Perrey Reeves, Michael Weatherly
If you're one of the NCIS fans whose 'shipper heart has been aflutter since that scene between Tony and Ziva this week, you might want to hold on to something: The CBS procedural has cast Entourage star Perrey Reeves to play Wendy, the former fiancée of Michael Weatherly's Tony DiNozzo, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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As we previously reported, Wendy is a quick-witted investigative journalist who'll go to whatever lengths necessary to get her story. But when she bulldozes her way into an NCIS investigation, she's soon reunited with Tony ...
Carla Gugino has landed a recurring role on the third season of Justified, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Gugino will play...
It's not every day that you hear grown men shout "victory" in the middle of a home improvement store. For How to Be a Gentleman's Kevin Dillon, who recently ended an eight-season run on Entourage, it's just how people say hello.
"Before Entourage, I would have a lot of Marines and Platoon fans quoting, 'Did you see that head come apart?'" Dillon tells TVGuide.com. "Now, I get, 'Hey, Johnny Drama!' Just today, I went to Home Depot and I had guys screaming 'Victory!'"
A lot has changed for Dillon in the past eight years, and we're not just talking about how he's greeted at the checkout line. After first gaining...
President Barack Obama knows how to put America back to work, and it won't be music to your ears — or your kids' ears.
President Obama agrees to reschedule jobs speech to NFL Opening Day
"We have to turn off the TV set and put away the video games ...
Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Drop Dead Diva
Sopranos alum Jamie-Lynn Sigler is back and better than ever — well, except that her Drop Dead Diva character is dying.
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Sigler, whose recent credits include Ugly Betty and Entourage, will make her Diva debut in the Season 3 finale as...
Bill Hader, Alec Baldwin
Betty White, Ricky Gervais and the cast of Entourage weren't safe from mockery during Sunday's Emmy awards, but News Corp.'s Rupert Murdoch survived the show unscathed after Fox (which is owned by News Corp., natch) censored a joke Alec Baldwin was supposed to...
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Question: I know you weren't too fond of the final season of Entourage (to put it nicely), but I was curious if you thought Jeremy Piven's work this year was worthy of an Emmy nomination? — Joe
Matt Roush: Sure. I wouldn't mind seeing him get one last nomination. He used to own that supporting comedy actor category, winning three in a row before he dropped off the radar (along with the show), part of the backlash ...
Our top moments of the week:
15. Orange You Glad You Did This? Award: Now that Anderson Cooper has come out of the closet about his admiration for Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, it's only fitting that they go out on a proper date. On his new daytime talk show, the Jersey Shore star takes Cooper for his first spray tan. "I had no idea that Mr. Anderstand had muscles," Snooki says, as a sheepish, shirtless Cooper undergoes the process. "So when he took off his shirt, he had, like, a huge peanut muscle. Cool." Cooper, at least, seems pleased with the results: "Wow! I've never had a tan line like that." Does anyone...
Michael J. Fox, Larry David
TV at its most extreme — HBO would have it no other way as it bid farewell to its Sunday summer tentpoles this weekend. Here's my take on each of them:
Extremely Bloody: That would be True Blood, which as usual wrapped its season with an orgy of extremely silly excess. The body (and bawdy) count was high as the episode reached more climaxes than the final reel of the last Lord of the Rings movie. When and how would it ever end? In a bloody mess, that's how. But I've loved most of this season ...
[Spoiler alert! The following reveals major plot points from the series finale of Entourage.]
The four boys from Queens left on jet planes as Entourage ended its eight-year run on Sunday. The finale found many of the characters in very different places from where the series started, but we're still not quite sure how everyone got there. Below are some of our biggest burning questions from and criticisms of the last episode:
4. No love for Turtle and Drama? The final episode honored the main guys' family of four — as best depicted in the scene when Turtle (Jerry Ferrara) calls Sloan and Eric's unborn child "our baby" — so it was disappointing that two of the four guys didn't have much to do besides follow Eric and Vince around...