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Critic's Guide to Tuesday TV: A Hope-Less Christmas, a Winning Loser, and More!

Raising Hope

Imagine a world without Hope. Hope Chance, that is, the adorable infant who somehow thrives amid the chaos of Fox's raucous but innately sweet family comedy Raising Hope (9:30/8:30c). read more

Keck's Exclusives: Eddie Cibrian Gets Back in the Chase

Eddie Cibrian

LeAnn Rimes will be saying goodbye to fiancé Eddie Cibrian for one week while the hunky Third Watch vet returns to Texas to reprise his Ben Crowley role on NBC's Chase.

Earlier this season, Eddie debuted his ... read more

Keck's Exclusives: Chase Casts Nia Long in Arc

Nia Long

NBC's Chase has cast Nia Long (The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Third Watch) in the role of Assistant U.S. Attorney Melissa Randolph, described to me as a feisty lady who'll face off with ... read more

Eddie Cibrian Books Chase Guest Spot

Eddie Cibrian

Less than two months after losing his gig on CSI: Miami, Eddie Cibrian is saddling up for his return to TV.

The 37-year-old actor has landed a multi-episode arc on NBC's new drama Chase, Entertainment Weekly reports. On the series... read more

NBC Adds Bruckheimer's Chase to Fall Lineup

Chase

NBC has added a fifth pilot to its fall season with the pickup of Chase, a drama produced by Jerry Bruckheimer.

NBC picks up three more series for 2010-11 season

"Chase has all the undeniable elements of a thrill ride that you would expect from a Jerry Bruckheimer action series," said Angela Bromstad, NBC's president of primetime entertainment. "Equally important, it also features... read more

Pilot News: CBS Eyes Melissa George and Cole Hauser

Melissa George, Cole Hauser

Abruptly exiting Grey's Anatomy didn't leave Melissa George out of work for long. The Aussie beauty has in short order joined the ensemble cast of CBS' as-yet-untitled legal drama about federal prosecutors based out of Manhattan.

George, says the Reporter, will play a Los Angeles Assistant District Attorney who ... read more

Cole Hauser Scores Talent Deal at CBS

Cole Hauser by Casey Rodgers/ WireImage.com

CBS has its eye on a hunky new leading man.Film and former K-Ville star Cole Hauser has signed a talent deal with CBS and CBS Paramount TV studio, according to Variety, which means he may be coming very soon to a TV set near you.Hauser could have been on the small screen already — he starred in the CBS Paramount pilot The Tower. The show was not picked up, but executives were impressed with his performance, hence the talent deal.The 33-year-old can currently be seen in Tyler Perry's The Family That Preys. — Joyce Eng read more

Pilot News: Hauser and Pounder Storm Tower

Cole Hauser (K-Ville) and C.C.H. Pounder (The Shield) have landed leads in The Tower, a CBS drama pilot about a group of Chicago reporters who don't break news so much as investigate it with the intensity of 1,000 hot lights. Per the Reporter, Hauser will play a crime reporter, while Pounder will serve as his newspaper's managing editor. — MWM read more

Army Wives' Brigid Brannagh Does Double Duty on K-Ville

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 isn’t 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 Anderson’s 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. It’s kind of a glimpse at his former life.”So how exactly does being a hardened criminal compare to life on an army base? “She’s in fabulous outfits,” gushes Brannagh of her K-Ville cameo. “Army Wives doesn’t have qu... read more

"Bedfellows"

Was it just me or did this episode seem more complex? I took more notes tonight than I have previously and I’m not afraid to agree with the majority of you and say this show is getting better. I might be showing a past loyalty to writer Lawrence Kaplow, who used to write for House, one of my favorite shows. He cowrote this episode and I felt like he and his cowriter really elevated the material.The case: Ex-DA and current city councilman Clay Beelman is pulled from the water. A Tiffany blue fingernail is the only piece of evidence Boulet and Cobb have to try to identify his alleged attacker. Said fingernail belongs to call girl Laine Rogers. Boulet and Cobb storm the brothel in search of Laine only to find out she’s on a house call. One of the hookers they do find in the house, Sarah Rogate, has a connection to Captain Embry. Cobb thinks the Captain has something going on the side until Boulet tells him the captain lost his wife six years ago to cancer. But what is his rel... read more

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