Raising Hope is getting a visit from a real Jackass.
On Tuesday's episode, (9:30/8:30c, Fox), Jimmy (Lucas Neff) is determined to help Sabrina get over a childhood phobia. The downside? He ends up in the hospital. The upside? He finds himself recovering next to Jackass star...
Out with the old, in with the Shue.
Wednesday's CSI began the process of replacing Marg Helgenberger's Catherine Willows. It did so with the introduction of Elisabeth Shue as Julie "Finn" Finlay, a blood-spatter expert brought in by D.B. Russell (Ted Danson) to sort through a particularly grisly and confusing crime scene. And one thing's for sure: These two have complicated history.
Marg Helgenberger says goodbye to CSI
Although Finn initially rebuffs Russell's invite to consult for the CSI team...
[SPOILER ALERT: The following story reveals major plot points from the Feb. 15 episode of Revenge. Read at your own risk!]
Summer finally came to an end on Wednesday's episode of Revenge, but the mysteries are just heating up. After months of anticipation, it was revealed that...
Emily Deschanel, Katharine McPhee, Mark Harmon
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Can't wait for Bones to come back in April! Got any scoop until then? — Gina
ADAM: One of Brennan's books is being turned into a film, and wouldn't you like to know who Hollywood has chosen to play our blood-and-guts lovers? You will, when a murder on set brings Booth and Bones and their movie alter egos together. Booth's stand-in is an action star whose stunts aren't limited to filming. It seems his criminal history of drug use and assault are just attempts to make headlines on TMZ. The actress playing Brennan? Well, she's kind of a slut. No thanks, poetic license; we'll stick with the originals.
So Ivy won the role of Marilyn Monroe on Smash. But Katharine McPhee is in all those commercials! Safe to say that's not permanent casting? — Lucy
As Sons of Anarchy's Sargeant-at-Arms Filip "Chibs" Telford, Tommy Flanagan is used to finding himself on the wrong side of the law in front of the camera. But his latest role, Flanagan is going to have to answer to NYPD Fin (Ice-T) and Amaro (Danny Pino).
On Wednesday's episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (10/9c, NBC), Flanagan plays Murphy, a sadistic Irish loan shark. "He ain't the most pleasant fellow," Flanagan says, "and apparently he likes to hurt people if they don't pay his...