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DVD Review: 'The Returned' - Worth The Money?

9/16/2015 10:30am EDT
DVD Review: 'The Returned'
What is a recently deceased loved one suddenly came back? We explore this scenario with the arrival of the new to DVD series "The Returned" out now from Lionsgate Home Entertainment. We see if having the dead back is heaven or hell below!

Title: "The Returned"

Grade: 1

Cast: Mark Pellegrino, Jeremy Sisto, Mary Elizabeth Winstead

Director: Various

Rating: R

Runtime: 440 minutes

Release Company: Lionsgate Home Entertainment


The Flick: Forget the fact that the box says nothing about this program being “Season 1”. Forget the fact that...

TV's Sexiest Male Stars 2014 Edition

3/8/2014 4:00pm EST
TV's Sexiest Male Stars 2014 Edition
We are almost into spring and with that, some of our favorite television shows are making their way back onto the small screen. With that, naturally, comes a plethora of hot guys gracing our screens.

With our TV's Sexiest Male Stars of 2014, we aim to give you a piece of the hottest of the hot fellas to give us that extra incentive to watch our favorite shows. Here is what we've got for your viewing pleasure!

Ian Somerhalder, "The Vampire Diaries"

Luke Grimes, "True Blood"

Colin O'Donoghue, "Once Upon A Time"

Jon Hamm, "Mad Men"

Benedict Cumberbatch, "Sherlock"


Celebrities That Turn 40 In 2014

1/1/2014 11:00am EST
Leonardo DiCaprio
Happy New Years everyone and welcome to 2014!

It's that time of year for our annual "who is turning 40" this year extravaganza. Truth is, lots of people do, but we'll just keep it to the more famous variety of peeps in the world.

Doing some simple math, 40 years ago would make it 1974.

For those of you who weren't around that year, the mantra of 74' and the world was energy crisis -gasoline was a little hard to get and lines at gas stations were blocks long. Because of the crisis, our then President, Richard "Tricky Dick" Nixon imposed a 55 MPH speed limit on highways. That wasn't the re...

Jeremy Sisto Welcomes A Son

3/15/2012 8:46am EDT
Jeremy Sisto
Jeremy Sisto is a dad again. The "Law & Order" star's wife Addie Lane gave birth to a little boy on Friday. The couple has yet to pick out a name. The tot joins sister Charlie Ballerina, who is two.

He kept fans abreast of the delivery via Twitter, writing, "Just bought a teddy bear to give to my daughter 'from' her newborn brother. I'm considering drizzling some placenta on it for believability," and adding, "Don't tell my wife I had two glasses of wine while she had an epidural."

Sisto then gushed about his baby boy during an appearance on breakfast show "LIVE! With Kelly" on Wednesday,...

Q&A: Meet 'Mike & Molly' Star Nyambi Nyambi

2/27/2012 11:00am EST
Nyambi Nyambi
On the CBS sitcom Mike & Molly, he's the sharp-witted Samuel...but don't let the fact that he plays a waiter fool you. Actor Nyambi Nyambi has a lot to say.

"The way I like to say it is I've been an actor all my life, but I never called it acting," the Oklahoma native tells me. "I was always cutting up. I'd make fun of our relatives that would come over. I was always doing the loud Nigerian, the quiet Nigerian. Doing skits from In Living Color [and] random impressions. That was how I liked to be around my family."

It wasn't until his senior year at Bucknell University, when he was giving ...

Evan Rachel Wood's Defining Moment In Hollywood Was Making 'Thirteen'

11/5/2011 6:00pm EDT
Evan Rachel Wood
AFI Fest celebrated Young Hollywood with a panel of under 30 movie stars: Evan Rachel Wood, Kristen Dunst, Armie Hammer and Anton Yelchin. Asked when they felt they’d made it in Hollywood, Wood surprised her fellow panelists and the audience with her answer.

“Has everybody seen Clueless?” Wood began. “Jeremy Sisto played Elton, drove Alicia Silverstone home in that movie. He drove me home in Thirteen.”

