Jimmy Smits, Jimmy Johnson
The new Wednesday TV schedule is still a week or two away from taking its final fall shape, but there's plenty to talk about regarding tonight's lineup. A number of reality competition shows are taking a final bow — America's Got Talent, Big Brother, MasterChef and classic Top Chef — but let's discuss the new.
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Big Brother 12
One of the final three houseguests — Enzo, Hayden, Lane — will be crowned the Big Brother champion tonight and awarded the $500,000 grand prize. But first Hayden and Lane will square off to determine which one will become the season's final Head of Household, who will then send one of the other two Brigade members packing. The last two standing will face the jury for questioning before the deciding votes are cast.
Read on for previews of Survivor: Nicaragua, America's Got Talent, MasterChef, Dark Blue, Outlaw and Ultimate Fighter: Team GSP vs. Team Koscheck.
Outlaw, NBC's new series, may have the foundations of a legal drama, but star Jimmy Smits says it is not a procedural show that is just about the cases: It's about the team.
"When audiences know who those characters are, they want to see how those characters are going to react in a particular situation... and we want to go along with the ride in terms of what they do. In this case, they're lawyers," Smits tells TVGuide.com.
No joke. Funny guy Jay Mohr (Gary Unmarried, Ghost Whisperer) is taking on a very serious role on NBC's new legal drama, Outlaw. In the fourth episode, Jay will face off against series star Jimmy Smits' man of the people, Cyrus Garza, in a case involving a mother who leaves her baby locked in a car, resulting in the unfortunate tot's demise...
There's event TV, and then there's NBC's The Event. Which had better be eventful, for NBC's sake.
You can tell a lot about a network's hope for a show from the way it's launched during the TCA press tour. For NBC, once again in a "rebuilding" year (as the execs put it) after last year's prime-time Jay Leno debacle, the highest expectations are pinned on ...
Jimmy Smits, Peter Krause
NBC is bumping up the premiere dates of several of its shows, including returning sophomore hit Parenthood and the Jimmy Smits-fronted legal drama Outlaw, the network announced Friday.
NBC will kick off its fall premiere week with Chuck and two new series, The Event and Chase, the network announced Thursday.
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Chuck's fourth season will debut on ...