Watch a sneak peek of LIE TO ME "Black Friday" Season 2 Episode 7 which airs on Monday November 16 at 9pm on Fox. Episode Synopsis: A troubled teenager believes he was abducted as a baby and turns to the Lightman Group to help him uncover the secrets of his past. Meanwhile, Loker investigates the origin of a deadly stampede that occurred at a megastore the day after Thanksgiving in the all-new "Black Friday" episode of LIE TO ME airing Monday, Nov. 16 (9:01-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Source & Preview
Melissa George will guest-star in at least two episodes of Fox's Lie to Me as an adversary for Tim Roth's character, TVGuide.com has confirmed. George ( Grey's Anatomy , Alias ) will play Clara Martin, the sassy younger wife of a murdered billionaire. After being exonerated for the murder, Clara assumes control of her husband's empire. Though she goes toe-to-toe with Lightman (Roth), they bond over their shared eccentricities. George, whose casting was first reported by Entertainment Weekly, will first appear in Episode 11. Source Here
Watch a preview of Lie To Me "Lack of Candor" Season 2 Episode 6 which airs on Monday November 9 at 9pm on Fox. Episode Synopsis: When a government witness is murdered, the FBI hires The Lightman Group to determine who leaked the witness' whereabouts to the killers and to protect Agent Reynolds, the star witness in the case. When Reynolds refuses to testify in the case, Lightman and Foster learn he is hiding something in his past in the all-new Lack of Candor episode of Lie To Me airing Monday, Nov. 9 (9:01-10:00 PM ET/PT) on Fox. Source & Preview
Check out photos of Lie to Me "Grievous Bodily Harm" Season 2 Episode 5 which airs on Monday October 26 at 9pm on Fox. Episode Synopsis: A face from Lightman's past pulls him into a dangerous criminal conspiracy, testing his friendship and loyalty. Meanwhile, The Lightman Group investigates a high school student's homicidal threats in the "Grievous Bodily Harm" episode of Lie to Me airing Monday, Oct. 26 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on Fox. Source & More Photos
* Trauma (9/8c NBC) It's all fun and games until someone gets hurt. That adage holds true in this Halloween episode when a party gets out of control and the paramedics are called in. While Tyler and Boone work through the carnage, Nancy and Glenn are spooked by an unusual call. It's never a dull day on the job for these folks. * Gossip Girl (9/8c The CW ) Albert Hammond Jr. performs in this week's episode, which spotlights the opening of Chuck's club in his new hotel. Needing some publicity for the event, Chuck leans on Serena and her new PR connections. Blair, meanwhile, needs to get back on Chuck's good side, so she tries to secretly help him. Elsewhere, Rufus works on getting Lily into the Halloween spirit, while Dan watches something he finds unsettling in a film - no, it's not a horror scene, but one of Olivia's on-screen sex scenes. * Lie to Me (9/8c Fox) Life hasn't been a bowl of cherries for Cal this season: Last week he was held hostage and tonight an old friend gets him mixed up with the mob. And then there's the Lightman Group's persistent cash-flow problem, which he caused when he bought out Zoe's share of the business to keep her (and, more importantly, Emily) from moving to Chicago. At least he has a friend in Gillian to lean on. Whether they'll ever be more than that remains an open question, but they have been friendlier lately. * Monday Night Football (8:30/7:30c ESPN) Philadelphia and Washington collide in what should be a contentious divisional affair after each team got in the Halloween spirit last week with frighteningly bad losses to the lowly Raiders and Chiefs. The Redskins' 2-4 start is even worse considering that Philly (3-2) is the first team they've played that has even one win. Not surprisingly, head coach Jim Zorn's job is hanging by a thread. Andy Reid's Eagles, meanwhile, are slowly seeing injury-prone running back Brian Westbrook (a D.C.-area native) get his groove back, giving QB Donovan McNabb one more reliable weapon against a tough 'Skins defense led by rookie end Brian Orakpo. * Cake Boss (10/9c TLC ) Buddy Valastro, top baker and all-around good guy, is back for another season of this tasty reality hit, which chronicles life inside his booming family-run bakery in Hoboken, N.J. In the Season 2 opener, a customer orders an engagement-ring cake, which he plans to present to his girlfriend when he proposes in the bakery. Awww, how sweet (literally)! Source Here
