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'HawthoRNe's' Michael Vartan gets it on with Jada Pinkett Smith

As fans of the sophomore TNT medical drama "HawthoRNe" know, the episode that aired on Tuesday (July 6) was a tumultuous one for Michael Vartan's character, surgeon Dr. Tom Wakefield. Spoiler Alert: If you haven't seen it yet, stop reading now. It began with an auto accident that injured Wakefield and killed his pal Paul (Kenneth Choi), and ended with Wakefield in a passionate clinch with head nurse Christina Hawthorne (Jada Pinkett Smith) that culminated in him proposing marriage. "The good doctor is having a hands-on relationship with the head of nursing," Vartan tells Zap2it. "It's television. I guess it was just a matter of time, and they decided to do it now rather than later. Tom and Christina are getting it on." To Read More Click Here .

HAWTHORNE Afterglow Season 2 Episode 4 - Preview

Watch a sneak peek of the upcoming episode of HAWTHORNE Afterglow Season 2 Episode 4 which airs on Tuesday July 13, 2010 at at 9 p.m. (ET/PT) on TNT. Episode synopsis: A death row patient is admitted to James River for a life-saving surgery, placing the hospital and staff members in the middle of an ethical battle. Tom continues to struggle with injuries he sustained in a car accident, while Christina begins to wonder if she's ready to take their relationship to the next level. Source & Preview

HAWTHORNE Road Narrows Season 2 Episode 3 - Preview

Watch a sneak peek of the season 2 premiere of HAWTHORNE Road Narrows Season 2 Episode 3 airing on Tuesday July 6, 2010 at at 9 p.m. (ET/PT) on TNT. Episode synopsis: Tom and his friend Paul are critically injured in a car accident, leaving Tom to worry if his injuries will prevent him from ever operating again. Candy makes an unexpected return from her tour of duty in Afghanistan. A child is pressured to tell the truth about his grandmother in order to save her life, even if it means the she could wind up facing criminal charges. Source & Preview

VIDEO: HawthoRNe's Michael Vartan Calls the Show "Hot, Passionate, Messy and Complicated"

Fans of TNT's HawthoRNe (Tuesday, 9/8c) should be prepared for some steamy action. Star Michael Vartan accidently spills to that "two characters get down to the nitty-gritty" in the next episode. Plus: What does the actor think about one last Alias adventure? Find out more in the video below. Source & Video

HAWTHORNE â??The Starting Lineâ? Season 2 Episode 2 - Preview

Watch a sneak peek of the season 2 premiere of HAWTHORNE “The Starting Line” Season 2 Episode 2 airing on Tuesday June 29 2009 at at 9 p.m. (ET/PT) on TNT. Episode synopsis: Christina disagrees with the hospital’s plan not to treat a heroin-addicted patient and takes her grievances to the ethics committee. An unexpected illness forces a mother to reveal a potentially life-changing secret to her adoptive son. Camille begins to build a relationship with hospital employee Marcus. Source & Preview

HAWTHORNE "No Excuses" Season 2 Episode 1 - Preview

Watch a sneak peek of the season 2 premiere of HAWTHORNE "No Excuses" Season 2 Episode 1 airing on Tuesday June 22 2009 at at 9 p.m. (ET/PT) on TNT. Series Description: As the second season of HAWTHORNE opens, several Richmond Trinity doctors and nurses have been transferred to James River, a failing hospital in terrible shape. There, Christina butts heads with the ER's head nurse, Gail Strummer (Vanessa Bell Calloway -The District), who is extremely set in her ways. Christina is impressed, however, by the charming Dr. Steve Shaw (Adam Rayner - Mistresses), who hails from England, and the hard-working ER clerk Marcus Leeds (Collins Curtis Pennie - Half Nelson), who has his eye on Camille. This season, Christina and Tom will try to forge a romantic relationship, especially now that he is no longer serving as Chief of Surgery and can devote more time to patient care and a private life. Bobbie will once again find herself helping out homeless mother Isabelle. Ray's lust-hate relationship with Dr. Marshall will hit some snags over Ray's continued feelings toward Candy, who is serving a tour of duty in Afghanistan. Kelly's confidence as a nurse will slowly build, thanks in part to her work with a nurse (guest star Sarah Gilbert - Roseanne) who's even more insecure. And Camille takes a step toward adulthood that her mother isn't sure she's prepared to take. Source & Preview

HawthoRNe Hot Doc Michael Vartan Tells All

The med drama HawthoRNe checks back in for Season 2 tonight at 9/8c on TNT with Jada Pinkett Smith's supernurse Christina working at a new hospital. And for Michael Vartan's hotter-than-a-fever Dr. Tom Wakefield, that could mean a prescription for romance. To Read More Click Here .

HawthoRNe Season 2 Sneak Peaks!!!

Jada is back people and it looks like her hospital is in danger! Once again its nurse Hawthorne to the rescue and hopefully this season we will get to see some romance between her and the hot Doc!!!!!!! Click Here!

Exclusive: Debi Mazar to Guest-Star on HawthoRNe

Debi Mazar will guest-star in the Season 2 premiere of TNT's HawthoRNe, has learned exclusively. Mazar, an Entourage cast member and former Dancing with the Stars contestant, will play Donna Alberghetti, an old friend of chief nurse Christina Hawthorne (Jada Pinkett Smith). Mazar's character turns up at the hospital with an unidentified illness a few days before her wedding. The nature of the illness and the treatment raise some serious questions for Alberghetti's fiancé. Mazar, 45, is best known for tough-talking roles in films such as Goodfellas. She has a recurring role on Entourage as brassy publicist Shauna Roberts. Besides guest-starring roles on Ugly Betty and Castle, Mazar also competed in the ninth season of Dancing with the Stars. HawthoRNe's second season premieres Tuesday, June 22 at 10/9c. Source Here

'Men of a Certain Age' launches strong - Featured

From THR: TNT's Men of a Certain Age drew 5.4 million viewers Monday night, becoming cable's most-watched series launch of 2009 among adults 25-54. The Ray Romano dramedy received strong reviews from critics, and helps TNT conclude the year on a high note after the network's other new dramas, such as Dark Blue and HawthoRNe had somewhat modest returns for a network of TNT's stature. "Age" was just shy of USA's "Royal Pains" summer debut, which drew 5.6 million viewers. "The response from viewers and critics to 'Men of a Certain Age' has been amazing," said Michael Wright, executive vp, of programming for TNT in the victory lap quote. "I'm proud of everyone involved with this wonderful series, especially its creators, Ray Romano and Mike Royce, and the great cast headed by Ray, Andre Braugher and Scott Bakula." Did you tune into Men? What did you think? Source