Dexter, Michael C. Hall
Rita, we hardly knew ya. As Showtime's Dexter gears up for a sixth season of carnage, it seems Dexter Morgan (Michael C. Hall) may be getting a love interest to help heal the loss of his murdered wife. The series is on the lookout for a gorgeous twentysomething Latina who will play a character named Jamie. Jamie is a student of Cuban decent who relocates to Miami to attend grad school. Her over-the-top, positive energy is just what Dexter needs.
Rick Springfield was arrested Sunday night in Los Angeles for driving drunk, People.com reports.
Springfield's blood alcohol content was measured at .10. The legal limit in California is .08...
Kiefer Sutherland as Jack Bauer
In the wake of President Barack Obama's announcement that U.S. military forces had killed Osama bin Laden, Jack Bauer began trending on Twitter. Jokes about Kiefer Sutherland's 24 character's terror-busting credited him with the kill. Because, obviously, when something in the real world happens, we must turn to the fictional characters in our pop culture to congratulate them. They are the real heroes...
This exclusive season finale photo certainly suggests a May 16 wedding for Chuck and Sarah, but don't start throwing rice just yet. "The wedding has been something we've been building up to, but this being Chuck, that doesn't mean everyone will survive until the 'I Do's,'" warns series co-creator Chris Fedak.
It doesn't matter how many phony shoot-outs you do as an actor. Nothing prepares you for the real deal. "There's smoke in the air and I can see it and taste it," Jason Clarke says with reverence in his voice. He's recalling one of the many ride-alongs he was on with Chicago law enforcement in preparation to play a detective on The Chicago Code, Fox's new cop drama from The Shield creator Shawn Ryan. "Our car pulls up and there's a guy on the ground. He's been shot. It's nighttime. We're outside a church. My heart is pounding and my mind is going, 'What the hell am I doing here?'"
Some familiar faces are coming to a TV near you, and TV Guide Magazine caught up with them at the 18th Annual Race to Erase MS Gala on April 29 to get the scoop on their new shows.
After almost a decade away from a steady TV gig, Lea Thompson (Caroline in the City) is now about to play the mother of a daughter she didn't know she had, on ABC Family's Switched at Birth, premiering June 6.
Oh, that Lynette Scavo is just the worst.
Seriously, of all the Desperate Housewives' harridans, we have never seen such a shrew, and that's including Bree's mercifully forgotten daughter, Danielle! Remember that mess?
Mark Harmon, Michael Weatherly
Michael Weatherly is in the makeup chair on the NCIS set, getting his brunette hair and long sideburns touched up. He's shooting "Baltimore," the May 5 episode that will flash back at hairy length to show the fateful meeting between his Tony DiNozzo and Mark Harmon's Jethro Gibbs, ten fictional years ago. Writer (and co-producer) Steve Binder sits nearby, in case the script needs any touching up along with Weatherly's dye job.