Without A Trace

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Numb3rs' David Krumholtz Gets Married

David Krumholtz, Vanessa Britting

Numb3rs star David Krumholtz and actress Vanessa Britting have gotten married, according to People.

CBS cancels seven series, including Ghost Whisperer, Numb3rs and Cold Case

The couple, who were engaged in July 2008 in Paris, had a non-denominational ceremony in front of 180 guests Saturday at New York's Plaza Hotel.

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Buffy's James Marsters Gets Engaged

James Marsters

Former Buffy the Vampire Slayer star James Marsters is engaged, People reports.

The 47-year-old recently popped the question to girlfriend Patricia... read more

ER Vet McCrane on Directing Miami Medical: I Avoided the Helicopters

Miami Medical

While directing Friday's episode of Miami Medical, former ER star Paul McCrane made sure of one thing.

 "There are helicopters in Miami Medical," McCrane says with a laugh, "but fortunately I stayed far away."

Check out photos of the Miami Medical cast

McCrane, of course, played ER's Dr. Robert Romano, who lost his arm when he backed into the tail rotor blade of a chopper. One season later, McCrane's character was killed off when another helicopter crashed in the ambulance bay, crushing him.
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Grey's Doc Moves Off the Map

Jason George

Bailey really can't catch a break when it comes to love.

Jason George, who plays Bailey's recurring love interest on Grey's Anatomy, has joined the cast of the new Shonda Rhimes-produced pilot Off the Map.

Caroline Dhavernas snags lead in Off the Map

George will play ... read more

Without a Trace's Eric Close to Cause a Little Chaos

Eric Close

Former Without a Trace star Eric Close has joined the cast of the CBS pilot Chaos, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Check out photos of Eric Close

Chaos
is an hourlong procedural about a group of rogue CIA operatives who battle bureaucratic gridlock and political infighting. Close will play one of the agents... read more

Caroline Dhavernas Snags Lead in Off the Map

Caroline Dhavernas

Wonderfalls' Caroline Dhavernas has been cast as one of the three leads in Off the Map, Shonda Rhimes' new medical pilot for ABC.

Dhavernas, 31, will play... read more

Poppy Montgomery First to Be Colored True Blue

Poppy Montgomery

Without a Trace alum Poppy Montgomery is the first to nab a role in the ABC pilot True Blue.

The drama revolves around six former best friends who rose through the ranks at the San Francisco Police Department and reunite to solve the murder of one of their own. Past rivalries and old flames pop up, however.

Forgotten and Raising the Bar stars join ABC drama

Montgomery will play ... read more

Mega Buzz on House, SVU, Reaper, True Blood and More!

Hugh Laurie (House), Christopher Meloni (Law & Order: SVU) and Bret Harrison (Reaper)

Every week, senior editors Matt Webb Mitovich, Mickey O'Connor and Tim Molloy satisfy your need for TV scoop. Please send all questions to mega_scoop@tvguide.com.

I have to wonder if the psych hospital in the House finale was also a hallucination.  It was pretty strange how the street and parking lots were empty.  And it looked like he was going to one of those hospitals from the 1940s. — RSmith
MATT: How Vanilla Sky! But nope, sources assure me that House's rehab stint is the real deal. And that hospital's more retro than you think. Greystone Park State Hospital (in Morristown, N.J.) made its debut in 1876 as the not-so-subtly named New Jersey State Lunatic Asylum. The hospital has tended to such patients as singer-songwriter Woody Guthrie, and until the Pentagon was built, it boasted the largest foundation (674,000 sq. feet) of any structure in the U.S. I'd try to book a TVGuide.com Q&A with the building, but fear I'd be stonewalled. 

Now that Reiko Aylesworth has been dropped from ABC's The Forgotten, could SVU bring back her ADA character, Erica Alden, from Season 1? —Walt
MICKEY: It's an interesting idea, but a very well-informed source tells me that Aylesworth will ... read more

Mega Buzz on Chuck, Gossip Girl, Without a Trace, True Blood and More!

Yvonne Strahovski (Chuck), Leighton Meester (Gossip Girl) and Anthony LaPaglia (Without a Trace)

Every week, senior editors Matt Webb Mitovich, Mickey O'Connor and Tim Molloy satisfy your need for TV scoop. Please send all questions to mega_scoop@tvguide.com.

Chuck deserves a whole season, not just 13 episodes. Any chance of more? Darryl
MATT: Actually, yes. NBC entertainment president Ben Silverman says that while the current plan is to deliver 13 midseason episodes, depending on the ratings, "we may extend it out and continue it through the summer," where he thinks it could pair nicely with Friday Night Lights. "We're looking to ... keep [Chuck] incredibly viral and buzz-worthy until it returns, and then hopefully have it on our air for many years to come." That'd be Awesome. And even more so? I chatted up Scott Bakula at TNT's upfronts luncheon, and he's game for more Chuck, if need be.

Any scoop on Gossip Girl's Season 3? — F.R.
MICKEY: Speaking with TVGuide.com at the CW upfronts, Leighton Meester seemed to confirm that Georgina's plan to ... read more

Ratings: Did Glee Sing? Plus: NCIS and Other Finales

Glee

Tuesday's tallies:

8 pm/ET
American Idol's final Season 8 sing-off delivered 23/07 million total viewers, up 6 percent week-to-week. NCIS' season-ender (poor Ziva...) netted 16.09 mil, up 210K.  Reaper's likely penultimate episode drew 1.79 mil, down 200 thou.

9 pm
The Dancing with the Stars finale tangoed with 20.12 million viewers, on par with the show's year-ago disco ball hand-out. The Mentalist concluded its freshman run with 16.84 mil, up 720K.

Fox's Glee debuted to 10.75 mil 1 and needs to resume its first season, like, yesterday! Fox notes that Glee was Tuesday night's No. 1 Twitter topic, while New Directions' version of "Don't Stop Believin" emerged as the No. 2 most downloaded song on iTunes.                       

90210's school year came to a close with an audience of 2.09 mil. 

10 pm
Lagging far behind DWTS, Without a Trace bowed out — for good — before a crowd of 11.32 mil, dropping 16 percent week-to-week.  

 

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Premise: An FBI Missing Persons Unit in Manhattan races the clock to crack cases by learning as much as possible about people who may have been kidnapped or killed, taken their own lives or simply wanted to disappear. A photo of an actual missing individual is shown at the end of each episode with instructions for viewers to contact a local FBI office with information on the person's whereabouts. Solidly written and performed, the series successfully challenged the Thursday-night dominance of 'ER.'

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