Grant Gustin, Candice Patton
"Awesome," says the Flash (aka Barry Allen, an adork-able CSI lab nerd), catching his breath after his first mad dash through Central City in fast-forward motion, giving new meaning to happy feet. "Woo-hoo!" he screams during his first supervised test run. "Cool," he reflects later upon his gift of speed, a sentiment echoed by his crime-fighting mentor Arrow, from whose show he is triumphantly spinning off. Couldn't agree more.
Mark Harmon, Michael Weatherly
As NCIS chugs into its 12th season Tuesday (8/7c, CBS), creator Gary Glasberg says he's taking a back-to-basics approach for the upcoming year. After so many major event episodes last season — the departure of Ziva (Cote de Pablo), the introduction of Bishop (Emily Wickersham), the NCIS: New Orleans backdoor pilot, and a tribute episode to Ralph Waite — Glasberg says he's excited to be entering a more character-driven run.
Adam Campbell, David McCallum
NCIS viewers will get a glimpse at a younger version of Ducky (David McCallum) this season.
Adam Campbell will guest-star in a flashback episode that offers background on the team's chief medical examiner, TVGuide.com has learned.
It's been five years since CBS premiered Harper's Island, and in the words of another famous island inhabitant, "We have to go back!" A woefully underrated horror murder mystery, the 13-episode series, which is available on Netflix, follows a group of family and friends that heads to the titular locale for a destination wedding, only to learn that there's a killer among them. At least one character gets whacked each episode, always in spectacular fashion. It was awesome, and it got the shaft (no pun intended). CBS canceled the show after moving it from Thursdays to Saturdays, natch, but if they know what's good for them, they'd bring back the dead.
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Here are six reasons why CBS should resurrect Harper's Island — and why you should (re)watch.
Mixology, which premieres Wednesday at 9:30/8:30c, 10 people have ended up at New York's hottest bar mix looking for love, distraction, relief and maybe even themselves. Having written big-screen comedies The Hangover and 21 and Over, executive producers and writers Jon Lucas and Scott Moore are no strangers to turning around the lives of characters in one night, mainly assisted by alcohol.
Three new faces will be joining the cast of Touch for the Fox drama's second season.
Said Taghmaoui, who played Caesar on ABC's Lost, has been added as a series regular, according to The Hollywood Reporter, which describes his character, Guillermo Ortiz, as "a smart Jesuit priest-turned-killing machine."
United States of Tara star Brie Larson has landed the female lead in CBS' Nick Stoller pilot, Deadline reports.
In the comedy loosely based on executive producer Stoller's real-life experiences, a...
Harper's Island alum Adam Campbell has joined the ensemble cast of Nick Stoller's untitled CBS pilot, Deadline reports.
The comedy will star Michael Angarano as Jake, a commitment-phobe who breaks up with his girlfriend but must still work alongside her. Campbell and newcomer Amanda Lund will play co-workers.
Starring on CBS' Harper's Island — which now airs Saturdays at 9 pm/ET — is a death sentence waiting to happen. The closed-end, 13-week mystery series takes place on an island where guests of an impending wedding are being killed off one by one. Adam Campbell, who plays Cal Vandeusen, spoke to TVGuide.com about what it's like to work on a show where your fate isn't sealed, what we can expect from upcoming episodes, and why none of the wedding guests have yet to notice their friends are disappearing.
TVGuide.com: You have a pretty comedic past. How did you end up on a mystery series?
Adam Campbell: When I first read it, the role was written quite...