Tom Skerritt, Bailey Chase
Tom Skerritt and Bailey Chase are set to guest-star on Season 3 of White Collar, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Skerritt, 77, will play Alan Mitchell, the discerning dad of Elizabeth...
Piper Perabo, Santiago Cabrera
They may play super-secret CIA agents on TV, but when the cast of Covert Affairs came to Comic-Con for the first time on Thursday, they let more than a few pieces of intel slip. Why is Annie's (Piper Perabo) love life about to get "crowded?" (And, more importantly, with whom?) What does Jai (Sendhil Ramamurthy) have up his sleeve? And, most pressing, what does Anne Dudek want to do with Christopher Gorham's abs? Read on for scoop on Season 2...
Escapism is USA Network's specialty, especially in the busy summer season, and rarely achieved more effortlessly than in the appealing Tuesday night combo of White Collar and Covert Affairs. Tonight's unusually ambitious Affairs episode (10/9c) is a great escape for several reasons. It takes us far away, to exotic Istanbul — filmed on location (not exactly an everyday occurrence on a basic-cable budget), and having just returned from that region a week ago, I assure you it's as fabulous as it looks here — and as an added bonus, we're in very good company, because the story focuses on the show's not-so-secret weapon, scene-stealer Christopher Gorham's affable blind CIA agent Auggie Anderson...
Our top moments of the week:
13. The Show Must Go On Award: There's no such thing as an injured reserve list on America's Got Talent. After Lucia of LD Dance performs with a sprained ankle, hip-hop troupe Fatally Unique's status is put into question when one of its dancers is forebodingly taken to the hospital on a stretcher following a collapsing pyramid during rehearsals. (Let's not forget the small pool of blood on the stage either.) She returns with a busted lip and a fractured nose and powers through the routine — and the pyramid trick — earning the group a trip to...
Just weeks after unveiling the brand-spanking-new main titles on White Collar, USA Network will allow fans to determine whether it will stay or go, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Beginning Friday, July 8, fans will be able to vote on whether to keep the new titles or revert back to the original sequence through www.characterchatter.com. Polling will close on...
NBC's Are You There Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea is going through a major cast overhaul.
The series, based on Chelsea Handler's best-selling memoir of the same name, has dropped three actors: White Collar's Natalie Morales, ER's Angel Laketa Moore and Chelsea Lately regular Jo Koy, TVLine.com reports. Each of the characters is expected to be...
Our top moments of the week:
15. Most Nauseating Puppy Love: Platinum Hit's lovebird hipsters Johnny and Jes get all warm and fuzzy when they learn their challenge is to write about love — you know, that crazy thing that makes people weak in the knees and apparently abuse the English language. "Not surprisingly, a lot of Jes on my mind," Johnny tells the camera. "And I think...
Beau Bridges, Tim Dekay
Beau Bridges will appear on an upcoming episode of White Collar as Peter's mentor, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Bridges, 69, will play Agent Kramer, a well-decorated federal officer and art expert who instructed Peter (Tim DeKay) when he trained at Quantico. Kramer has been Peter's mentor ever since, and...
"Baby, lock them doors and turn the lights down low." Surprisingly, those lyrics were not coming from the lips of American Idol winner Scotty McCreery, but from White Collar star Matt Bomer. At a White Collar screening and Q&A held Monday at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, he and fellow cast members Tim DeKay and Willie Garson sang, revealed what they're hiding underneath those sharp suits (Spanx for Garson, he joked) and gave plenty of juicy intel for what's coming up on the crime series' third season.
5 reasons we're already hooked on the new season of White Collar
Is a musical episode on the way? The White Collar cast is known to break out into "song bombs" on the set (favorite tunes include "Purple Rain," "Total Eclipse of the Heart" and the Folgers coffee jingle), so does that mean a musical episode...
Mary Murphy, Nigel Lythgoe, Cat Deeley
A few quick thoughts on a week when, in my neck of the woods, it was too hot to do much of anything but stay in and watch TV. Under normal circumstances, a dip in a pool would be just the thing, but leave it to America's Got Sideshow Talent to ruin even that image. Metaphor of the week: a 50-year-old daredevil taking a high dive into a shallow kids' pool. That's Talent in a nutshell: Shallow and all wet. And yet popular, in the greasy junky way of the onion blossom booth at the county fair...