The story follows Grey (played by 'Army Wives' star Catherine Bell) as she tracks a serial kidnapper. Grey gets close with one of the victims just as the suspect decides to switch things up, making her job even harder.
We've got an exclusive sneak peek at the movie, helmed by Smith and co-starring Cole Hauser, Titus Welliver and William Devane, that sets up the eerie premise.
Tell us: Will you watch?
Casting News: 'Glee' Poised to Promote Darren Criss, Bonnie Franklin to Guest on 'Hot in Cleveland' and More
According to Deadline Hollywood, Criss was first cast on a recurring basis, but after last night's gay bullying episode, he may be sticking around full-time.
If all goes according to plan, look for Criss' Blaine to be a series regular at the start of season 3.
In other casting news ...
• Malcolm-Jamal Warner will guest star on 'Community.' The 'Cosby Show' veteran will play Shirley's ex-husband. [Entertainment Weekly]
• Trevor Donovan will guest star on 'CSI.' The '90210' star will show up as a casino actor who claims to have been mugged. Carrot Top will appear in the episode as himself. [Zap2It]
• Bonnie Franklin has been tapped to guest star on TV Land's 'Hot in Cleveland.' Franklin, who costarred alongside Valerie Bertinelli on 'One Day at a Time,' will also be joined in season 2 by Melanie Griffith, Wayne Knight, Illeana Douglas, John Schneider, Jack Wagner and David Starzyk. [Entertainment Weekly]
AOL TV caught up with the 'Army' beauty on her character's high-drama storyline, the possibility of a 'JAG' reunion ... and why she turned down Playboy (for a lot of money).
It's still amazing to think that ABC had a chance to put this show in their schedule and let it get away. Their loss is Lifetime's gain -- and they're feasting on it.
If you missed the first season of Army Wives, and didn't get into the show until the fifth episode -- like me -- then you'll be glad to know that Army Wives: The Complete First Season is now available on DVD. It's a great set, too, with some very nice bonus features and quality commentaries.
Is it because more and more of us have these channels than ever before? Or maybe we're just spreading out across the dial more than ever before? At the same time, though, there's more freedom off the network channels to show more edgy fare. Shows like The Shield and Mad Men are a bit too strong in content for the likes of ABC, and sometimes the sheer intensity and quality of the storytelling eclipses much of free TV fare. Or maybe it's just because Catherine Bell is so freaking hot ... sometimes. Seriously, sometimes she looks like that up there, and other times she looks like a boy who's been lost in the woods for a few weeks. Still, at even a 50/50 shot I think it'd be worth the chance.
The series is based on the book, Under the Sabers: The Unwritten Code of Army Wives, by Tanya Biank. Like the book, the series will be about the pressures on military spouses (there's one man in the mix) and the traditions they are expected to uphold.
Army Wives is set to premiere in March 2007.
The case is about a woman found dead in Central Park. Sarandon plays her husband, Saget and Bell play the victims' friends, and Peters plays the defense attorney. There is a new episode of SVU tonight, and I believe it is Connie Nielsen's last episode.
Other tidbits about how season one of Threshold was supposed to end after the jump.
A lot of people who started watch JAG a little later in the show's run might not realize that the first season of the show was on NBC, not CBS. NBC canceled it after the first season, and in a rare move, another network (CBS) picked it up. But at the end of the first season, there was an episode titled "Skeleton Crew." NBC never showed the episode because they canceled the show. And when the second season started, CBS decided not to show the episode either, because Catherine Bell played David James Elliott's girlfriend in the episode, and she would later be on the show as Mac. Certain scenes of the episode were shown later, however, in another episode.
But fans, there's good news: the episode will finally be seen when the first season DVD set hits stores! The set will be released on July 25.
Anyway, the first season of the show is finally coming out on DVD. It will be six DVDS, and these will be episodes from when it was on NBC (it later went to CBS when NBC canceled it - fools!). Paramount will release the set on July 25, complete with a couple of featurettes on the making of the show, plus a commentary from creator Donald Bellisario on the pilot ep.
[via TV Tattle]
Mercedes Ruehl has joined the untitled Paul Reiser comedy pilot for CBS, about a man who takes over the family car dealership in Queens, NY. In 1991, Ruehl won an Academy award for her supporting role in The Fisher King. Ruehl joins castmates Bobby Cannavale (Will & Grace) and Hector Elizondo (Chicago Hope).
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