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Jack is back! Please spoil the return of 24! — David
Although he's been on the lam for four years, Jack comes out of hiding to stop the assassination of the U.S. president in London. And as you might guess, he's promptly captured the minute he shows his face. But Jack's not that rusty. In fact, there's a very specific reason Jack allows himself to get caught — and it involves a familiar face. Unfortunately, Kate Morgan (Yvonne Strahovski), a Bauer-esque CIA operative looking to prove her worth, wastes little time standing in the way of the blessed reunion. Say it with me: Dammit!
Please tell me Cobie Smulders is going to stay on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. full-time! — Cara
The good news:
24 star D.B. Woodside and Lie to Me alum Brendan Hines will recur on Season 4 of Suits, USA announced Friday.
Woodside will play Jeff Malone, a former SEC prosecutor with a personal stake in Pearson Specter who is called on when the firm is faced with its toughest challenge yet. Hines will play ...
This is not the Salem you read about in history class.
In WGN America's first scripted series, Salem, the infamous witch trials of the 17th century will be explored — but with a twist. Whereas innocent young women were unjustly murdered in real life, the witches on the show are very much real.
First Look: Teaser trailer for WGN America's original series Salem
Created and executive-produced by Brannon Braga (24) and Adam Simon, the show stars Janet Montgomery, Shane West, Seth Gabel,Ashley Madeke, Xander Berkeley, Tamzin Merchant and Elise Eberle. Before the series premiere on April 20 (10/9c), WGN America will debut a special, Salem: Witches Are Real (Tuesday, 11/10c), which examines the mystery and lore that inspired the premise of the show.
Homeland has promoted Nazanin Boniadi to series regular for Season 4, Showtime announced Friday.