Former 24 star Annie Wersching will guest-star in an upcoming episode of Hawaii Five-0, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Wersching will play Samantha Martel, the sister of a murder victim whose death Five-0 is investigating. Described as agitated, frantic and defensive, Wersching's character eventually becomes a suspect when McGarrett (Alex O'Loughlin) & Co. discover that her brother had recently fired her from his high-end restaurant. Is revenge a dish best served cold ... and bloody?
Besides her role as FBI Special Agent Renee Walker on the final two seasons of 24, Wersching ...
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Anthony Michael Hall was booked on charges of disturbing the peace Monday after an altercation with a neighbor at his Los Angeles condo complex, The Los Angeles Times reports.
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There will be a new face at the Jeffersonian Institute on Bones this season.
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No Ordinary Family and Gossip Girl star Luke Kleintank has been cast in the potentially recurring role of young genius Finn Abernathy, TVGuide.com has learned. Described as brilliant, sweet and a bit rough around the edges, Finn earned his college degree at 16. However, his braininess is balanced with redneck charm. (Think Doogie Howser with Larry the Cable Guy's accent.)
As we first reported, Cam (Tamara Taylor) happily welcomes Finn and his smarts to the Jeffersonian, but Caroline (Patricia Belcher) is concerned about ...
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The networks are still holding out for a superhero. While comic-book films Thor, X-Men: First Class and Green Lantern all hit No. 1 at the box office recently (with mixed staying power), TV has been slower to cultivate a new generation of caped crusaders.
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Glee's writing staff is tripling in size just in time for Season 3, Deadline reports.
The six writers joining the team are Allison Adler, Marti Noxon, Michael Hitchcock, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, Matt Hodgson and Ross Maxwell. They, along with Glee executive producers Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan, will begin crafting...
Lost's Rebecca Mader has been found.
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This time of year can be brutal for TV fans. In the next few weeks, a number of shows will be canceled to make room for the bright and shiny new series that the networks believe will give them the best competitive edge in the fall. The reality is that for every Outsourced or No Ordinary Family sent to the TV graveyard with little to no fuss, there's a handful of beloved shows that we're not ready to part with just yet. Behold, here are the nine shows we're desperately hoping the execs will give one more chance...
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Will Chuck's luck finally run out? Is Season 8 the end of the road for One Tree Hill? Does Outsourced have a prayer for renewal? Just a few weeks remain before the networks decide which shows will and won't be back this fall. Are your favorites on the chopping block, or can you breathe an early sigh of relief? We offer an analysis of what's to come, so you can brace yourselves (looking at you No Ordinary Family fans, wherever you are) if things aren't looking so hot.
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The Good News: Despite negative critical response, the show debuted to 12.5 million viewers and held about 80 percent of The Big Bang Theory's audience.
The Bad News: In what is rarely a good sign, the show wrapped up its freshman season in a hurry in February to make room for new comedy (and fellow bubble show) Mad Love. Its final episode...