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'The League': Eliza Dushku Is Getting Frisky With Kevin (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Dec 9th 2011 6:30AM
'The League' - 'The Light of Genesis'Eliza Dushku got very intimate with one castmember of 'The League' (Thu., 10:30PM ET on FX) during her guest spot as a Krav Maga instructor. Kevin spent the episode convinced that she was clearly hitting on him, but his wife just wasn't buying it.

Meanwhile, Dushku kept using Kevin as her partner to show moves to the class, putting his hands on her breasts before taking him down, and at another point putting her hands on him to demonstrate another move.

When Kevin brought Pete in, he didn't even get close to her before he was on the mat.

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Eliza Dushku to Guest Star on 'White Collar'

by Catherine Lawson, posted Jun 1st 2011 7:35AM
Eliza DushkuThe 'Dollhouse' may be closed for business, but its star Eliza Dushku is as busy as ever. It's been reported that she will guest star on an upcoming episode of 'White Collar' and, that if all goes well, she could be back for more.

'White Collar' creator Jeff Eastin told 'The Hollywood Reporter' that Dushku will appear in the ninth episode of Season 3. Her character will be working for Matthew Keller (Ross McCall) and will be "obviously very sexy," said Eastin.

He added that, if things go his way, Dushku's appearance may not be a one-off. "We did it in such a way that if it works out, we could bring her back," Eastin revealed.

Read more after the jump, but be warned: !!!SPOILER ALERT!!!

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Eliza Dushku Headlining 'Torchwood' Web Series?

by Chris Harnick, posted May 18th 2011 11:30AM
Eliza DushkuTalk about a nerdgasm: 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' and 'Dollhouse' veteran Eliza Dushku is rumored to be starring in a web companion series to the new season of 'Torchwood.'

According to BleedingCool, 'Torchwood' writer and 'Buffy' veteran Jane Espenson revealed the online spinoff and teased Dushku's involvement on Twitter.

The first tweet: "We have faith in Torchwood: Web of Lies. #hint"

Then, Espenson tweeted: "It's tru; there's an echo of my past work in #Torchwood: Web of Lies. (I know you already solved my little puzzle, but this is fun.)"

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Johnny Depp Books a Guest Role, the Aquabats Get TV Series and More

by Chris Harnick, posted Mar 24th 2011 11:00AM
Johnny DeppJohnny Depp is heading to TV! Want to see his guest role? Hope you have BBC2!

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Depp will guest on the Ricky Gervais–produced 'Life's Too Short.'

'Life's Too Short' stars Warwick Davis as a dwarf who runs a talent agency for other dwarf stars. Gervais indicated other big name stars will stop by the sitcom, but Jerry Seinfeld will not.

In other casting news ...

Ed Harris will play John McCain in HBO's 'Game Change.' The Oscar nominee will star opposite Julianne Moore (as Sarah Palin) in the TV movie from the men behind 'Recount.' [Entertainment Weekly]

Eliza Dushku has joined Damon Wayans in a CBS comedy pilot. Dushku will play Casey, a radio sidekick to Damon Wayans' host character. [TVLine]

'Buffy' star Anthony Stewart Head has booked a role in NBC's 'Free Agents.' Head originated the role of cocky boss Stephen in the U.K. version of the series will reprise the role in the new pilot. [Hollywood Reporter]

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Casting News: Eliza Dushku Off TNT's 'Bird Dog,' Rick Schroder Signs on for Lifetime Pilot and More

by Chris Harnick, posted Dec 7th 2010 11:00AM
Eliza DushkuWell, so much for a return to TV. Eliza Dushku is no longer starring in TNT's 'Bird Dog' pilot.

The 'Dollhouse' actress took to Twitter to make the announcement. "Hey guys! News to report~ We have mutually & AMICABLY decided to part ways on 'Bird Dog' due to creative differences. No worries/fears/tears."

Dushku was set to play the lead in the cop drama about a young police officer whose estranged father randomly shows up in her small town and becomes her partner.

According to Hollywood Reporter, TNT has confirmed the split.

In other casting news ...

