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Question: I don't understand why more people are not watching Fringe. I admit Season 1 was a bit rocky, but Season 2 was great, and so far this season has been the best, in my opinion. It's the only show that seems to fill The X-Files void for me. Last Friday's "LSD" episode was brilliant. I still crack up every time I picture the "How wonderful!" thought bubble above cartoon Walter. And how hilarious was tripping Broyles? He's the only character I've never liked on the show, because he's so rigid, but it was nice to see him loosen up a bit. Too bad it took a bad trip of LSD to do it. Anyway, I know it was renewed for a fourth season despite the poor ratings, but do you think that will be the end? I mean, how can they afford to keep such a low-rated show around?
Claire Forlani has booked a recurring role on NCIS: Los Angeles as the team's new operations manager, a show rep confirms.
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Body Of Proof
Body of Proof lost more than 20 percent of its premiere audience in its second week; 11.07 million watched the third episode Tuesday. (Sunday's special episode attracted 8.44 million post-Desperate Housewives viewers.)
Body of Proof proved itself to be a winner, becoming the second most-watched premiere of the 2010-11 network TV season. It also was ABC's biggest midseason premiere of a drama in four years, and more than doubled the network's usual performance in the time slot.
Alex O'Loughlin, Marcia Cross, David Boreanaz
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When will Bones wrap up the serial killer story arc? — Jeff
ADAM: Executive producer Stephen Nathan promises that the hunt for Jacob Broadsky will be resolved in this season's penultimate episode. Helping (or hurting?) Booth and Brennan will be a female twentysomething special agent whose inexperience ultimately puts Booth directly in Broadsky's crosshairs.
Can you tell us anything about Bree's new love interest on Desperate Housewives? —Regina
NATALIE: Love interest might be too strong a word for now. We know that Jonathan Cake plays a cop, but like all cops, he's always...
Tuesday's NCIS: Los Angeles may prove once and for all just how much agents Kensi Blye and Marty Deeks really care about each other.
When a secure facility housing sensitive materials on a Marine base is compromised, Kensi (Daniela Ruah) must go undercover to get close to Stanley King (guest star Victor Webster), a world-class thief suspected of several high-end heists. Kensi has to gain King's trust by any means necessary, which isn't good news for Kensi's partner Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen).
Simon Baker, Jeff Probst
CBS revealed its finale dates Monday, including two-hour season enders for The Mentalist and the reality competition series Survivor and The Amazing Race.
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Cameron Monaghan, Michael Weatherly and Mark Harmon
If it's Tuesday night, it must mean another sweep for CBS. NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles and The Good Wife were back with new episodes, considerably boosting the size of their audiences compared with recent reruns.
NCIS: Los Angeles
Go behind the scenes with TV Guide Magazine's explosive photo shoot with the stars of NCIS: Los Angeles, Chris O'Donnell and LL Cool J! In our exclusive interview, the guys discuss the show's success, the dangerous stunts and their favorite TV shows. Check out the smokin' hot video below!
It was yet another week of reruns for NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles and The Good Wife on CBS — and yet another week they all won their time slots, albeit with much smaller audiences.