Taraji P. Henson
It's a homecoming of sorts for Academy Award—nominated actress Taraji P. Henson (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button). Tonight at 9/8c, the actress returns to Lifetime, where she got her start as a police inspector on The Division, to star in Taken From Me: The Tiffany Rubin Story, a TV-movie based on the true story of a mother who sets out to rescue her 6-year-old son after he's abducted by his dad...
Hey, Facts of Life fans! There's a reunion (of sorts) happening in tonight's season finale of The Division (8 pm/PT on Lifetime). Series regular Nancy McKeon's former Facts costar Kim Fields guest stars! What's Tootie doing on Jo's turf?
"I play a high-school principal facing a severe element of Columbine-ism, if you will," Fields, 35, tells TV Guide Online. "Some misfit students end up going to an extreme and becoming violent. There's shooting, car explosions and a hostage situation. So it's very intense."
Fields even finds herself in some juicy danger. "I am a hostage," she chuckles. "I'm connected to a bomb, actually — it's strapped around my neck! And anybody who knows me knows the front of my neck — around my throat — is very, very sensitive and ticklish. So the idea of wardrobe people strapping something in that area for a few days was so unappealing."
Still, it's fair to assume that