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Michael Vartan has signed on to Bates Motel for Season 2, TVLine reports. The Alias alum will play George, a recently-divorced man who takes a liking to Norma.
Is Annie about to get tangled with the KGB on Covert Affairs? She will certainly have her hands full in Season 3 in the form of Simon Fischer, who will be played by Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time's Richard Coyle, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.Covert Affairs Exclusive: Hung's Rebecca Creskoff to play Annie's new mentorCoyle will make his debut in the season premiere as Simon, a Cambridge-educated ...
Move over, Joan! Annie's got a new mentor.Hung's Rebecca Creskoff has been cast to recur as Lena Smith, a new mentor and confidant for Annie (Piper Perabo), on Covert Affairs, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.Covert Affairs bosses on "bittersweet" finale and what's next for Annie and AuggieA legendary CIA operative with ...
No, it wasn't an April Fool's curtain-raiser. Watching the "very special" musical episode of Grey's Anatomy, I was reminded of the even more "very special" live episode of ER back at its height in 1997. My reaction now is as it was then: Take a bow, everyone, and promise never to do it again. The episode itself, a classic Grey's multi-hankie trauma-rama, would have worked just as well (if not better) without the distracting gimmick, dramatizing the frenzied aftermath of pregnant Callie's grievous car injury and coma as the staff of "Seattle Grace Mercy Death" (Alex's inspired new nickname) scrambles and argues at length, and sometimes in song, about how to save her and the baby, which is delivered alarmingly premature — and thankfully does not burst into an aria...
To hear Timothy Olyphant tell it, playing speak-softly-and-carry-a-big-Glock Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens on Justified is like shooting fish in a proverbial barrel. "I hesitate to say this, but I find the acting to be a piece of cake," he confesses. "Good writing is always pretty easy to do. Bad writing is hard to act, hard to memorize, hard to figure out what the f--- you're doing. When it's well written, it gives you a lot of room to play." It's clear to the nearly four million Oly-fans who tune in to FX's adaptation of crime-novel mastermind Elmore Leonard's work each week that everybody involved is having a blast. "Elmore doesn't know how to write anything that's not cool," Olyphant raves of the Get Shorty/Be Cool/Out of Sight author. "When it really cooks, it's just a great job."