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CBS Has a Full Plate for the 2014-15 Season

Posted by monique On March - 14 - 2014 0 Comment
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CBS is looking to dominate the airwaves again in the 2014-2015 season with its renewals and pilots. The network has announced early renewals for a colossal 18 series after picking up “The Big Bang Theory” for a three season renewal. The network also renewed “Survivor.” According to The Hollywood Reporter, CBS’s 20-show slate includes comedies “2 Broke Girls,” “Mike & Molly,” and “Two and a Half Men,” as well as new comedies “The Millers” and “Mom.” As for dramas, CBS has renewed “NCIS,” “NCIS: Los Angeles,” “Person of Interest,” “CSI,” “Hawaii Five-0,” “Blue Bloods,” “Criminal Minds,” “Elementary” and “The Good Wife.” Reality TV wasn’t left out of the renewal fever.  [ Read More ]

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Rachel Nichols is an actress, a former model, a sports fan, a foodie, a frequent traveler and an avid Twitterer. She is not, however, a reporter for ESPN given to undue amounts of hand gesticulations while talking. Well… that’s Rachel Nichols, too, actually. But a different one. The real Rachel Nichols — genuinely easygoing, and possessing of a developed personality of someone much uglier — is more apt to have names for her hands. Her latest project is the independent-minded “A Bird of the Air,” in which she plays a free-spirited librarian, Fiona, who upends the life of a solitary loner, Lyman (Jackson Hurst), when she takes it upon herself to help him track  [ Read More ]

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Paget Brewster Returning to Criminal Minds

Posted by Karen Benardello On May - 29 - 2011 0 Comment

Paget Brewster will reprise her role of Supervisory Special Agent Emily Prentiss for the upcoming seventh season of ‘Criminal Minds,’ Deadline is reporting. Emily, who replaced actress Lola Glaudini’s Elle Greenaway in the second season, reportedly died this year. She was replaced by new series regular FBI Cadet Agent-turned-Special Agent Ashley Seaver, played by Rachel Nichols. As a result, the ‘Conan the Barbarian’ star won’t be returning to the police procedural show next season. The news comes after CBS and ‘Criminal Minds’ producer ABC Studios made a deal with Brewster to appear in fewer episodes during the sixth season. As compensation, Brewster was able to shoot the pilot for the  [ Read More ]

Categories: TELEVISION NEWS

‘Criminal Minds’ actress Paget Brewster has signed on to play the female lead in NBC’s new pilot ‘My Life as an Experiment,’ www.tvline.com is reporting. The comedy series, which is being produced by Jack Black, follows magazine journalist A.J. Wilder, set to be played by comedian Jon Dore. The show will also follow how his career affects his personal life. Brewster has signed onto play A.J.’s lawyer wife Stacie. The news of Brewster’s new role on the series, which is based on the best-selling book Guinea Pig Diaries: My Life as an Experiment by journalist A.J. Jacobs, comes after ‘Criminal Minds’ producers reduced her role on the current sixth season  [ Read More ]

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A.J. Cook to Return to Criminal Minds

Posted by Karen Benardello On February - 1 - 2011 0 Comment

CBS has seemingly listened to ‘Criminal Minds’ viewers, as fan favorite A.J. Cook will reprise her role of the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU) media liaison Jennifer “J.J.” Jareau for one episode this spring, tvline.com is reporting. The network received viewer backlash after it announced last spring that after appearing in the first five seasons of the police drama, Cook was fired for financial reasons. When fans then started an online campaign demanding CBS reconsider Cook’s firing, the network brought her back for two additional episodes to tie up her story-line. There’s no word yet when Cook’s next return to the series will air, or what her role on the  [ Read More ]

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Forest Whitaker Considering Starring in Criminal Minds Spinoff

Posted by Karen Benardello On January - 29 - 2010 0 Comment

Academy Award-winner Forest Whitaker is reportedly going to try his hand as television’s new leading man, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The website announced on January 25 that he is negotiation with CBS for its potential ‘Criminal Minds’ spin-off. If Whitaker is accepted for the project, he will the play the role of squad leader Cooper, who CBS describes as a dynamic father figure to the rest of the Behavioral Unit team. Cooper is a former well-known profiler who hasn’t prominent in eight years. The spin-off was written by ‘Criminal Minds’ executive producer Chris Mundy, and is based on a story he created with executive producer Ed Bernero. Richard Shepard  [ Read More ]

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