Best known as Seven of Nine from Star Trek: Voyager, TV vet Jeri Ryan is still a "10" as chief medical examiner Kate Murphy on Body of Proof. To play the superior of Megan Hunt (Dana Delany), Ryan traded a skintight bodysuit for business casual — but she's still impossible to resist. Here's why.
There are still a few more weeks to go before Smallville signs off, but if you're expecting to go through withdrawal, here's something that should help: Smallville: The Complete Series DVD is coming out this fall. In addition to all 218 episodes, the massive 62-disc(!) set includes the following special features:
Katherine Kelly Lang, Adam Gregory
We now know The Bold and the Beautiful's Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) and Thomas (Adam Gregory) have miraculously survived that plane crash in the South Pacific. So what's next for the steamy mother-stepson duo as they struggle for survival on their desert island? We have the scoop! Come May 2, B&B will enter some funky new territory when Brooke and Thomas — who have been dancing around a near-incestuous romance for weeks — get high on hallucinogenic berries and end up making love. At least it'll seem that way. TV Guide Magazine got the deets on this dizzy, daring story from B&B boss man Brad Bell.
OK, we've put up with this one long enough.
After almost four seasons of being semi-tolerable as the boho outsider-slash-voice of reason among the Upper East Side sophisticates, the time has come for Gossip Girl to get rid of Vanessa. Originally introduced as a potential love interest for both Dan and Nate (as well as a one-time Bass boink), the hippy-harpy character ...
Tony Geary, General Hospital
It takes a village, especially when you're trying to get General Hospital's Luke Spencer (Tony Geary) into rehab. On the soap's April 28 episode, those nearest and dearest to the in-denial alcoholic — including wife Tracy, son Lucky and daughter Lulu — will stage an intervention in hopes of getting him the help he needs. Will Luke give in and get treatment? Or will he...
Mireille Enos, Gharrett Paon and Joel Kinnaman
Cheers to Joel Kinnaman for his captivating performance on The Killing.
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The Swedish actor helps give AMC's hypnotic adaptation of a Danish mystery series its chilly Scandinavian/Girl With the Dragon Tattoo vibe as Stephen Holder, the skeevy new partner of Seattle homicide cop Sarah Linden (the incandescent Mireille Enos). With a wiry frame and a live-wire intensity akin to Oscar nominee John Hawkes (Winter's Bone), Kinnaman routinely swipes scenes with his jittery charisma.
Cee Lo Green
Glee (Tuesday, 8/7c, Fox)
Too much isn't always a good thing for this erratic yet always exuberant series, but with Lady Gaga music as the hook (including "Born This Way," which doubles as an episode title), this week's outing expands to 90 minutes. With prom looming, Quinn aims her sights on the title of queen — but so does the super-sized Lauren. Meanwhile, Mr. Shue is using the Gaga playlist to teach the glee club more musical life lessons in self-acceptance and embracing what makes each of them special.
David Canary, Kate Collins
It was a sad day for fans of All My Children and One Life to Live when ABC announced that it was pulling the plug on its long-running soaps. But it shouldn't come as a shock.
Ratings for the soaps took their first major hit in 1995, when several cable networks provided gavel-to-gavel coverage of the O.J. Simpson trial. The stunning real-life drama captured the attention of daytime viewers and broke the soap habit for many of them. The numbers have drifted downward ever since.