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TNT is going by the book in its approach to launching what the network is calling Mystery Movie Night, reviving a classic genre of TV by leaning heavily on best-selling brand names in the first wave of six titles airing through December on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Harriet Korn's impressive track record as a defense lawyer during Season 1of Harry's Law can only mean one thing for the new season: expansion.
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With her notoriety at an all-time high, Harry (Kathy Bates) will move her firm to a new loft and take on two new associates, Oliver Richard (Mark Valley) and Cassie Reynolds (Karen Olivo). (Original cast members Aml Ameen and Brittany Snow left the show over the summer, though Snow will appear in a few episodes to explain the character's exits.)
Although Cassie is still green, Oliver and Harry share a history...
Mark Valley, Jean Smart
Harry's Law is adding more legal power to its team.
The NBC drama has added Human Target star Mark Valley as a series regular and Jean Smart as a recurring guest star for the upcoming second season, EW reports.
Fresh off her multi-episode arc on The Good Wife, Karen Olivo will join Harry's Law as a regular next season, Entertainment Weekly reports...
Alfred Molina is wasting no time finding a new gig after the cancellation of Law & Order: Los Angeles.
The 58-year-old actor has signed on for a multi-episode arc on another NBC legal drama, Harry's Law, Entertainment Weekly reports.
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Molina will play Eric Sanders, a man accused of...
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Question: I don't understand why more people are not watching Fringe. I admit Season 1 was a bit rocky, but Season 2 was great, and so far this season has been the best, in my opinion. It's the only show that seems to fill The X-Files void for me. Last Friday's "LSD" episode was brilliant. I still crack up every time I picture the "How wonderful!" thought bubble above cartoon Walter. And how hilarious was tripping Broyles? He's the only character I've never liked on the show, because he's so rigid, but it was nice to see him loosen up a bit. Too bad it took a bad trip of LSD to do it. Anyway, I know it was renewed for a fourth season despite the poor ratings, but do you think that will be the end? I mean, how can they afford to keep such a low-rated show around?
Twilight hottie Taylor Lautner is making his solo starring debut in the action thriller Abduction.
In the recently released trailer, Lautner's character Nathan learns from a missing persons website that he was abducted as a child. After his parents are confronted, Nathan makes a harrowing escape from home only to be relentlessly pursued by a group of men who call him a "high-valued asset."
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Jodi Lyn O’Keefe
Former Prison Break star Jodi Lyn O'Keefe will guest-star in an upcoming episode of Law & Order: Los Angeles, TVLine reports.
O'Keefe is slated to play a central role in an episode titled "Angel's Knoll." No air date has been set.
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This homecoming will be a cause either for celebration or lamentation, depending on your affections for Thirteen, the enigma who's been MIA while Olivia Wilde has been off making movies (including the upcoming Cowboys & Aliens). So now we know where Thirteen has ...
Alana De La Garza, Terrence Howard
Used to be you'd have to wait until between seasons for the Law & Order revolving door to claim its victims. LOLA doesn't have that luxury. An ill-conceived and poorly cast clone rushed on the air after NBC unwisely and abruptly scuttled the mothership at the end of last season, Law & Order: Los Angeles substituted sun-splashed sprawl for urban grit. The results were not pretty, or especially interesting.
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Yanked off the air in December after only ...