Rachel Nichols knows she's in kind of a tough spot.
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The former Alias actress, who joins Criminal Minds with a three-episode arc beginning Wednesday, is fully aware that longtime viewers of the show are still mourning the loss of veteran cast member A.J. Cook, who was let go from the show this season. But Nichols says the show allows the other characters to somewhat speak what the audience may be feeling about the new girl in town.
"I knew that JJ had left and then ...
It's hard to believe it's been 30 years to the day since John Lennon died.
To mark the anniversary, Rolling Stone released its full-length interview with Lennon conducted three days before his death. Excerpts from the nine-hour interview with writer Jonathan Cott previously ran in a tribute issue, but the tapes sat in Cott's closet for nearly 30 years.
"Earlier this year I was cleaning up to find some files in the recesses of my closet when I came across two cassette tapes marked 'John Lennon, December 5th, 1980,'" Cott says. "It had been 30 years since I listened to them, and when I put them on ...
Myth: Barack Obama has better things to do than appear on a television series. Fact: Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman, better known as the MythBusters, have been recruited for the White House campaign to get kids excited about science. And so tonight the president shows up ...
Ducks blown off their feet by the wind
Who knew that a video featuring a mama duck and her little ducklings could be such an emotional rollercoaster? Just as this feathery family is walking along, minding its own business, a gust of wind sends the babies — and the mother — tumbling across a plaza. Is it heartbreaking to watch? Yes. Will it make you want to smack the person who does nothing but stand back and film it? Slightly. But if you stick around until the end, you'll be able to breathe a sigh of relief as the little ones make their way back to Mama and take their position in line.
Watch the video after the jump.
Alan A. Armer, who produced the Emmy-winning television show The Fugitive, has died of colon cancer, according to The Hollywood Reporter. He was 88.
Armer died Dec. 5 in his Los Angeles home.
From 1949-51, Armer produced one of TV's first shows, Lights, Camera, Action. He went on to produce 20th Century Fox's first show, My Friend Flicka, in 1955, followed by Broken Arrow (1956) and Man Without a Gun (1958).
Kirsten Dunst isn't apologizing for partying a little too hard.
"When you're a single girl in your twenties, yeah, you go out with your friends," she tells the December 2010/January 2011 issue of BlackBook magazine. "And sometimes you drink too much. I don't know anybody else, with any type of job, who doesn't do that."
Jane Carrey and Jim Carrey
Jim Carrey's daughter, Jane, has split from her husband, Alex Santana, after one year of marriage, Us Weekly reports.
"The couple will remain friends, as well as devoted parents to their 9-month-old son, Jackson Riley," Jim's rep said.
Syfy has picked up Alphas, a drama starring David Strathairn, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The network has ordered 11 episodes of the project, in addition to the pilot, which revolves around a team of ordinary citizens with extraordinary mental abilities. Known as Alphas, they...