Thirteen was Wood’s breakthrough movie where she played a teenager falling for a bad influence. Her Hollywood moment was much more innocent though. “As a 14-year-old, that was a big moment ...

Celebrity Birthdays - October 6, 2011

10/6/2011 3:00am EDT
Elisabeth Shue
Happy Birthday to:

Piranha 3D star Elisabeth Shue (1963)

Actress Olivia Thirlby (1986)

Actor Michael Arden (1982)

Actor Jeremy Sisto (1974)

Comedian Jeff Davis (1973)

Pink Power Ranger Amy Jo Johnson (1970)

Singer/songwriter Matthew Sweet (1964)

Los Lobos singer David Hidalgo (1954)

Swedish Bond girl Britt Ekland (1935)

Actress Carole Lombard (1908)

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ABC Announces New & Returning Shows For 2011-12

5/17/2011 1:54pm EDT
Body Of Proof
New series for ABC's 2011-12 season are "Apartment 23," "Charlie's Angels," "Good Christian Belles," "Last Man Standing," "Man Up," "Missing," "Once Upon a Time," "Pan Am," "Revenge," "The River," "Scandal," "Suburgatory" and "Work It."

"America's Funniest Home Videos," "The Bachelor," "Body of Proof," "Dancing with the Stars," "Desperate Housewives," "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition," "Happy Endings," "Secret Millionaire," "Shark Tank" and "20/20" join previously announced returning series "Castle," "Cougar Town," "Grey's Anatomy," "The Middle," "Modern Family" and "Private Practice." "Sat...

Behind-The-Scenes Look At 'Law & Order' With The Stars Of The 20-Year-Old Series

11/5/2009 10:14am EST
Law & Order
"Law & Order" is about to break a record as the longest-running primetime drama in American television history. The current record holder is "Gunsmoke," which ran for 20 seasons as well, and since "Law & Order" is about to hit that benchmark it is only a matter of time before they break it altogether. It is most certainly the longest lasting show currently on TV, with one of the most consistent fan bases that follows it and the two spin-off series. Honestly, over the years it seems like the show can do not wrong, taking on serious and controversial cases on a regular basis and commenting re...

Actress/Singer Kristin Chenoweth Releases Christmas CD; Win A Signed Copy!

10/31/2008 7:00pm EDT
Kristin Chenoweth
On October 14, 2008 Sony BMG Masterworks released Kristin Chenoweth's new Christmas CD A Lovely Way To Spend Christmas. For her third album, Chenoweth covers a wide range of Christmas songs from "Christmas Island," popularized by The Andrew's Sisters to Kristin's personal favorite "Come On Ring Those Bells."

Recorded at Capitol Recording Studio's legendary Studios A & B where Sinatra, Judy Garland and Nat King Cole all etched their Christmas standards, A Lovely Way To Spend Christmas is an eclectic combination of full orchestral arrangements, along with big band, a bit of tropical isla...

'Law & Order' And 'Law & Order: Criminal Intent' Return In January

12/4/2007 9:32am EST
Law & Order
NBC will lawyer-up on Wednesday nights as the Emmy Award-winning "Law & Order" resumes with a two-hour season premiere event on Wednesday, January 2 (9-11 p.m. ET), and will continue on Wednesdays starting January 9 (10-11 p.m. ET) preceded by this season's network broadcast premiere of "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" (9-10 p.m. ET) in its return to NBC that night.

Joining the "Law & Order" cast for the show's 18th season are Jeremy Sisto as Detective Cyrus Lupo and Linus Roache as Chief Assistant District Attorney Michael Cutter. Cutter reports to Jack McCoy (Sam Waterston) who has bee...

Critically Acclaimed 'Waitress' Comes To DVD November 27; Win A Copy!

11/7/2007 7:45pm EST
A favorite of critics and audiences alike, Waitress, the irresistible film filled with delicious spunk, arrives on DVD November 27, 2007 from Fox Home Entertainment. This "vibrant and uplifting comedy" (Entertainment Weekly) follows the day-to-day realities of a small town woman who ultimately transforms her seemingly hopeless life into a hilarious and unexpected love story. "Both satisfying and surprising . . . a movie that leaves you feeling good" (The New York Times), Waitress is a whimsical romantic comedy that reveals the power of friendship, motherhood and the willingness to take a ch...

