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I can't wait for Elementary to return. What's the status of Sherlock and Joan's relationship in the new season? — Katrina
I'm going to guess "not great" based on this piece of intel: I hear the show is planning to cast the major recurring role of...
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Question: Let's talk 24: Live Another Day. What are your thoughts on the season so far? I have to say, I'm loving it! The two-hour opener wasn't the best, and I'm not thrilled about the Chloe with the dragon tattoo, but it's been getting progressively better each week, and it's starting to feel like the 24 that I used to love (i.e., up to Season 5.) By the end of the original series, they had lost what made it great: the intriguing peripheral characters, politics and side-stories, and completely focused on indestructible Jack and his band of disposable supporting players. But this season he's found a worthy sidekick in Kate, we have all the drama around Heller and his team, the Russians lurking in the background, and I'm really digging where they're going with the hipster CIA tech. (Could we have a new Chloe on our hands?)
Showtime's Ray Donovan returns for Season 2 on Sunday, July 13 at 9/8c, and it looks like Ray has a whole lot of things that still need fixing...
Showtime's Masters of Sex is moving to the summer.
The drama, which stars Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan as real-life sex researchers Bill Masters and Virginia Johnson and aired in the fall last year, will return Sunday, July 13 at 10/9c, following the Season 2 premiere of Ray Donovan.
Emmy-winning actress Ann-Margret will recur on Season 2 of Ray Donovan, Showtime announced on Monday.
Ann-Margret will play June Wilson, a major star back in her day who has a past with Ezra Goldman (Elliott Gould), the boss of Ray (Liev Schreiber).