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Exclusive: NYPD Blue Alum James McDaniel Is The Following's New FBI Agent

James McDaniel

The Following has enlisted NYPD Blue alum James McDaniel for a recurring role in Season 2, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

McDaniel, who was nominated for two Emmy Awards for his role as Lt. Arthur Fancy on NYPD Blue, will play FBI Agent Ken Phillips, who heads the task force in New York City on the Fox drama. read more

The Office: The Sopranos' Michael Imperioli to Go Up Against Dwight

Michael Imperioli

After playing mobster Christopher Moltisanti on The Sopranos for six seasons, Michael Imperioli has been in his fair share of TV fights. But what will happen when he goes up against Dwight Schrute (Rainn Wilson)?!

Fans will find out when the Emmy winner guest-stars on The Office this spring as... read more

True Blood Alum Aisha Hinds Joins CBS' Under the Dome

Aisha Hinds

Aisha Hinds has been tapped to co-star in CBS' Under the Dome, a drama based on Stephen King's 2009 novel, TVGuide.com has learned.

The serialized drama... read more

Pilot Season: ABC Orders Drama and Comedy From Steven Spielberg's Studio

ABC is getting into business with Steven Spielberg.

The network has ordered a drama pilot and a comedy pilot from the blockbuster director's studio Amblin TV.

Lucky 7 follows seven employees of a Queens service station whose lives are changed in many unpredictable ways when they win a lottery jackpot. (Maybe they played the lucky Lost numbers?) The pilot was written by David Zabel (ER) and Jason Richman (Detroit 1-8-7).

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Pilot Season: Sopranos' Michael Imperioli Checks Into Jason Katims' NBC Medical Drama

Michael Imperoli

The doctor is in!

Michael Imperioli has joined the cast of Jason Katims' medical pilot County, TVGuide.com has confirmed. TVLine.com first reported the news.

Parenthood's Jason Ritter stars in the drama about a group of young doctors, nurses and administrators in an underfunded and morally compromising Los Angeles hospital. Imperioli, best-known for playing Christopher Moltisanti on The Sopranos, will portray... read more

Exclusive: CSI: NY Plots Major Love Interest for Mac

Megan Dodds, Gary Sinise

Mac Taylor's social calendar may soon be getting fuller on CSI: NY.

The CBS drama has booked former Detroit 1-8-7 star Megan Dodds to appear in multiple episodes as a new love interest for Gary Sinise's Mac, executive producer Zach Reiter tells TVGuide.com. The casting comes in the same season that finally introduced Mac's wife, Claire (Jaime Ray Newman), who died in the 9/11 terrorist attacks... read more

Nikita Exclusive: Meet Michael's Blast From His Division Past

Helena Mattsson

Swedish actress Helena Mattsson has landed a recurring role on Nikita, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

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Mattsson, who's appeared on Desperate Housewives, will play Cassandra, a sophisticated political figure who created some emotional ...
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Stephen Collins, Dee Wallace to Appear on The Office

Stephen Collins

Ready to see who brought the Nard Dog into this world?

7th Heaven patriarch Stephen Collins and Dee Wallace (E.T.) will guest-star on The Office as ...
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Friday Night Lights' Adrianne Palicki Joins G.I. Joe Sequel

Adrianne Palicki

Adrianne Palicki is trading in her Wonder Woman costume for military fatigues.

The actress, who starred in NBC's failed Wonder Woman pilot earlier this year, has joined the upcoming G.I. Joe sequel, Deadline reports.

Photo: Check out the updated Wonder Woman costume

Palicki, 29, will play... read more

Ask Matt: Finale Fallout (Mentalist, House, Glee) and More!

Teresa Lisbon and Patrick Jane

Send questions to askmatt@tvguidemagazine.com and follow me on Twitter!

Question: I don't agree that Patrick Jane killed the real Red John in The Mentalist finale. Bringing in a never-before-seen actor and calling him Red John is too easy and takes away from the drama of the show. Using an unknown "disposable" like this guy is indeed Red John's MO. "Who can Patrick Jane trust?" is the real central theme of the show.

As of this episode, he trusts the CBI team, finally telling them what he knows. He still doesn't trust LaRoche (what was in the plastic box?), which is probably a wise move. It could never have been Director Bertram — he was too worried about media and not about what went on. LaRoche certainly has some baggage, including killing the bomber and responding as he did when Jane was running off to spring the trap. ("Busy boy.") My guess is that LaRoche ...
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Premiered: September 21, 2010, on ABC
Rating: TV-14
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Premise: A crime drama that follows the men and women of Detroit PD's homicide unit, which includes a driven veteran paired with a young cop, a sexy detective who's the department's rising star and a veteran whose eye is on his impending retirement.

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