TVLine has learned exclusively that TV vet Jonathan Silverman will recur on the summertime sci-fi series as Roland Kavanaugh, White House Counsel for President Mackenzie’s administration. Alas for the heroes, Roland is described as “a man ill-equipped to deal with the unprecedented nature of events facing the nation and the world.” Ugh, Roland!
Additionally, Taylor Cole (right) will reprise her Season 1 role and officially recur as Fiona Lane, Harris’ onetime fling who joins the government’s asteroid deflection team (…as flings do…) and thus creates friction for Harris and Grace.
The 38-year-old actress, who stars on CBS' Salvation, revealed on Instagram Friday that she welcomed her first child, daughter Ella, with husband Jonathan Silverman.
"One week ago today, On September 29th, after a 28 hour labor, our little girl was born into the world," Finnegan wrote. "Happy One-Week Birthday, Ella Jack
The actors have welcomed their first child, daughter Ella Jack Silverman, they shared on Instagram Friday, posting an image of Ella’s tiny foot in a hospital anklet.
“#fbf One week ago today, On September 29th, after a 28 hour labor, our little girl was born into the world,” the 38-year-old Salvation actress wrote. “Happy One-Week Birthday, Ella Jack We love you very much.”
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Silverman, 51, re-posted the sweet black-and-white photo,
“I said, ‘We have to get a reveal cake,’ ” Finnigan tells People of a conversation she had with her husband, actor/director Jonathan Silverman.
“And, of course, I wanted it to be gluten-free and vegan. I’m not even vegan … I think I just wanted to be able to eat the whole thing and feel like it was kinda healthy!”
But there was one problem: Finnigan was filming Salvation in Toronto and the Canadian city’s
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The high school, which turns 90 this year, is even a bit famous in its own right. The memorable pool sequence from It’s a Wonderful Life was filmed in the gym, and it was also the inspiration for the high school in Beverly Hills, 90210.
In celebration of its 90th anniversary, The Hollywood Reporter spoke with a handful of notable past graduates, like Will & Grace co-creator Max Mutchnick and actress Joely Fiser, who dished on what their famous classmates were like before they became stars.
Production has begun in Los Angeles with British TV commercial veteran Mark Taylor directing. Producers are Amber Wang (“Rock Dog”), Fj Productions’ Fabio Golombek (“Experimenter,” “Like Sunday Like Rain”), and Brad Billington (“Professional Affair,” “Lethal Cowboy”).
The couple are preparing to welcome their first child, People can reveal exclusively.
“After 13 years together, we are beyond excited to start this new chapter of our lives. We can’t wait to be parents!” the couple tell People.
Finnigan, 37, and Silverman, 50, were introduced by Friends star Matthew Perry at a barbecue in 2004 and they wed in 2007.
Finnigan stars in the CBS’ summer series Salvation, which debuts Wednesday, July 12, at 9 p.m. Et. She previously starred on the FX series Tyrant.
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Lizzie Borden, Zombie Hunter Book Release Details & Cover Art: On September 13th, C.A. Verstraete’s Lizzie Borden, Zombie Hunter will be released in paperback and on Kindle.
“Every family has its secrets…
One hot August morning in 1892, Lizzie Borden picked up an ax and murdered her father and stepmother. Newspapers claim she did it for the oldest of reasons: family conflicts, jealousy, and greed. But what if her parents were already dead? What if Lizzie slaughtered them because they’d become zombies?
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In the episode “Dead Again,” Jonathan Silverman winningly guest-starred as a mild-mannered city safety inspector who repeatedly is declared dead… only to rejoin the living. In the clip above, Beckett (played by Stana Katic) trades pleasantries with public defender Caleb Brown (Kristofer Polaha) — all while secretly suspecting he has ties to LokSat — before the matter of Lanie’s
Two comedians. One apocalypse. When all power and communication systems mysteriously shut off, down on their luck comedians Gabriel Diani and Etta Devine pack up their things and hit the road in search of a safe haven to wait out the possible extinction event. Accompanied by their trusty dog Watson and their miserable cat Mrs. Peel, the duo must struggle against the mundane realities of the collapse of civilization while retaining their decency and rationality as the rest of humanity starts getting really, really weird.
Diani & Devine Meet the Apocalypse features a cast that includes Gabriel Diani, Etta Devine,Barry Bostwick, Armin Shimerman, Jonathan Silverman, Janet Varney, Harry Groener and Kirsten Vangsness.
Castle delivers another head-scratching episode out of left-field in this week's Dead Again...
This review contains spoilers.
8.19 Dead Again
It feels like, only a couple of weeks ago, I was reviewing this same episode. Or at least its type. In Death Wish, we had Castle going off on a flight of fancy over Aladdin’s lamp, and I was pointing out that, every once in a while, the writers on Castle appear to lose their collective minds by penning an episode in which one of Rick’s fantasies crosses the line from a playful-but-not-serious bit of whimsy to a fullblown delusion.
The nice thing about Death Wish, and perhaps I should have pointed it out at the time, is that, in the end, while Castle’s ridiculous theory is never entirely proven to be false—after all, maybe Genevieve really is a genie and Mr. X her
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As Alan Masters, sitcom vet Jonathan Silverman was the perfect hapless Everyman, a mild-mannered safety inspector whose mundane job exposed him to some highly illegal goings-on.
At first, Alan was poisoned, but that didn’t take. Then he was electrocuted and presumed dead a second time.. only to wake up shortly after that attack.
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TVLine has learned that in the 19th episode of Season 8, Silverman plays Alan Masters, the miraculous survivor of an attempted murder who subsequently helps Castle and Beckett solve the case.
Daytime Emmy winner Benard guest-stars in the same episode, as revealed by a photo he shared via Instagram, though details on his role are thus far unknown. Unless ABC’s Monday-night drama did not cast him against type, Imma
RelatedThe Catch Promo: New #Tgit Drama Teases Sexy Game of Cat-and-Mouse
Previously only available on iTunes, the above teaser for the Shonda Rhimes production plays up the sexual charge between elite P.I. Alice Vaughan (The Killing‘s Mireille Enos) and her fiance Christopher (Parenthood‘s Peter Krause) — aka “Mr. X,” an elusive con man she and her team of snoops have been unsuccessfully chasing.
As the premiere (airing Thursday,
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“All of a sudden, you find yourself at the end of the season” with myriad twists and mysteries still in play, he explains. “And then there’s a feeling of, ‘Oh my God. We’re not going to make it!'”
“Right now, we’re doing a lot of picking and choosing about which stories we want to leave hanging, and
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