Covert Affairs' Christopher Gorham has teamed up with USA's Characters Unite program for a new cause: Operation Mend.
Established by UCLA, the actor's alma mater, Operation Mend provides free medical, psychological and surgical care ...
Christopher Gorham, Piper Perabo
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers about Tuesday's episode of Covert Affairs. Read at your own risk.]
Annie and Auggie are back together again — but not like that.
On Tuesday's Covert Affairs (10/9c, USA), the pair will hit the field in Paris with a twist. In pursuit of an asset who has history with Auggie (Christopher Gorham) to help in the Chicago bombing case, the two will swap roles, with him as operative and Annie (Piper Perabo) as handler.
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"It was really fun to do," Gorham tells TVGuide.com. "We hadn't done that role reversal before. Before, when they were in the field together, they were working as a team, both as operatives. This time, she's the one who's supposed to be behind the scenes. It'll reveal a lot about each ...
Christopher Gorham. Piper Perabo
You won't be seeing a fake Eiffel Tower in the background when Covert Affairs heads to Paris next week.
The show filmed on location in the City of Light, and we've got an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the shoot.
"The best part of shooting ...
Aquaman, Matt Lanter (inset)
Aquaman fans rejoice! The king of the seven seas is finally getting the spotlight in an upcoming animated movie from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. Justice League: Throne of Atlantis, part of a series of DC Comics-themed movies, will trace the origin of Aquaman, who has been frequently ridiculed for his presumed obscure powers (like "talking to fish") and limited personality.
Kari Matchett, Hill Harper
Though he remains acting DCS until he gets his "affairs in order" on Covert Affairs, Calder (Hill Harper) is still Joan's (Kari Matchett) superior to her chagrin.
On Tuesday's episode (10/9c, USA), he tasks her to attend a dinner honoring a senator, but she ...
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.
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Covert Affairs postmortem: "Annie will be tested in ways we haven't seen"
The terrorist is in the wind after bombing the Chicago DPD facility on last week's Covert Affairs season premiere (watch it here). On Tuesday's episode (10/9c, USA), Auggie (Christopher Gorham) calls ...
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers about Tuesday's season premiere of Covert Affairs. Read at your own risk.]
Covert Affairs kicked off Season 5 with a bang and then some.
Four months after...
The sins of the father weigh unusually heavily on the privileged but conflicted sons at the core of FX's contrived and not very convincing new drama Tyrant (Tuesday, 10/9c) — but what do you expect when not-so-dear old dad is an honest-to-badness Middle Eastern dictator and the family is "in the oppression business," which is how estranged scion "Barry" (born Bassam) Al-Fayeed dourly looks upon his unhappy heritage.