Patrick Wilson and Margo Martindale
The future of CBS' A Gifted Man may still be up in the air, but executive producer Neal Baer hopes the show has packed its remaining episodes with enough punch to earn a second season.
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For starters, Friday's episode (8/7c, CBS) finds Dr. Michael Holt (Patrick Wilson) in the center of a hostage situation after he testifies that a young man charged with manslaughter and arson only committed the crimes because he was suffering from a brain tumor...
Kelli Giddish and Danny Pino
Kelli Giddish and Danny Pino have signed on as series regulars for the new season of Law & Order: SVU, NBC announced Monday.
Giddish (Chase) and Pino (Cold Case) will play new detectives going into Season 13, filling the void left by...
Former Law & Order: Special Victims Unit star Christopher Meloni is in talks for a role in the new Superman film, Man of Steel, Deadline.com reports.
Meloni, who left the long-running NBC procedural after contract negotiations stalled earlier this year, will reportedly join the film...
24, Heroes, Law & Order: SVU
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24 is totally back on track, but the one downside is Sean. I don't know whether it's the actor or the writing, but I do know I want that guy gone. Anything coming up that would make me a happy camper? — Mike
MATT: I suppose it would depend on whether Sean (aka he who has since been revealed as Moley McMoleberg) is truly traitorous or a red herring a la Season 6's Nadia. My own moles (none of whom are played by Rhys Coiro, mind you) tell me that Agent Hillinger's fate may be cinched during the game-changing back-to-back episodes airing March 2.
Please tell this Heroes fan that somehow Hiro or Peter will get the power to travel through time again so that they can go back and save Daphne. — Ashley
TIM: Good concept, but Heroes has promised us ...
Question: The series 24 endured a lot of scrutiny last year — and for good reason. I do not accept that "Graem" is Jack's brother who accidently let terrorists arm a bomb. I do not accept that Chloe is just an exposition whore. I do not accept that the second that Jack is done with Fayed, he receives a call from Cheng. But I think 24 can always land on its feet. (Season 4 was horrible, Season 5 amazing.) What do you make of the show's production delays? Are they just scrambling to get a story together, or do they need time to do it right? I would be lying if I said I was calm and confident in this new season, but with the recent additions of Janeane Garofalo, Colm Feore and Rhys Coiro (from Entourage) maybe there is hope. Or maybe I'm just lost.
Answer: Because 24 doesn't premiere until January, it has the luxury of time, which it seems to be using this year, to work things out before they get so far along in production that course correction becomes more difficult. When I heard of the
Rhys Coiro by Claudette Barius/HBO
As first reported by Ausiello, Janeane Garofalo (whose name I will apparently need to learn to type correctly... ) is joining 24 for Season 7. Per a Fox press release, Garofalo is playing "Janis Gold, an FBI systems analyst assigned to the team investigating the crisis befalling Jack Bauer and company." Working alongside G-a-r-o-f-a-l-o, TVGuide.com has confirmed, will be Rhys Coiro (aka Entourage's Billy Walsh). 24's new day begins sometime in January 2008.... It's The Accused meets Top Gun! All that's missing is a barn-raising. Kelly McGillis will be guesting on The L Word this coming season, playing a military lawyer involved in a "Don't' ask, don't tell" case, says the Advocate.