Who Do You Think You Are?
Who Do You Think You Are?
History, travel, real-world drama and celeb profiles all intertwine when stars explore their family trees in this seven-part series co-executive produced by Lisa Kudrow. Adapted from a British documentary series, the show begins its ancestral odysseys with first subject Sarah Jessica Parker. The Emmy-winning Sex and the City actress charts her lineage in a journey of self-discovery that directs her to Northern California and then Salem, Mass.
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Friday Night Lights alum Scott Porter has been cast in the CW pilot Nomads, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
CW picks up Hayden Panettiere- and Tom Welling-produced pilots
The drama follows a group of...
The CW has ordered a pilot for an action-adventure drama from NUMB3RS' executive producer Ken Sanzel, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Titled Nomads, it centers on a group of financially strapped young backpackers who travel the world and make ends meet by agreeing to work secret missions for...
Smallville's two-hour movie "Absolute Justice" brought in the series' absolute best ratings all season, grabbing 2.8 million viewers Friday. The ratings were not only Smallville's best all season; it was also the CW's best Friday showing since September 2008. "Absolute Justice" also brought in the series' highest...
Comedian Margaret Cho guest stars as a teacher in a humorless situation. Cho plays Ned's occult-anthropology professor, who is being followed by a secret admirer. Sure, that happens occasionally to teachers...except that this admirer is dead.
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A cult sounds intuitively scary; a cult that can foretell disasters sounds scarier; and when a murder gets linked to a group called the Cult of Kali, it sounds even scarier. Magnus, Will and Kate set out for Mumbai, India, to investigate the slaying, but Will gets waylaid by a mysterious illness in the two-hour Season 2 finale.
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David Krumholtz and Rob Morrow, NUMB3RS
NUMB3RS' number may not be up just yet.
CBS reduces Numb3rs, increases order for NCIS, CSI and more
CBS president Nina Tassler said the decision to reduce the show's episode order is not a death sentence, and that both NUMB3RS and its Friday night lead-in, Medium, may return in the fall...
Jerry Bruckheimer's new medical drama, Miami Medical, will check in to CBS' schedule on Fridays, the network announced.
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The series, which focuses on a team of trauma surgeons, will premiere Apr. 2 at 10/9c, replacing ...
Borrowing from the parlance of Dollhouse itself, Fox has decided to send the Joss Whedon series to the attic after its 13-episode run is up...and the network is hastening its departure by doubling up episodes this month. Tonight, the back-to-back episodes feature former Whedon hand Summer Glau (River from Firefly and Serenity) as Topher's D.C. Dollhouse counterpart, whose link to Echo results in a shocking reunion. Before that, however, Echo is assigned to stop Sen. Perrin's Dollhouse quest.
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The episode total for Numb3rs has been scaled back — from 22 to 16, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
CBS reduced the crime drama's season order, first reported by The Hollywood Reporter, leaving uncertain...