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Criminal Minds is making some major changes for Season 11, including a couple of new cast members. While casting changes are always exciting, itís probably even more exciting when we hear a fan-favorite character could return to the series.
What a weird week in the Big Brother house. We've seen people react poorly to being backdoored, but Audrey may have redefined that, first by sitting out the Veto Ceremony and missing her own nomination, and then spending days inside the Have Not room, barely speaking to anyone.†
CBS isnít what most people would call the most liberally zany when it comes to putting new projects into production, and the network is teaming back up with The Good Wife creators for a new series that sounds like one of the weirdest and most promising new concepts out there.
James Corden's latest foray into giving it his all came in the form of an all-live-action recreation of Paula Abdulís seminal (or something) music video for ďOpposites Attract.Ē I may not know art, but I know that this is on the same city block as art. Check it out!
With Supergirl officially headed to our televisions next TV season, now seems to be a great time to compile what we know about the series and present it in an easily digestible form. Hereís everything we've figured out about CBSí Supergirl.
Many fans of Criminal Minds are already aware that CBS has a spinoff headed to TV this season. Anna Gunn starred in the original episode, but on Monday, we learned that Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders has found another female lead.
CBS has ultimately opted to let CSI go out gracefully with a two-hour TV movie. Unfortunately, while it initially seemed as if all of the former and current CSI cast members would reunite for the big swan song, news broke over the weekend that one big cast member will not be back.
As it flies forward full speed ahead towards its Season 1 premiere this fall, CBSí Supergirl just keeps on adding characters, not seeming to know when enough is enough. Thankfully, itís a bunch of cool ones coming to the show, and the next one is no exception.
Unlike fans of shows that face sudden and rapid departures from the TV-sphere, avid viewers of the long-running crime drama CSI will get to watch something special for the showís swan song. But while most of the characters will be there, Julie Finlay will not.
Benoist has the honor of playing Kara Zor-El in a leading role on the small screen for the first time. In the lead-up to filming the Supergirl pilot, the lead actress found herself going through an especially demanding training regiment to portray the Kryptonian.
Although weíve known for a while that Owain Yeoman and Faran Tahir are playing villains, we didnít know what else we could expect from the drama in terms of big baddies. All of that changed on Saturday at Comic-Con when three big villains were announced.
Scorpion made a big splash when it premiered on CBS last TV season, and now the network is pairing its big series with a high profile new drama. While filming the Scorpion Comic-Con panel on Thursday, the creative team revealed that Scorpion is going to have a giant Season 2 premiere episode.
During the panel, executive producer Bill Prady told a story about how none other than Bill Murray helped the series to get an awesome Ghostbusters clip into episode. In order to do so, he had to yell at a prominent studio executive.†
Now airing its third season on CBS, Under the Dome has seen plenty of characters die off of the science fiction-based series. However, while itís not unexpected for characters to get killed off on TV, it is very unexpected to hear that a lead actor nearly ended up dying on the set.
The Good Wife is heading into Season 7 without popular character Kalinda Sharma, and as such, has some pretty big shoes to fill. Today, it looks as if the series has done just that. Find out who after the jump!