Get ready for a Lost reunion on Person of Interest. Mark Pellegrino is set to guest-star on the Michael Emerson drama.
Pellegrino, who played Jacob, the mysterious island oracle, to Emerson's blind devotee Ben on the ABC drama, will take charge once again as...
A postcard-perfect day in lower Manhattan is shattered by mass hysteria as hordes of office workers run screaming from a building. Passersby watch with a mix of awe and trepidation when, suddenly, Jim Caviezel's John Reese emerges, receiving and relating instructions via his trusty earpiece seconds before the scene comes to an end.
Turns out the only thing occupying Wall Street today is...
Lost's Ken Leung has booked a recurring role on NBC's midseason drama Infamous, TVLine reports.
He'll play a detective on the soap, which stars Meaghan Good as a detective who goes undercover to investigate the murder of an heiress who was her childhood friend.
On a night that's hardly starved for appealing programming, two of the season's most enjoyable and intriguing pilots make their bow.
First, the underdog: ABC's Last Resort (8/7c), an electrifying military-gone-amok thriller that bridges the macho hardware of Tom Clancy with the suspense of paranoid Cold War classics from the '60s like Fail Safe and Seven Days in May. (Look them up if you've never seen them.) This series is like nothing else on network TV, which is why one's first impulse is to pray for its survival. It's also airing in what has become one of ABC's more treacherous time periods, and beyond the fact that there are very attractive people in the cast (starting with Felicity alum Scott Speedman) and the story is heavily serialized, it has nearly nothing in common tonally with the night's sudsy anchor, Grey's Anatomy.
CBS's CSI, Criminal Minds and Person of Interest are bringing on some interesting guest stars this season.
Michael Gross, who played Family Ties dad Steven Keaton, will play the president of the University where D.B. Russell's son is enrolled. "My son is on a basketball team and his coach is murdered," previews Ted Danson. "Then he gets involved in a triangle of sorts without even knowing it."