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.
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.
The second season of Syfy's Helix is starting to take flight with the casting of Wings alum Steven Weber.
According to Deadline.com, Weber has joined the...
Scott Michael Foster, Italia Ricci
In ABC Family's new drama Chasing Life, everything's going right for aspiring journalist April (Italia Ricci): She's got a great job and a hot office romance. Then her estranged uncle, an oncologist (Steven Weber), diagnoses her with cancer. Executive producer Patrick Sean Smith, whose credits include Greek and Everwood, filled out our TV Guide Magazine showrunner survey to explain why we should chase...
Kathleen Robertson, Taye Diggs
TNT's new crime drama Murder in the First marks a return to form for Steven Bochco, the creator of pioneering cop shows like NYPD Blue and L.A. Law. (No, it's not based on the 1995 movie of the same name.) Starring Taye Diggs (Private Practice) and Kathleen Robertson (Boss) as homicide investigators Terry English and Hildy Mulligan, the show follows the investigation, from start to finish, into a single case — namely, a double homicide.
TNT has given the green light to Steven Bochco drama Murder in the First, the network announced Thursday.
Set in San Francisco, Murder follows a single case across an entire season, centering on Terry English (Taye Diggs) and Hildy Mulligan (Kathleen Robertson) as they investigate...
Billy Burke, Kevin Bacon, Matthew Rhys
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Thanks for all the scoop on Revolution. What the heck is the tower?! — Clark
NATALIE: We will see the tower of power before the end of the season, co-executive producer David Rambo says. "It's very much like the cave that the Dragon guards in mythology," he says. "It's a place of a lot of power and it's dangerous for everybody who goes in there. Whoever controls the tower, controls the power."
Will the FBI ever do something right on The Following? They can't all be that stupid, can they? — Jason
ADAM: We can't speak for the whole Bureau, but...
Actor Steven Weber and his wife are divorcing after 17 years of marriage, TMZ reports.
Just in time for Halloween, a goblin comes calling on Disney XD's Ultimate Spider-Man. And not just any goblin, but the Green Goblin, Spidey's most iconic nemesis in comic book lore. On next Sunday's special back-to-back episodes of the animated series, Norman Osborn's (Steven Weber) plans go awry, turning him into the giant mutated monster. Spider-Man and his S.H.I.E.L.D. teammates must take him down, but the challenge becomes more difficult when he teams up with another villain, Venom.
And so the fall TV season officially begins tonight — with a bit of a whimper in the new (though it already feels a bit musty) CBS sitcom Partners (8:30/7:30c). Remember how groundbreaking Will & Grace was back in the day? Also how hilarious it was?