline reports.

RelatedMeagan Good Joins CBS’ Code Black as [Spoiler]’s Former Flame

Beals will first be introduced in the Season 3 premiere as Dr. Syd Jennings, a major in the army working alongside Brendan Fehr’s Dr. Drew Alister on a six-month tour in Afghanistan.

A return date for the medical drama — which started out as a summer series, but last year
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Section 13: CBS Develops Smallville's Tom Welling Drama

Faster than a speeding bullet, Smallville vet, Tom Welling, is headed to the Tiffany network. EW has confirmed CBS is developing the drama Section 13, starring Welling. Welling will also executive produce with Carla Kettner, who is attached as writer.

After Smallville was cancelled (or ended, depending on your perspective), Welling has primarily worked in film. Kettner wrote and produced the Fox TV series, Bones, between 2007 and 2011. She also served as E.P. on The Mob Doctor, which was cancelled by Fox after 13 episodes.

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Blair Witch Actor Scares Up Bates Motel Arc — What Does He Want With Norma?

Blair Witch Actor Scares Up Bates Motel Arc — What Does He Want With Norma?
Bates Motel is still accepting reservations for its upcoming third season.

Joshua Leonard of Blair Witch Project fame is the latest guest to check into the A&E drama, TVLine has learned exclusively.

The actor — whose TV credits include arcs on Hung, CSI: Miami and The Mob Doctor — will play the recurring role of James Finnigan, a community college psych professor whose pull towards Norma (Vera Farmiga) slowly chips away at his carefully constructed house of cards.

The gig marks a reunion for Leonard and Farmiga; the two played husband and wife in the 2011 indie Higher Ground (which Farmiga directed
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Pilot Scoop: Zach Gilford to Crush on Jennifer Carpenter in USA's Stanistan

Matt Saracen is making a play for Debra Morgan.

Friday Night LightsZach Gilford has joined the cast of USA Network’s M*A*S*H-esque comedic drama pilot Stanistan as a love interest for Dexter‘s Jennifer Carpenter, TVLine has learned.

The project, penned by up-and-coming scribe Andy Parker, centers on the staff at the American compound in the Middle Eastern country of Stanistan, where State Department workers, covert CIA officers and journalists operate in a delicate balance of danger and silliness using every coping mechanism available.

Gilford — whose post-Fnl TV credits include the short-lived Off the Map and
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Interview: Zach Gilford on the World in ‘The Purge: Anarchy’

Chicago – Zach Gilford is a familiar face to fans of the TV series “Friday Night Lights,” where he portrayed Matt Saracen. The actor grew up around Chicago in Evanston, Ill., and has risen through the ranks of acting in his new home of Los Angeles. He currently is featured in the sequel film, “The Purge: Anarchy.”

The Purge: Anarchy” takes up the premise of the first film, which presupposes a near future America in which laws are suspended for one night a year, allowing all aggressions, crimes and firearms to be practiced with abandon. Zach Gilford portrays Shane, who is part of a couple – his real-life wife Kiele Sanchez is Liz, his other half – that are accidentally thrust into the Purge night with no protection, and hooks up with a armed vigilante named Leo (Frank Grillo). The sequel ups the ante of the first film, with more social commentary and fire power.
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Fall TV First Impression: NBC's State of Affairs

Fall TV First Impression: NBC's State of Affairs
The broadcast networks have more than two dozen shows debuting this fall, including a new Shondaland drama, and a trip to Gotham, a third NCIS and a Flash-y Arrow offshoot. To help you prep for it all, TVLine is offering First Impressions of the not-for-review pilots.

Next up on our list….

Photos Fall TV Preview: Your Guide to What’s New!

The Show | NBC’s State of Affairs (Mondays at 10/9c, premiering Nov. 17)

The Competition | ABC’s Castle and CBS’ NCIS: Los Angeles

The Cast | Katherine Heigl (Grey’s Anatomy), Alfre Woodard (Desperate Housewives), Adam Kaufman (Without a Trace), Leslie Odom,
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Jordana Spiro of The Mob Doctor Is Pregnant, Expecting First Child With Husband Matthew Spitzer

Jordana Spiro of The Mob Doctor Is Pregnant, Expecting First Child With Husband Matthew Spitzer
Mommy duty awaits! Jordana Spiro is pregnant, and expecting her first child with husband Matthew Spitzer, her rep confirms exclusively to Us Weekly. The Mob Doctor star, 37, has kept mum about her pregnancy, and has been putting all her energy into her latest movie, Night Comes On, instead. Spiro will be spending her summer working on her feature film as a writer/director at the Sundance Director Lab in Utah. Spiro is best-known for playing Dr. Grace Devlin on the Fox series Mob Doctor from 2012 to 2013. She [...]
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Review: 'The Americans' - 'Stealth'

