If C. Thomas Howell's recent MIA status frustrates those who've had to rely on the USA network to air such memorable '80s fare as The Outsiders, Red Dawn and Soul Man, fear not. The drought has ended. During tonight's two-hour 24 "event" (starting at 8 pm/ET), the former Greaser makes his first of a handful of appearances as Barry Landes, a therapist whose ties to Jack Bauer are, shall we say, "complicated." As a result of this casting coup, longtime fans can finally allow their obsession to continue into the 21st century. As TVGuide.com uncovered in our interview with Howell, there's a lot more to him than what all those "Stay gold, Pony!" lobbyists would like us to believe. For starters, he
Question: I have been racking my brain for the name of this show, and for the life of me I can't seem to recall it. It was about vampires. If I remember correctly, it was on Thursday nights or Tuesday nights back in 1997. I don't think it ran for more than one season, if that long. I want to say it was called The Kindred, but I am not sure. If you could let me know if this is right and how to get hold of a copy of it, I would greatly appreciate it.
Answer: You rack rather well, Terrie-Lynn. Much of what you came up with is on the money, or at least close enough to salvage some pride points, though I must say fans of the series would've been a lot happier had it indeed lasted an entire season.
Kindred: The Embraced actually ran on Fox's schedule for an entire month in 1996. Based on the popular Vampire: The Masquerade role-playing game, it starr