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  • Maggie Q jumps into action as 'Nikita'

    By now, television viewers and moviegoers know what the name Nikita stands for. Action. A whole lot of it. The franchise that made "La Femme Nikita" both a 1990 feature film and a 1997-2001 cable series (along with the 1993 movie Americanization, "Point...
  • Trivia

    Trivia
    Fred Dryer and Julia Duffy auditioned for the parts of Sam and Diane. Both were later guest-stars. ------------------------ The series was originally to have been set in Barstow, California, and Sam Malone was to originally to have been a retired...
  • 'Pan Am' flies again for ABC as airline drama series debuts

    Fasten your seat belt for a flight back to the 1960s. By definition, a series titled "Pan Am" would have to be set in an earlier era, since the title airline went out of business in 1991 after 64 years of operation. However, it's now back in business for...
  • BBC America spends '24 Hours in the ER'

    When producer-director Amy Flanagan approached her about allowing a TV crew to film a documentary series in the bustling halls of King's College in London, Briony Sloper, the head of trauma and ER at the facility, at first was hesitant. "It was a massive...
  • 'The Cape': David Lyons and co-stars unfurl action-packed plots on NBC

    Heroes usually deflect praise, saying they're just ordinary folks thrust into extraordinary circumstances. When firefighters storm into blazing buildings, soldiers hurl themselves on live grenades and commuters pull strangers from hurtling trains, that's...
  • Showtime welcomes new comedies 'Shameless' and 'Episodes'

    Despite frequent attempts, many hit British TV series haven't been able to make a successful transition across the big pond to American television. For every success like NBC's "The Office," there's a bomb like the same network's "Coupling." Or, on a...
  • For Carlos Pena Jr., a big-time real estate rush?

    For Carlos Pena Jr., a big-time real estate rush?
    Actor, singer and tween heartthrob Carlos Pena Jr. has bought a Mediterranean-style home in the San Fernando Valley for close to its $1.5-million asking price. The 6,000-square-foot villa is set back from the road on a gated lot. It has a paver-stone...
  • 'Jesse Stone' keeps Tom Selleck fueled after 'Blue Bloods' season

    Tom Selleck has been very busy. Having successfully launched the CBS police-family drama series "Blue Bloods," the Emmy winner is continuing his recurring and typically high-rated "Jesse Stone" movies, based on the late Robert B. Parker's novels about...
  • Noah Wyle bringing 'Falling Skies' to Chicago

    Noah Wyle bringing 'Falling Skies' to Chicago
    Noah Wyle just wants somebody to finally see his new TV series, "Falling Skies." "The pilot is going to be two years old by the time it hits the airwaves and the series we filmed from July to November of last year," he said over the phone last week,...
  • Noah Wyle leads an army of Davids in TNT's 'Falling Skies'

    When the American Revolution broke out, few in Europe gave the ragtag colonial upstarts much of a chance against the armies and navies of Great Britain, the pre-eminent power in the world. But much like when the Biblical hero David stood against the...
  • Forest Whitaker delves into more 'Criminal Minds' with new spinoff

    If you thought CBS already had one of broadcast television's darkest hours, get ready for an extra dose. In its sixth season, "Criminal Minds" is spawning a spinoff, with another Behavioral Analysis Unit of the FBI using special talents to track and...