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Bridget Moynahan: 'Blue Bloods' Sophomore Season Has Better Balance (VIDEO)

by Alex Moaba, posted Dec 1st 2011 12:40PM
On 'Blue Bloods,' Bridget Moynahan plays Erin Raegen-Boyle, an assistant New York District Attorney in a family of cops. She stopped by 'The Early Show' (weekdays, syndicated on CBS) to talk about how the show's grown in its second season, and also discussed the charity work she does with the Paul Newman-founded organization The Hole in the Wall Gang.

Moynahan is pleased with the direction 'Blue Bloods' has taken in its sophomore season, which she said has better balanced the show's different elements. "We all have so many different layers, and I think this year they've been able to balance the procedural with the family and the individual dimensions a lot better," she explained.

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Tom Selleck Salutes Military Veterans on 'The View' (VIDEO)

by Stephanie Opella, posted Nov 11th 2011 6:00PM
For Veteran's Day, 'The View' (weekdays, syndicated on ABC) brought on Tom Selleck, a veteran of the California Army National Guard before becoming an actor. Elisabeth Hasselbeck thanked him for his service, and the ladies oggled at an old photo of Selleck in his uniform.

Selleck was on his way to Washington to help promote an education center at the Vietnam Memorial Wall that, as he said, "tells the stories of all the fallen from all our wars. While there, he can go visit some old mementos from his past. The Smithsonian houses his Hawaiian shirt, Detroit Lions hat and ring from 'Magnum P.I.' "They recognize this as the first show that really recognized Vietnam vets in a positive light," Selleck explained.

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CBS Bows to World Series, Schedules Reruns

by Chris Harnick, posted Oct 28th 2011 1:30PM
A Gifted ManCBS will air reruns in place of original programming opposite Fox's World Series Game 7 tonight, Fri., Oct. 28.

Instead of 'CSI: NY,' 'Blue Bloods' and 'A Gifted Man,' CBS will air the 'Gifted Man' pilot and reruns of 'CSI: NY' and 'CSI: Miami.' Sorry, 'Blue Bloods' fans.

NBC is keeping the premieres of 'Chuck' and 'Grimm' as scheduled.

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'Today' Previews Kathie Lee's Daughter Cassidy's 'Blue Bloods' Guest Spot (VIDEO)

by Alex Moaba, posted Sep 23rd 2011 3:30PM
We're all well aware by now that Kathie Lee Gifford is a booze-hound. Soon her daughter Cassidy will be playing one on TV. She has a small speaking part in the CBS cop drama 'Blue Bloods,' as an underage drinker at a bar that's under investigation for serving minors.

On the fourth hour of 'Today,' (weekdays, (9AM ET on NBC) Kathie Lee and Hoda previewed a clip from Cassidy's 'Blue Bloods' episode. As Will Estes, who plays Tom Selleck's son on the show, posts up at the bar, Cassidy approaches him and says, "Bet you a drink I can guess where you went to college." She delivers the line like someone who's learned from a seasoned pro.

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'Modern Family' Star Books 'American Horror Story' Role, 'Good Wife' Adds 'Weeds' Alum & More TV Casting News

by Chris Harnick, posted Sep 17th 2011 12:30PM
Eric StonestreetEric Stonestreet is seeking Dylan McDermott's help ... on 'American Horror Story.'

According to EW, Stonestreet will play a patient of Dr. Ben Harmon (McDermott) in a November episode. Stonestreet's character will be seeking help for his fear of urban legends, specifically Pigman.

'American Horror Story' stars McDermott and Connie Britton as a married couple who move to Los Angeles and buy a haunted house. Jessica Lange co-stars as the couple's new neighbor.

'American Horror Story' premieres Wed., Oct. 5, 10PM ET on FX.

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Odette Annable Joins 'House' as a Series Regular, 'Ringer' Recasts & More Casting News

by Chris Harnick, posted Jul 26th 2011 10:40AM
Odette AnnableOdette Annable is joining the cast of 'House' as a series regular. Fear not, 'Breaking In' fans, there is a plan in place should Fox decide to revive the Christian Slater comedy.

According to Deadline, Annable's deal with the show does allow her time to go back to 'Breaking In' if the show gets a Season 2 from Fox.

No details on Annable's new 'House' character have been released, other than that she meets House in prison.

Producers are still looking to cast a replacement for Lisa Edelstein's boss character.

