Victor Webster and Daniela Ruah, NCIS: Los Angeles
Former Charmed and Melrose Place star Victor Webster is set to guest-star on an upcoming episode of NCIS: Los Angeles, and as you can see in this exclusive first look, he might just throw a wrench into the bubbling chemistry between Kensi and Deeks.
Check out photos of the NCIS: Los Angeles cast
Webster plays Stanley King, a world-class thief suspected of several high-end heists. He lands on NCIS' radar after a secure facility housing sensitive materials on a Marine base is compromised. In order to get close enough to keep an eye on King, Kensi (Daniela Ruah) must work alongside him as a savvy thief...
Precious was the belle of the ball at the 41st Annual NAACP Image Awards Friday, grabbing six trophies.
The film, also nominated for six Academy Awards, snagged best film, best independent film, best director for Lee Daniels, best writing, best supporting actress for Mo'Nique, and...
Matt Dallas, Kyle XY
Please cover your belly button with your hand and join me in a moment of silence for Kyle XY.
As one in a flurry of scheduling decisions, ABC Family has decided to cut the cord on Kyle XY after this, its recently premiered third season.
The news is better for Greek and Lincoln Heights, which were picked up for third and fourth seasons, respectively, says the Hollywood Reporter. Greek resumes its sophomore run on March 30.
To fill (and then some) the void that will be left by Kyle XY, ABC Family gave 10-episode orders to three new series ...
Marcia Cross, Summer Glau and Kyra Sedgwick
I'd love it if you could give a "hint" as to whom on Wisteria Lane Desperate Housewives' Dave Williams has a vendetta against? - Barbara
Matt: Hint, coincidence or sloppy character-naming? You decide. George-the-nutty-pharmacist's last name was Williams.
I need scoop about what is going on with Cameron on Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles and Sookie on True Blood. - Sarah
Matt: Tackling Terminator first, are you ready for some girl-on-girl action? Because the Oct. 20 episode finds Cameron slugging it out with another fierce fembot - all within the confines of an elevator. I need a cigarette already.
Mickey: I'm going to give you a non-spoiler spoiler about True Blood. I accidentally found out who the serial killer is the other day, and it kind of broke my heart. (Hint: It's one of the "good" guys.)
Have anything juicy on Gossip Girl? - Kate
Mickey: Remember how Nate and his mom helped The Captain escape prosecution? Well, I'm hearing that Mr. Archibald (Sam Robards) will reward their loyalty by… double-crossing them! Which is pretty crummy considering Nate almost became a manwhore to fix the family's money problems. Thanks, Dad!
Question: Thanks for finally adding the Black TV shows to the Strike Chart! Now I have another Black TV question: Is ABC Family bring Lincoln Heights back for a third season?
Answer: Whoa, let's not go crazy here. Martin Luther King didn't turn things around overnight. Change takes time.
Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip box art courtesy Warner Home Video
Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip arrives on DVD Oct. 16 in a six-disc, 22-episode set.... Tonight's the night that ABC's 20/20 sticks its nose in Dateline: To Catch a Predator's business. The sucker punches start at 10 pm/ET.... Marlo Thomas will guest on Ugly Betty this fall as a jewelry company owner with a "thing" for younger men namely, Daniel.... ABC Family's Lincoln Heights set a series high with its Tuesday Season 2 premiere, drawing 1.6 million total viewers. That's a 14 percent increase over the show's January launch.... EchoStar's Dish Network has agreed to host the Big Ten Network, and just in time for this weekend's college football games, says TV Week.
Matt Dallas by Michael Courtney/ABC Family
ABC Family has unveiled its summer and fall schedule, which includes returning tween favorites Kyle XY (premieres Monday, June 11) and Wildfire (January), a pair of new series, the college-set ensemble comedy Greek (July) and the animated Slacker Cats (August), and Tom Bergeron hosted episodes of America's Funniest Home Videos (which are much better than those lame Bob Saget ones). In conjunction with Greek, the channel will launch virtualrush.com next month, yet another social networking site to help you fritter away your workday. Kyle XY also offers an interactive component at KyleXY.com, including exclusive videos, online games and clues to the show's myriad mysteries, like why the title character lacks a navel. It's like so incredibly grody. Inner-city drama Lincoln Heights (September) and the heavenly Fallen (August 3-5) are also back. Raven Snook
Russell Hornsby, Lincoln Heights
Russell Hornsby is all over the map. He's making movies, shooting a TV drama — ABC Family's Lincoln Heights, which airs a new episode tonight at 7 pm/ET — and he's currently gracing the New York stage in an August Wilson play that he's very passionate about. Luckily, Hornsby found some downtime to talk to TVGuide.com about the characters he's been channeling and who he draws inspiration from.
TVGuide.com: I watched the new episode of Lincoln Heights, "House Arrest," and I have to say it's not what I expected. The show really balances your character's cop life and home life, and that separates it from a lot of other crime dramas.Russell Hornsby: I really have to tip my hat to the executive producers and of course the creators, Seth Freeman,
Lost co-exec producers Eddy Kitsis and Adam Horowitz have sealed a mid-seven-figure deal to stay with ABC through 2010. In addition to continuing on with the island drama, the Associated Press reports that the millionaires will also develop new projects.... Per Variety, ABC Family has renewed Lincoln Heights for a 10-episode second season, and put into production Greek, about a bookworm who goes wild in college.... The Disney Channel has ordered a second season of its kiddie show Johnny & the Sprites, starring former Avenue Q resident John Tartaglia.