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Alias (tv program)

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  • 'Undercovers': Boris Kodjoe, Gugu Mbatha-Raw are more -- and less -- than meets the eye

    When executive producer J.J. Abrams did the hit espionage drama "Alias" for ABC a few years ago, he sent superspy Sydney Bristow (Jennifer Garner) all over the world but seldom left the greater Los Angeles area (or even the Walt Disney Studios lot). So...
  • Reviews: Forget 'Charlie's Angels,' 'Prime Suspect' is remake to watch

    Reviews: Forget 'Charlie's Angels,' 'Prime Suspect' is remake to watch
    Two new series premiering Thursday try to reinterpret iconic detective shows—with completely different results. “Prime Suspect” (9 p.m. Sept. 22, NBC; 3 stars), an adaptation of the British series that made Helen Mirren an international...
  • Review: Ally Walker deserves more in 'The Protector'

    Review: Ally Walker deserves more in 'The Protector'
    Ally Walker has played layered, compelling characters in FX's "Sons of Anarchy" and in NBC's "Profiler," making her one of those actresses you just can't ignore. But not even she can keep my interest in "The Protector" (9 p.m. June 12, Lifetime; ** out...
  • Lisa Kudrow dishes 'Web Therapy'

    Lisa Kudrow's latest series is poised to make many more friends. The Emmy winner as Phoebe on "Friends" has been honored as a pioneer of online programming such as "Web Therapy," which she created as Internet "Webisodes" only a few minutes long. The...
  • 'Missing' lacks 1 spy weapon: A little levity

    'Missing' lacks 1 spy weapon: A little levity
    Give me a series about a strong woman who kicks ass and my fat butt is glued to the couch. "Missing" (7 p.m. Thursday, ABC; 2 stars out of 4), sadly, may not keep it there. The new series stars Ashley Judd as Becca Winstone, who a decade ago became a...
  • A King's suspense greets Brosnan's return to TV in 'Bag of Bones'

    Before he was James Bond, he was Remington Steele … and he's also a Stephen King fan, a boon to Pierce Brosnan in his return to television. In recent years a star of such movies as "Mamma Mia!" and the Roman Polanski-directed "The Ghost Writer," the...
  • Famous Painter of Dismembered People, "Leslie Rice," Used as Alias by Lockhart Murder Suspect

    Famous Painter of Dismembered People, "Leslie Rice," Used as Alias by Lockhart Murder Suspect
    What's in a name? For one of Jaren Lockhart's suspected killers, an alias was either part of a con-job, or perhaps, something more monstrous. Cops say before being arrested, suspect Terry Speaks used the alias "Leslie Rice", "Leslie Allen Rice"or "Allen...
  • 'The Hangover' star Bradley Cooper has a new place to hang

    'The Hangover' star Bradley Cooper has a new place to hang
    Bradley Cooper, who starred in the Golden Globe-winning movie "The Hangover," has a new hangout -- a town house in the 35-unit Dogtown Station in Venice. The actor plans to use it as office space for his Indiana & 22nd production company. The 2,198...
  • Change at the Top of 'My Own Worst Enemy'

    NBC's new show "My Own Worst Enemy," about a guy leading a double life, is getting a new behind-the-scenes personality. Creator Jason Smilovic is stepping back from the day-to-day running of the show, which stars Christian Slater as a suburban father...
  • TV Review: 'Eli Stone'

    TV Review: 'Eli Stone'
    It's fitting that the pilot of "Eli Stone" is built around George Michael's song "Faith" (with an appearance by Michael himself). Because this is a show where you have to accept a few things that seem less than rational. If you don't -- or if you're...
  • Aussie Actress Lands 'Fringe' Lead

    Always a fan of relatively unknown brunettes, J.J. Abrams as cast a young Aussie star as the lead in the FOX drama "Fringe." According to The Hollywood Reporter, Anna Torv is looking to add to the star-making luster Abrams developed by giving series...
  • Mira Sorvino Gets Medieval on NBC

    NBC has greenlit its first miniseries in a couple of years, signing Mira Sorvino and Victor Garber for a thriller called "The Last Templar." The miniseries centers on archeologist Tess Chaykin (Sorvino), who gets drawn into an investigation of the...