When Nurse Jackie returns for its second season, Nurse Mohammed "Mo-Mo" De La Cruz will not be checking back in to All Saints Hospital.
Haaz Sleiman's abrupt exit from the show, which was first reported in late December, is a result of how another character — Eve Best's Dr. O'Hara — developed, according to executive producer Linda Wallem.
Wallem says O'Hara didn't exist in the original pilot...
Rena Sofer isn't having a hard time keeping her character's secrets on her guest stint on NCIS.
That's because, according to the 24 and Heroes vet, she doesn't know what those secrets are.
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Sofer's run on the show involves the investigation of a Navy pilot's death. Aerospace engineer Victor Tillman (guest star Marcus Giamatti) and his prototype jet packs become the focus of the investigation. But before Gibbs (Mark Harmon) and his team can get any answers from Tillman, they have to go through his hard-nosed attorney, played by Sofer.
"She's a high-priced lawyer, and she's not afraid of anybody," Sofer says of her character, Margaret Allison Hart. That includes Gibbs, against whom she holds some sort of mysterious grudge that even Sofer doesn't fully understand...
Prepare yourself, the sixth and final season of Lost is approaching. Obviously, executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse have been very tight-lipped about the fate of the Losties after the explosion at the hatch, but they did find time to tease just a few tidbits at Tuesday night's unveiling of the 16th and final poster in the damoncarltonandapolarbear.com collection. (Said poster holds a few clues itself, but we're still working on that.) In the meantime, Lindelof and Cuse tell TVGuide.com which is their favorite poster, how they feel heading into the final season and what fans should expect when the show premieres on Feb. 2 (9/8c on ABC).
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TVGuide.com: With the final season of Lost approaching, what are you feeling?
Carlton Cuse: I think we're doing something new in this final season narratively, so we ...
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Any news on what's ahead for Cristina and Owen on Grey's Anatomy? — Lisa
ADAM: If there's one thing we know about Dr. Yang, it's that her career always comes first. Has her time with Owen changed that? We'll find out when Cristina gets stuck with a very difficult decision that could drastically affect not only her future, but also one of her closest relationships.
I'm dying for 24 to start again. What will the new cast members be up to? — Cassandra
MICKEY: You've probably heard Cole Ortiz (Freddie Prinze Jr.) described as
On Tuesday's holiday episode of NCIS, Gibbs (Mark Harmon) will get a special visit from his father (guest star Ralph Waite), and the family connections won't stop there.
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Waite, 81, first visited the CBS hit procedural in Season 6. This time around, he will exhibit some unusual behavior that leaves Gibbs perplexed as he and the team investigate the possible hate-crime killing of the son of a retired colonel turned preacher.
Even though the episode has Christmas themes, Rocky Carroll warns that it's not exactly a heartwarming hour...
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Executive producer Bill Lawrence says that the Scrubs we all knew and loved is over. Sure, Zach Braff & Co. will be sticking around for a few episodes to help launch the new Scrubs, but Lawrence thinks the new cast is just as funny and endearing as the old one. TVGuide.com spoke to Lawrence about how he decided to reboot the series, who will be checking in to the show's medical school and what fans of the old show can expect of the new.
Fans mourning Glee's winter hiatus have something to look forward to: NBC's The Sing-Off (premiering Monday at 8/7c). Nick Lachey hosts the four-night a cappella singing competition that features eight groups battling for a $100,000 prize and an Epic Records/Sony recording contract. Judging The Sing-Off are Ben Folds of Ben Folds Five, Shawn Stockman of Boyz II Men and Pussycat Dolls lead singer Nicole Scherzinger. TVGuide.com spoke to Lachey about the show and why his hosting gig has made him miss 98 Degrees.
TVGuide.com: What sets The Sing-Off apart from the rest of the singing shows out there?
Nick Lachey: This is an a cappella competition so there's no band, no background music — it's just about the human voice. There's a lot of extra pressure that goes along with that, but at the same time when it's done well it's even that much more impressive to hear a great a cappella performance.