Bruce Davison has signed on to appear in the season finale of Drop Dead Diva, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Davison, 65, will play...
Ghost Whisperer is back with an all-new original episode.
When the ghost of a private investigator haunts Melinda (Jennifer Love Hewitt), she can't cross him over until she closes a very personal and haunting case. This is a great whodunit!
"Dead Eye" was written by executive producers P.K. Simonds and Laurie McCarthy. It was directed by John Behring.
This episode guest stars John Asher as Charlie (NCIS, CSI), Matt Lowe as Todd (Endwar, Double Trouble), Bruce Davison as Josh Bedford (X-men), Erin Chambers as Sherry (Cold Case, Medium), Jeff Hephner as Alex (Easy Money, Private Practice), and Allison Andreas as Brittany (Belittled, 8 Simple Rules).
Musically, the episode features "Cabin" by Mark Feldman, "In Case I Go Again" by Mikey Wax, "Lifetime" by Katharine McPhee (Verve Music Group), "Morning" by Michael Kisur, "Against the Girl" by In For the Kill, "Not A Lullaby" By The Weepies (Nettwerk), and "Ready to Love Again" by Lady Antebellum (Capital Records Nashville).
Noah Wyle will be back on TNT this winter in the latest high-adventure installment of the successful Librarian franchise, The Librarian: The Curse of the Judas Chalice. Other returning cast members Bob Newhart and Jane Curtin join newcomers Bruce Davison (X-Men, Knight Rider) and Stana Katic (Heroes) in a new conspiracy that leads Wyle to New Orleans to protect the Judas Chalice from falling into the hands of notorious vampire Prince Vlad Dracul. The first installment in the series became the No. 1-ranked movie on ad-supported cable in 2004, and the sequel placed among the top five cable movie telecasts of 2006. Production began in New Orleans earlier this week, but no firm premiere date has been set. Adam Bryant
Ausiello's imaginary girlfriend Keri Russell is being courted to play Adam Sandler's would-be squeeze in Bedtime Stories, a Disney comedy in which the bedtime stories a Realtor tells his niece and nephew start coming true.... Bull Durham director Ron Shelton has been signed by HBO to helm the movie version of Game of Shadows: Barry Bonds, BALCO and the book Steroids Scandal That Rocked Professional Sports. Expect a shorter title by the time the pic unspools.... Slumming Bruce Davison has agreed to play the heroine's father in NBC's backdoor Knight Rider pilot. Ben Katner
Things are a bit different this season on CBS' Close to Home (Fridays at 9 pm/ET). There are more male faces — JAG alum David James Elliott's included — and perceptibly less focus on Annabeth Chase's struggle to juggle a career and what is now single motherhood. Is it all too much at once for the sophomore drama? TVGuide.com invited Jennifer Finnigan to weigh in on the series she holds so close to her heart.
TVGuide.com: First, explain something to me: Why does Close to Home get a full-season pickup announcement when it's in its sophomore year? It's not like ABC is out announcing, "Yes, we've picked up Lost." Is it because the show was on the fence for much of last year?Jennifer Finnigan: I think last year we were definitely the re