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First Look: David Boreanaz and Julian McMahon on DirecTV's Full Circle

While on hiatus from Bones, David Boreanaz went Full Circle. The actor is one of several stars who signed on to take part in the TV debut of playwright/director Neil LaBute (In the Company of Men).

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David Boreanaz, Kate Walsh Among Cast in Neil LaBute Drama on DirecTV

David Boreanaz and Kate Walsh top the impressive cast list for Neil LaBute's upcoming DirecTV drama Full Circle, the network announced Thursday.

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VIDEO: Law and Order: Special Victims Unit: Street Revenge

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Law and Order: Special Victims Unit: Street Revenge
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Length: 43:00
Aired: 4/23/2003

Vigilantes interfere when the detectives investigate a series of rapes in Soho. Laura Benanti, Dominic Fumusa, Gavin Lee, Michael Rispoli, Keir O'Donnell, Hani Furstenberg. watch

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'Deadwood 26' Preview (HBO)
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The Good German Scene: The Russian Gov
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Credits

Year Title Description
2013 Full Circle TV Show Series, Actor
2008 Synecdoche, New York Movie, Actor - Olive (adult)
2007 Life TV Show Series, Actor - Lt. Karen Davis
2007 Things We Lost In The Fire Movie, Actor - Brenda
2006 The Good German Movie, Actor - Hannelore

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A Gifted Man Boss: We're Very Hopeful About Coming Back

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.

Get more scoop on your favorite shows in our Winter TV preview

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... read more

NBC Announces Its Fall Schedule

NBC's 2007-08 lineup features the new dramas Journeyman (Mondays, 10 pm/ET), a romantic-mystery from the Emmy Award-winning producers of The West Wing, concerning a San Francisco newspaper reporter (Kevin McKidd, Rome) who inexplicably begins to travel through time and alter people's lives; and Chuck(Tuesdays, 9 pm/ET), a comedic spy thriller about an unassuming computer geek who is unexpectedly catapulted into a new career as a government agent after spy secrets are mysteriously embedded into his brain. Also new this fall is the drama Bionic Woman (Wednesdays, 9 pm/ET), a re-imagination of the classic from David Eick (Battlestar Galactica) and Jason Smilovic (Kidnapped). Bionic Woman stars Michelle Ryan (EastEnders) as a young woman who is radically altered and empowered after a car crash. Additionally, Life (Wednesdays, 10 pm/ET) features a complex police detective (Damian Lewis, Band of Brothers) who's given a second chance on the Force after serving years in prison for a crime h... read more

Deadwood: Up Close with Calamity Jane

There are many reasons to love this final full season of HBO's Deadwood (Sundays at 9 pm/ET), not least among them the continued standout performance by Robin Weigert. As the vulgar, dirt-smeared and usually plastered Calamity Jane, Weigert makes off with every scene she's in. The actress checked in from Las Vegas — where she was, appropriately, playing poker. TV Guide: You mustn't get recognized much in public. You're like night and day with Jane.Robin Weigert: I don't, and it's kind of a treat in its own way. But I suppose poker players are into Deadwood [Laughs], so there's a certain point where I'll hear, "I know you from somewhere," but they just can't place read more

For every drop of refreshing new...

For every drop of refreshing new blood in this year's Emmy field, there's a stubborn residue of tired old blood. The Emmy nominations are an annual rite of frustration in which every positive breakthrough is balanced by an aggravating snub. This year is no different. As expected, last year's instant hits on ABC, Desperate Housewives and Lost, got their due, leading the comedy and drama pack respectively (although Housewives was tied with the academy's longtime, and inexplicable, darling Will & Grace with 15 nominations). But because of the TV academy's regrettable devotion to faded perennials like Will & Grace, The West Wing and Si read more

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