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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.

In other casting news ...

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Clark Duke Gets a Do-Over on 'The Tonight Show' (VIDEO)

by Jane Boursaw, posted Mar 19th 2010 5:52AM
The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, Clark DukeClark Duke got the opportunity for a do-over on 'The Tonight Show With Jay Leno' (weeknights, 11:35PM ET on NBC).

We'll give him a pass on his last appearance, as he'd just broken up with his girlfriend and was in a bad place. He even brought flowers to apologize for his previous appearance, which was really a nice gesture.

Watch the video after the jump.

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Greek: The Wish-Pretzel - open thread

by Bob Sassone, posted Oct 27th 2009 4:02PM
GreekI don't know why Greek isn't talked about more. It seems to have everything all those other nighttime soaps have: a young cast, quirky characters, hip music. Maybe being on ABC Family means it gets lost in the shuffle.

Last night's episode was actually a Thanksgiving episode (they're a little ahead of things I guess), with Casey and Rusty's parents going off to Maui and stranding them on campus. What did you think?

[Watch clips and episodes of Greek at SlashControl.]

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Greek: At World's End (season finale) - open thread

by Bob Sassone, posted Jun 16th 2009 2:45PM
Greek seems to be one of those shows that has a fairly big following but no one really talks about. Maybe it's because it's on ABC Family or maybe it's because there are other similar dramas on other networks that get more attention. But last night was the season finale of the show. So Casey has a lot to think about after...falling into a manhole?

The new season starts on Monday, August 31.

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Greek: Dearly Beloved - open thread

by Bob Sassone, posted May 5th 2009 10:05AM

On last night's Greek, Max decided to get more serious with Casey, Rebecca got involved in a game, and Jordan and Rubin shared a common bond. I have no idea what any of that means since I don't watch the show. I copied it from the TV listings. But looking at the web site, it looks like the show uses some interesting music in their episodes. If you're a regular viewer, let us know how the episode was. And if you watched any of the 35 episodes of Roommates that were on after Greek last night, let us know that too.

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Greek season two -- an early look

by Isabelle Carreau, posted Aug 26th 2008 2:02PM
Greek"Our friendship can be tested anywhere." - Rusty to Calvin

Since it's July 9, 2007, premiere on ABC Family, Greek has been one of weekly TV guilty pleasures. I've been enjoying its light and fun stories as well as the evolving and imploding relationships and friendships between the characters.

Having had the chance to read a few spoilers about the upcoming season these past few weeks, it looked like Greek would be as fun to watch as it was in its first season. However, something can look good on paper and turn out quite differently on the screen. Luckily, it is not the case for Greek; at least not according to the season premiere, which I had the chance to watch.

Slight spoilers coming up!

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Clark and Michael: In The Limelight - VIDEO

by Varun Lella, posted Aug 6th 2007 3:19PM
Sometimes the best television isn't transmitting through satellites, cables or airwaves. Sometimes the best television isn't shown on any channel. Sometimes the best television is on the internet. Case in point: Clark and Michael.

Clark and Michael is the brain child of Arrested Development's Michael Cera and Clark Duke, who can be found on ABC's Greek. The project that started as Duke's college thesis has evolved into a full season of hilarity at ten-minutes-per-serving.

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Michael Cera's new Web series is now online

by Adam Finley, posted May 24th 2007 9:03AM

clark and michaelLast November, Brett told you that Michael Cera (Arrested Development) would be starring in a new Web series with his pal, actor Clark Duke. The series would be called The Good Life, and it would be available for viewing on the CBS innertube broadband site.

Well, two things have changed, apparently: the new series is now called Clark and Michael, and it's not on innertube, it's at ClarkAnd Michael.com, so go check it out.

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Michael Cera coming to CBS

by Brett Love, posted Nov 27th 2006 11:01AM
Michael CeraApparently CBS isn't just screwing around with that Innertube thing on their website. The network has signed Michael Cera (Arrested Development) to do a scripted short-form series. The Good Life will be a mockumentary about two aspiring television producers who are convinced that their show is the next big thing. Unfortunately for them, it's not. Cera will be joined by Clark Duke, who you may remember from CSI, but I doubt it. He played Frat Boy #1 two years ago, if that helps. The pair will also both be in Judd Apatow's next film, Super Bad, next year.

This is a big step for the networks and new media. It's one thing to have a web only reality show, added bonus clips, or to burn off episodes of your failed series online. But it is an entirely different thing to hire known actors to create a series specifically for online distribution. Now let's see NBC answer by finally producing some more Nobody's Watching episodes.

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