Josh Holloway, Meghan Ory
"A Six Million Dollar Man for the modern age. Brain over brawn, although there's plenty of brawn to go around."
That's how executive producer Michael Seitzman sums up CBS' new drama Intelligence, which stars Lost alum Josh Holloway as Gabriel Vaughn, an intelligence asset with a chip implanted in his brain that allows him to access the World Wide Web. It makes Gabriel part man and part machine, which also makes him simultaneously America's best hope and worst nightmare; the machine side of him can access a wealth of data, but how he acts on that information is governed by his emotional human side...
A secret agent with a computer chip in his head may sound like a familiar premise, but CBS' new drama Intelligence is a far cry from Chuck.
Lost's Josh Holloway stars as Gabriel Black, a man whose computer chip allows him to access every piece of information on the internet through a program called Clockwork. If that doesn't sound nearly as cool as Chuck Bartowski being able to do kung-fu with the Intersect 2.0, that's because Gabriel doesn't need those skills — he's already a badass on his own. His "powers" include being able to render a 3D version of a crime scene so he can walk through it, and also get a fact sheet on his enemies so he can exploit their weaknesses. And you better hope your compound isn't controlled by electronic doors, because it'll be far too easy for him to escape.
Lee Majors, Gary Sinise
CSI: NY is about to call on the Six Million Dollar Man for help.
Lee Majors, the veteran actor best known for his memorable role as Steve Austin on ABC's The Six Million Dollar Man, will guest-star on an upcoming episode of the CBS drama, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Majors will play Burton, a detective who worked a case in 1957 that soon went cold. When an alarmingly similar case pops up in present day, Mac ...
Lee Majors, Shirley Jones
Raising Hope has cast two TV legends to play the parents of Burt (Garret Dillahunt), TVLine reports.
The Six Million Dollar Man himself, Lee Majors, will play Burt's dad and...
Lee Majors will appear on $#*! My Dad Says, William Shatner announced Tuesday on Twitter.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the 1970s TV star will play an arrogant millionaire who competes against Ed (Shatner) for Rosemary (Jean Smart). The episode will air Feb. 3.
Jaime Sommers fans should mark their calendars for the October 19 release of The Bionic Woman on DVD. This eagerly anticipated title, which was delayed for years due to rights issues associated with the original Six Million Dollar Man novel, Cyborg, from which both the 1970's The Six Million Dollar Man and The Bionic Woman television series were based, will include all of the first season episodes starring Lindsay Wagner as the Bionic Jaime Sommers.
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Lee Majors has got game. Quite literally. The Six Million Dollar Man has been drafted as the new coach of the Sabers football team on the CW's The Game. Insiders report that Majors has at least a three-episode arc that will start Oct. 1. His character will really shake things up for the team during a season that will see one star player turn to steroids and another get caught up in a media controversy. In other Game news, Greek's Scott Michael Foster will pop in on Oct. 22 as Kelly's slacker little brother who comes to couch it at her place after being released from rehab. Reporting by Rochell D. ThomasMore TVGuide.com casting news: Exclusive: Sopranos' Edie Falco Gets a Piece of 30 Rock, Exclusive Friday Night Lights, Trace Casting Scoops, Exclusive: AS-P Casts a VIP on Jezebel James, CBS' Randy Men Woo ER's Wen, Janeane Garofalo
OK, now this sounds funny: Per the Hollywood Reporter, in the Fox pilot Me & Lee?, Jamie Kennedy will play a guy whose aches and pains are are cured when he undergoes "bionic" back surgery in the basement of Six Million Dollar Man star Lee Majors' Bev Hills mansion. According to the plot, Farrah's ex who'll play himself built a secret lab down there after his series work left him fixated on bionics. In other casting news, Tom Wilkinson and David Morse have been added to the ensemble cast of HBO's John Adams miniseries, in which Paul Giamatti plays the second U.S. prez. Wilkinson will play ol' Ben Franklin; Morse, George Washington.