Fox has ordered three more episodes of Lie to Me , according to The Hollywood Reporter. The additional scripts bring the crime drama's second-season order to 16 episodes. A midseason replacement last January, piggybacking American Idol , Lie to Me has been off to a slow start this fall, losing nearly half of lead-in House's audience each week. Do you think Lie to Me will receive a full-season pickup? Source Here
Lie to Me made some behind-the-scenes changes this season, translating into on-screen changes for Kelli Williams' character, Gillian Foster. The 39-year-old former star of The Practice says the addition of executive producer Shawn Ryan and a focus on character-based stories has helped the series, which premiered as a midseason replacement in January. Williams says she welcomes the changes, which have opened numerous possibilities for Foster's future. "Foster was in a much heavier place at the end of last year with her marriage falling apart," Williams says. "This season there's a little bit more levity in the office. And since I'm no longer with my husband, there are a lot of places they can take Foster." For one thing, the writers chose to make Foster less of a stickler. When investigating a cultlike religious group for tax fraud earlier this season, Foster was less interested in making a case for the IRS and more focused on helping one of the families escape from the group's leader. "I like that my character is doing things that she wouldn't otherwise do," Williams says. "Because Lightman (Tim Roth) is always breaking the rules, Foster has always been in the position of having to be the one that is the rule follower. It's so much more fun to break the rules, and I think it's good for her to be uncomfortable in that. She's being driven by something else, and she's having to say, 'F--- it, I'm going to do this because I'm passionate about it.' It's fun, short of her getting arrested." Monday's episode finds Foster and all the Lightman Group employees in danger when a man (guest star Garret Dillahunt) takes the scientists hostage to prove he didn't murder his wife. Foster says the episode allows Foster and Lightman to get a little closer. "There's definitely a few moments in that episode that Foster really feels for Lightman and falls apart," Williams says. They've been stuck with each other for years, and they've been really supportive of each other. They care for each other a great deal, but I don't know if it makes sense to get them together." "We can care for each other and be supportive and have those more tender moments and not need to become a couple," Williams continues. "Sometimes it's more fun to keep that flirtation there. Personally, I'm not ready to consummate anything." But Lightman is going to need her support in the coming episodes. "Lightman is going to get into a lot of scrapes. He gets his butt kicked for reading people," Williams says. "It's fun to see that the truth can truly hurt." Lie to Me airs Mondays at 9/8c on Fox. Source Here
Watch a preview of Lie To Me "Honey" Season 2 Episode 4 which airs on Monday October 19 at 9pm on Fox. Episode Synopsis: Eric Matheson (guest star Dillahunt), a man suspected of killing his wife, is brought in for questioning by the Lightman Group. Determined to prove his innocence, he takes drastic measures that put the team's lives in danger in the Honey episode of Lie to Me airing Monday, Oct. 19 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on Fox. Source & Preview
Mekhi Phifer went straight from the end of ER to join the cast of Lie to Me . You saw him in the season premiere as special agent Ben Reynolds from the FBI. Now that the Lightman group helped his judge pass the vetting process, he's going to be on board for future cases. "The FBI has required their services for all their top priority cases and I kind of came along with that package," Phifer said. "From bombings to kidnappings, I know the next episode we have a big Vegas episode. We're dealing with poker players and the World Series of Poker. The stories just never end." Read More: Starpulse.com - Mekhi Phifer Tells Us The Truth About 'Lie To Me'
Zoe enlists the Lightman Group to investigate a star college football player accused of attacking a girl. Meanwhile, Foster and Loker travel to a religious compound to find out whether itâs actually a nefarious cult. Watch & Discuss: Watch Lie to Me: Season 2, Episode 2 - 'Truth or Consequences' Read Lie to Me's Review: Season 2, Episode 2 - 'Truth or Consequences'