Rosa Blasi, Andie MacDowell
Strong Medicine alum Rosa Blasi has joined Fox's Lone Star, a show rep told TVGuide.com.
Blasi will play Blake, the trophy wife of Trammell ...
The Game's Tia Mowry and her sister, Tamera (Strong Medicine) are teaming up yet again as the stars and executive producers of the Lifetime Movie Network's Double Wedding.
In the TV movie, (premiering Sunday at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT) the twin sisters search for dates to their grandparents' recommitment wedding. Alas, they wind up unintentionally dating the same man, who thinks they are the same person. Eventually they figure it all out, forcing their suitor to choose between them.
Check out what the Sister, Sister stars had to say about the movie they created and find out why the girls say working together is like a "slumber party."
Watch the video after the jump.
Three weeks ago (when the last new episode aired), I briefly whined: "When oh, when will we get to see Monique in flashbacks again?" So you know I was screaming with joy when I got my wish tonight! Not only did Monique (Kathleen York) reappear in a flashback, but we also got so many answers, as did Mike Delfino, all thanks to his hypnotherapist (Miriam Flynn). So Mike didn't kill Monique Orson framed Mike by giving Mike his wrench back the wrench that had Moniques blood on it. Now we know why Mike's phone number was written on Monique's hand. We also know that Mike never dated Monique: "I'm flattered, but I'm seeing somebody." Monique: "Me, too, but he's married and I'm drunk." I do wonder what Orson told Bree when he "confessed" and told her "the truth." He said she was upset, but apparently not too upset, since she was still living with him before the ladder accident. As usual, we got some answers but were still left with further questions. Like, why would Glor...
The CW network has gotten serious about its Flirt, picking up the sitcom that casts Wayne Brady as a women's magazine's only male employee — or, for short, rare beef.... L.A. Law alum Susan Ruttan is returning to series TV — or at least trying to. She's going to work on NBC's untitled comedy about a couple of brothers boarding together. She will not be playing either man.... A role is being developed for America's Next Top Model diva Eva Pigford on Fox's proposed The Wedding Album drama, which stars Nip/Tuck's Bruno Campos. Sixties babe Connie Stevens has also come aboard.... Strong Medicine's Rosa Blasi has affixed herself to NBC's Inseparable pilot starring Christine Baranski and Ed O'Neill.
Question: How about a Kathryn Morris interview featuring some Cold Case scoop?
Answer: Done and done. At CBS' press-tour party, Ms. Morris confided that the old flame of Lilly's who was hinted at in the Jan. 8 episode will soon show up in the flesh and look a lot like Strong Medicine's Brennan Elliot. "You're going to see a different side to Lilly that you didn't expect," she said. Also, in Episode 16, Lilly will face off against a serial killer who "knows a lot about the George thing." I'm gonna take a leap of faith here and assume you Cold Casers know who this George fella is. If so, please share with the rest of us.
Lifetime has opted not to renew Strong Medicine for a seventh season. The medical drama is currently in the middle of its sixth season.
Rick Schroder had never worked as a doctor before taking on his role as foxy physician Dylan West on Lifetime's Strong Medicine (Sundays at 9 pm/ET), but the former child star did have some medical experience. After all, he's spent his entire career causing temperatures to rise.
"I'll never forget how my sister and I would kiss the TV screen when Rick would come on in Silver Spoons," says his Medicine costar Rosa Blasi. "I told Rick that story when we met, and I think it made him really embarrassed."
While the 35-year-old actor's teen-dream past does bring back some self-conscious memories — "I was uncomfortable at that time because I got acne and my voice was changing," he says modestly — Schroder admits to being pleased that his new role has injected some sex appeal into Medicine's sixth season. "There is nothing wrong with being the hot new doc," he says. "It's so much better than the alternative — the fru