Bones' Booth this season may face his toughest case — that being one he cannot investigate himself, due to a conflict of interest. That means someone else will be putting folks in the hot seat... and perhaps making Seeley's temperature rise, as well.
Marisa Coughlin, who most notably fronted the Lifetime series Side Order of Life, has been tapped to ...
"Sage is full of rage." That’s how I, at least, keep the twins' names straight on the CW's Privileged. (Rose, meanwhile, is the "delicate flower"; that's the writers' own mnemonic device.) My point here is that Sage, and not Rose, is the prickly one here, but maybe getting a bit of love in her life might start to smooth those rough-n-tough edges...?
We soon will find out. Sources tell me exclusively that ...
Jamie Ray Newman
Eureka fans, I'm sorry I couldn't give you the full story on this new arrival when I teased it in Wednesday's Mega Buzz, but the deal wasn't quite done. Now it is.
Jamie Ray Newman, whom you may either know from Veronica Mars or as Alexis' prematurely snuffed sister on General Hospital, has landed the recurring role of
Supernatural fans want to know: Did Sam hook up with his demon helper, Ruby? While series creator Eric Kripke thus far is mum on the subject, Jared Padalecki is willing to offer his own (albeit unconfirmed) opinion on the possibly sticky sitch. Get his personal take on possibly "sleeping with the enemy," after the jump.
"Lost" amid the hubbub surrounding Amy Sedaris' sitcom deal with Fox may have been the juicy nugget that the Strangers with Candy alumna will be guesting on multiple episodes of TNT's The Closer. But rather than playing kin to Kyra Sedgwick, as some of you would have spec'd, Sedaris is coming on as Fritz's sister.
But make no mistake, you'll get plenty of Sedaris-Sedgwick action.
Read all about it, after the jump.
On Emmys night, at TV Guide's after-party, Michael Weatherly teased the casting of a Sex and the City star on NCIS. (Watch the video here, at the 1:00 mark.)
Now, after much diligence, I have secured an actual name. David Eigenberg — aka Steve Brady, he of the singular... love for Miranda — is the Sexy guy who will be visiting the high-rated military drama, sources confirm for me exclusively.
Eigenberg will be playing a former NSA Analyst who was suspected of mishandling classified information, and thusly lands smack dab in Gibbs' crosshairs.
Crave scoop? E-mail Matt and Mickey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kristen Bell, Heroes
Kristen Bell may have appeared on just one episode of Heroes so far this season — but it wasn't the last we'll be seeing of Elle Bishop — nor the last of her confrontations with Sylar.
In her significant, single appearance, Elle managed to take down the show's big baddie. "I felt really good!," Bell said of her character's bold move. She spoke with TVGuide.com at Hollywood Life Magazine's 5th annual Hollywood Style Awards, where she was presenting her own stylist, Nicole Chavez, with an award.
Yet, the actress is even more excited about the intrigue and revelations to come.
Josh Henderson, who on Desperate Housewives played Edie's motorcycle-riding, Julie-tempting nephew, is joining the CW's 90210, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Henderson will first appear during November sweeps, when the P.I. who's been on the prowl for Harry's son by Naomi's mom, Tracy, turns up a real charmer named Sean.
The new kid on the palms-lined block won't wow everyone, however.
Dixon, for one, will feel displaced by his Dad's biological boy, while a wary Debbie elects to keep her hubby's illegitimate offspring at arm's distance.
Crave scoop? Email Matt and Mickey at email@example.com
You can't keep a bad man down – but you can give him a handsome new puss. As the World Turns has cast former General Hospital fave Jon Lindstrom as Craig Montgomery, the arch-scoundrel who fled Oakdale last February after attempting murder. The actor's first airdate is Dec. 3.
"Jon is a witty and immensely likable actor even when he's doing unspeakable things – as he did [playing twins Kevin and Ryan] on GH," says ATWT head writer Jean Passanante. "And that pretty much sums up Craig."
The character will return to Oakdale "with a deep desire to reconnect with his family," adds the scribe, "though his first order of business is to get himself off the hook for trying to kill Paul [Roger Howarth]. It's a big problem, but Craig is up for the challenge."
Though Craig, who first appeared in 1982, is one of the great villains in suds history, this marks the fourth recast in three years. Hunt Block was dropped from the role in 2005. His replacement Jeffrey Meeks was fired in 2007 and replaced by the original Craig, Scott Bryce, who in turn got the ax early this year.
Look for an exclusive interview with Lindstrom in TV Guide magazine.
Supernatural's Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki
You asked for 'em, you got 'em.
As oft requested/demanded via the Mega Buzz emailbox, the CW has come forth with fresh and oh-so-pretty Season 4 gallery pics of Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki. And because TVGuide.com's SPN fans are among the most avid, we've secured an exclusive first look at three of them.
For starters, we have Jensen, doing that 1,000-yard stare y'all love so much.
Next there is Jared, striking the pose that made J.C. famous — ironic, since Dean apparently is The Big Guy's Chosen One.
Lastly, we have the brothers, together.
I hope that these got your Wednesday off to a "super" start.