NBC Dumps 'Kidnapped'

11/1/2006 10:21am EST
Jeremey Sisto stars in Kidnapped
NBC has cancelled "Kidnapped." Repeats of Law & Order: Criminal Intent will take over the show's Saturday timeslot beginning November 4. A mere 3.7 million viewers tuned into the show's most-recent broadcast, making it the least-watched program of the night.

Earlier this month, the network moved "Kidnapped" from its original Wednesday night lineup to Saturdays. NBC said it would wrap its storyline after its initial 13-episode run. Only five of the 13 ordered episodes have aired, although it's not clear if production has been or will be completed on the remaining installments.

'Kidnapped' Relocates to Saturday Nights

10/6/2006 2:05pm EDT
Jeremy Sisto stars in Kidnapped
NBC will move the remaining original broadcasts of its new drama "Kidnapped" to Saturdays (9-10 p.m. ET/PT) beginning October 21 and will replace the series with a new edition of "Dateline NBC" in "Kidnapped's" original Wednesday (10-11 p.m. ET/PT) time period starting this Wednesday, October 11.

NBC Announces 2006-07 TV Schedule

5/15/2006 11:32am EDT
Jeffrey Tambor to star in 20 Good Years
NBC is loading its new 2006-07 primetime schedule with six new dramas and four new comedies. Highlights of the upcoming season include two previously announced new dramas: "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip" (Thursdays, 9-10 p.m. ET), which offers an insider's take on the backstage drama of a late-night comedy sketch show, and "Kidnapped" (Tuesdays, 9-10 p.m. ET), a high-stakes, serialized thriller about a teenaged boy's kidnapping, starring Jeremy Sisto and Delroy Lindo.

Also new are the dramas "Friday Night Lights" (Tuesdays, 8-9 p.m. ET) -- inspired by the hit feature film that conveys...

Stephen King's TV Event To Debut July 12 on TNT

5/11/2006 10:58am EDT
Stephen King
TNT is putting the summer on ice with its chilling all-star television event Nightmares & Dreamscapes: From The Stories Of Stephen King. This four-week collection of eight mind-bending tales from the master of horror, set to premiere Wednesday, July 12, features an all-star cast of Oscar, Emmy and Golden Globe winners and nominees.

Stars include: Eion Bailey, Tom Berenger, Kim Delaney, Claire Forlani, William Hurt, Ron Livingston, William H. Macy, Marsha Mason, Samantha Mathis, Jacqueline McKenzie, Greta Scacchi, Jeremy Sisto, Henry Thomas, Richard Thomas and Steven Weber.

Five o...

Timothy Hutton & Dana Delany To Star in 'Kidnapped'

3/17/2006 12:33pm EST
Timothy Hutton to star in Kidnapped
NBC has given an early fall 2006-07 series order for 13 episodes of the new drama Kidnapped. The series is a high-stakes serialized thriller in which the teenage son of a wealthy Upper East Side family (Timothy Hutton and Dana Delany) is kidnapped and everyone is a suspect. The series focuses on the elaborate, triangulated game between the kidnappers, law enforcement, FBI, and the private negotiating team of the "perhaps" not-so-picture-perfect family.

On a rainy New York morning, the picture perfect existence of Conrad Cain (Hutton), a self-made millionaire with a long list of enemies...

Notable Actors To Appear in TNT's Latest Stephen King Project

12/2/2005 11:36am EST
William H. Macy
Turner Network Television (TNT) is delivering a top-notch cast for its latest venture into Stephen King territory, “Nightmares & Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King.” The project will feature such notable performers as Emmy winner and Oscar nominee William H. Macy, Emmy winner Kim Delaney, Golden Globe nominee Ron Livingston, Oscar nominee Tom Berenger, Golden Globe winner Marsha Mason, and Oscar winner William Hurt.

“It is a joy to be working with such incredible talent, many of whom we’ve worked with before, for this ambitious adaptation of Stephen King’s short stories,” s...