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Keck's Exclusives: Casting the NCIS: Los Angeles Spin-Off

NCIS: Los Angeles

Would CBS' NCIS and NCIS: Los Angeles be monster successes if such charismatic actors as Mark Harmon, Pauley Perrette, LL Cool J and Chris O'Donnell hadn't been cast in the leading roles? Probably not. Now Shane Brennan, exec producer of the franchise, is hoping to spin off yet another series. This one, scheduled to test-launch as a special episode of NCIS: L.A. this spring, centers on a mobile organization called Red Team. Here are the major roles currently being cast, along with some recommendations of actors who might be looking for work.... read more

Review: Thursday TV in the Silly Season

George Lopez

With new summer programming like what's on display tonight, it's enough to make you miss reruns. (Well, hello, CBS! We can always count on you to do things the traditional way — at least until Big Brother returns next month.)

You could do worse than re-watching Leonard's date with Penny on The Big Bang Theory, or Person of Interest's Reese protecting Astro from last season's The X Factor or Cho's first meeting with Samaire Armstrong on The Mentalist. You could do far worse.

You could, for example, watch your brain cells atrophy by tuning into Fox's hardly-fit-for-cable combo of goofy new meat-market dating shows. (The Dating Game's Jim Lange, I miss you.) In Take Me Out (8/7c), which might as well be called Date Or No Date, it's the guy on display, trying to charm a "flirty 30" bevy of bimbos before they turn out the light on their podium, signaling their disinterest. read more

What to Expect From NBC's Saving Hope Besides Ghosts

Michael Shanks

Tornoto's Hope-Zion Hospital is haunted, but not by a vengeful spirit.

On NBC's new medical drama Saving Hope, which premieres Thursday at 9/8c, Chief of Surgery Charlie Harris (Michael Shanks) falls into a coma and finds himself in an out-of-body experience, roaming the hallways as a ghost. Fellow surgeon and fiancee Alex Reid (Smallville's Erica Durance) is torn between her emotional attachment and her objectivity as a doctor who is still very much needed by the other patients coming into the hospital daily.

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Smallville's Allison Mack Joins FX's Wilfred

Allison Mack

The Smallville alums are heading back to TV in full force.

Allison Mack is the latest to return, landing a guest-starring role on FX's Wilfred, TVGuide.com has confirmed. Mack will play... read more

NBC Unveils Premiere Dates for Jenny McCarthy's Love in the Wild Debut, Erica Durance Series

Jenny McCarthy

Jenny McCarthy will make her debut as the new host of NBC's Love in the Wild on Thursday, June 7 at 8/7c, the network announced Thursday.

The two-hour season kick-off of the dating competition will be followed by the series premiere of the Canadian medical drama, tentatively titled Saving Hope, at 10/9c. Love in the Wild, which debuted last summer with host... read more

NBC Picks Up Erica Durance Medical Drama for Summer

Erica Durance

NBC has picked up the Canadian medical drama Saving Hope in what will be Erica Durance's first series role since Smallville.

Saving Hope, from Rookie Blue producers Ilana Frank and David Wellington, follows surgeon Alex Reid (Durance) whose personal and professional life is turned upside down when he... read more

Wednesday TV in Review: Chelsea, Face Off, Middle, Harry and More

Face Off

Knock knock. Who's there? Chelsea. Chelsea who?

No, make that Chelsea why? The answer to the question posed in NBC's squalid new sitcom Are You There, Chelsea? (8:30/7:30c) is "not really." Based on late-night spitfire Chelsea Handler's potty-mouthed party-girl memoirs — but dropping the Vodka from the title because that might be, you know, offensive — this smutty but toothless misfire puzzlingly reduces Handler to a supporting role: that of a mousy, whiny born-again sister to the fictional Chelsea, played by That '70s Show's Laura Prepon with a one-note husky-voiced crassness that grows stale long before the first scene (in a women's jail cell) ends with Glee's Dot Marie Jones leering at Chelsea. Which is maybe the only sexual advance Chelsea spurns. As long as she can be on top. Which she mentions a lot.

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Erica Durance Channels Wonder Woman for Harry's Law Guest Spot

Erica Durance

After seven seasons as Lois Lane on Smallville, Erica Durance has lassoed another iconic comic-book-based role. The Canadian actress guest stars on tonight's episode of Harry's Law as Annie Bilson, a victim of domestic violence who suffers a psychotic break and believes she is Wonder Woman (9/8c, NBC). "This is her... read more

First Look Video: Watch Erica Durance Kick Butt as Wonder Woman on Harry's Law

Erica Durance

Erica Durance, who starred on The CW's Smallville as Lois Lane, is about to kick some butt on Harry's Law (Wednesdays, 9/8c, NBC).

Durance takes on the role of a somewhat mentally unstable woman who believes she's Wonder Woman. Her character, Annie Bilson, will find herself on the wrong side of the law when she metes out her own form of justice. (Get the scoop on her role and what it was like to put on the superhero costume here.)

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First Look: Smallville's Erica Durance Suits Up as Wonder Woman on Harry's Law

Erica Durance

It's the moment Smallville fans have been waiting for: Erica Durance is wearing the real Wonder Woman costume. She just didn't do it until her guest appearance on Harry's Law.

Durance, who earlier this year said goodbye to the role of Lois Lane after Smallville ended its 10-year run, will play a somewhat mentally unstable woman who believes she truly is Wonder Woman in the Wednesday, Jan. 11 episode of Harry's Law. TVGuide.com hit the set to find out what it's like to put on the costume, which is of the same design worn by Adrianne Palicki in David E. Kelley's defunct Wonder Woman pilot. Also, Durance tackles the Lois Lane vs. Wonder Woman question... read more

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