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Tom Berenger, Powers Boothe Join Bill Paxton and Kevin Costner in 'The Hatfields and McCoys'

by Catherine Lawson, posted Aug 31st 2011 8:00AM
Tom BerengerThe History Channel is putting this summer's 'Kennedys' debacle behind it and is busy assembling a starry cast for its latest original drama project.

According to Variety, Tom Berenger, Powers Boothe and Mare Winningham have signed on for roles in History's upcoming mini-series 'The Hatfields and McCoys: An American Vendetta.'

They join previously announced leads Bill Paxton (Randall McCoy) and Kevin Costner (Anse Hatfield) in the period piece, which follows the bloody 13-year feud between the Hatfield and McCoy families.

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News Roundup: 'Men of a Certain Age' to Host 'Quantum Leap' Reunion, Ratings Report and More

by Chris Harnick, posted Sep 15th 2010 7:00PM
Scott Bakula'Quantum Leap' fans might want to check out Scott Bakula's 'Men of a Certain Age' when it returns for season 2 this winter. Why? Well, Bakula's 'Quantum' brother David Newsom will guest star on the Jan. 3 episode of the TNT series.

Newsom will play Mark, the brother to Bakula's Terry. According to TV Guide, Mark runs a home systems integration business and is a happily married father of two. Look for Terry to try and reconnect with his brother at his nephew's birthday party.

In other TV news ...

John Larroquette will appear on CBS' 'CSI: NY.' Larroquette has booked a multi-episode arc as Deputy Chief of Manhattan Borough Detectives Ted Carver. Look for Carver to clash with Mac Taylor. [Ausiello Files]

Mare Winningham and Sterling Beaumon, known to many as the young Ben Linus on 'Lost,' will guest star on CBS's 'Criminal Minds.' Beaumon's character, a 15-year-old boy suspected of killing families, is taken in by Winningham's character. The episode is slated to air in October. [TV Guide]

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Mare Winningham Joins Cast of HBO's 'Mildred Pierce'

by Audrey Fine, posted Apr 9th 2010 9:45AM
Mare Winningham, fresh off playing alongside fellow "brat packer" Kiefer Sutherland this season on '24,' has landed a plum role in HBO's upcoming adaptation of 'Mildred Pierce.'

The five-part miniseries, based on James M. Cain's classic novel, stars Kate Winslet as the titular character, a depression-era woman caught in a dead-end marriage who sets out to make something of herself. Guy Pearce and indie darling Evan Rachel Wood co-star as Winslet's lover and daughter, respectively.

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Grey's Anatomy: Don't Stand So Close To Me

by Joel Keller, posted Nov 30th 2006 11:50PM
Grey's Anatomy: Don't Stand So Close To Me
Tension's running high at Seattle Grace this week, isn't it? Bailey's all pissed because Yang and Burke are seemingly getting away with their tremor-induced "teamwork," and pissed at herself because yet another intern misbehaved under her watch. Burke and Yang are of course pissed at each other. Shepherd is pissed because Burke won't let him fix that tremor. George is pissed at everyone because he feels powerless over what's going on with his dad. Addison is pissed at Meredith for freezing during surgery. The other interns are pissed at Yang because she got to do all those neato procedures. Webber is pissed at Burke for not letting him retire. And the Sklar brothers are pissed at each other because they're conjoined and like to touch the same woman while naked.

Ok, let me explain that one...

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Grey's Anatomy: The Name of the Game

by Joel Keller, posted Apr 3rd 2006 9:34AM
Grey's Anatomy generic pictureSarah's up to her neck in... whatever she's doing that gets as deep as her neck. To be honest with you, I don't really know, but when she asked the Squadders for a hand in reviewing this week's Grey's Anatomy, I happily volunteered. So you have me this week instead of Sarah. I apologize in advance.

OK, right off the bat, let me say that this wasn't one of those edge-of-your-seat, high drama, emotional episodes like we've been used to seeing. Oh, don't get me wrong, there were some major revelations in this episode. It just seemed very Seinfeldian in that just about everyone who wasn't Meredith got an underdeveloped side plot, just to so viewers know they're all still around.

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