Joe Spano, who currently plays FBI Agent Tobias Fornell on NCIS, will be trading off his uniform for a chance to play a man of cloth on USA Network's In Plain Sight, which will conclude its third season on June 30. According to Fancast, Spano will guest-star as Gabriel Andrews, a priest who decides to enter WitSec after witnessing the murder of a parishioner's daughter in the season finale of In Plain Sight. Consequently, this means he'll be giving up his higher calling. Moreover, Gabriel finds himself in a somewhat unexpected line of work--"one that ultimately could bring his way the same sort of danger he is trying to escape." Spano, who is also credited for his roles on Hill Street Blues, NYPD Blue, and Murder One, is just one of the many guest stars this season on In Plain Sight. Past guest actors include Laura San Giacomo, Keith Nobbs, Joshua Malina, Steven, Weber Donnie Wahlberg, Lesley Ann Warren, and Cristian de la Fuente. Source Here
There are lots of ways to handle awkward situations. Ignore them, which makes them worse (See: this week's Breaking Bad and Glee ). Force them into the open, which can get emotional ( Losing It with Jillian ). Or just hit someone ( Royal Pains ). This week's episode of The Bachelorette reminded us that the one thing you should never do is change the subject to the weather. What's the best way to deal with an uncomfortable moment? See No. 1 on our list. Welcome to Top Moments, elephant-in-the-room edition. 10. Least-Necessary Entourage: The Real Housewives of New Jersey 's Danielle brings her parolee friend Danny as her escort to a fundraising event. So far, so good. But then he arranges for a few friends to join them - including a Hell's Angel and a guy who looks straight out of Goodfellas. Why all the muscle? It's an event for sick kids. Is she worried about someone flipping a table on her? 9. Worst Meeting: Don't you hate it when your worlds converge? Like when your wife meets the sleazy attorney who helps launder your drug money? That never happens to you? Then consider yourself luckier than Breaking Bad 's Walter White, who squirms through a miserable meeting between lawyer Saul Goodman and Walt's not-quite ex, Skyler. Goodman, played by a masterful Bob Odenkirk, can barely restrain his condescension as he explains his money-management schemes. Then Skyler discloses that she's a bookkeeper. It sets up a dramatic change in the dynamic of Breaking Bad, as Skyler joins Walt in hiding his ill-gotten gains. This should go smoothly. To Read More Click Here .
If this short holiday week has you all confused over what day it is, it's Wednesday , so be sure to plan your TV schedule accordingly! Tonight, the So You Think You Can Dance auditions continue, and more surprisingly, Happy Town returns after a 3-week hiatus! And don't forget to watch my boyfriend Kenny kick butt on the Real World/Road Rules Challenge (just kidding about the boyfriend part, but I'm sure he really will kick some serious butt)! See what else is new tonight: 8/7c So You Think You Can Dance on Fox 9/8c America's Got Talent on NBC 10/9c Happy Town on ABC In Plain Sight on USA Network Top Chef Masters on Bravo Real World/Road Rules Challenge on MTV Toddlers and Tiaras on TLC -- season premiere!
Laura San Giacomo, who is perhaps best known for playing the role of Maya Gallo on the NBC sitcom Just Shoot Me!, will be joining the cast of In Plain Sight when the drama series returns with new episodes beginning June 2. According to the press release, Giacomo's debut episode, which is entitled "Death Becomes Her," revolves around a woman from an organized crime family who "experiences a major health scare and witnesses her beloved niece repeating all of her mistakes. After she becomes vocal about her disapproval of her family's life, her cousin threatens her and she decides to take action and turn to the Feds. One problem: she has a secret that puts her status in Witness Protection in jeopardy, so she turns to the one person who can help -- her new friend Mary Shannon." Check out the video and photos below for a sneak peek of next week's episode of In Plain Sight. Source & Preview
Watch a preview of the upcoming episode IN PLAIN SIGHT titled "Son of Mann" Season 3 Episode 8 airing this Wednesday May 19 at 10pm on USA. Episode Synopsis: Seth Mann, a legendary Marshal whose career spans decades and who also happens to be Marshall's father, comes to Albuquerque to work on Operation Falcon, a nationwide sweep of open warrants. Meanwhile, Brandi returns to Albuquerque with a suspicious story about her disappearance and a surprise guest connected to her past. Geoff Pierson, Aaron Ashmore and Joshua Malina guest star. Source & Preview
