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MERCY "Destiny, Meet My Daughter, Veronica" Season 1 Episode 7 - Preview

Watch a preview and check out photos of Mercy "Destiny, Meet My Daughter, Veronica" Season 1 Episode 7 airing Wednesday November 11 on NBC (8-9 p.m. ET). Episode Synopsis:: Estranged after Veronica's secret affair became public knowledge, Veronica (Taylor Schilling) and Mike (Diego Klattenhoff) are reunited by a Flanagan family crisis. Sonia (Jaime Lee Kirchner) is annoyed when her rich and snobby high school rival becomes her patient, only to discover that the grass isn't always greener on the other side. Meanwhile, things heat up between Chloe (Michelle Trachtenberg) and her fireman crush, and Dr. Sands (James Tupper), instructed byVeronica to move on from their past romance, does exactly so with another Mercy staffer. Kate Mulgrew, Peter Gerety, and James LeGros also star. Source & Preview

Mercy's James Tupper Previews Full-On "Violence"

Last week's Mercy ended with Mike figuring out his wife Veronica had an affair in Iraq. So, how is Mike going to fare this week now that he's digested the news of her infidelity? "It comes to violence [between Mike and Sands]," James Tupper, who plays Dr. Sands on the medical drama, tells "Very full-on, direct, action-movie violence. I felt like an action hero for the day of shooting!" Though it's hard to say why Sands has had such a hard time letting Veronica go despite her ambivalence, Tupper feels a lot of it has to do with them sharing something in Iraq. "I think being close to her is necessary for his recovery from the experience," says Tupper. While the freshman series has aired only its first six episodes, last week alone, Elisabeth Moss, Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara appeared as guest stars. Tupper also discussed an upcoming appearance by his Men In Trees co-star and mother of his child, Anne Heche. "Her character hasn't been determined yet, but she'll be written into a future story," says Tupper. "She really wants to be a part of it. It's very exciting." Even The Real Housewives of New Jersey 's Teresa Giudice and Jacqueline Laurita are scheduled to make an appearance at the series' local Jersey bar. "The Jersey housewives don't have a big acting part like with a monologue or having to cry or anything, but they're there to create the world for us in the bar, and it's hilarious and fun," says Tupper. Will a table get flung? "Funny you should ask that," laughs Tupper. We'll take that as a yes. Source Here

Ratings: Yankees' World Series Clincher Scores for Fox

The New York Yankees' World Series clincher against the Philadelphia Phillies led Fox to a Wednesday night prime-time ratings win, according to early Nielsen estimates. Game 6 coverage averaged 22.3 million viewers and pulled a 7.4 rating among 18-to-49-year-olds, the best numbers for any World Series game since 2004 when the Boston Red Sox ended their 86-year Series drought. Among the non-sports offerings, CBS cleaned up, but all the network's shows were off their usual marks. Criminal Minds had the most viewers on the night (12 million), followed by CSI: NY (11. 6 million). The New Adventures of Old Christine (7 million viewers) and Gary Unmarried (6.7 million) both outperformed ABC's comedy counterparts Hank (5.3 million) and The Middle (6.1 million). ABC took a jump up from its lead-ins at 9 o'clock with Modern Family (8.6 million viewers), but Cougar Town (6.8 million) hit a series low. Eastwick also fell to 4.6 million viewers. On NBC, Mercy (6.6 million viewers), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (8 million) and The Jay Leno Show (4.7 million) were all down. The CW 's America's Next Top Model (4 million) continued to make gains in the 18-to-49 demo, and a Vampire Diaries repeat earned 1.4 million viewers. Source Here

Mercy Q&A with Taylor Schilling and Michelle Trachtenberg - Featured

Mercy recently picked up the drama with some big developments (some romantic, some tragic, and some both), and NBC recently picked up Mercy for a full season ! SideReel joined in a Q&A with two of the show's big stars, Taylor Schilling who plays Veronica Flanagan, and Michelle Trachtenberg who plays Chloe Payne. Check out what they had to say about their characters, Mercy behind the scenes, what's to come for the rest of the season and more! Mercy Q&A with Taylor Schilling and Michelle Trachtenberg Don't miss Mercy Wednesdays on NBC at 8/7c!

