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News Roundup: 'Men of a Certain Age' to Host 'Quantum Leap' Reunion, Ratings Report and More

by Chris Harnick, posted Sep 15th 2010 7:00PM
Scott Bakula'Quantum Leap' fans might want to check out Scott Bakula's 'Men of a Certain Age' when it returns for season 2 this winter. Why? Well, Bakula's 'Quantum' brother David Newsom will guest star on the Jan. 3 episode of the TNT series.

Newsom will play Mark, the brother to Bakula's Terry. According to TV Guide, Mark runs a home systems integration business and is a happily married father of two. Look for Terry to try and reconnect with his brother at his nephew's birthday party.

In other TV news ...

John Larroquette will appear on CBS' 'CSI: NY.' Larroquette has booked a multi-episode arc as Deputy Chief of Manhattan Borough Detectives Ted Carver. Look for Carver to clash with Mac Taylor. [Ausiello Files]

Mare Winningham and Sterling Beaumon, known to many as the young Ben Linus on 'Lost,' will guest star on CBS's 'Criminal Minds.' Beaumon's character, a 15-year-old boy suspected of killing families, is taken in by Winningham's character. The episode is slated to air in October. [TV Guide]

Martha Stewart's move to Hallmark Channel is considered a flop. 'The Martha Stewart Show' debuted to an cumulative average of 394,000 viewers. Its original 10AM broadcast saw an average of 199,000 viewers, down 61 percent from the 514,000 who watched 'Golden Girls' at that time last year. [Live Feed]

The season 2 premiere of 'Parenthood' was seen by an average of 7.7 million viewers, down 13 percent compared to its series premiere in March. Over on The CW, 'One Tree Hill' was seen by 2.2 million viewers, falling 8 percent compared to last year. 'Life Unexpected' was seen by 1.7 million viewers, down 39 percent.

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Damn, I was hoping for Dean Stockwell. Sam's brother was in what, 2 episodes?

September 15 2010 at 8:47 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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