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Lifetime will say goodbye to Army Wives next month with a two-hour farewell special, TVLine reports.
Army Wives: A Finale Salute will air Sunday, March 16 at 9/8c.
Daniella Alonso won't be away from NBC for long!
The Revolution star, whose character was killed off in the Season 1 finale, has landed a series regular gig on NBC's new medical drama Night Shift, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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NBC has ordered three additional series with Blacklist, Night Shift and Welcome to the Family joining the previously ordered shows filling up the network's bare schedule after axing six series this week.
In Blacklist, the world's most wanted criminal...
Captain Jack is back!
John Barrowman, best-known for playing the immortal Jack Harkness on Torchwood, has landed a leading role in ABC's Gilded Lilys pilot from Shonda Rhimes, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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The project is an upstairs-downstairs look at the opening of the first true luxury hotel built in New York City circa 1895. Barrowman will play...
After seven seasons, Kirsten Vangsness will finally don a Kevlar vest on Criminal Minds — and just like Garcia's colorful personality, the vest is one of a kind.
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"I was so excited when they told me. They made that one especially for me, which was very nice," Vangsness tells TVGuide.com. "The seamstress came in, like, 'We're going to make another dart in this.' In actual Kevlar vests, they don't have darts. But they put ...
Terry Serpico and Catherine Bell
The shocking death of soldier Jeremy Sherwood (Richard Bryant), fatally wounded in the line of duty in Afghanistan on the March 27 episode of Army Wives, left not only the show's characters and fans shaken, but also the close-knit cast and crew. "Some were angry," admits executive producer Jeff Melvoin. "I explained, 'It's good that you feel that way, because that's what death means.'"
Before ratings tanked, FlashForward had planned to follow through on its pilot prophecy of killing off FBI agent Demetri Noh (John Cho), reveals Gabrielle Union, who played Demetri's fiancé, attorney Zoey Andata. "Then I was supposed to avenge his death in Season 2 by representing defendants against the FBI whom I blamed for his death," Union says. But John's popularity, fueled by the success of his role as Sulu in the big-screen Star Trek, led the writers to alter his fate, thus limiting Zoey's storyline to the point that she wasn't even included in the series finale...
Brigid Brannagh, Army Wives
This week on Lifetime's Army Wives (Sunday, 10 pm/ET), Pamela makes her debut as the leader of the new Army Family Team Building support group, a lark by which she'll get some insight into guy pal Roland's increasingly troubled psyche. But what else might the tomboy wife tackle in the weeks to come? Brigid Brannagh gave us a sneak peek.
TVGuide.com: What is Pamela up to this season, besides heading up the AFTB?
Brigid Brannagh: Well, there's that, and there actually are a few professions for Pam this year, as she searches for herself. She's all over the place, which I think is kind of funny. I mean, she's going to ...
Brigid Brannagh courtesy Lifetime
Pamela Moran may have been a bit rough-around-the edges to start last season on Army Wives Sundays at 10 pmET Lifetime but now that shes got a radio show and a solid group of gal pals shes all about speaking her piece We caught up with Brigid Brannagh the actress behind Pamela to see what she had to say about her outspoken character Gina DiNunnoTVGuide Pamelas character seems to have lightened up a bit more this season Why do you think that happened Brannagh I think Pamela started out a little more cranky and dry but has softened as a byproduct of her friendship with the other women Her radio show has given her a voice as well She went from being a very independent person to devoting herself to this life on the base and I think she was just surviving it before Now with her radio show she has an identity again outside of the army as a social commentator Its her outlet to express her opinions and it gives her a true sense that shes helping
Brigid Brannagh courtesy Lifetime Entertainment
She won rave reviews for her feisty portrayal of a cop turned surrogate mom on Army Wives. But Brigid Brannagh isnt content to take a hard-earned break while her critically acclaimed Lifetime show is on hiatus. I just got back from New Orleans doing K-Ville, Brannagh told TV Guide at the Los Angeles premiere of the Lifetime Original Movie Matters of Life & Dating. The actress plays a gal in a robbery gang in an upcoming episode, scheduled to air Nov. 12. Cole Hauser, who plays Anthony Andersons partner Trevor, revisits his less-than-perfect past. Cole Hauser had a previous identity, reveals Brannagh. Basically, myself and the other members of our gang are part of that identity. Its kind of a glimpse at his former life.So how exactly does being a hardened criminal compare to life on an army base? Shes in fabulous outfits, gushes Brannagh of her K-Ville cameo. Army Wives doesnt have qu...