Did the Blue Bloods cops bend the rules of DNA testing?
On the October 8 episode of CBS' Blue Bloods, Frank Reagan (Tom Selleck) used moves that were even smoother than his 'stache to bring down an accused rapist. When the NYPD hit a dead end nailing their suspect due to his diplomatic immunity, they lured his father into the precinct and asked him to have his son submit to a DNA test....
CBS has ordered full seasons of first-year series Hawaii Five-0, Mike & Molly, The Defenders, $#*! My Dad Says and Blue Bloods, the network announced Thursday.
Hawaii Five-0 is the fall's most...
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Any news about what's coming up for Alex on Grey's Anatomy? — Emma
ADAM: He'll have a blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment of flirtation with Lexie in the Oct. 28 episode, but his primary focus will be on a young girl who needs her trachea replaced. And though Alex maintains his stint in pediatrics has nothing to do with him being a softie for the kids, you can judge for yourself when he sings a few bars of a Justin Bieber tune to calm his patient while she's getting an MRI.
I heard that the guy from Justified was going to be on The Office. What's that all about? —Carl
MICKEY: Show some respect, Carl! The man's name is Timothy Olyphant, and he'll play Danny on The Office. Danny's a really successful, kinda hot salesman who works for a Dunder Mifflin competitor...
TV Guide Magazine is compiling its annual Hot List, and we want to hear from you! With the fall season underway, some fresh faces have joined the force, and we want to know which cop you think is the hottest! Do you think Tom Selleck and Will Estes from Blue Bloods are the real deal, or are Mariska Hargitay and Stana Katic still the hottest women with badges? Who do you think is the hottest arresting officer? Vote in our poll below after the jump.
On the Blue Bloods set, it's not uncommon to see fake handguns, mock suspect files, claustrophobic interrogation rooms ... and dance numbers?
"We have dance-party Fridays!" Jennifer Esposito tells TVGuide.com after grooving and clapping with the crew to Donnie Wahlberg's beatbox tune in between takes. "It's our little way of ...
CBS easily won Friday night thanks to another round of strong performances from Blue Bloods, CSI: NY and Medium.
Blue Bloods was the night's most-watched series, drawing...
Body of Proof
ABC has pushed upcoming series Body of Proof to midseason, Variety reports.
Starring Dana Delany as a medical examiner who helps investigate suspicious deaths, the series was set to debut on Fridays at 9/8c this fall. The network has decided to delay it's debut in order to find a...
Danny isn't the kind of cop to let something like diplomatic immunity get in the way of putting a perpetrator behind bars, especially when the suspect is wanted in a rape case. But how to do it? Tonight, Danny gets Erin and Frank to help him figure that out when the three of them work together within the system, they can make sure that justice wins out...and that a rapist doesn't go free. — Tim Holland
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Question: One of my favorite shows is Fringe, but I can't help but wonder if Fox could pull an X-Files switch. I'm thinking maybe it should be moved to Sunday nights at 9/8c. This was great for The X-Files and made Sunday nights so darn cool. Fringe has that type of feel, and let's face it: two hours of cartoons is a bit much. I have a feeling they could get a nice ratings spike as well. Curious to know what you think — and do we really need more CSI-type shows? — Michael
Matt Roush: Well, those are two very different questions. And one doesn't really inform the other. CSI-style procedurals are still the flavor of the decade — especially on CBS, which knows exactly how to feed its audience — and everyone wants to be in on this lucrative game. But a show like Fringe will always be separate and special, and Fox knows that. The network has done a pretty good job of nurturing the show to where it can go all-out this season. So far, the results have been spectacular, creatively anyway...
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On Friday's CSI: NY, lab rat Adam Ross gets his moment to shine when an online relationship puts him right in the middle of a murder investigation.
When Adam (AJ Buckley) meets a French beauty on a video dating website, they instantly connect. "I melt. My character literally falls in love through the screen, and tragically as he falls in love, she dies right in front of me," Buckley tells TVGuide.com.
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Adam, Mac (Gary Sinise) and the rest of the team must first figure out if the murder was real or some twisted Internet snuff film. Through the investigation, Adam has the rare chance to get out of the lab...