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I'm still in shock from The Walking Dead finale! What's coming up next? —Allen
Although executive producer Scott M. Gimple hinted that Rick's increasingly brutal worldview might cause some in his group to question his leadership, don't look for Daryl to be one of them — especially after Beth's death. "Daryl has always got his back," Norman Reedus tells us. "Daryl would have run over the cop with a car too — he just would have run right through him. I don't think it meant Rick was more crazy... than anyone else." But Reedus does allow for the possibility that Daryl won't always feel that way. "I think there's humanity left in Rick," Reedus says. "But Daryl always has Rick in his peripheral vision. Always."
Any scoop on Forever? I am loving this show! — Jaclyn
Then you definitely don't want to miss next week's midseason finale, when the Anonymous Caller will finally be unmasked...
Dean Stockwell, Scott Bakula
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, NCIS: New Orleans reunites old friends this week as former Quantum Leap co-stars Scott Bakula and Dean Stockwell once again share the screen.
Stockwell guest-stars on Tuesday's episode (9/8c, CBS) as Tom Hamilton, the father of Councilman Douglas Hamilton (Steven Weber). In addition, the episode is directed by James Whitmore, Jr., who helmed more than a dozen episodes of Quantum Leap.
Zoe McLellan, Scott Bakula
Note to potential criminals: Don't get on Meredith Brody's bad side.
On Tuesday's episode of NCIS: New Orleans, Brody (Zoe McLellan), Pride (Scott Bakula) and LaSalle (Lucas Black) investigate the murder of a petty officer who was planning to propose to his long-term girlfriend — who's now nowhere to be found.
As previously announced, NCIS: New Orleans is staging a Quantum Leap reunion for its Thanksgiving episode — and TVGuide.com has your first look at Dean Stockwell's guest appearance.
NCIS fans proved that they're happy to take a detour to the Big Easy, making NCIS: New Orleans one of the most-watched new dramas on television.
Over the summer, TVGuide.com headed down to NOLA to see what the show had in store. Check out all the videos from our set visit below.
Lucas Black, Scott Bakula
Will you follow the NCIS franchise to New Orleans?
Now that the latest iteration of CBS' juggernaut has officially premiered, we want to know your thoughts — as well as what you think of every new show this season. Do you plan to stick around with Dwayne Pride (Scott Bakula) & Co. in the Big Easy, or is three NCISes too many?
Vote here for which new shows won you over, and which ones flopped.
NCIS: New Orleans
If you had a successful recipe for beignets, would you mess with it? Same rule applies for CBS's NCIS: New Orleans (9/8c), the latest transplantation of TV's most durable (and around the world, most watched) franchise. This second spinoff — forcing NCIS: LA to move to Mondays starting next week — of a series that was itself a spinoff (of the long-running JAG) hews strictly to the...
NCIS: New Orleans was never supposed to be a series.
But that changed when NCIS creator Gary Glasberg — with a little nudge from star Mark Harmon — got swept away by the city's food, culture, music and overall charm. And meeting D'Wayne Swear, the real-life NCIS agent on whom Scott Bakula's NCIS: New Orleans character is based, didn't hurt either.
NCIS: New Orleans
The cast of NCIS: New Orleans has called The Big Easy home for the past several months while they've been filming the latest entrant into the NCIS franchise. But how well do they really know the city?
VIDEO: Go inside the morgue of NCIS: New Orleans