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August 30, 2015


Poppy Montgomery Laughs Through Explaining CBS' Nudity Policy (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Nov 15th 2011 5:00AM
Poppy Montgomery, 'The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson'Poppy Montgomery went the long way around to the simpler explanation on 'The Late Late Show' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on CBS). She was trying to explain to Craig Ferguson the nudity policy on CBS.

But instead of focusing on what could be shown on the network, she started detailing everything that's forbidden. She also couldn't keep it together, bursting out laughing constantly during the discussion. She was kind of asking for Ferguson to lay into her a bit with the jokes when she rhymed crack and sack at one point as forbidden.

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TV Casting: Eugene Levy Gets 'Hitched'

by Andrew Scott, posted Feb 17th 2010 11:06AM
Eugene LevyEugene Levy is getting 'Hitched' with CBS. The funnyman has reportedly landed a co-starring role in the comedy from Josh Schwartz ('Chuck'; 'Gossip Girl'), about a twentysomething newlywed couple. Levy will play the father of the groom, who has been married and divorced four times. Like father, like son? [Hollywood Reporter]

More casting news after the jump.

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It was time for Without A Trace to end

by Allison Waldman, posted May 22nd 2009 4:29PM
LaPaglia Without A TraceWhen the news about Without A Trace ending its run was made official at the CBS Upfront this past week, I wasn't shocked. Rumor had it that either Without A Trace or Cold Case would be dropped, and Cold Case might have tipped the scales in its favor with a strong showing with its two-part season finale. But as much as I liked Without A Trace, I'm not really sorry that it's calling it a day.

Seven years is a darn good run for a TV show. In fact, if it had been a British series, it might have ended after 30 episodes – unless you're talking Coronation Street which is a freak of TV.

But here's the thing about Without A Trace, it's been a solid show with a strong set of characters who've had a chance to shine as much as possible within the confines of a procedural. Anthony LaPaglia as Jack Malone was terrific. The high point in many an episode for me was when Jack lost it and got in someone's face. His personal life was generally a mess, so LaPaglia had lots of chances to show the troubled side of his character.

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