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Review: 'The Americans' - 'Stealth'
A review of tonight's "The Americans" coming up just as soon as the FBI has its own comic books... Midway through "Stealth," Paige announces that she feels like a prisoner in her own house, and though there are only two characters in the episode who are being physically held someplace against their will — Anton as a kept man of the Kgb, Kate tied up in her apartment by Andrew Larrick — there are an awful lot of characters who are feeling like prisoners of circumstances, and/or like they're on the verge of winding up like Kate or Anton. Leaving aside Philip and Elizabeth's usual complicated feelings about their situation — which are, other than a lot of discussion about whether to let Paige go to church camp, mostly placed on hold this week to focus on the supporting cast and moving the plot along — there's an awful lot of physical and emotional confinement going on here.
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'Bones' Season 9: Oscar nominee Shohreh Aghdashloo cast

"Bones" Season 9 has cast Oscar nominee Shohreh Aghdashloo to guest-star as Arastoo's mother, Deena Vaziri.

Aghdashloo will appear in an upcoming episode when Cam (Tamara Taylor) and boyfriend Arastoo Vaziri (Pej Vahdat) have dinner with Deena during the woman's visit to town, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Things get awkward quickly, of course, when Deena begins to question the couple. Will the Vaziri parents approve of their son's older girlfriend (especially since she doesn't share the same religion)?

Best known for her Academy Award-nominated role in "The House of Sand and Fog," Aghdashloo has also appeared on "Grimm," "NCIS" and "The Mob Doctor."
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'Justified' Season 5: The Crowes are coming for Raylan

Season 5 of "Justified" will bring a new nemesis to Harlan for Raylan Givens to deal with -- and from the looks of a couple of early promos, Raylan will have his hands full.

The two short teasers follow the usual FX pattern of not showing any footage from the show and instead opting for eye-catching imagery. Both "Justified" videos feature crows doing bad things to Raylan's (Timothy Olyphant) signature white hat. It's a reference to the coming season's bad guys, the Crowe family -- more proficient criminal relatives of the hapless Dewey Crowe (Damon Herriman) who come north from Florida to set up shop in Harlan.

Michael Rapaport, late of "The Mob Doctor," plays the head of the Crowe family and Raylan's primary antagonist.

Take a look at the two promos below. "Justified" premieres Jan. 7 on FX.
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The Good Wife Exclusive: My Boys' Jordana Spiro Cast as Sexy Detective

The Good Wife Exclusive: My Boys' Jordana Spiro Cast as Sexy Detective
Is someone on The Good Wife about to get handcuffed?

The CBS legal drama has cast Jordana Spiro (My Boys, The Mob Doctor) in the potentially recurring role of Jenna, a tough, funny and smart police detective who’s not opposed to mixing business with pleasure. Spiro’s character, who’s described as “comfortable in her own skin (in fact, comfortable in a lot of people’s skin)” — sometimes crosses professional boundaries to gather information, but other times she’s merely in pursuit of a good time.

Related | Good Wife Post Mortem: EPs Talk ‘Unbound’ Will, Kalinda’s Loyalties
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Justified Season 5 Scoop: Michael Rapaport Cast As...

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Michael Rapaport has landed a key role on Justified Season 5.

According to TV Line, the veteran actor (My Name is Earl, Boston Public, The Mob Doctor) will portray Dale Crowe Jr. on the FX drama, the patriarch of a Florida crime family that causes serious problems for Raylan and company this winter.

Look for Dale to be an ex-convict who runs a gator farm and who is related to Boyd's long-time dim-witted pal Dewey.

Earlier this month, Jere Burns was upgraded to series regular, meaning we'll be seeing a lot more of his slick, shady and hilarious Wynn Duffy.

Justified will return with new episodes in early 2014.
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Justified Exclusive: Michael Rapaport Joins Season 5 Cast… as the New Big Bad?

Justified Exclusive: Michael Rapaport Joins Season 5 Cast… as the New Big Bad?
CBS’ loss is FX’s gain.

Michael Rapaport, who was cut from the Eye net’s new fall sitcom The Millers, has rebounded with a major recurring role in Season 5 of Justified, TVLine has learned exclusively.

Related | Justified Promotes [Spoiler] to Series Regular

Rapaport will play Dale Crowe, Jr., the sexy and charismatic patriarch of a white-trash Florida crime family. Dale’s an ex-convict who owns a gator farm; he is smart, savvy and ruthless, all in the name of family.

The Crowes will likely draw comparisons to Season 2′s Bennett clan, led by matriarch Mags (played, coincidentally, by Rapaport’s
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