Watch a preview of the upcoming episode IN PLAIN SIGHT titled "Love's Faber Lost" Season 3 Episode 7 airing this Wednesday May 12 at 10pm on USA. Episode Synopsis: FBI Agent Mike Faber returns to Mary's life when he gives her a new witness: Natalie, a key witness and co-conspirator in a nationwide mortgage fraud scheme which was operated by major gangs to raise millions for drugs and weapons. Mary is forced to work closely with Faber, who appears to have an alternate agenda: sparking a romance between the two. Steven Weber guest stars in "Love's Faber Lost". Source & Preview
Watch a sneak peek and check out photos of the upcoming episode IN PLAIN SIGHT titled "No Clemency for Old Men" Season 3 Episode 6 airing this Wednesday May 5 at 10pm on USA. Episode Synopsis: When a hardened bank robber who's been in prison for decades is finally paroled, it falls to Mary to help him acclimate to life on the outside and keep him from falling back into a life of crime. Meanwhile, when one of Mary's other witnesses becomes the victim of a revenge plot, Marshall steps in to help out only to find himself in a predicament when the witness prefers him to Mary. Fred Ward guest stars in "No Clemency for Old Men," premiering Wednesday at 10/9C! Source & Preview
Man, they are really keep it moving with solid guest stars! Laura San Giacomo will be coming on as a witness in the June 2nd episode. I enjoy her a lot. You won't want to miss it! Guest Star
* American Idol (8/7c Fox) It's all about inspiration this week on Idol. Last night, the seven still-standing singers performed a batch of inspiring tunes, a proper lead-in to tonight's uplifting "Idol Gives Back" episode, an initiative that raises funds for U.S. and global charities and brims with performances. Queen Latifah emcees the performance portion of the show from the Pasadena Civic Auditorium, where Alicia Keys (last night's mentor), Carrie Underwood, Black Eyed Peas, Annie Lennox, Elton John, Jeff Beck and Joss Stone, and Mary J. Blige take the stage. But on such a giving evening, something might be taken away: One of the Top 7 singers is slated to be eliminated. * Mercy (8/7c NBC) There's something about Mary Stuart Masterson, who resumes her guest-star arc in this character-driven hospital drama. Masterson's character, therapist Dr. Denise Cabe, comes to the fore when she continues treating nerve-jangled nurse and war vet Veronica, who's still coping with her post-traumatic stress disorder. Then there's Chloe, who desperately searches for an ER patient who may have a deadly affliction. Meanwhile, Sonia's role in her home-care patient's death comes into clearer focus. * Accidentally on Purpose (8:30/7:30c CBS) The first season closes with the conclusion of a two-parter, in which Billie goes into labor. In the previous episode, she lied about going into labor to get Zack out a speeding ticket. The officer insisted on escorting them to the hospital, where their real labors began - trying to escape without the officer seeing them. They did, with Davis' help, only to get stopped again... but this time, Billie isn't faking, and the real fun begins. Oh, except for Zack getting arrested and taken to the police station. * In Plain Sight (10/9c USA Network ) Steven Weber guest stars as an FBI agent who teams up with Mary and Marshall to persuade an informant to enter witness protection. The trio has its work cut out for them and must try to get through to the stubborn man, but Weber's character could face an even bigger challenge when he seems to take a liking to Mary. Stan, meanwhile, has his hands full as well with an ex-boxer witness who's suffering from dementia. * P.O.V. (9/8c PBS) Season 23 begins with Robert Kenner's provocative Food, Inc. The documentary examines the change in food production that's occurred over the past generation, when the corporatization of agriculture led to a few companies controlling almost everything. Here's one tidbit to chew on: Although a corn diet increases the risk of E.coli in cows, corn is what they're fed. As food-safety advocate Barbara Kowalcyk notes, "we're not being protected at a most basic level." And she should know: Her 2-year-old son died in 2001 from an E. coli infection. Source Here
Tonight's lineup is sparse on series premieres and season finales, but it's certainly not short on TiVo-worthy television! American Idol 's results show is doubly long tonight with its 2-hour "Idol Gives Back" special! And The CW makes a comeback after 2 days full of reruns with a new episode of America's Next Top Model , Fly Girls , and High Society . See what else is new tonight: 8/7c American Idol on Fox -- 2 hours! America's Next Top Model on The CW Mercy on NBC The New Adventures of Old Christine on CBS 8:30/7:30c Accidentally on Purpose on CBS 9/8c Fly Girls on The CW 9:30/8:30c High Society on The CW 10/9c CSI: NY on CBS In Plain Sight on USA Network South Park on Comedy Central Top Chef Masters on Bravo 10:05/9:05c Law & Order: Special Victims Unit on NBC Don't forget to check out the SideReel editorial team's new page, Reel Critics ! What will you be watching?