Barry Bostwick, Stacy Keach and Geoff Stults
The Hill brothers are in for a very bumpy ride when they get a visit from a trio of Army veterans on Friday's new episode of Enlisted (9/8c, Fox).
In this exclusive clip, Pete...
Telling most actors that they look fit enough to play a role younger than their real age would be considered a compliment. Unless you're Scott Bakula. This season, on his TNT series Men of a Certain Age, the 56-year-old's character turns 50. And he's actually rather bummed about the idea. ...
Oh boy, indeed! Quantum Leap may be coming to the big screen. At the TV Guide Magazine and the Paley Center For Media's Quantum Leap retrospective (hosted by TV Guide Magazine's executive editor Craig Tomashoff) at Comic-Con on July 22, series star Scott Bakula revealed that a feature-film version of the classic 1989-1993 drama was in the works...
Battlestar GalacticaYou know, if you have any friends who still write off sci-fi as gimmicky crap (and it too often is), just have them watch the first segment of this episode. Hill Street Blues never did an intro better, and Hill Street Blues did 'em great. Not a laser gun fired — just cool, alt-blues mood music and a solid human interchange as Roslin and Adama exchange ideas on how to defeat a case of nerves, then a devastating ending as the chief freaks and beats poor Callie. Here we go.
I have to say that while the casting of so many sci-fi/fantasy alums (the original Galactica's Richard Hatch as Zarek, Xena's Lucy Lawless as D'Anna) could come off as gimmicky, it doesn't matter when they're as great as De
The wheel thing: Wagon Train's Horton and Bond
Question: Sir, could you please tell me who the main stars were on Wagon Train? Thank you.
Answer: Thanks for the respect, Teri (I get so little), but as the old boot-camp admonishment goes, don't call me "sir" — I work for a living!
There are a few answers to that question, the first being the cast list (which I'll run down in a moment) and the second being a list of guest stars, since episodes revolved around one-shot characters who came and went. But any fan of the show would whittle it down to one actor: the opinionated, tough-as-leather Ward Bond.
In the series, which ran on NBC from 1957-62 before jumping to ABC and finishing out its run there in 1965, Bond played Major Seth Adams, who led the train each season from St. Louis to California with assistant wagon master Bill Hawks (Terry Wilson) and cook Charlie Wooster (Frank McGrath) by h