In the upcoming 14th season of CBS's CSI, romance is in the cards for David Hodges (Wallace Langham), who "will continue his flirtation with beautiful Italian women and explore the possibility of marriage," says executive producer Don McGill.
But first, look for Langham to moonlight on the Lifetime dramedy Drop Dead Diva as an odd auditor named Lester Tuttle, who harbors a secret agenda that may jeopardize the future of Harrison & Parker, the law firm where Jane works. "Wally has a warped sense of humor that lends itself perfectly to this role," says Diva exec producer Josh Berman. Langham will appear in Diva's August 11 summer finale before returning to wrap up his story in the fall.
April Bowlby and Barbara Corcoran
Drop Dead Diva's resident pakery chef Stacy (April Bowlby) is in for a rude awakening when she seeks the business advice of Shark Tank's Barbara Corcoran.
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Like the show's titular character, Drop Dead Diva is coming back to life!
After being canceled in January, the Lifetime series will return for a fifth season Sunday at 9/8c, picking up shortly after Jane Bingum (Brooke Elliot) kissed former love Grayson (Jackson Hurst) at her wedding to Owen (Lex Medlin). Oops! Meanwhile, Old Jane pushed the return button, sending her back to Earth. But whose body will she end up in? TVGuide.com spoke with executive producer Josh Berman to get the scoop on the new season:
Bones; The Mob Doctor
Poor Grace. On Monday's New Year's Eve-themed Mob Doctor (9/8c, Fox), the not-so-good doctor (Jordana Spiro) finally finds herself with a few spare hours, only to get pulled into yet another one of her brother Nate's schemes. This time, it involves a stolen racehorse.
Jennifer Beals joins the cast of The Mob Doctor Monday, and with the addition of her character, the game is about to change.
Beals portrays a powerful mob wife named Celeste LaPree who will play a major role in filling the "power vacuum" that exists after mob boss Moretti (Michael Rapaport) was arrested in last week's episode, according to creator Josh Berman.
Jennifer Beals, Michael Madsen
Michael Madsen has booked a two-episode arc on Fox's The Mob Doctor, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Madsen will play Russell King, a veteran criminal whose crimes require a certain flair and professional expertise. On the night of a big job, King has a flare-up of back pain and discovers he requires immediate surgery. We're guessing The Mob Doctor herself, Jordana Spiro's Grace Devlin, will be called on to help.
"What would have happened if Meadow Soprano had gone on to medical school and become a doctor?" That's the question writer-producer Josh Berman said he found himself wondering when Jamie-Lynn Sigler (who played Tony Soprano's brainy daughter on The Sopranos) guest-starred on his show Drop Dead Diva.
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Thus was planted the seed for The Mob Doctor, Berman's new series that stars Jordana Spiro as Dr. Grace Devlin, a surgeon who tries to balance her professional career with a...
Brooke Elliott and Ben Feldman
Fred is back on Drop Dead Diva — and this time, the real Jane is with him!
Ben Feldman, who recurred on Mad Men earlier this season, will reprise his role as guardian angel Fred is the Season 4 finale of the Lifetime hit, and TVGuide.com has the exclusive first look at his return.
Jane Bingum — the real one — will return in the season finale of Drop Dead Diva!
The real Jane (Brooke Elliott) was last seen in the series premiere, in which she took a bullet for Parker (Josh Stamberg). At the same time, Deb (then portrayed by Brooke D'Orsay) died in a car accident. When Deb got to heaven, she pressed the "return" button on Fred's (Ben Feldman) keyboard and came back to Earth in the only body available: Jane's. Now, in the Season 4 finale, we'll find out where real Jane has been all this time.
Mad Men's Ben Feldman returns to Drop Dead Diva
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The Mob Doctor
The Mob Doctor will air on a broadcast network, and it was created by the same people who brought us Lifetime's Drop Dead Diva, but don't worry, the producers liken the gritty drama to "The Sopranos-meets-ER."
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Jordana Spiro stars as a young female thoracic surgeon with roots in Bridgeport, Conn., where she juggles her career and her lifelong debt to the South Chicago mob, which is headed up by William Forsythe's Constantine. If Drop Dead Diva is about two women living one life, this show is...