Detective Erin Lindsay sure gets around!
In addition to her weekly appearances on Chicago P.D. (Wednesdays, 10/9c, NBC), the character (played by Sophia Bush) popped up on last week's episode of Law & Order: SVU and...
Life has come full circle for Nick Lachey. The singer often visited MTV's TRL studios 15 years ago to perform or promote his boy band 98 Degrees. Starting Monday, Lachey will return to the studio that launched his career, but this time, he'll be the one asking the questions as the new host of VH1's Big Morning Buzz Live.
Leave it to a spy to know how to get under a rival's skin. In an upcoming and typically intense episode of FX's The Americans (Tuesday, 10/9c), a captured Mossad agent challenges Soviet mole and master of disguise Philip Jennings (Matthew Rhys): "Your name isn't your name, is it? Is your face your face? Are your children your children?"
Seth Meyers is taking over the Late Night desk on Feb. 24 and he's enlisted a star-studded welcome wagon.
Baby, it's cold outside — especially if you're filming TV shows during the worst Chicago winter in nearly 20 years.
The polar vortex is making it a tough season across the U.S., but it's especially brutal in the Windy City, where in January temperatures averaged 15.1 degrees and 33.5 inches of snow fell (the city's third-highest total on record). "It's even taken the die-hard producers who live here by surprise," says Peter Jankowski, the president of Wolf Films, which makes NBC's Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D. "When our fire consultants, who work for the department here, have to run inside between takes, you know it's cold."
Sophia Bush, Jason Beghe
Sophia Bush played privileged and rebellious high-school cheerleading captain-turned fashion designer Brooke Davis on One Tree Hill for almost a decade. But while it may take time for some fans to wrap their heads around her new role as a street-smart cop, her Chicago P.D. alter ego isn't all that much of a stretch.
"I have a concealed weapons permit in 32 states and sleep with a loaded gun under my bed," she told reporters earlier this month. "This feels...
Andrew Lincoln, Tatiana Maslany, Nathan Fillion
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Do you have any scoop on the return of The Walking Dead? — Damon
Don't expect to see too many familiar faces since Rick and Carl take center stage when the AMC drama returns. While Rick heals from his beating from The Governor — whom you will see again — Carl will lose something very important to him. (No, not his innocence!) In other news, it won't be long before this mystery is blown wide open.
Orphan Black is coming back!!! Scoop me, please. — Jennie
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Mariska Hargitay, Sophia Bush
Chicago P.D. is sending one of its own into the trenches of the Big Apple.
Sophia Bush, who plays Det. Erin Lindsay on the new NBC drama, is traveling to New York this coming week to shoot a scene for Law & Order: SVU with star Mariska Hargitay, executive producer Dick Wolf told reporters Sunday at the network's Television Critics Association winter previews.
"We have a case that we need a little bit of help with...
Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder
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12. Most Brutal Setback: After nearly dying trying to save a baby from a fire in the fall finale of Chicago Fire, viewers are surprised to see Casey alive and well and acting like nothing ever happened. His physical wounds may have healed, but the emotional toll is brutal. Moments after helping a hostage escape from a robber during another fire, Casey takes the bad guy to task and punches him to a bloody pulp. Yeah, that's definitely not part of the job description.
11. Safest Ending: On the buttoned-up season -- and likely series -- finale of the low-rated Hostages, Ellen saves the president's life and...
Jon Seda, Jason Beghe
The original Law & Order seems like such a distant, and classy, memory these days. Dick Wolf's mini-empire within NBC now runs on a higher octane of lurid overkill. While Chicago Fire is a harmless enough, though largely forgettable, soap about telegenic first responders, its no-brainer (and brainless) spinoff, Chicago PD, is the most arrogantly conceived display of bare-knuckled hooey since the mercifully short-lived Ironside reboot, which polluted the same Wednesday 10/9c time period last fall.