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Anne Heche to Co-Star in USA's Event Series Dig

Anne Heche

Anne Heche will star opposite Jason Isaacs in USA's upcoming event series Dig.

The Emmy nominee will play Lynn, the head of Jerusalem's FBI office and Peter's (Isaacs) boss. To complicate the matters, Lynn is also Peter's only friend and love interest. She's a tough leader and doesn't go easy on Peter, but Lynn also has a soft side.

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Jason Isaacs to Star in USA's Thriller Dig

Jason Isaacs

Jason Isaacs has been cast as the lead role in USA's thriller Dig, TVGuide.com has learned.

The Awake star will play Peter, an FBI agent stationed in Jerusalem whose murder investigation of a young archeologist leads him to uncover a conspiracy 2000 years old.

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Jason Isaacs, Patrick J. Adams Join NBC's Rosemary's Baby Miniseries

Patrick J. Adams, Jason Isaacs

NBC's upcoming Rosemary's Baby miniseries has cast its leading man.

Suits star Patrick J. Adams will star as Guy, the husband of Zoe Saldana's title character, in the planned four-hour miniseries, according to Deadline. read more

Pilot News: Jason Isaacs Lands Title Role in Surgeon General

Jason Isaacs

Jason Isaacs has landed the title role in the CBS pilot The Surgeon General, TVGuide.com has learned.

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2012's Best Episodes: Fringe Goes Back to the Future and Once Gets Magical

Fringe

Deaths! Interrogations! Plane crashes! Breakups! Weddings! Catfights! Sex dreams! TV had it all this year. From Desperate Housewives' fitting farewell to Fringe's powerful flash-forward, 2012 served up some remarkable hours of television, and we've assembled the top 25 episodes. Which ones made the cut? Tune in all week to see the full list.

Here are Episodes 20-16. (Catch up with Episodes 25-21.)
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Thursday TV: The Summer Season Begins — Inauspiciously

Duets' Olivia Chisholm and Robin Thicke

Seriously, TV? You couldn't give us 24 hours to catch our breath from the season that just ended with a frenetic bang Wednesday night: read more

Matt's TV Week in Review: Game-Changer Edition

Amy Poehler

KNOPE CAN DO! On a thoroughly charming Parks and Recreation finale, eternal idealist Leslie Knope achieves her lifelong dream of being voted into office — and Amy Poehler captures every nail-biting emotion, from overwhelmed pride at casting a vote for herself to premature despair, an ultimately genuine joy and gratitude to all the friends who made this possible. Her opponent Bobby Newport isn't the only one who's relieved — and geez, show, Paul Rudd is such an adorable boob (the way he stares at a boom mike like it's a chew toy), can't he stick around as a mascot or something? Pawnee City Council may not be Washington, D.C. (where Ben appears to be heading, casting a long-distance pall over the celebration), and a 21-vote margin of victory isn't much of a mandate, but who cares when you have friends like a whisky-laden Ron Swanson, who tells Leslie when she's down that the team rallied to her cause because "that's what you do when you care about someone: You support 'em win, lose or draw." Awww.

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Thursday TV: Big Bang and Other Finales, Reveals on Scandal and Awake

The Big Bang Theory

One small gesture can be worth a thousand punch lines. This becomes clear in the last moments of The Big Bang Theory's funny and ultimately touching season finale (CBS, 8/7c), as the gang prepares to watch Howard Walowitz — or "Froot Loops," to his fellow astronauts (you'll learn why) — go into space. But not before hastily arranging an accelerated wedding for Howard and his beloved, Bernadette (Don't Call Her Ma), whose one condition is that ...
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Awake: Why Is There a Penguin in Britten's House!?

Jason Isaacs

How long can Michael Britten live in two realities?

More and more that's becoming the question at the center of NBC's Awake. After Britten (Jason Isaacs) agreed to move with his wife Hannah (Laura Allen) to Oregon — a move encouraged by his therapists as a sign of progress — he received a haunting phone call from the serial killer he was chasing that urged him to not let go of his dual-reality gift.

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Awake: Can Britten Keep His Double Life and His Marriage?

Laura Allen

Awake's Michael Britten is already living in two worlds, and after Thursday's episode, he may soon be living in a third.

Spring Preview: Get more scoop on new shows

Britten (Jason Isaacs) has been slipping back and forth between two realities ever since a car accident killed either his wife Hannah (Laura Allen) or his son Rex (Dylan Minnette). In Thursday's aptly titled episode "Oregon," Britten learns that Hannah is far more serious than he thought about moving to the Beaver State to pursue law school — and to escape the pain of losing their son.

"Obviously she's devastated by the loss of her son and yet she needs to stay in perpetual motion," Allen tells TVGuide.com... read more

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