Josh Holloway is back on TV — and we here at TVGuide.com could not be more excited!
The Lost alum returns to television in Intelligence, CBS' new midseason drama slated to premiere Tuesday, Jan. 7 at 9/8c. (It moves to its regular timeslot on Monday, Jan. 13 at 10/9c.)
CBS moves up Intelligence premiere date
On the series, Holloway plays Gabriel Vaughn, a man with a computer chip in his head that allows him to access every piece of information on the Internet through a program called Clockwork. Gabriel's skills make him a huge and expensive asset to the United States, which is why...
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Intelligence is coming early to CBS.
Originally slated to premiere on Feb. 24, the Josh Holloway-led drama will now debut on...
Marg Helgenberger, whose CSI and China Beach characters were both mothers to a daughter, is being given her third TV daughter. In her midseason CBS drama Intelligence, Helgenberger's Lillian will try to connect with her child, Rebecca, played by Shameless actress Laura Wiggins. (Wiggins plays Karen, the sexually adventurous daughter of Joan Cusack's Sheila, on the Showtime series).
For the second year in a row, former CSI star Marg Helgenberger has teamed with Stand Up to Cancer to raise funds and awareness in the fight against breast cancer.
Helgenberger, who can next be seen on CBS' midseason drama Intelligence with Josh Holloway, has once again teamed with SU2C and The Safeway Foundation for a public service campaign called "Together We're Creating a Brighter Tomorrow." The centerpiece of the campaign, which kicks off Oct. 1, offers shoppers at Safeway stores ...
Hawaii Five-0 is beefing up Chin Ho's (Daniel Dae Kim) presence in Season 4. One upcoming episode will flash back to his first meeting with his late wife, the circumstances surrounding the loss of his badge and his time under the mentorship of McGarrett's father, John. But first, the season kicks off with a pair of episodes that welcome two of Kim's former Lost costars.
Henry Ian Cusick (the time-jumping Desmond) guest stars in the Sept. 27 premiere as the villainous Ernesto, who holds the team hostage. "He's tied in to some baddies we introduced last season," says exec producer Peter Lenkov.
A secret agent with a computer chip in his head may sound like a familiar premise, but CBS' new drama Intelligence is a far cry from Chuck.
Lost's Josh Holloway stars as Gabriel Black, a man whose computer chip allows him to access every piece of information on the internet through a program called Clockwork. If that doesn't sound nearly as cool as Chuck Bartowski being able to do kung-fu with the Intersect 2.0, that's because Gabriel doesn't need those skills — he's already a badass on his own. His "powers" include being able to render a 3D version of a crime scene so he can walk through it, and also get a fact sheet on his enemies so he can exploit their weaknesses. And you better hope your compound isn't controlled by electronic doors, because it'll be far too easy for him to escape.
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The small screen hasn't been the same without Josh Holloway, who wrapped his role as Lost's Sawyer in 2010. He returns to series TV next year in the new CBS sci-fi thriller Intelligence. Here's what he's been up to.