Mark Harmon and Emily Wickersham
Emily Wickersham made her much-anticipated debut on NCIS Tuesday. In the episode, her character, NSA analyst Ellie Bishop, is brought on board to help out the team after the Secretary of the Navy Sarah Porter (Leslie Hope) discovers she's been bugged. The device that's been planted in her pen has been recording her communications (including a confidential briefing) for about 30 hours, and Gibbs (Mark Harmon) and Tony (Michael Weatherly) turn to Bishop for help with the case when they learn she authored a paper two years prior that outlines an almost identical scenario.
The past came back to bite our heroes right in the bum on Revolution. In "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia," we saw old friends, old enemies and a few that are a mix of both. Read on for the eight biggest burning questions from the latest episode. [Warning: Major spoilers ahead. Watch out!]
Viva la Revolution!
NBC's hit genre series finally returned last week and quickly proved that no one is safe. Danny (Graham Rogers) paid the ultimate price, dying a hero after shooting down one of Monroe's (David Lyons) choppers. So how will Danny's death change the series? And what's next for the rebels? The cast of Revolution dished what's in store at Saturday's WonderCon panel, moderated by this reporter, who was able to get scoop on the finale, a steamy kiss, a kidnapping, torture and much, much more. Check it out:
The revolution is about to begin!
On Monday, March 25 (10/9c), Revolution returns after a four-month hiatus — and though it's been quite a while since the show has been on the air, the NBC series will pick up exactly where we left off, with Miles (Billy Burke) & Co. on the run from Monroe (David Lyons) and his fleet of newly powered helicopters. But will they be able to make a daring escape? In short, duh! The show can't end like that! But what's in store for the survivors? The cast and executive producers teased what's coming up at Saturday's PaleyFest panel, moderated by TV Guide Magazine's Michael Schneider. Get the scoop below:
Jennifer Morrison, William Petersen, Elizabeth Mitchell
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I need Once Upon a Time scoop, STAT! — Mallory
NATALIE: Let's see if I can turn this into a fairy tale: Once upon a time, a noble and moral character made a drastic decision that would forever mar his or her future, something so dastardly and irreversible that you would think that this character was actually evil rather than pure of heart. Any guess as to who will make the biggest mistake of his or her life?
I'm crushed that the CSI writers broke up Sara and Grissom! What are they thinking? — Lisa
ADAM: Hopefully, this news will console you...
As if Miles and Monroe's relationship wasn't complicated enough, Revolution has thrown another wrench into the troubled bromance. The NBC hit has cast 24 alum Annie Wersching to play ...
Leslie Hope has joined the cast of Revolution as... the President?
Even though there is no longer a United States, there is still a president in the NBC series...
Lee Tergesen, Eloise Mumford and Leslie Hope
Sixteen days down the Boiuna, and the determined folks looking for Dr. Emmet Cole in the Amazon have already been assaulted by cockroach storms, the creepy dolls of a dead girl, el corpo seco, spontaneous blindness, and a hanging man who can't die.
But the really freaky stuff isn't going to come from outside of the Magus for much longer.
Blankets to hide under. Check. Cell phone to call for help. Check. Flashlight just in case the power happens to go out. Check. Pillow to muffle your screams. Check. Now you're ready to watch ABC's The River.
Flanked by some of TV's hottest talent, TV Guide Magazine Editor-in-Chief Debra Birnbaum was the envy of Comic-Con fans when she moderated a panel devoted to our Fan Favorites on Thursday, July 21...