Jeers to Dark Blue for blowing it in Season 2.
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When it debuted last year, TNT's LAPD drama felt like a poor man's Shield, with Dylan McDermott leading a team of gonzo undercover cops who weren't afraid to cross the line to nail the bad guys...
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TNT has order new seasons for three of its shows: The Closer, Rizzoli & Isles and Leverage.
Cheers to John Schneider for getting back in touch with his rural roots on Leverage.
The impressively well-preserved actor (who was actually born in Mt. Kisco, New York) has been passing himself off as a country boy ever since he guzzled beer and claimed he was from Snellville, Georgia while auditioning for his breakthrough role as Bo Duke on The Dukes of Hazzard.
This week's episode of Leverage is nothing but a fun ride, guest-starring "Mr. Dukes of Hazzard" himself, John Schneider. He comes in to play a mean, greasy record company CEO stealing people's dreams, when in real life he couldn't be farther from that. He was such a great guy to have on the set and off, as he ran around the city of Portland with the lot of us. He came with such professionalism and spirit....
DOCTOR WHO (Saturday, BBC America, 9/8c)
Matt Smith's crackerjack first season as the newest Timelord nears an end with the first of a two-part finale that once again confronts the Doctor and Amy with that pesky crack in the universe. Look for the return of the enigmatic River Song and several favorite guest villains as the Doctor grapples with the mysterious Pandorica, which legend says contains the most feared being in the cosmos. Hang on...
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In this week's episode, "The Double Blind Job", the Leverage team works against...
Hey everyone. This is Aldis Hodge, aka Hardison, and as you know, Leverage is definitely back in action on our new night, Sundays at 9/8c on TNT. And then we give you another episode at 10/9c.
Last week, we gave you double...
The con is on when the stylized caper series returns for its Season 3 opener with two episodes, airing back-to-back. The jailhouse rocks in the first episode when Nate Ford and his Ford-tough band of outlaws take on a corrupt prison warden to save the life of an innocent inmate. Along the way, they plan the great escape. Edwin Hodge, brother of series star Aldis Hodge, guest-stars. In the second outing, the dream team schemes to crack an important password by targeting a dishonest software big shot at a high-school reunion.
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The Leverage crew has gotten out of more than its fair share of sticky situations before, but what will the team do now that Nate (Timothy Hutton) is behind bars?
During a visit to the TVGuide.com video studio, Hutton was more than happy to share what his character has up his sleeve, much to the chagrin of his co-stars Gina Bellman and Beth Riesgraf.
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Hutton says his character's possible prison break plays into a bigger theme of the entire season. "None of us can do what we do alone," he says. "We can all do it as experts, but we've come to really rely on one another as a team." Plus: Hutton give lots of juicy details about...