A.J. Cook, Kirsten Vangsness and Thomas Gibson
J.J. fans rejoice! A.J. Cook has nabbed a two-year deal to return to Criminal Minds.
Cook, who left the CBS series in September after being dropped for "creative reasons," will appear in the Season 6 finale on May 18, Deadline reports. She'll rejoin the show full time in the fall.
The Royal Wedding is one of the most anticipated events of the year, and Entertainment Tonight correspondent Nancy O'Dell has her own ideas why.
"It all starts when we're little," O'Dell told TVGuide.com Thursday at the Blackberry Playbook launch party. "We watch all the Disney movies and become obsessed, like my daughter, with princesses. It's about the fairy tale. There's something very magical about a royal family, especially with us not having that in the U.S"
This just in: Griffin Dunne will be playing a reporter on the upcoming fourth season of Damages, TVLine reports.
The central case this season revolves around a wrongful death lawsuit filed against a military contractor. John Goodman will play the corrupt CEO of the company.
There's a New Kid on the Psych block.
Joey McIntyre, one of the members of the boy (now men!) band New Kids on the Block, will guest-star on USA's upcoming sixth season of Psych, EW reports.
Despite winning a coveted Golden Ticket, Jacob Lusk almost didn't make it on American Idol because he lacked another ticket, TMZ reports.
Back in February 2009, he was cited for riding the Los Angeles metro without a ticket. When he blew off the court hearing, a warrant was issued for his arrest. That warrant came back to haunt him.
Evangeline Lilly won't have to borrow a baby Aaron again.
The former Lost star was photographed in Hawaii with what looks like an undeniable baby bump, US Weekly reports. In fact, "bump" seems to be too tame a word for the paisley-draped girth.
Cee-Lo Green, Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton
Cee Lo Green had the chance to join Simon Cowell on his highly anticipated singing competition series, The X Factor, but he said no. Instead, he joined NBC's rival, The Voice. Why did he turn down one of the most famous judges in reality TV history?
"I was unfamiliar with the concept of X Factor," Green told reporters Friday at NBC's Summer Press Day. "I didn't see it as distinctive enough...