Adrianne Palicki will guest star on CBS's 'Criminal Minds.' The 'Friday Night Lights' star will play Sydney, a troubled woman who comes from a history of abuse. She and her lover get her kicks from drinking and killing people. [TV Guide]

Nathan Fillion wants to be on 'Glee.' The 'Castle' star, no stranger to singing thanks to 'Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog,' wants to play a mean Broadway scout, and only sing a tiny bit on the hit Fox series. [Hollywood Reporter]

'NYPD Blue' star Rick Schroder has landed a role in Lifetime's 'Meet Jane' pilot. Schroder will play the husband to Molly Parker's Jane. The project follows Jane, an unhappy mother of two who is asked to spy on her husband by the FBI. [Deadline Hollywood]

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Eliza Dushku Lands TNT Pilot, Dan Aykroyd Books 'Defenders' Guest Spot and More

by Chris Harnick, posted Nov 29th 2010 6:00PM
Eliza DushkuEliza Dushku is returning to TV, but this time the sci-fi/fantasy darling is getting a gun and a badge. Dushku has been tapped to play the lead in TNT's pilot 'Bird Dog.'

According to Deadline Hollywood, Dushku will play Gail McGrath, a young cop who has a fractured past with her police officer father. The character is living a seemingly normal life until her cop father turns up on her doorstep as her new partner. The name of the mystery series, 'Bird Dog,' is also the duo's call sign.

D.B. Sweeney has also landed a pilot role. 'The Event' actor has been tapped to star in TBS's 'Brain Trust' as Detective Billy Doyle. The character goes from rock bottom to a career high after he gets unexpected help from three geniuses who work for a private company.

In other TV news ...

The Blues Brothers are getting back together -- but this time on CBS's 'The Defenders.' Aykroyd will play a corrupt judge over two episodes that are scheduled to be shot in January. [Variety]

'The Walking Dead' saw its best numbers yet on Nov. 28. The season's fifth episode brought in 5.5 million total viewers and 3.7 million in the 18-49 demographic. The ratings were 15 percent higher than episode four's viewership. [Live Feed]

Marc Singer, star of the original 'V,' will appear on ABC's 'V' reboot this winter. Singer has been tapped to play Lars Tremont, a member of a secret society of high-powered humans who believe the Visitors are not on Earth to spread peace. [TV Guide]

Fox has released the first teasers for Simon Cowell's 'The X Factor.' However, the series is still close to a year away from airing. Watch the promo after the jump. [Deadline Hollywood]

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Rick Fox Recalls Stint on 'Dancing With the Stars' (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Nov 3rd 2010 12:15PM
Former NBA star Rick Fox is the latest celeb booted from 'Dancing With the Stars.' Fox appeared on 'Good Morning America' (weekdays, 7AM ET on ABC) and talked about how his experience on the show has strengthened ties with both his daughter and girlfriend Eliza Dushku.

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Eliza Dushku Reflects on 'Dollhouse' and Tackling Comedy

by Kelly Woo, posted Oct 25th 2010 12:55PM
Eliza DushkuEliza Dushku has kicked many, many butts over the years on 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer,' 'Angel' and 'Dollhouse.'

Now, the actress is ready for a different challenge: making people laugh their butts off.

Dushku called TV Squad to dish about her future plans, which include getting back into comedy (first stop on the laugh tour: 'The Big Bang Theory'), and which 'Dancing With the Stars' celebs are the biggest competition for boyfriend Rick Fox.

Plus, we spoke about her satisfaction with the end of 'Dollhouse' (season 2 now on DVD and Blu-ray) and whether she'll ever work with creator Joss Whedon again.

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Rick Fox Talks About His 'Dancing With the Stars' Mustache (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Oct 15th 2010 5:17AM
Rick Fox Talks About His 'Dancing With the Stars' MustacheThis week on 'Dancing With the Stars,' Rick Fox danced the tango with partner Cheryl Burke ... while sporting a mustache. Oddly, Fox didn't have a mustache the week before, and he didn't have one the next day. So where did it come from?

On 'The Tonight Show' (11:35PM ET on NBC), Fox explained everything. He also tried on a new fake mustache, one he claimed was made from his chest hair. But before we get to the fake one, what was the deal with the 'DWTS' one?

