There’s a whole lot of shake up going on “NCIS” when CBS’ No. 1 drama returns for its 11th season, what with the departure of Cote de Pablo, who plays Ziva, after the first two episodes, and figuring out how to reinstate Tony (Michael Weatherly) and McGee (Sean Murray), who resigned in the finale in an attempt to save Gibbs’ (Mark Harmon) career.
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“NCIS: Los Angeles” literally left us hanging — or rather Sam’s (LL Cool J) wife Michelle (Aunjanue Ellis) was left dangling out the window of a high-rise building, holding on to a curtain for dear life, in the Season 4 finale. At the same time, her hubby and Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen) were being tortured to reveal if Michelle, who operates undercover as Quinn, was a federal agent.
“Chicago Fire” returns for its second season Tuesday night with a series of fires set by an arsonist who is targeting Lt. Kelly Severide (Taylor Kinney); Lt. Matthew Casey (Jesse… More
When we return for Season 3 of “Homeland” on Sunday, Sept. 29, it is 56 days after the car bomb exploded and decimated CIA Headquarters, and now the CIA is… More
The Machine is missing and now completely self-governed when the third season of “Person of Interest” returns on its new night and time, Tuesday, Sept. 24 at 10 p.m. Even so, it continues to provide Harold Finch (Michael Emerson) with numbers of those in jeopardy.
“The Blacklist” begins when Red Reddington (James Spader), a former government agent who went over to the dark side and has been on the FBI’s Most Wanted list for decades, walks into FBI headquarters in Washington, D.C. and surrenders. Of course, it can’t be that easy, or there would be no series.
From executive producer Jerry Bruckheimer, comes CBS’ suspense drama “Hostages,” the story of a top-notch surgeon, whose family is taken captive by rogue FBI Agent Duncan Carlisle (Dylan McDermott) on… More
Australian import Rebel Wilson, who is best known here in the U.S. for her funny roles in “Pitch Perfect” and “Bridesmaids,” is hoping audiences will experience similar laugh-a-minute enjoyment when they tune in to her new ABC comedy “Super Fun Night.”
Anika Noni Rose made history by becoming the first African-American Disney princess, Tiana, in “The Princess and the Frog.” Now, she takes a look back at a real-life moment in American history and helps to celebrate the 50th anniversary of events in the Civil Rights movement with her starring role as Wilona Watson in the Hallmark Channel’s “The Watsons Go to Birmingham.”
Showtime is sexing up its prime-time with “Masters of Sex,” a new series that tells the story of how William Masters (Michael Sheen) and Virginia Johnson (Lizzy Caplan) did break-through work that helped spark the sexual revolution.