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VIDEO: Get a Look at USA's Killer New Medical Drama Complications

Dr. John Ellis is not your average surburban ER doctor. At least, not anymore.

In Complications, USA's new medical drama from Burn Notice creator Matt Nix, Jason O'Mara plays Dr. Ellis, a disillusioned doctor whose life is turned upside down when...read more

USA Medical Drama Pilot Casts Gossip Girl, Leverage Alums

USA's medical drama pilot from Burn Notice creator Matt Nix is heating up.

After casting Terra Nova star Jason O'Mara in the lead...read more

Exclusive: Charles in Charge's Josie Davis Cast on The Mentalist

Josie Davis will guest-star in the season premiere of The Mentalist, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

Davis will play Sonya, a waitress in a truck stop Jane (Simon Baker) and Lisbon (Robin Tunney) visit while investigating the seven possible Red John suspects.

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Credits

Year Title Description
2011 Burn Notice: Necessary Evil
Season 5, Episode 15
Episode, Actor - Kim Pearce
2009 Community: Introduction to Statistics
Season 1, Episode 7
Episode, Actor - Prof. Michelle Slater
2008 Grey's Anatomy: The Becoming
Season 4, Episode 14
Episode, Actor - Rose
2005 Crossing Jordan: Forget Me Not
Season 4, Episode 20
Episode, Actor - Sarah
2002 Off Centre TV Show Series, Actor - Liz

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Critic's Guide to Thursday TV: A Final Burn, a Community Classic, and More!

Who's getting burned in the eventful season finale of USA Network's Burn Notice (10/9c)? Arch-villain Anson (Jere Burns), who it's now known is trying to rebuild the organization that burned Michael in the first place? Maybe Agent Pearce (Lauren Stamile), Michael's CIA handler? Anson's latest scheme in keeping Michael (Jeffrey Donovan) under his sadistic ... read more

Exclusive: Jasmine Guy and Lauren Stamile to Guest in Drop Dead Diva

Jasmine Guy and Lauren Stamile have been tapped to guest star on the second season of  Lifetime's Drop Dead Diva, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

Stamile is best known as McDreamy's other ladyfriend, Nurse Rose, on Grey's Anatomy. She will play ... read more

O'Connell, de Ravin Headline New Nora Roberts Adaptations

Lifetime has lined up some serious talent (and eye candy) for the first two (of four!) new TV-movie adaptations of Nora Roberts novels.

Emilie de Ravin (Lost), Ivan Sergei (Jack & Jill) and Cybill Shepherd will star in High Noon, while Jerry O'Connell (Do Not Disturb Crossing Jordan), Lauren Stamile (Rose from Grey's Anatomy) and Faye Dunaway lead the cast of ... read more

Exclusive: Grey's Triangle Not Over So Soon?

Rose is no shrinking violet when it comes to getting McDumped by McDreamy. Given the cozy, candle-burning climax of Grey's Anatomy's season finale, it's no big surprise that Lauren Stamile's run as Derek's squeeze may be nearing its end. But the typically oh-so-nice nurse won't be scrubbed out quietly.Sources tell me exclusively that when Rose is excised from the superstar surgeon's love life, though she plays it cool with Mer, she is far from Zen about the whole thing with the boyfriend. "I'd count on at least one emotional outburst," previews a setsider. "Rose is not her usual composed self with Derek." What's more, although as recently as this afternoon the talk was that Stamile would only appear in the two-hour season opener, there are now rumblings that Rose may remain a thorn in the supercouple's side just a tiny bit longer. What's your take? Would you have liked to see Meredith be given a more formidable rival? Or can no mere mortal stand in the way of the Mer-Der romance? ... read more

Strike Watch: Separation Anxiety on Thursday Night

Around the time Bailey got a big hug from McDreamy, comforting her in her hour of need, my heart began to break. Not so much for Bailey—I felt for her, but figured her little boy would be OK—but for fans of Thursday night TV, who were enjoying their last “normal” night of mostly original programming for the foreseeable future.Parting is such sweet sorrow even under normal circumstances, when a typical season ends on schedule in May. But to have premature and unintended strike-imposed “finales” so soon into the new year, and just as some of these shows are hitting their stride (not just Grey’s Anatomy, but also Desperate Housewives, Gossip Girl and 30 Rock, to name just a few shows that aired first-rate original episodes this week that just happened to be the last ones in the can), it feels wrong. In fact, it sucks.At least we have two more episodes of Ugly Betty to enjoy until its inventory is depleted. Last night was a typical hoot, with Annie Pot... read more

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