CSI: Miami, 90210, Criminal Minds
Every week, editors Mickey O'Connor and Adam Bryant answer your burning questions. Want some TV scoop? Please send all questions to email@example.com.
I need to know more about Delko's undercover investigation of the lab on CSI: Miami. What's he going to find? — Marshall
ADAM: "That investigation will reveal the most dramatic betrayal in Horatio Caine's career," co-executive producer Barry O'Brien tells us. "It puts Horatio in a light we've never seen him in before, questioning the loyalties of his team. ... It will rock the fabric of the team and threaten at least one — if not more — CSI's future." Hmm, maybe that's the reason Delko will be back full-time next season.
Will Dixon and Silver ever get back together on 90210? — Dana
MICKEY: For now, Dixon and Silver are dunzo, if only because Dixon...
Some of the Winter Olympics' most recognizable names are in action, with live coverage of some top-notch events. Making his first-and-only appearance in competition is the ballyhooed Shaun White in snowboarding's halfpipe. The "Flying Tomato" had spectators' jaws dropping with new tricks in events prior to the Games. Also anticipated is the women's downhill in Alpine skiing, with U.S. star Lindsey Vonn (if she returns from her shin injury), who dominated this event in the World Cup. "I try to ski like the guys," she says. "Dynamic, but also balanced." On the ice, world-record holder and defending gold medalist Shani Davis races in speed skating's 1,000-meter. His toughest foe may be 20-year-old teammate Trevor Marsicano, who beat him on this ice in the 2009 Worlds. "Instead of [him] thinking of me as a kid, and me being in awe of him: We now have a mutual respect," claims Marsicano. Apolo Anton Ohno, goes round and round in two short-track events, the 1,000-meter prelims and 5,000-meter relay semifinal.
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Since this show's episode titles are named after Tom Petty songs, and this installment is called "When a Kid Goes Bad" (from Petty's 2002 album The Last DJ, for those keeping score), one thought comes to mind: poor, wayward Travis. Well, he doesn't kill anyone, but let's say his Jules and Bobby aren't too thrilled when he wants to go to a party where alcohol will be served. Meanwhile, Laurie meets Smith's father (Barry Bostwick), and it looks like the apple fell nowhere near the tree.
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The con is on, and it turns intensely personal for crew captain Nate Ford upon the discovery that his ex-wife (Kari Matchett) has been nabbed and is languishing in a Ukrainian prison. Nate's stealthy outlaws set out to rescue her — but in order for their scheme to succeed, they must join forces with longstanding nemesis Jim Sterling (Mark A. Sheppard). Jeri Ryan continues her winter guest-star arc as grifter Tara Cole.
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Smallville is adding yet another DC villain. Odessa Rae has been cast as the Silver Banshee, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Annette O'Toole returning to Smallville
Rae (Leverage) will first appear as...
After a four-month absence of new episodes, the catchy con-job series returns to continue its second season. Forget crimes of passion — tonight there are crimes of fashion. Nate Ford and his crack crew of surreptitious scammers and schemers slip into the high-fashion world in their bid to trounce a tyrannical sweatshop owner. Guest star Jeri Ryan reprises her role as slinky Tara Cole, a temporary member of Nate's team. The episode is preceded by a 10-hour marathon of Leverage shows.
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Dark Blue - Dylan McDermott
Dark Blue has been renewed for a second season, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The TNT cop drama stars Dylan McDermott as the leader of an undercover LAPD team. The show is expected to return...
Jeri Ryan has played her share of lawyers on TV (Shark, Boston Legal, Law & Order: SVU), but none of them was like the one she played in Leverage's summer-season finale.
"I've always played the sort of tough-talking, ball-buster kind of lawyers, but Tara is very much a do-gooder and by the book," Ryan tells TVGuide.com.
Check out photos of Ryan throughout her career
Of course, anyone who watched the finale knows that there is more to the buttoned-up Tara Carlisle than meets the eye. "Part of the fun of Leverage in general is in the twists and turns and surprises, and this one definitely had that payoff," Ryan said.
In the closing moments of Wednesday's episode, Ryan's character reveals herself to be ...
So You Think You Can Dance
So You Think You Can Dance
Since the fifth season ended just over a month ago on Aug. 6, there's hardly been time to catch your breath before the sixth season gets under way. But your gasping for air will be nothing compared to the panting by the dancers hoping to follow in the footsteps of past winners Nick Lazzarini, Benji Schwimmer, Sabra Johnson, Joshua Allen and Jeanine Mason, and that journey begins tonight with the first round of auditions.
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The cool and catchy con-job drama wends its way to its summer-season finale (which airs next week) with some good news: The series returns to conclude its second season this winter, and TNT has renewed the show for a third season. Nate and his mates will be busy, for sure, but they get busier tonight when they try to deliver comeuppance to a corrupt diamond merchant. But this ice-man job is jeopardized by a slipup, resulting in the team's efforts to bust through Boston's most impregnable vault.
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