Stana Katic, Castle; Joshua Jackson, Fringe; Paget Brewster, Criminal Minds
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Does Castle's finale have a cliff-hanger like last year's? I'm not sure I could handle that! — Jessica
ADAM: Creator Andrew W. Marlowe hints that Beckett will be experiencing a lot of changes in the finale, and the domino effect of said changes leads to this season's climax. And while I'm pretty sure that no one's life will be hanging in the balance, Castle-Beckett fans will likely still be in for a long summer. Why? Marlowe says this finale doesn't lend itself to a large time jump between seasons. "The way we're ending this season, people will want to know what happens in the immediate aftermath," he teases.
Will the rest of the Fringe team regain their memories before the end of the season? — Larry
Witches watch out: Charles Meade's mother is coming to town!
Stepfanie Kramer has signed on for an episode of The Secret Circle, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. The 55-year-old actress, best known for her role as Dee Dee McCall on NBC's Hunter, will portray...
Leading man: Hunter's Dryer and Kramer
Question: Can you tell me who played Hunter on the old TV series by that name? Thank you.
Answer: That was former All-Pro defensive end Fred Dryer, who spent three years with the New York Giants and 10 with the L.A. Rams before grabbing a very big gun and hitting the streets as tough-guy detective Rick Hunter on the NBC series. From the TV house of Stephen J. Cannell (The A-Team, The Rockford Files, 21 Jump Street, Wiseguy), the show ran from September 1984 to August 1991 and initially focused on Hunter, a tough, take-no-prisoners, obey-no-superiors kind of cop and his equally cantankerous, red-tape-hating partner, Dee Dee McCall (Stepfanie Kramer). As the series progressed, however, Hunter ran through a few lady partners, which some said was a result of strife behin