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Three seasons in, the stars of MTV's Catfish say the levels of deception out there are only getting worse.
"We've drained the Catfish waters and the only people left are the real bottom-feeders," co-star Max Joseph tells TVGuide.com. "These people are really hard to pin down or are really good at it."
Cheers to Human Target for hitting the proverbial bull's-eye.
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Fox's sophomore sleeper may seem like a mindless action show on the surface, but dig a little deeper and you'll find one of network TV's best-written, produced and acted dramas. The ensemble, led by ...
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Alec Baldwin will represent a child (Elle Fanning) who sues her parents for breeding her to save her cancer-stricken sis (Dakota F.) in My Sister's Keeper, an adaptation of the Jodi Picoult novel.... Also per Variety, Tom Cruise's Valkyrie has had its release pushed back from July 4 to Oct. 3, 2008.... Notes from the Underbelly's Rachael Harris is Robert Downey Jr's coworker in the musical/drama The Soloist.... Also per the Reporter, Rhona Mitra is the wife of Mad man Jon Hamm's police chief in the indie thriller The Boy in the Box.... Jason Ritter, Jesse L. Martin and Tracie Thoms will star in the romantic drama Peter and Vandy.... Mischa Barton is a psychologically unbalanced ex-girlfriend in Homecoming, to be directed by Morgan Freeman, says Page Six.
For a cop show, CBS' Cold Case isn't big on shoot-'em-ups. Maybe it's because the drama's Philadelphia detectives usually sift through evidence from long ago. The team recently closed the books on the murder of a 1919 suffragette. Let's just say they didn't have to call in a SWAT team to solve that one.
But Lilly Rush and Co. will end their fourth season (this Sunday at 9 pm/ET) with a bang. Two bangs, actually. "Our detectives are getting shot," reveals executive producer Veena Sud. "I can't say who. They're all in jeopardy. It's very big."
Almost unprecedented. Beyond the show's trademark flashbacks, George — the serial-killer tormentor of Rush (Kathryn Morris) — is the only character to have taken a bullet in nearly 100 episodes. Det. Kat Miller (
Newcomer Tracie Thoms hasn't had much luck when it comes to picking TV parts that get picked up. The 30-year-old landed gigs on the short-lived series As If and Wonderfalls. But it seems like things are turning around for the Baltimore native: This week alone, she's starring in the big-budget musical adaptation of Rent and she's landed a plum part as a series regular on CBS' Cold Case (Sundays at 8 pm/ET). TVGuide.com just had to know: Did she get any tips from Law & Order star Jesse L. Martin — who cost
Tracie Thoms, who can be seen in the upcoming film version of Broadway's Rent, has been added as a series regular on CBS' Cold Case, where she has been recurring as Kat Miller. The former narcotics detective is going to be joining the homicide team in the Nov. 20 episode.