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'Blue Bloods' Collars Tony Bennett and Carrie Underwood, Adam Lambert Gets 'Behind The Music' Episode & More TV News

by Chris Harnick, posted Jul 21st 2011 7:15PM
Carrie Underwood, Tony BennettCarrie Underwood and Tony Bennett have booked 'Blue Bloods' guest roles.

The Grammy winners will play themselves on the season premiere of the CBS police drama.

Look for the duo to perform at a fundraiser that Frank Reagan (Tom Selleck) and Erin Reagan-Boyle (Bridget Moynahan) are attending in the new mayor's honor. Bennett and Underwood will sing 'It Had To Be You.'

"Having musical legend Tony Bennett and the hugely talented country music star Carrie Underwood perform on our show is a true gift. The talent that they bring together is amazing," Leonard Goldberg, 'Blue Bloods' executive producer, said in a statement. "We're looking forward to an exciting second season premiere with a story that is certain to provoke debate, and are thrilled that Tony and Carrie can be a part of it."

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Kathie Lee Beams About Her Daughter's 'Blue Bloods' Cameo (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Jul 21st 2011 1:45PM
Kathie Lee Gifford talks about Cassidy's 'Blue Bloods' cameo on 'Today'Kathie Lee Gifford didn't have to go far to get her story for Thursday's edition of 'The Scoop' on 'Today' (weekdays, 7AM on NBC). Gifford beamed into a proud stage mother when talking about her daughter Cassidy's upcoming cameo on the police drama 'Blue Bloods.' Gifford recently visited the set to watch Cassidy, who turns 18 next month. "They were filming at a bar. Apple doesn't fall far," she joked.

Cassidy plays a teenage girl who goes to a bar with a friend and encounters the son of Tom Selleck's character, who is working undercover. 'Cassidy and her girlfriend come in a little tipsy and start flirting with Tom Selleck's younger son at the bar," said Gifford, "and then they go off to the bathroom because the girlfriend wants to do a hit of coke."

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CBS Announces 2011-2012 Schedule

by Jean Bentley, posted May 18th 2011 9:20AM
Person of InterestIt's CBS's turn to shake things up with its fall schedule, which the network just announced this morning.

'CSI' is finally getting the boot from its longtime Thursday night time slot in favor of the J.J. Abrams-produced 'Person of Interest,' while 'The Good Wife' is getting transferred from Tuesdays at 10PM to the highly competitive Sundays at 9PM slot.

The network's two new comedies will both get their shots after established shows, with '2 Broke Girls' airing after 'How I Met Your Mother' on Mondays and 'How to Be a Gentleman' landing post-'Big Bang Theory' on Thursdays. Interestingly, 'Rules of Engagement' is being pushed to Saturday nights.

CBS is saving the Robert De Niro-produced cop drama 'The 2-2' for mid-season (hopefully with a better name).

The full fall schedule is after the jump.

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Boston Rob Gets New Series, 'Blue Bloods' Creators Leave Show and More

by Chris Harnick, posted Apr 25th 2011 2:20PM
Boston RobRob Mariano is going from 'Survivor' to TV host with the History channel's 'Around the World in 80 Ways.'

'Amazing Race' and 'Survivor' veteran Boston Rob will team up with Dennis Anderson, the creator of the monster truck Gravedigger brand to host the new series. According to History, the two will attempt to travel the world using 80 different modes of transportation, never repeating the same one.

"This series captures History's commitment to highly compelling entertainment within a historical framework," Dirk Hoogstra, senior vice president of development and programming at History, said in a statement. "The dynamic between our two hosts will make for great television, while viewers can journey around the world with them to explore the ingenuity of travel in every era, throughout all stages of technological advances."

The two hosts will use everything from blimps, fighter jets, ostriches and even build their own vehicles to get around the world. At times the two will work as a team, other portions of the journey will be a race.

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'Law & Order: Criminal Intent' is tackling the troubled 'Spider-Man' Broadway musical. The storyline will feature a play with lots of high-flying wire work called 'Icarus.' A person involved in the play is killed in what looks like a stunt gone wrong. There are characters very close to the play who sound an awful lot like Julie Taymore and Bono. [TVLine]

'Blue Bloods' showrunners Mitchell Burgess and Robin Green have left the CBS drama. Reports indicate CBS wants to take the show in a more procedural direction. Ken Sanzel left his executive producer post in August after creative tension with Tom Selleck. [Deadline]

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Donnie Wahlberg Talks New Kids Reunion on 'Regis and Kelly' (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Mar 9th 2011 12:15PM
Donnie Wahlberg Talks New Kids Reunion on 'Regis and Kelly''Blue Bloods' star Donnie Wahlberg talks about the significance of his reunion tour with boy band New Kids on the Block on 'Live With Regis and Kelly' (weekdays, syndicated). But, Regis Philbin seems to miss the importance of the event by suggesting a name change for the group that's more befitting their age.

