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Neve Campbell In Talks to Star in TNT Pilot Guilt By Association

Neve Campbell

Neve Campbell is eyeing a return to TV.

The former Party of Five star is nearing a deal to star in TNT's drama from famed ex-prosecutor Marcia Clark, Deadline.com reports.

TV couples: Should they or shouldn't they?

Guilt By Association, which is based on Clark's book of the same name, centers on Rachel Knight (Campbell), a gutsy Deputy District Attorney in... read more

Exclusive Beauty and the Beast First Look: Catherine Teams Up with Elisabeth Rohm

Beauty and the Beast

While Beauty and the Beast's Vincent is finally going public, Catherine is headed undercover with a new ally.

On Monday's episode "Ancestors," Cat (Kristin Kreuk) dives headfirst into an undercover case with FBI Agent Dana Landon played by guest star Elisabeth Rohm (Law & Order). Although Cat recently declared being ready to move on from Vincent (Jay Ryan), the two — of course — end up coming face-to-face during the case.

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The Mentalist Postmortem: Is Red John Off His Game?

Simon Baker

[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from Sunday's episode of The Mentalist. Read at your own risk.]

Advantage Jane?

On Sunday's episode of The Mentalist, Patrick Jane (Simon Baker) not only rescues Lisbon (Robin Tunney) from her encounter with Red John, but he also gains a crucial piece of evidence in his hunt for the serial killer... read more

It's a Girl for L&O Alumna Elisabeth Rohm

Elisabeth Rohm by Jean Baptiste Lacroix/WireImage.com

Former Law & Order actress Elisabeth Röhm gave birth to a baby girl on Thursday.The baby is the first for Röhm and her fiancé, entrepreneur Ron Wooster, says People. The little one arrived at 6 lbs., 13 oz., and is named Easton August Anthony (which is reportedly a secondary surname for Wooster). "I've been dreaming about her for the last nine months," Rohm said. "I'm so thrilled she's finally here."Röhm and Wooster plan to get married this fall — and little Easton might even be ready to crawl down the aisle with some flowers. — Anna Dimond read more

I had a chance to watch the ...

Question: I had a chance to watch the pilots for both Moonlight and Reaper. I'm a big Supernatural fan, and these ghost/vampire genre shows, when done well, are a lot of fun. To me, one of these shows demonstrates how you do it well, and one demonstrates how you do it badly. Let's start with the good: I really enjoy Reaper. The stars are likable, the writing is fun, and it genuinely made me laugh. It obviously isn't taking itself too seriously, but the effects are still nice and flashy, and let's face it: You couldn't ask for a more charming Satan than Ray Wise. I hope he gets more screen time. The creators obviously have a clear vision that the look, the music and the story all contribute to. I'll definitely keep tuning in. Now on to Moonlight — yikes! First of all, that voice-over. We get it, you're an angsty vampire. Shut up, already! I think the excessive VO makes the bad writing even worse. Because the writing is bad. So full of clichés! I wanted to laugh at the overly serious ... read more

Law & Order Alum Lands Big Gig, More Casting Bits

Big Shots by Sam Jones/ABC

Law & Order alumna Elisabeth Rohm and onetime Veronica Mars recurring player Ryan Devlin are each joining ABC's Big Shots, playing love interests for Michael Vartan and Peyton List (aka Dylan McDermott's daughter), respectively.... Also per the Reporter, Jordan Bridges (Conviction) is joining Bionic Woman to woo Jaime Sommers, and Brandon Eaton has been cast as a younger version of NBC's Journeyman, Kevin McKidd.... Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio and Tim DeKay (Tell Me You Love Me) are Amber Tamblyn's parents in the Hallmark TV-movie The Russell Girl.More TVGuide.com casting news: Samantha Who? Snags Eddie Cibrian, Lost's Kiele Sanchez, Sharon Gless Gets a Little Nip/Tuck read more

"The Awakening"

Like the characters in tonight's episode, we can live in the hope that "The Awakening" remains the weakest installment of this series. In fact, we might even wonder why this arguably religious fantasy was included in a series devoted to science fiction at all; more importantly, we can wonder why, if this obviously heartfelt production was to be included, they executed it so poorly, with so many goofy little details that pull the viewer out of the drama.Based, presumably rather loosely, on Howard Fast's short story "The General Zapped an Angel" (the producers were so concerned that the not-exactly-surprising ending would be given away that they credited the story in the opening as "The General Zapped... "), it's squarely in the tradition of attempted mystical uplift in science fiction drama. As I mentioned in my first post, Howard Fast is best known for his historical fiction, the field to which he contributed most often and most importantly; like sf, historical fiction is a field th... read more

ABC's Science Fiction Series Finally Materializes

Anne Heche and Russell Porter by Bob Akester/ABC

ABC's Masters of Science Fiction anthology series, announced what seems like light-years ago, will finally hit the airwaves during the dog days of August. The lineup — slashed from six installments to four — is as follows:August 4: "A Clean Escape," based on Nebula Award-winning author John Kessel's short story about a postapocalyptic psychiatrist (Judy Davis) determined to solve a man's (Sam Waterston) apparent memory lapse.August 11: "The Awakening," based on a short story by Howard Fast, starring Terry O'Quinn, Elisabeth Rohm and William B. Davis, and concerning Baghdad-based soldiers' discovery of a "mysterious casualty."August 18: "Jerry Was a Man," based on the Robert Heinlein story about an affluent couple (Anne Heche and Malcolm McDowell) who acquire an anthropoid.August 25: "The Discarded," based on the short story by seven-time Hugo Award winner, three-time Nebula Award winner, and Science Fiction Grand Master Laureate Harlan Ellison, directed by Jonathan Frakes,... read more


It's the end of an era at TVGuide.com. After nearly six years, 1,123 columns and 876 digs at Elisabeth Röhm, this marks Michael Ausiello's final Entertainment News column before he officially passes the baton to his colleague, Matt Webb Mitovich. As previously reported, Ausiello is giving up EN to focus his energy on the "global phenomenon" (his Aunt Joan's words, not his) that is Ask Ausiello, as well as the Ausiello Report in TV Guide magazine and his upcoming AA T-shirt line. In recognition of this momentous occasion, the showbiz world paused for a moment of silence at 10:06 am/ET — the exact moment Ausiello's farewell column went live on the site. His celeb pals were quick to chime in with their congratulations. "Michael who?" gushed Law & Order: SVU's Mariska Hargitay via her assistant. "Oh, right. That strange guy I always bump into at the grocery store. And at work. And outside my loft read more

Since I am a huge fan of Two ...

Question: Since I am a huge fan of Two and a Half Men, I keep watching CBS after it ends every week. I have been watching Out of Practice these first weeks, and although it isn't the best comedy ever (not even close), it gets me through the hour. Practice's first episode was watched by 13 million viewers, and its second broadcast was enjoyed by 11 million viewers. On the other hand, How I Met Your Mother (which is better) reached only 10 million viewers in the first two weeks of the season. However, a lot of experts are calling Mother a keeper and Practice a possible casualty of the season. I don't get it. How can Practice be in more danger than Mother if it has better ratings? Also Out of Practice is not that bad. I'd rather watch Stockard Channing than Still Standing's pathetic cast and stories any day of the week. Answer: I'd rather watch a clip reel of Elisabeth Rohm's scenes from Law & Order than Still Standing, so that's a pretty low bar, don't you think? But here's the deal with ... read more

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