Matthew Gray Gubler
Like the skilled chess player Dr. Spencer Reid is, Matthew Gray Gubler was thinking ahead when he cut his hair last month (and he didn't do it himself this time).
"Every year, they do these cliff-hangers, so it's like, if you want to change anything, you have to ...
Forest Whitaker, Thomas Gibson
Are two Criminal Minds better than one?
Chris Mundy thinks so.
"Believe me, you want these people out there ...
Thomas Gibson, Criminal Minds
Criminal Minds marks its 100th episode by circling back to the beginning and addressing issues raised then, as well as bracing for a future with a "new reality" — and "new family."
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"There's a question raised in the pilot episode of whether you can spend your time hunting monsters and not become a monster," executive producer Ed Bernero tells TVGuide.com. "We wanted to revisit that question 100 episodes later and see if the answer changed. Hotch [Thomas Gibson] does something that makes you wonder what's happened to everybody [since the start]."
Bernero promises two deaths by the end of Wednesday's episode....
Corey Pavin and Thomas Gibson courtesy Golf Channel
Thomas Gibson takes a break from his dreary job as a criminal for a golf tutorial from PGA prog Corey Pavin. On Monday's episode of Playing Lessons From the Pros (Aug. 25, 11 pm/ET, Golf Channel), the Criminal Minds star gets tips from the 1995 U.S. Open champ on his short game, bunker play and playing into the wind.
Playing Lessons, now in its seventh season, gives everyday folks - and celebs - a chance to play a round of golf with a PGA Tour pro.
Criminal Minds by Karen Neal/ABC
In tonights Criminal Minds finale 9 pmET CBS the BAU team heads to New York City on the trail of a Son of Samlike serial killer or is there more than one Thats not the only question JJ AJ Cook makes a fateful pregnancy decision Hotch Thomas Gibson discovers he has an admirer and Morgan Shemar Moore ponders leaving to run the New York office And in the explosive cliff-hanger one of our team is going to be severely injured and [viewers will] have to wait all summer to find out who it was says exec producer Ed Bernero If you care about these people you cannot miss the last 30 seconds
Whenever I bring guests to set, there is always one thing that amazes them more than anything else: the food. Scratch that. Two things. First, they comment on how the ladies of the show are even more striking in person... then they comment on the food. There's lots of food on set. Every day, there are two meals prepared by catering. For breakfast, our caterer Hannah makes made-to-order plates from the catering truck as well as an omelet bar, some sort of hot entrée, and an assortment of rolls, cereals, etc;. Even while the crew eats breakfast, they are already working toward the lunch that will be served seven hours later. Lunch is cafeteria-style with different meat options, a fish, sides, pastas and salad bars. In addition, two "snacks" are served. There is one between breakfast and lunch, and one five hours after lunch (the crew works very long days on set). The crew works 14 hour days — and sometimes much more. It's necessary to keep them fueled. I however work at a d...
Jenna Elfman still believes in Dharma.
Hi-larious. That's the word coming out of Jenna Elfman's mouth, midconversation, as she picks up the phone for this TVGuide.com Q&A. What is the gifted comedienne in the midst of describing? That was the first topic at hand as we used the occasion of the DVD release of Dharma & Greg: Season One to chat up Elfman — fresh from Courting Alex's abbreviated run — about her sitcom hits, misses and lessons learned, the Dharma-