Marisol Nichols, Benjamin Bratt
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GCB alum Marisol Nichols has landed a guest-starring role on Private Practice, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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With Desperate Housewives leaving the airwaves in a few short months, ABC may be looking to see which show can fill the sexy, soapy high heels of the women of Wisteria Lane.
Enter GCB, the network's new drama, which follows a desperate (ex-)housewife — spurned former mean girl Amanda Vaughn (Leslie Bibb) — who returns to Dallas after her cheating husband leaves her high and dry. But her hometown isn't exactly welcoming. Rather, Amanda encounters a group of back-stabbing, manipulative women (including Kristin Chenoweth's Carlene Cockburn ) who want to bring Amanda down.
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Brothers & Sisters
ABC has given series orders to dramas Charlie's Angels, Good Christian Belles, Pan Am, Revenge, The River, Once Upon a Time and Shonda Rhimes' Scandal, as well as comedies starring Tim Allen, James Van Der Beek and Chris Moynihan. The network also canceled Brothers & Sisters, Mr. Sunshine, Detroit 187, Off the Map, No Ordinary Family and struggling alien-invasion drama V.
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Considered an early lock at the network, Charlie's Angels (which TVGuide.com had spotlighted as one of its 11 Promising Pilots) is a Miami-set remake of the 1970s series starring...
Kristin Chenoweth has been cast in ABC's Good Christian B------ pilot, TVGuide.com has learned.
The series centers on former high school mean girl Amanda (Leslie Bibb), who returns to Dallas after her marriage ends in scandal, hoping for a second chance with those she once bullied.
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NCIS: Los Angeles
The end of NCIS: Los Angeles' first season finally offered some clues about Callen's mysterious history. But in the tradition of the hit CBS franchise, every answer spawns three more questions.
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"Everything you saw at the end of last season with Callen [Chris O'Donnell], in one way or another, is ...
NCIS: Los Angeles' Special Agent G. Callen (Chris O'Donnell) is about to get a very special visitor from his past. Marisol Nichols, who took on Jack Bauer on 24 and a neighborhood full of ghouls in the ABC summer series The Gates, has signed on to play Callen's...
Marisol Nichols by Steve Granitz/ WireImage.com
Marisol Nichols' daughter has arrived almost on time.The 24 star, due in October, gave birth to a baby girl named Rain India on Sept. 30, People reports. She is the first child for the actress and her director-husband, Taron Lexton.Arriving at 2:18 a.m., Rain tipped the scales at 7 pounds, 5 ounces."We are all doing great," the couple said. "She is beautiful and gorgeous and more amazing than we ever imagined."Nichols and Lexton tied the knot in April. — Joyce Eng
Marisol Nichols, 24
Last week on Fox's 24 (Mondays at 9 pm/ET), CTU staffer Nadia Yassir was identified as a mole feeding info to this season's baddies, prompting Ricky Schroder's Mike Doyle to give her a helluva scare in the interrogation room. But is Nadia really a turncoat? Or is she the victim of a masterful, 24-style setup? TVGuide.com debriefed Marisol Nichols on her character's unfortunate pickle.
TVGuide.com: First off, talk CTU to me....Marisol Nichols: "I need you to upload the link to the variable... thing and decode it to my computer."
TVGuide.com: "The variable thing"?Nichols: How about, "Upload the video image to my feed and decrypt it using an H5 QS"?
TVGuide.com: Wow. You and Mary Lynn [Rajs
Jason O'Mara, In Justice
On ABC's mid-season hit, In Justice (Fridays at 9 pm/ET), Jason O'Mara and Kyle MacLachlan head up the National Justice Project, a group that works hard (and TV-fast!) to get wrongfully convicted people pulled out of prison. TVGuide.com spoke with O'Mara about his transition from rugby star to actor, about In Justice's upcoming controversial episode, and about — get this — the woman he and this writer have in common.
TVGuide.com: For starters, I want to say that I love the show and have it on my TiVo list. Good stuff!
Jason O'Mara: Yeah, last week's episode was good, wasn't it? We sort of felt it was a bit of a watershed for us because it