The Real Housewives of New Jersey Stars to Guest on Mercy

Look out, Mercy Hospital: The Real Housewives of New Jersey 's Teresa Giudice and Jacqueline Laurita are checking in for a guest appearance. We have confirmed that Giudice and Laurita will play themselves in an upcoming episode in which the pair meets Chloe (Michelle Trachtenberg) in a New Jersey bar. Here's hoping Chloe has enough sense to duck when the tables start to fly. The casting was originally reported by Entertainment Weekly. What do you think of the NBC- Bravo crossover? Source Here

Preview of 'Mercy' 1.06: The Last Thing I Said Was

" Mercy " will present a moving performance by Elisabeth Moss next week in the episode called "The Last Thing I Said Was". The " Mad Men " star had done a guest appearance as a courageous cancer patient whom Veronica takes cue from to confess to her husband Mike that she's been in a secret affair with Dr. Sands. Meanwhile, Sonia gets relationship advice from an experienced patient and begins to question her arm's-length approach to dating, just as her cop-boyfriend Valentino goes missing. Chloe plans a reunion with a former boyfriend but her evening takes an unexpected turn when she learns some surprising news. Elisabeth Moss made her break on television starring as Zoey Bartlet on "West Wing". She is currently a regular actress for AMC's Emmy-winning series "Mad Men", playing copy writer Peggy Olson. "Mercy", a new medical series from the perspective of the nurses, has been picked up by NBC for a full season. It was previously benched for a 2010 premiere before " Parenthood " suspended its production due to a cast change. Source & Preview

NBC Picks Up Mercy, Community and Parks - Featured

Here's some happy Friday news for fans of Mercy , Community and Parks & Recreation . NBC has picked up all 3 series for full seasons. From Zap2it: "None of the three shows has made a whole lot of noise in the ratings ( Mercy is the leader of the three, averaging 7.8 million viewers a week), but as NBC tries to climb out of its fourth-place hole, it's opting for a measure of stability in the second half of the season." We recently mentioned both Community and Parks in our Fall Things Reconsidered feature. While I noted that I don't feel like Community has lived up to its potential just yet, I'm happy that it's getting a full season to grow. I mentioned...I think Parks has been much improved in its second season, so I'm thrilled that it will be sticking around. Which of these series are you most excited about their pickups? Source

MERCY "You Lost Me With the Cinder Block" Season 1 Episode 5 - Preview

Watch a preview and check out photos of Mercy "You Lost Me With the Cinder Block" Season 1 Episode 5 airing Wednesday October 21 on NBC (8-9 p.m. ET). Episode Synopsis:: After announcing to her family that she's trying to get pregnant, Veronica (Taylor Schilling) finds herself uniquely determined to save a pregnant woman and her unborn child in the aftermath of a horrible car wreck. Meanwhile, Dr. Harris (James LeGros), fed up with Veronica's repeated affronts to his authority, calls for a disciplinary hearing to determine Veronica's future at Mercy Hospital. Sonia (Jaime Lee Kirchner) helps a sleepwalking patient in his struggle for independence and cautiously moves forward in her relationship with Valentino (Charlie Semine), while Chloe (Michelle Trachtenberg) goes on an ambulance ride-along and makes a discovery that will change Dr. Harris's life forever. Diego Klattenhoff and Guillermo Diaz also star. Source & Preview

Mad Men's Elisabeth Moss to Guest on Mercy - Featured

Emmy-nominated actress Elisabeth Moss will guest star on NBC's medical drama Mercy , TV Guide Network's Hollywood 411 reported exclusively. The Mad Men actress will play Lucy Morton, a cancer patient who has lost her hair from treatment. Taking a tip from Grey's Anatomy 's Izzie Stevens, Moss' character will don a head scarf to cover her baldness. Most of Moss' scenes are with Veronica (Taylor Schilling) and Dr. Harris (James Le Gros), and she will be shooting on Friday in a New Jersey hospital. Her episode will air on Nov. 4. Hollywood 411 airs weeknights at 8/7c on TV Guide Network. Source Here

Mercy Latest Episode: Season 1, Episode 4 - 'Pulling the Goalie'

Veronica, tries to decide if the affair with Dr. Sands is really in the past, because Mike wants to start a family with her. And, while helping a veteran get treatment, Veronica's own issues from Iraq surface. On the other hand, Sonia experience the good and the bad from dating a cop, while she has to deal with a fight between two patients who are in a love-hate relationship. Meanwhile, Chloe gives hope to a young cynical patient while thinking of taking her crush on Dr. Sands to the next level. Watch & Discuss: Watch Mercy: Season 1, Episode 4 - 'Pulling the Goalie'