Entourage actor Jonathan Keltz will guest-star on an upcoming episode of Fairly Legal, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
USA sets premiere dates for final season of In Plain Sight, return of Fairly Legal
Keltz, who played Ari's assistant Jake on ...
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I am so excited for the "Cuffed" episode of Castle. What can you tell me? —Erin
ADAM: Castle and Beckett, handcuffed on a bed together, with no recollection of how they got there — what could possibly go right wrong? As you might imagine, the duo finds themselves in a number of awkward — and suggestive —positions as they try to escape. At one point, Beckett even asks Castle to lift up her shirt. Rawr! (That sexist sound is also a hint.)
Will Max and Caroline ever hit their goal on 2 Broke Girls? — Jen
NATALIE: I know, right? These girls need some quick cash. What could they do, what could they...? No! Not...
TNT has canceled Memphis Beat, the cop drama starring Jason Lee, Deadline.com reports.
Beat, which centers on an easygoing, but fiercely dedicated detective in the south, pulled in...
Alice St. Clair, Dan Amboyer
Who says nothing happens on the weekend before Labor Day? (And we're not talking storm preparations on the East Coast — at least not in this space.) Nowadays, TV almost never takes a holiday, and such is the case this weekend. A few highlights:
Torchwood: Miracle Day (Friday, 10/9c, Starz) I wish I could report that last week's terrific episode (Jack's 1920s flashback, which went from romantic to disturbing in a bloody flash as he was revealed as "the blessing") represented a return to form for this otherwise woefully uneven season of Torchwood. But I'm afraid we're back to the present day this week, and the action is just as ridiculously clumsy and the characters (Rex and Esther in particular) as aggravating as ever. Still, with only two episodes to go after this, I'll watch to the end.
Kyra Sedgwick, The Closer
TNT will kick off its winter season with new episodes of Leverage, The Closer, Rizzoli & Isles and Southland, the network announced Tuesday.
Leverage, which will air its summer finale ...
Timothy Hutton and Gina Bellman
The con goes on: TNT has ordered a fifth season of Leverage.
The network has ordered 15 additional episodes, which will begin airing in summer 2012. The show's fourth season, which served as a lead-in to the recently renewed Falling Skies, has averaged 4.8 million viewers, a 10 percent increase over the previous season...
Someone's been keeping tabs on Leverage's Nate Ford (Timothy Hutton) all season. In Sunday's episode, that man will reveal himself, and we have your exclusive first look!
Exclusive: Leverage recruits Saving Grace's Leon Rippy for recurring role
Guest star Leon Rippy (Deadwood, Saving Grace) returns as professional investor Jack Lattimer in Sunday's "The Boiler Room Job" (10/9c, TNT). His Warren Buffet-type character has figured out the Leverage team's game, and he has begun lining his own pockets by taking advantage of the companies Nate's team destroys...
Tom Skerritt, Bailey Chase
Tom Skerritt and Bailey Chase are set to guest-star on Season 3 of White Collar, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Skerritt, 77, will play Alan Mitchell, the discerning dad of Elizabeth...
Michael Gladis, Leverage
Leverage's Nate Ford has out-conned some very ruthless opponents, but for his next job, he'll have to outsmart himself. Well, sort of.
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In Sunday's episode (9/8c, TNT) Nate (Timothy Hutton) and his team target a public relations whiz named Reed Rockwell (Mad Men's Michael Gladis). Rockwell's particular brand of PR involves protecting his clients by sniping at their enemies and sometimes launching full-scale character assassinations. The challenge in taking Rockwell down is that he's a bit of a wizard behind the curtain.
"He works from the shadows and behind the scenes, sort of like Nate," Gladis tells TVGuide.com....