Cote de Pablo, NCIS
Ziva (Cote de Pablo) may be back at her desk on NCIS, but she's far from being fully integrated back into the team.
That could all change in Tuesday's episode.
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When a marine's death on foreign soil is connected to the freighter on which Ziva was held captive in the Season 6 finale, she will not only get involved in the case, but she'll also have to face her past. The good news for viewers: We'll finally get to see just what happened during Ziva's captivity.
"We're filling in the blanks," executive producer Shane Brennan tells TVGuide.com. "In the audience's mind, we're filling in how she ended up being captured by Salim, and the audience gets taken on a ride back to her time on the ship. It's a companion piece to the season opener."
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This week on Two and a Half Men, Charlie works hard to get some peace, while Alan works even harder to get a piece.
Amazing Race - Zev, Justin
For the second time in three seasons, a lost passport did in a team on The Amazing Race. Friends Zev Glassenberg, 26, and Justin Kanew, 30, went from leg winners to disqualified racers after Zev's passport went MIA. "We saw [the season] when Toni and Dallas lost theirs. I guess misery loves company," Justin tells TVGuide.com. "I'm glad we weren't the only idiots!" So where and how did they lose the passport? Find out below, and see if Zev really is a duck whisperer.
It's not all bad news for Dollhouse: The Joss Whedon sci-fi drama is among the shows that are most-watched on DVRs.
Dollhouse and Smallville tied for the largest gain in viewers, with each obtaining 50 percent more viewers in the seven days following their initial airings.
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Both shows also saw a jump in their ratings this past Friday. Dollhouse pulled in...
Grey's Anatomy continued to dominate in the 18-49 demo Thursday night, leading ABC to its third-straight Thursday night victory, according to overnight estimates.
CBS' CSI scored 14.6 million to Grey's 13.8 million, but the ABC drama handily defeated the CBS procedural among adults 18-49. The Office's buzzed-about, hourlong wedding episode also outperformed CSI in the demo and pulled in 9.1 million viewers for the show's best numbers in nearly a year. Fringe and Supernatural held steady at 6 million viewers and 2.5 million viewers, respectively.
Survivor: Samoa won the 8/7c timeslot with 11.7 million viewers. FlashForward dipped a bit to ...
Yasmin Giles, Survivor: Samoa
Donning black high heels and an ear-to-ear grin during the tribal council meeting, Survivor: Samoa's Yasmin Giles seemed less than broken up about getting booted from the island. "Did you see the smile on my face?! It was the happiest day of my life," the 33-year-old hairstylist tells TVGuide.com.
Turns out Giles was ready to...
CBS has given a pilot commitment to a modern version of classic 1970s cop series Hawaii Five-O, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The redo comes from Fringe co-creators and executive producers Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci and CSI: NY executive producer Peter Lenkov. Kurtzman and Orci are creating the story with Lenkov, who will write the script. All three will executive produce.
CBS first tried to launch a Hawaii update last year with Criminal Minds executive producer Ed Bernero. The original series ...
We hope you enjoyed last week's episode, "See No Evil." Wasn't Sally Stitch spooky? It took our make-up department an hour to glue those stitches onto our actors. Now that's dedication to the craft! The cliff-hanger with the little girl at the end will have a lot of significance to Melinda in the near future. Stay tuned!
Cougar Town, Modern Family, The Middle
Cougar Town, Modern Family and The Middle have been picked up for full seasons, reps for the ABC series confirm to TVGuide.com.
The news of ABC ordering more episodes of the Wednesday night comedy block — sans Hank — comes a day after...