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Which Traditionally Male Role in Hannibal Will Be Played by a Woman?

Lara Jean Chorostecki

Another name has been added to the cast of NBC's upcoming Silence of the Lambs drama, Hannibal — but there's a twist.

The show has tapped Camelot actress Lara Jean Chorostecki to play tabloid reporter Freddie Lounds, a traditionally male role, played in previous film versions by Philip Seymour Hoffman (Red Dragon) and Stephen Lang (Manhunter) — as "Freddy Lounds," TVLine reports.

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In Plain Sight's Frederick Weller on "Terrific" Series Finale: It's Strange to Say Goodbye

Frederick Weller and Mary McCormack, In Plain Sight

It took until the very last day of shooting on In Plain Sight, but after five seasons and 61 episodes, the show finally brought them together for good.

"We had two people on our production team get engaged a few hours before we wrapped," Frederick Weller tells TVGuide.com.

"Mary [McCormack] set the whole thing up. She pretended like she just wanted to make a speech between takes. She asked if anybody else had anything to say. The second A.D. stood up and said he just was so happy to be able to work on the show for five years with the woman he loves — they've been with us since Season 1 — and then... read more

Exclusive In Plain Sight Sneak Peek: Can Mary Ever Forgive Her Fugitive Father?

Mary McCormack, Stephen Lang

On last week's In Plain Sight, Mary (Mary McCormack) welcomed her fugitive father, James (Terra Nova's Stephen Lang), with open handcuffs rather than open arms. And based on this exclusive sneak peek from Friday's episode (10/9c on USA), things between the two aren't going to get warm and fuzzy anytime soon — even when they have to work together.

In Plain Sight's Mary McCormack: It feels right to end the series now

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Weekend TV in Review: Fringe, Nikita, Birdsong on Masterpiece

Maggie Q

Starting this weekend's busy roundup with a few items from TV's cult corner, by which I mean Friday night TV on Fox and The CW, which each offered up an advance screener.
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As Netflix Talks End, Terra Nova Looks Officially Over

Terra Nova

The dinos of Terra Nova are now even more extinct. Despite an 11th hour attempt by Netflix to keep the show alive, a deal could not be reached and the show's producers are ready to throw in the towel.

Netflix was interested in the show, and talks had been ongoing with 20th Century Fox TV to keep Terra Nova alive. But sticking points began to emerge — and not just production costs. As a result, at least two insiders have confirmed to TV Guide Magazine that it's all over for Terra Nova.

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In Plain Sight's Mary McCormack: "It Feels Right" to End the Series Now

Mary McCormack

Mary Shannon is keeping it all in the family for the final season of In Plain Sight. The USA drama's last episodes, which kick off Friday at 10/9c, will find Mary grappling with motherhood just as her fugitive father (Stephen Lang) suddenly returns to her life after abandoning her as a child. "It will be bittersweet for sure. I love everyone I work with down here," Mary McCormack tells TVGuide.com of the series' end. "Then the part that will be sweet is that I'm exhausted and I want to spend time ...
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Keck's Exclusives: Terra Nova's Stephen Lang Joins In Plain Sight

Stephen Lang

Stephen Lang isn't wasting any time waiting on word from Fox if Terra Nova will be picked up for a second season. The actor has just signed on for a three-episode arc on USA's In Plain Sight, playing the troubled father of... read more

Terra Nova: 10 Reasons Why Fox's Dino-Drama Should or Should Not Be Renewed

Jason O'Mara

Terra Nova ended its freshman season by permanently cutting off the colony to the future and unloading a whole slew of new mysteries for what the producers likely hope means a second season.

Lucas Taylor (Ashley Zuckerman) finally got the upper-hand on his father, bringing the Phoenix Army to the past, where they planned to mine and strip Terra Nova of all its resources. Commander Taylor (Stephen Lang) refused to go down without a fight, sending Jim (Jason O'Mara) to the future to destroy Hope Plaza, essentially plunging everyone left in the colony into the dark ages, with no further contact with the future possible. However, before the Phoenix Army high-tailed it away, they left a clue that could mean... there may be humans on prehistoric Earth? Or another portal?

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What will happen to the stranded colonists on Terra Nova? That can only be answered if Fox decides to renew the show. We've put together a list of 10 reasons why the network should or should not bring the series back for a second round... read more

Critic's Guide to the Week in TV: Finales, Musical and Comedy Divas, and More!

Allison Miller

'Twas the week before Christmas, and I can't remember when so much was stirring on TV this late into the year. Here are some highlights from an unusually busy pre-Christmas week.

MONDAY

DINO-MIGHT? The biggest cliffhanger regarding the two-hour finale of Fox's time-tripping family sci-fi drama Terra Nova (8/7c) isn't so much what happens on the show, which is fairly standard action-adventure mayhem, but whether it will return for a second season next year. (That decision should be ...
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Terra Nova Braces for Explosive Season Finale

Jason O'Mara, Stephen Lang

Don't expect the season finale of Fox's Terra Nova to end with a bang — it starts with one! Airing December 19, the two-hour episode kicks off with the colonists warily awaiting the arrival of the 11th Pilgrimage. They're not sure if this is good news or bad. Bet on the latter. "Our evil guys, the Phoenix Group, will send somebody through the portal with a bomb, and it explodes," says exec producer René Echevarria. "Jim Shannon [Jason O'Mara] is hit by the blast and wakes up three days later to a very surreal scene — Phoenix soldiers have taken command of the colony."

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