NBC bought a half-hour comedy created and written by former CSI actress Liz Vassey, Deadline reports.
Four Play follows an unlikely family raising a newly adopted child. Todd Holland and Karey Burke's Dark Toy Entertainment, Flody Suarez and Universal TV will produce.
Jeers to Two and a Half Men for continuing to make light of Charlie Sheen's dark side.
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Yes, he's playing a character — named Charlie — but the more we learn about the actor's real-life antics...
Liz Vassey, CSI
As the fall season approaches, shows are looking to add some new characters.
Glee is adding a new high school jock named Sam, who is described as very good looking. Though he plays football, Sam must also have a strong singing voice. Sounds like he could be at the heart of the season premiere, which is titled "Audition." Sam also sounds a lot like the character Chris Colfer told me they were conceptualizing for Kurt's new boyfriend. If so, our little Kurtie scored big time! My advice to Sam: if you like it then you should put a ring on it!
As CSI goes into its 11th season without actress Liz Vassey (Wendy)...
CSI, Glee, Bones
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What is the status of George Eads' return for Season 11 on CSI? — Cyndy
ADAM: Unfortunately, there's still nothing official to report, a CBS rep tells us. But if he does come back, he'll be spending plenty of time with the show's replacement for the departing Liz Vassey. Described as a young, smokin'-hot explosive expert, the new CSI tech learned the biz from her dad, a big-time pyrotechnics guy.
When will we meet Kurt's boyfriend on Glee? — Danni
MICKEY: I'm hearing it won't be right away, as first we have...
Melina Kanakaredes, CSI: NY
Melina Kanakaredes will not return to CSI: NY this fall.
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Kanakaredes, who played Detective Stella Bonasera for six seasons on the procedural, chose not to return, CBS says...
Marg Helgenberger will be back for CSI's 11th season, a show rep tells TVGuide.com.
Liz Vassey to exit CSI
The actress, who has played Catherine Willows since the drama's beginning, renewed her contract ...
Liz Vassey will not return for CSI's 11th season, a CBS rep tells TVGuide.com.
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Vassey's contract option was not picked up, as first reported by Entertainment Weekly. According to that report, the 37-year-old actress...
Wallace Langham and Liz Vassey
What do you get when you cross Star Trek, Battlestar Galactica and CSI? Wallace Langham tells TVGuide.com it's the perfect mix for lab-rat Hodges to get some alone time with longtime crush Wendy (Liz Vassey) at a sci-fi convention. Thursday's CSI (CBS, 9 pm/ET), written by former Star Trek and Battlestar scribes, features not only Hodges and Wendy but also Battlestar's Kate Vernon and creator Ronald D. Moore. Langham talked to us about Hodges' superiority complex, fantasy life, and slight idealization of Wendy's breasts.
A question mark. That pretty much sums up my feelings for this episode of CSI. What a bizarre ride this one was. I'm an outspoken guy and usually have plenty of words to convey my feelings, but I'm not sure what to say for this one. I can't take the straight-up recap approach because there was only about 10 minutes of new, interesting substance. So instead, I'm going to bullet-point my thoughts and you can feel free to comment on them. First of all, half of this episode was like a bad greatest-hits CD. Greatest-hits CDs are made for the casual fan or the newbie who's never listened before but would like a good summary of an artist. This episode wasn't even career-spanning but rather one of those late-period throw-offs. I would take a bet that the majority of regular viewers of CSI would have been able to remember the basics of the previous miniature crimes without having to recap them like this. I understand the other lab techs had to be brought up to speed, but there had to ...
New pilot castings, from the Hollywood Reporter: Alyssa Milano has been tapped to star as a successful Atlanta lawyer and the daughter of Mary Steenburgen in Everwood exec producer Rina Mimoun's untitled drama for ABC. Angie Harmon, who starred in the never-picked-up ABC pilot Secrets of a Small Town, has joined the Alphabet's Women's Murder Club. Brian Austin Green is a gay writer, and Vanessa Lengies (American Dreams) and Jessica Capshaw are women who work with him, in a comedy pilot from Will & Grace's Max Mutchnick and David Kohan. Liz Vassey is a biotech whiz in Fox's The Cure. Johnny Messner is a hotheaded cop in ABC's Judy's Got a Gun. Bruce McGill (Animal House's D-Day) is military in NBC's Area 52 comedy. Will Yun Lee (Thief) is a field operative in NBC's The Bionic Woman. Wherefore art thou Oscar Goldman?