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Raquel Welch, Bo Derek to Heat Up 'CSI: Miami' and More Casting News

by Chris Harnick, posted Dec 5th 2011 3:00PM
Raquel Welch, Bo Derek CSI MiamiRaquel Welch and Bo Derek will heat up 'CSI: Miami' this season.

According to TVLine, Welch will play mama to villain Diego Navarro. Look for Welch's episode to air in early 2012. This is Welch's first TV gig since 2008's 'Welcome to the Captain.'

Meanwhile, EW reports Derek will play the owner of a horse stable where a murder takes place. This is Derek's first series TV gig since 'Fashion House' in 2006.

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After the Oprah-calypse: Who Can Fill Oprah's Seat?

by Stephanie Earp, posted Apr 6th 2010 11:58PM


Rumor has it that Rosie O'Donnell is being set up as Oprah's replacement when the Daytime Queen retires from her eponymous show in 2011. At least that's how the industry gossips put it. The truth is that while Rosie is planning a talk show to launch when the Oprah set goes dark, it's being produced by a different company and will probably run on cable, not on ABC.

But who can resist speculating about who could replace Oprah Winfrey? Since Oprah announced that her show would be ending its 25-year run, a short list of possible candidates has included Ellen DeGeneres, Rachael Ray, Martha Stewart, Sarah Palin, Tyra Banks and even Michelle Obama. But I think Oprah is irreplaceable. Sure, you could give another woman her time-slot, but in the world of daytime talk, time-slots are meaningless. You live or die on your own ability to capture the public imagination.

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After the Oprah-calypse: Who Can Fill Oprah's Seat?

by Stephanie Earp, posted Apr 6th 2010 11:58PM


Rumor has it that Rosie O'Donnell is being set up as Oprah's replacement when the Daytime Queen retires from her eponymous show in 2011. At least that's how the industry gossips put it. The truth is that while Rosie is planning a talk show to launch when the Oprah set goes dark, it's being produced by a different company and will probably run on cable, not on ABC.

But who can resist speculating about who could replace Oprah Winfrey? Since Oprah announced that her show would be ending its 25-year run, a short list of possible candidates has included Ellen DeGeneres, Rachael Ray, Martha Stewart, Sarah Palin, Tyra Banks and even Michelle Obama. But I think Oprah is irreplaceable. Sure, you could give another woman her time-slot, but in the world of daytime talk, time-slots are meaningless. You live or die on your own ability to capture the public imagination.

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Cokie Roberts Blames Raquel Welch for Celeb Cheating (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Apr 2nd 2010 3:00PM
During a roundtable with George Stephanopoulos on 'Good Morning America' (weekdays, 7AM ET on ABC), journalist Cokie Roberts and actress Raquel Welch criticize celebrities like Tiger Woods and Jesse James for blaming their infidelities on an addiction to sex that can be cured through rehab.

Welch calls such claims "total baloney," and Roberts even jokingly says that celebs are inspired to cheat by women such as Welch. Why? Because she's too sexy.


Watch the video after the jump.

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Raquel Welch Uses Vulgarity on 'GMA' (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Mar 31st 2010 2:00PM
Raquel Welch lets loose with a vulgar word while discussing what it takes for women to be successful in a man's world on 'Good Morning America' (weekdays, 7AM ET on ABC.)

Welch argues that it's possible for women to be assertive without being aggressive, and that those who are the latter run the risk of being labeled a "b-tch." To be fair, the word that Welch uses really isn't that bad, but both she and Robin Roberts react like it is.

Watch the video after the jump.

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Raquel Welch Talks About the Men in Her Life on 'Oprah' (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Mar 29th 2010 5:52PM
Raquel Welch Talks About the Men in Her Life on 'Oprah'Raquel Welch appeared on 'The Oprah Winfrey Show' (weekdays, syndicated) to discuss her sex life and to plug her new memoir, 'Beyond the Cleavage.' (Excellent title for a book, by the way.)

In the interview, the 1960s-era bombshell discusses some of the many men she's had relationships with, from Elvis Presley to Bob Dylan to Dean Martin to Burt Reynolds.

Watch the video after the jump.

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CBS Monday news: Captain, Christine get new premiere date

by Jason Hughes, posted Dec 14th 2007 2:25PM

Welcome to the CaptainNow that the fall shows are drying up, those midseason replacements are becoming more and more essential. Zap2It tells us CBS has shifted the premieres of The Captain and The New Adventures of Old Christine from January 28 to February 4 (so as to not compete with the State of the Union Address). And furthermore, The Captain has been redubbed Welcome to the Captain.

In this new series, Fran Kranz plays a young man who moves into a legendary Hollywood apartment complex. His new neighbors are played by the likes of Raquel Welch, Jeffrey Tambor, Chris Klein and more. Which I guess means it's a show about a bunch of wacky neighbors, as opposed to the requisite one.

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Boston Legal: Brotherly Love

by Paul Goebel, posted Apr 11th 2007 10:01AM

Boston Legal(S03E19) I was a little disappointed that this week's episode didn't start with a woman in her underwear, but the later appearance of Julie Bowen's pregnant stomach more than made up for it.

I was also a little put off by the appearance of Frank Whaley because I remembered what a tool I thought he was the day I worked with him on Buddy Faro. What I had forgotten is what a fine actor he is. His performance in this episode was perfect. In a very short amount of time he was able to create a character that I knew enough about to actually care what happened to him. His flashback scenes, in particular, were very good.

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More pilots, more casting news

by Adam Finley, posted Mar 14th 2007 12:02PM

tvI'm starting to run out of headlines, but here's a little more pilot casting news, via the Hollywood Reporter:

Dean Cain and Tamala Jones will both star in the CBS drama pilot Protect and Serve. Dean plays a veteran cop in this drama about street officers in Los Angeles.

Polly Walker (Rome) has joined the untitled CBS drama pilot from Cynthia Cidre. The series will focus on two powerful and feuding Latin American families: the Duques and the Samuels. Walker plays the head of the Samuel family

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