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Breaking News: Eliza Dushku Has a 'Big Bang Theory'

by Laura Prudom, posted Sep 23rd 2010 11:30AM
Eliza Dushku'The Big Bang Theory' is no stranger to sexy sci-fi starlets, having scored geektastic cameos from Katee Sackhoff and Summer Glau in seasons past (with the former about to make a hotly anticipated reappearance) -- but this latest casting coup is certain to get fanboy hearts a'fluttering.

Having earned her action credentials as butt-kicking Faith in 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' and the enigmatic Echo in 'Dollhouse,' it's no surprise that 'The Big Bang Theory' tapped Eliza Dushku to play yet another strong female character.

So far, she's confirmed to appear in one episode of the CBS comedy's fourth season (now airing Thursdays at 8PM ET). Join us after the jump for more info on what we can expect when Dushku makes her 'Big Bang' bow.

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'Dollhouse' Finale: Paul Ballard Dies, World Gets Reset (VIDEO)

by Jane Boursaw, posted Feb 1st 2010 5:45AM
Dollhouse: Series FinaleIn his review over at TV Squad, Brad Trechak called the series finale of Joss Whedon's 'Dollhouse' (Fri., 8PM ET on Fox) "weird" and "rushed."

"Overall, the series wasn't as good as his previous attempts, but still much better than 99% of the other crap on television," writes Trechak.

It's too bad that the series was canceled before it really had a chance to gain some steam. Sometimes Whedon's projects do take a bit of time to gain traction with viewers. What did you think of the series finale of 'Dollhouse'?

Watch the video after the jump.

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Review: Dollhouse - Epitaph Two (series finale)

by Brad Trechak, posted Jan 30th 2010 12:15AM
Dollhouse(S02E13) What words can be used to describe Joss Whedon's latest complete series on television? "Weird" is one. "Rushed" is another.

Granted, the show only had slightly more than a full season's worth of episodes to establish itself (26 in all), but Dollhouse never really felt like something Joss really cogitated on and imagined from the bottom of his soul and thought through every detail. The series felt more like a favor he was doing for Eliza Dushku to prevent her from being typecast as a tough chick, with some clever bits thrown in.

Overall, the series wasn't as good as his previous attempts, but still much better than 99% of the other crap on television. Major spoilers follow after the jump.

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Review: Dollhouse - The Hollow Men

by Brad Trechak, posted Jan 16th 2010 2:30AM
Dollhouse(S02E12) The problem with prequels (and with regards to Dollhouse, I consider everything that happened before "Epitaph One" and "Epitaph Two" a prequel) is that you know how things are going to turn out. This somewhat ruins any sense of surprise one might get from any revelations of the program.

Granted, it was a decent stopping point for the show. All the dangling plot-lines were resolved and if we weren't aware of the two "Epitaph" episodes, we'd all drink our collective Slurpees and let out a sigh of relief knowing that Dollhouse ended on an emotionally satisfying note.

TWO WEEKS until the next episode? Come on, Fox. What's up with that?

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Review: Dollhouse - Getting Closer

by Brad Trechak, posted Jan 9th 2010 3:15AM
Dollhouse(S02E11) This was an episode that went from zero to sixty in under a second. So much was thrown at the viewer in both backstory and current happenings that everybody watching was suffering from dizziness and possibly nausea. But it was the good kind of nausea.

It's a fair bet that this episode and the subsequent ones were written (or re-written) after learning that the series wouldn't be renewed. Alternatively, perhaps Joss saw the signs in advance having worked in television for so long. After the jump, the real spoilers of the episode will be discussed. Those who wish to remain unspoiled can move along.

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Rick Fox to Guest on 'Dollhouse'

by Rebecca Paiement, posted Dec 23rd 2009 10:45AM
Joss Whedon's 'Dollhouse' may be on the way out but it's not going quietly. The Ausiello Files tells us that hoops legend turned actor Rick Fox has signed on for a little cameo opposite real life girlfriend Eliza Dushku.

Fox will appear briefly as an Active in the Jan. 8 episode where he will be granted back his original personality and emerge from the sci-fi show's famous imprint chair. And, as a bit of a spoiler, we can also reveal that he and other Dolls are then released back out into the world.

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