Joe Mantegna and Daniel J. Travanti, Criminal Minds
Criminal Minds' Behavioral Analysis Unit has an obligation to keep bad guys off the street. But series star Joe Mantegna says every case isn't just about right and wrong.
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"Sometimes when a case gets resolved, there's always different aspects to consider. It's not always so cut-and-dried," he tells TVGuide.com "There are sometimes conditions that lend themselves to why these things happen. It's interesting when the stories have a little bit of a twist to them."
And Wednesday's episode (9/8c on CBS) has just that. When the BAU begins investigating a string of murders, Rossi (Mantegna) can't help but notice a similarity to a killer he chased over 25 years ago. Just when Rossi got close, the killer stopped, never to be heard from again — until now...
The Wonder Pets!, Steven Tyler
Singers Steven Tyler, Idina Menzel and Ziggy Marley are voicing an upcoming episode of Nickelodeon's The Wonder Pets!, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
"What a blast! It's something I've wanted to do forever and to get a chance to do this is just another dream come true, another feather in the cap!" Tyler, who just joined the American Idol judges' panel, said in a statement about the upcoming special.
David Caruso, CSI: Miami
CSI: Miami producer Barry O'Brien says he isn't worried one bit about the show's move to Sunday night.
"We're answering the call with essentially a relaunch of our entire series in every category," O'Brien tells TVGuide.com. "It's rarefied air that you breathe when you've been on the air for nine seasons. It's an amazing achievement, and we want to respond with appropriate gratitude and a sense of growth, both in terms of the characters and stylistically."
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O'Brien's energy and excitement is evident as he starts discussing storylines for this season. The CSIs will investigate a crime with a literally disappearing murder weapon. One murder will be "witnessed" by a blind bystander. But the story O'Brien is most eager to tell is that of a massive prison break, which will provide headaches for crime lab leader Horatio Caine (David Caruso), who will try to corral the fugitives all season long...
AJ Buckley, Sela Ward
On Friday's CSI: NY, lab rat Adam Ross gets his moment to shine when an online relationship puts him right in the middle of a murder investigation.
When Adam (AJ Buckley) meets a French beauty on a video dating website, they instantly connect. "I melt. My character literally falls in love through the screen, and tragically as he falls in love, she dies right in front of me," Buckley tells TVGuide.com.
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Adam, Mac (Gary Sinise) and the rest of the team must first figure out if the murder was real or some twisted Internet snuff film. Through the investigation, Adam has the rare chance to get out of the lab...
The upcoming third season of Lie to Me promises to be edgier and grittier than ever. So it makes sense that the new cast photo — which you can see after the jump — would follow suit.
Lie to Me: End of the line for Lightman and Reynolds
Season 3 finds Lightman (Tim Roth) and his team working above the law after severing its ties with the FBI. But, as also hinted in the photo, Lightman's rogue attitude will dramatically test the relationships and dynamics of The Lightman Group. In particular, a wedge is driven between Lightman and Foster (Kelli Williams), creating devastating consequences...
When Big Time Rush returns for Season 2 on Saturday, the band is back from its first tour. But life at Palm Woods isn't quite how the guys left it: Kendall's girlfriend has a new guy, new kids have taken over their hangout spot, and schoolwork is waiting for them.
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In the exclusive sneak peek below, the group performs its latest single, "'Til I Forget About You" from its debut album, BTR, which hits stores Oct. 11.
Christopher Meloni and Mariska Hargitay
On the fourth episode of Law & Order: SVU, a flood will render the show's 16th Precinct all but unusable — hence the title of the fifth episode: "Wet." While they wait for their new, drier digs to be ready, Benson and Stabler will work out of a mobile command center, which will be parked on the streets of New York. Associate producer Mike Ciliento gives us a tour of the cozy new space.