Madeleine Stowe, Emily VanCamp
Another one down, one more to go.
On last week's Revenge, Emily Thorne (Emily VanCamp) finally got the thing she's wanted most: Conrad Grayson (Henry Czerny) behind bars for (inadvertently) admitting to being responsible for the bomb on Flight 197. But Emily isn't satisfied yet. As she told Conrad, much to his approval, Victoria Grayson (Madeleine Stowe) will be taken down next. But will Victoria figure out the truth about Emily before she can enact her revengenda?
Conrad Gayson's other wife is coming to town!
NYPD Blue alum Gail O'Grady has been cast as Conrad's first wife on Revenge, TVGuide.com has confirmed. As first reported by E! Online, O'Grady's character will surprise her former hubby (Henry Czerny) and Victoria (Madeleine Stowe) when she reappears unexpectedly in Episode 13.
O'Grady's character, whom Conrad dumped for Victoria 25 years ago, is described as...
Gail O'Grady, Nathan Fillion
NYPD Blue vet Gail O'Grady is back on the beat — sort of. The Emmy nominated actress will guest-star on an upcoming episode of Castle, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
O'Grady will play...
Now playing in this week's Mitovich Mega Minute:
• Which Gilmore gal soon will be showing up on Wisteria Lane, and which Desperate Housewife does she have it in for?
• Ghost Whisperer sinks its teeth into a NYPD Blue alum for a vampire storyline.
• Reader question answered! "Is The Unit on the move?"
Watch and discuss the new MMM after the jump!
Reiko Aylesworth, Gail O'Grady
If you seek Lost's Amy beyond this spring (or beyond the 1970s, for that matter), you may be out of luck. Reiko Aylesworth, who only joined up with the Dharma Initiative for a handful of episodes, has landed a role in Jerry Bruckheimer's untitled ABC drama pilot about amateur detectives.
Among a multitude of other ABC pilot castings from the Hollywood Reporter, Gail O'Grady (NYPD Blue) has been cast in ...
Gail O’Grady, Frances Conroy and Lily Tomlin
Jeers to Desperate Housewives for squandering three terrific actresses in one-dimensional parts. Read, discuss and vote on this complete Jeer after the jump.
Timothy Hutton by Jesse Grant/WireImage.com
Timothy Hutton, who last tempted TV viewers with last season's Kidnapped, has landed the lead in the TNT drama pilot Leverage, says the Reporter. Hutton plays an investigator for Big Insurance who turns around and targets greedy corporations when his dying son is denied medical treatment.... Kevin Spacey has joined Recount, HBO's movie about the bungled 2000 election, playing a top aide to Vice President Al Gore.... Gail O'Grady, Greg Germann and Robert Mailhouse will star in All I Want for Christmas, a Hallmark flick about a single mom whose sad little dating life miraculously turns around. That's lovely and all, but what does it have to do with my two front teeth?
Saffron Burrows by Jeff Vespa/WireImage.com
Crane, Poole & Schmidt's semi-extreme makeover continues. Joining John Larroquette and Tara Summers as new additions to the Boston Legal cast this season are Circle of Friends' Saffron Burrows (as a sexy 'n' sophisticated litigator/former lover of James Spader's Alan) and Hustle & Flow's Taraji Henson (arriving mid-season as a New York office cohort of Larroquette's). The Reporter is also reporting that Mark Valley and Rene Auberjonois, half of last month's surprising cast purge, will return for multiple appearances, while Gail O'Grady is set to reprise her role of Judge Weldon for several episodes.
Hello, all you Hidden Palms fans! My, but you are an exclusive lot. Perhaps a tad too exclusive. That might be why the network is now showing two episodes (thats right, two original episodes back-to-back!) this Wednesday and next Wednesday, in the hopes that they can ignite Hidden Palms fever by the time our finale airs on July 4. (Cue fireworks here.)That being said, I deeply appreciate all your comments and votes of confidence and will continue to blog no matter what. Or at least until TV Guide tells me to stop. Which might happen on July 5. Well see. Anyway, lets talk about our two upcoming episodes. I think you will enjoy them for the following reasons:1. The mystery surrounding Eddies death deepens.2. The adults start to become more of a factor in the developing events. Trust me, this is a good thing. Kids misbehaving is one thing, but when the adults go naughty, its a hoot!So, here's the scoop: Cliff finally has it out with his moms sl...
Nobody likes a stalker.OK, where are my fellow teen-drama fans? The O.C.'s gone, One Tree Hill's fourth season is coming to a close, and The Hills although technically not a drama, but has enough in it to fall into the category is on hiatus. Hello, I need my mindless, love-torn, unrealistic TV! The CW wasn't about to leave us hanging, though. I've got to admit, the opening of this show surprised me and yet it didn't at the same time. "Life shouldn't be so expected." Well, I didn't expect Johnny's (Taylor Handley) father to shoot himself just then, but again, how can I be that shocked, right? "C'mon, Dad, I love drunk time, but I really need to finish this." Just with that line alone, Johnny's former structured self became just a cover for someone whose parent was so out of control, the only thing that made sense was numbers. Definite answers. One year later, camera in hand, hair as messy as a wannabe rock star's (or Jesse McCartney's possible twin brother?), Johnny's i...