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Exclusive: Scorpion Books Justified Alum for Guest Spot (Plus: New Key Art!)

Mykelti Williamson

Justified alum Mykelti Williamson will guest-star on CBS' upcoming freshman drama Scorpion, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

Scorpion stars Elyes Gabel as eccentric genius Walter O'Brien, who builds a team of other super-geniuses to help solve the world's most complex problems. Williamson will appear in an October episode as ... read more

Critic's Notebook: CBS at TCA

Dean Winters, Josh Duhamel

When at first you do succeed: do it again. Imitation, not innovation, was the prevailing takeaway when CBS presented its fall prospects (and one notable midseason contender) at the TCA press tour on Thursday.

Not that the network's entertainment chairman Nina Tassler had any apologies for doubling down on what works — not when a franchise like NCIS (launching its second spinoff in September) can achieve what she called the "creative holy grail" with its global dominance, or when syndication and/or streaming deals with outlets like Hulu, Amazon and WGN add to the bottom line for shows including the acclaimed The Good Wife and Elementary and the sci-fi hits of the last two summers. "These [new] platforms aren't replacing each other. They're complementing one another and enhancing the value of the content as it moves from window to window."

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Smash's Katharine McPhee Joins CBS' Scorpion Pilot

Katherine McPhee

Katharine McPhee has landed the female lead in CBS' drama pilot Scorpion, TVGuide.com has confirmed.

In the pilot, an eccentric genius (Elyes Gabel) and his international network of super-geniuses form the last line of defense against the complex threats of the modern age.

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The Smash alum and former American Idol finalist will play... read more

Exclusive Body of Proof Sneak Peek: Who Gets Kidnapped?

Mark Valley

On Tuesday's episode of Body of Proof, a wealthy fund manager named Gerry Roberts (guest star Christopher McDonald) is on trial for allegedly defrauding his investors. But, he's kidnapped while leaving court — right in front of Tommy (Mark Valley) and Adam (Elyes Gabel), who are on his security detail.

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Body of Proof: Check Out an Exclusive Sneak Peek from the Season 3 Premiere

Body of Proof

Out with the old, in with the new.

When ABC's Body of Proof kicks off its revamped third season Tuesday, Feb. 19 (10/9, ABC), many of the show's key players won't be returning (RIP, Peter!). But one previously unseen figure from medical examiner Megan Hunt's (Dana Delany) past will be.

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Ray Wise, Michael Nouri, Derek Webster Head to Body of Proof

Ray Wise

Some new faces are heading to ABC's Body of Proof.

Ray Wise, Michael Nouri and Derek Webster are all set to guest-star on the upcoming season, TVLine.com reports.

24 alum heading to Body of Proof

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Game of Thrones' Amrita Acharia: Why Daenerys Has Lost So Much

Amrita Acharia, Game of Thrones

Daenerys can't seem to catch a break. The khaleesi (Emilia Clarke) has experienced loss after loss this season, and on Sunday's Game of Thrones, she suffers several devastating setbacks.. read more

Game of Thrones: How to Speak (and Curse!) Like the Dothraki

Jason Momoa and Emilia Clarke

Athchomar chomakaan, khal vezhven! (Welcome, great khal!)

After last week's Game of Thrones stayed firmly in Westeros, Sunday's episode (airing at 9/8c on HBO) returns to the land of the Dothraki, those nomadic warriors across the Narrow Sea who value a good piece of horseflesh for both riding and eating.

But we're not here to discuss Dothraki livestock recipes, as delicious as they may be. Instead, we shall delve into their language, a liquid-sounding tongue inspired by the limited Dothraki vocabulary, as seen in George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire novels on which Thrones is based. Executive producers D.B. Weiss and David Benioff, with the help of the Language Creation Society's mononymous Sai, selected David J. Peterson to create and expand the Dothraki language, which now stands at 2,763 words at the last count, for the HBO series.

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