"The tour was incredible. I mean, all these woman came back after so many years," said Wahlberg. "It was unbelievable. It was a very profound experience for the band."

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Inside 'Blue Bloods': A New York State of Mind

by Chris Harnick, posted Feb 25th 2011 1:00PM
'Blue Bloods': A New York State of Mind
It was a surprisingly warm February day when 'Blue Bloods' stars Will Estes and Nick Turturro hit the streets of Washington Heights to film scenes for an upcoming episode.

Dressed in their police duds, the two ran up and down streets while yelling after an imaginary perp, explored a vandalized shoe store and sped around the slushy neighborhood in a police cruiser.

There's no better way to get the New York City feel than actually film in New York, right?

"It's great," Estes said. "It's really hard to fake it some place else. I think we've done a great job utilizing Brooklyn and Manhattan, really showcasing how great it is.

"It's fun, there's no place like shooting in New York."

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Albie and Chris Manzo Get 'Real Housewives of New Jersey' Spinoff, Dr. Drew Heading to HLN and More

by Chris Harnick, posted Nov 29th 2010 10:30AM
Albie and Chris ManzoAlbie and Chris Manzo are ready for their close-up on Bravo. The sons of 'Real Housewives of New Jersey' star Caroline Manzo have begun work on a new spinoff, according to the New York Post.

The two Manzo brothers appeared on Bravo's 'The Millionaire Matchmaker' earlier this season, bringing in the show's highest ratings and getting a lot of female attention.

The New York Post reports that the brothers have signed a contract with Bravo and recently moved into their own place in Hoboken. "The boys were looking for some independence," a source told the Post. "They're getting a ton of attention from the ladies and needed their own space."

Bravo is staying mum on the topic, telling the Post they have "not made any announcement."

In other TV news ...

'The Munsters' star Butch Patrick is in rehab following a reported overdose. Following a 40-year drug and alcohol battle, Patrick has checked into a California treatment center on a scholarship. The former child star is at work on a new A&E reality series 'Life's a Butch.' [Radar Online]

Dr. Drew Pinsky is heading to HLN. The reality show doctor who became known for programs such as 'Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew,' 'Sober House,' and 'Loveline' will headline his own series that will tackle a variety of subjects. Look for it in spring 2011. [Variety]

Fox is developing a sitcom with comedian Owen Benjamin. The comic will play a high school counselor who is balancing his bachelor lifestyle and bizarre family. [Deadline Hollywood]

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CBS Orders Full Seasons of All Five New Shows

by Catherine Lawson, posted Oct 22nd 2010 8:15AM
'Blue Bloods'Good news for CBS viewers: After a strong start to the fall season, the network has gone all-out and ordered full seasons of its five new shows.

The solid performance of the five newbies -- 'The Defenders,' 'Hawaii Five-0,' 'Blue Bloods,' 'Mike & Molly' and '$#*! My Dad Says' -- helped CBS nab the number one spot for the first month of the fall season.

Speaking toThe Hollywood Reporter, CBS Entertainment President Nina Tassler credited the success to the network's strong development, promotion and smart scheduling moves. "It's personally thrilling and extremely satisfying," she added, "I like kept walking around the halls going, 'I want 5 for 5.'"

Although the network hasn't said just how many episodes have been ordered, Tassler wouldn't rule out reducing the episode orders for some series so that they can make room for new midseason shows.

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'Blue Bloods' Season 1, Episode 4 Recap

by Sharon Knolle, posted Oct 16th 2010 11:00AM
['Blue Bloods' - 'Officer Down']

To catch the killer of an off-duty cop, Danny (Donnie Wahlberg) used some of his usual strong-arm tactics, but it was Grandpa Henry (Len Cariou) who ran afoul of Commissioner Frank (Tom Selleck) this week, when he sought out an old crime rival for his help, one retired gentleman to another.

It was fun to see 'The Sopranos' Uncle Junior (Dominic Chianese) as an honorable thug who pressured his less-honorable son to do the right thing. This week also saw the introduction of Danny's new partner, played by Jennifer Esposito, who seemed a lot more tolerant of Danny's maverick ways than his former partner, wherever he went.

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