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Vegas (CBS) Episode 3 “All That Glitters”

Vegas  “All That Glitters” Episode 3  airs Tuesday, Oct 9 (10:01-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Episode Synopsis : When Mia’s father Johnny, a hot-headed mob kingpin with a gambling problem, visits the Savoy, it causes Savino problems and gives Sheriff Lamb a reason to break out the handcuffs, on VEGAS, Tuesday, Oct. 9 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Jonathan Banks guest stars as Angelo, a Chicago mob boss who accompanies Johnny to Las Vegas. Read More...

Vegas (CBS) Episode 2 “Money Plays”

Vegas  “Money Plays” Episode 2 airs Tuesday, Sept. 25 (10:01-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Episode Synopsis : Sheriff Ralph Lamb, his brother Jack and son Dixon investigate the murder of a craps dealer in an apparent home robbery that seems to be connected to a matching crime. Meanwhile, Savino needs to quickly figure out how to gain  the trust of his new count room manager assigned to him – Mia Rizzo, the daughter of a mob boss in Chicago – if he ever wants to achieve his goals in Vegas, on VEGAS, Tuesday, Oct. 2 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Sarah Jones (“Alcatraz”) joins the cast as Mia Rizzo. Read More...

TV ratings: 'NCIS' and 'Vegas' open big Tuesday while 'The Mindy Project' starts slowly

Fast National ratings for Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2012CBS got big ratings from its pair of "NCIS" shows Tuesday on the way to an across-the-board win for the night. Both "NCIS" and "NCIS: Los Angeles" were on par with their debuts last season, while new drama "Vegas" topped the premiere of "Unforgettable" last year in viewers (but not adults 18-49).Elsewhere, "The Voice" came down some for NBC but was still a strong player in the 18-49 demographic. "Go On" and "The New Normal" also fell some in the face of the other networks' premieres, but both remained competitive.FOX's comedies had a rougher start. "New Girl" was well off its strong debut last year (although in line with where it ended last season), and newcomers "Ben and Kate" and "The Mindy Project" posted only modest numbers. CBS scored a robust 17.2 million viewers and a 10.6 rating/17 share in households in primetime, finishing way ahead of ABC...

Is CBS' Vegas a Safe Bet or a Big Gamble?

CBS' new drama Vegas has made a lot of headlines by putting its money on Dennis Quaid , who's making his debut on series television. But is the network also taking a bit of a gamble? Quaid plays real-life rancher-turned-sheriff Ralph Lamb, who begrudgingly agrees to police 1960s Las Vegas against Michael Chiklis ' Vincent Savino and other mobsters who are trying to get a foothold in the casinos. Although the drama is built on a CBS-friendly, case-of-the-week model, it's also a set in the past. And last season's The Playboy Club and Pan Am are non-living proof that period pieces can struggle to find an audience. Executive producer Nicholas Pileggi , the man behind such mob stories as Goodfellas and Casino , isn't worried. "This is a fascinating period," he tells

'Vegas' Taylor Handley always stops at lemonade stands and 7 other things to know

You may remember Taylor Handley the boy from "The O.C." nearly a decade ago, but now Taylor Handley the man is starring on CBS drama "Vegas" as Sheriff Lamb's (Dennis Quaid) son Dixon. Zap2it has named him one of our Ones to Watch for the 2012-13 season and we caught up with Handley to find out more about him off-screen.What's the most embarrassing song is on your iPod? "Promises in the Dark." But I dig the guitar lick, so whattaya gonna do.Zombie apocalypse or alien invasion? I'm prepped for either. Bring it. Do you have any strange phobias? People coughing behind me on airplanes.Tell us one thing that the general public doesn't know about you.  If I have cash, I always stop at lemonade stands. Support the budding entrepreneurs!  Tell us about your first kiss.It was kindergarten. She called it french kissing, but it was more of a sloppy mess. If you could guest star on...

CBS Takes To 'Vegas'

Ever wonder what happened in Vegas? The east meets the west in this 1960s showdown between those who uphold the laws and those who break them this Fall on CBS.

'Vegas' Taps 'Gangster Squad' Actress for Guest Spot (Exclusive)

Hayley Strode will play the secretary for a mobster who turns up missing in the new CBS drama.

CBS Releases Details About Premiere Episodes of New Series Including 'Elementary', 'Vegas' & 'Made in Jersey'

CBS has released details about the premieres of the network's new series.

Alcatraz's Sarah Jones Takes Up Residence in Vegas

Those still mourning the loss of Alcatraz — we won't lie, we are — will find some solace this fall when Sarah Jones joins the cast of CBS' new drama Vegas . Vegas is inspired by the true story of Las Vegas Sheriff Ralph Lamb ( Dennis Quaid ), a rancher who goes up against powerful gangster Vincent Savino ( Michael Chiklis ) to help bring order to 1960s Sin City. Jones will play Mia, the smart and beautiful daughter of a Chicago heavy hitter, who works alongside Savino in the casino. Read More...

CBS Releases Posters for New Fall Shows: Elementary, Made in Jersey, Vegas and Partners

CBS has four new series premiering this fall: three dramas and a comedy.  At their TCA presentation today, the network unveiled posters for its new shows. Elementary is a contemporary take on the legendary characters of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson set in New York City, features series stars Jonny Lee Miller (Holmes) and Lucy Liu (Watson). The new comedy series Partners is about two life-long best friends and business partners in New York City whose "bromance" is tested when one of them is engaged to be married. David Krumholtz plays Joe, an architect who is newly engaged to Ali (Sophia Bush), a jewelry designer, and Michael Urie plays Louis, Joe's gay friend/co-worker who is dating Wyatt (Brandon Routh), a nurse. Read More...