Tempestt Bledsoe, Ernie Hudson
Move over, Bill Cosby! Tempestt Bledsoe's got a new TV dad!
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Beau Bridges will appear on an upcoming episode of White Collar as Peter's mentor, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Bridges, 69, will play Agent Kramer, a well-decorated federal officer and art expert who instructed Peter (Tim DeKay) when he trained at Quantico. Kramer has been Peter's mentor ever since, and...
Lena Headey, who plays Queen Cersei on HBO's Game of Thrones, is extending her reign to the USA Network, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Ernie Hudson has been cast on White Collar as Isaac Jeffries, the loving childhood mentor of Mozzie (Willie Garson), TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Hudson, 65, will appear in an upcoming episode that looks back at...
Heroes is gonna call a Ghostbuster in for a guest role this season.
Ernie Hudson, who played Winston Zeddemore in the Ghostbusters franchise, will join the NBC drama for a multi-episode arc, TVGuide.com has confirmed. Hudson will play Captain Bullock, a Baltimore detective who is on the trail of one of the super-powered characters.
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ABC Family on Wednesday announced casting for its new, as-yet-untitled series from 7th Heaven creator Brenda Hampton (which, in case you're curious, is currently referred to as the "Untitled Brenda Hampton Project"). Not only has the show signed on Smallville's John Schneider (Jonathan Kent) and Oz's Ernie Hudson (Leo Glynn), but also the former Sixteen-year-old America loved, Molly Ringwald. The series, to air this summer, will be a one-hour drama that as Ausiello previously reported centers on a family and their friends after 15-year-old Amy Nicholson becomes unexpectedly pregnancy (no, Diablo Cody is not signed on). The show's recurring cast members will also include newcomer Shailene Woodley (previously seen on The O.C.), Camille Winbush (The Bernie Mac Show) and Allen Evangelista (Zoey 101). How exciting will it be to see these new cast additions together? We'll have to wait for the drama to unfold. Anna Dimond
As Nicollette Sheridan said to the women on The View last week: "Finally! A new episode!" I would've preferred more Nicollette tonight, though, besides just the final scene. But what a final scene Alma is moving to Wisteria Lane, thanks to the real-estate savvy of Edie. The best episodes of DH are the ones like tonight that introduce new mysteries while further answering old ones. What was Alma giving herself a shot of in her thigh? For a while there, I thought she was killing herself, but I was wrong. I liked the earlier flashback scene where we found out why Alma and Orson got married she tricked him into getting her pregnant, and he was never in love with her. Loved when she showed up to Bree's door, and Bree fainted. Valerie Mahaffey is a stellar addition to an already solid cast, so I hope Alma lasts. Her best line was to Orson while sitting next to Bree on the couch: "What is it with you and redheads?" Since Alma and Bree are so similar, it was natural for them t...
After last week's ending, I was really hoping that we'd find out more info on the backgrounds of Orson and Art tonight, but they are really taking baby steps when it comes to those two mysterious characters. So now we at least know (thanks to Orson's mama, Gloria) that Orson was having an affair with Monique while being married to Alma the same Monique that had an affair with Harvey Bigsby, Carolyn's hubby. As Gloria so eloquently put it, Monique "got around." But Gloria still knows more and is holding those nuggets over Orson's head: "What are you going to do to me that hasn't already been done?" That look of death that Orson gave Gloria made me believe he'd kill her in the next scene. But instead, Bree packed Orson's things and asked him to leave, apparently believing Gloria. I'm still loving Dixie Carter as Gloria, and I hope she spills more of the beans about Orson soon. How perfect for Andrew to be in cahoots with Gloria, attempting to sneak her wine behind Bree's back, ...
I thoroughly enjoyed tonight's confession-themed episode, as did my roommate Jason, who referred to the Lynette-Susan-Gaby-getting-drunk-on-the-porch scene as one of the all-time funniest and well-written scenes, and I agree. Just that scene alone had highlights galore, like Lynette confessing her innermost feelings about Tom: "I want him to have what he wants if it's what I want. I'm a bitch with a capital C." Earlier, Gaby's line had us rewinding to watch it again: "I'm just gonna say it. Tequila makes me happy!" Then, after the neighbor couple walked by: "Yeah, we're drinking on the porch you got a problem with that?" followed by: "Can I tell you guys something? I can only tell you guys." Susan: "Oh my god here she goes again what grade is he in?" And before that, Susan to Lynette: "Where were we?" Lynette: "You were trying to figure out how to kill Edie without doing time." Susan: "I wish Paul Young was still around. Hed know what to do." But th...