Tom Cavanagh will star in ABC's new pilot Edgar Floats, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Cavanagh (Ed, Eli Stone) will take on...
Jeers to Two and a Half Men for saddling Alicia Witt with a truly ridiculous role.
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Was Lost hasty in giving Michael the hook? Which of the Law & Orders has bid adieu to some fans' favorite? Is ABC's Life on Mars already on a shaky mission? In this launch of Mega Buzz, a new weekly column, I'll field your questions about your favorite shows. If there is a topic you want to see covered or a question you'd like to ask, this e-mail is the place to do it.Since we're just starting out here, I'll have to settle for answering my own questions. Hope I'm not a smart-ass to myself.Question: What's your take on Harold Perrineau's Lost exit Q&A?Mitovich: It's an incendiary topic, but I hear where Perrineau is coming from, on Michael's too-short return. Sure, it (partially) explained what became of the Dawson men after their Season 2 sail-away. But to leave Walt fatherless and in doing so rob the series of its second barely-used African American character (Mr. Eko, we barely knew ye) was a questionable move. This country now has its first for-real African-...
Now, I was all prepared to write what a dull episode of CI this week then the last ten minutes happened. Who would have thought Frasiers Roz ( Peri Gilpin) was a killer? Great bonus this week, we had two enjoyable guest stars more on that later, now to the case.A football team wins homecoming and celebrates by having a party that includes beer and two strippers. When the party gets sour, one of the girls, Carla cries rape and it is turned into a high profile case against three of the football players. We join the case after the key witness, the other dancer Traci, is found dead after being pushed down the stairs outside her apartment. Traci was going to testify on behave of Carla in the rape case against the football players.As the investigation by Falacci and Logan begins, it looks like Carlas boyfriend was going to turn out to be the murderer or at least that is what I thought. How ironic that Andrew McCarthy played Bronx A.D.A., Gene Hoyle who wa...
We're just starting to get used to Logan's new partner… and she's just about to go. After tonight's Law & Order: Criminal Intent (10 pm/ET, USA), only two more episodes are left (one on Dec. 13, the other slated for early 2008) for Alicia Witt's brassy Det. Nola Falacci — who has left her stamp on the Major Case Squad. We chatted with Witt about her time on CI and some other interests.
TV Guide: What happens tonight? Alicia Witt: I have a feeling this is going to be my favorite, because Falacci really butts heads with [Capt.] Ross in a huge way. She doesn't like to be antagonistic for the hell of it — she's doing it because she's right.
TV Guide: What is it you like about playing Falacci? Witt: I'm still discovering her. She's somebody I believe the audience will either