NCIS: Los Angeles couldn't carry on without Operations Manager Hetty Lange (Linda Hunt), could it? That's just the question creator and executive producer Shane Brennan is prepared to ask in the sophomore CBS drama's final two episodes.
Tuesday's episode (9/8c, CBS) finds the team investigating the death of a Navy SEAL imposter who was set on fire. The investigation uncovers new intel on the whereabouts of a stolen canister of radioactive material that could be used to make a bomb.
Claire Forlani to recur on NCIS: LA as new operations manager
But the real bombshell comes from a woman by the name of Lauren Hunter (Camelot's Claire Forlani), who shows up at the Operations Center and utters the phrase, "I am Hetty's replacement," just as Hetty mysteriously resigns...
This week we're in Middleburg, Fla. to meet the Prewitt-Brewer family that consists of Carrie Prewitt and the three girls, Ashley, Taylor and Gina. Carrie Prewitt has been at the same high school as a teacher and a coach for the last 25 years. She is a mentor, she is an amazing coach and she's like a second mom to everyone she coaches there. Coach Prewitt first met Ashley when she coached her at the high school in volleyball and through that experience, she met her two younger sisters, Taylor and Gina.
Flight Time & Big Easy
The final Amazing Race: Unfinished Business task — assembling a trailer park — was all about the details, and unfortunately for Herb "Flight Time" Lang and Nate "Big Easy" Lofton, they glossed over one that cost them the $1 million. "I think we could've been there longer if we didn't [look at Kisha and Jen's table setting]," Big Easy tells TVGuide.com. "It was about the small details. With the wind blowing everything, it was just something that we missed." The Harlem Globetrotters are, however, happy to "finish strong" and complete all 12 legs. See what else they have to say about their time on the Race, sharing answers, and get their side on Gnome-gate.
Robert Sean Leonard, Omar Epps
Fox has renewed House for an eighth season, the network announced Tuesday.
"Over the past seven seasons, House has redefined the medical drama and has given us one of television's most compelling and iconic characters," Kevin Reilly, Fox president of entertainment, said. "From the producers to the incredible writers ...
Chaz Bono says he has no doubt he was born a man.
"This is how I was born," he told ABC's Nightline about his gender reassignment surgery. "It's actually pretty simple if you look at. We all in the womb start out as female and then hormones come and we either stay female or we become male. I think of it as hormones that, you know, went in the ...
Braxton Family Values, Tamar Braxton
Anyone who's seen Braxton Family Values (Tuesdays at 9/8c on We) knows that the littlest Braxton sister, Tamar, needs no introduction, but if she did, it would most certainly include the words "dot com." The mouthy singer, who regularly adds Internet extensions to her speech for emphasis, talked to us about Braxton family candor, playing to the camera and why she's actually on a "dot-com diet." (How many Weight Watchers points are in a medium "dot org," anyway?)
Your sister Toni told me that this show was your idea. Was it a result of you merely looking around at your family and taking note of all the great material in front of you?
Tamar Braxton: It was actually at Thanksgiving dinner. I was watching everybody and I just knew it had to be on TV...