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Jag: Catherine Bell to Join David James Elliott on NCIS: Los Angeles

Another Jag star is returning to CBS. Deadline reports Catherine Bell will join her join her co-star David James Elliott on an upcoming episode of NCIS: Los Angeles.

Bell joined Jag in 1997 as Major Sarah "Mac" MacKenzie. The military drama ran on CBS from 1995 to 2005 and also starred Tracey Needham, Patrick Labyorteaux, John M. Jackson, Scott Lawrence, and Zoe McLellan.

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Jag Reunion! Catherine Bell to Join David James Elliott on NCIS: La

Jag Reunion! Catherine Bell to Join David James Elliott on NCIS: La
Harm’s isn’t the only familiar face Jag fans can expect to see on NCIS: Los Angeles in the coming weeks. Catherine Bell has also RSVP’d for the reunion, reprising the role of Lieutenant Colonel Sarah “Mac” MacKenzie.

Bell enters the fold during NCIS: La‘s Season 10 finale — airing Sunday, May 19 at 10/9c on CBS — when Hetty reaches out for assistance in preventing an attack on Us aircraft carriers, TVLine has learned. David James Elliot will reprise his role as Navy Captain Harmon Rabb Jr. the week prior, and also appear in the finale.

“Catherine’s ‘Mac’ was a strong,
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Jag: David James Elliott to Reprise Role on NCIS: Los Angeles

A familiar face is returning to CBS. Deadline reports Jag star David James Elliott will reprise his role on NCIS: Los Angeles.

Elliott played Harmon Rabb Jr. on Jag for all 10 seasons between 1995 and 2005. The legal drama explored cases involving "judge advocates," i.e. military attorneys, Washington D.C. area. The cast also included Catherine Bell, Tracey Needham, John M. Jackson, and Scott Lawrence. The original NCIS series is a spin-off of Jag.

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Jag's David James Elliott Is Bringing 'Harm' to NCIS: Los Angeles

NCIS: Los Angeles is literally in Harm’s way, with David James Elliott set to reprise his Jag role on the high-octane CBS drama.

TVLine has learned that Elliott will appear in multiple episodes as Navy Captain Harmon Rabb Jr., starting on Sunday, May 12 at 10/9c (aka the episode before the season finale).

In Elliott’s first episode, “The Guardian,” the NCIS team uncovers Isis sympathizers who are planning an attack on U.S. aircraft carriers. The terror threat will result in Callen (played by Chris O’Donnell) and Sam (LL Cool J) working directly with Rabb, now the
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NCIS: Could the Jag Characters Return for a Reunion?

Jag fans might be in luck. Recently, NCIS: Los Angeles showrunner R. Scott Gemmill told TVLine there may be a Jag/NCIS crossover in the works.

A legal drama, Jag followed a group of judge advocates as they prosecute and defend cases within the military. The cast included David James Elliott, Catherine Bell, Tracey Needham, Patrick Labyorteaux, John M. Jackson, and Scott Lawrence. The series ran on NBC from 1995 to 1996 before switching to CBS from 1997 to 2005.

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Is a Jag/NCIS Reunion Crossover Nigh? 'I Think the Fans Would Really Dig That'

Fans of the Jtu (Jag Television Universe) recently came closer than they know to having Harm and Mack back on their screens. The faithful should not, however, give up hope of seeing the Jag leads resurface on one of CBSNCIS series.

NCIS of course was spun off of Jag, in a two-part “backdoor pilot” that introduced Gibbs, Dinozzo, Abby and Ducky (played by Mark Harmon, Michael Weatherly, Pauley Perrette and David McCallum); watch a scene below. As recently as March, Jag vet John M. Jackson reprised his role as Rear Admiral “A.J.” Chegwidden on NCIS: Los Angeles (in
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NCIS: Los Angeles' Hetty Rescue: Watch an Extended, Action-Packed Trailer!

Now this is a trailer.

CBSNCIS: Los Angeles resumes Season 9 next Sunday, March 11, and from the look of things, that eight-week break will be worth the wait.

In the episode “Goodbye, Vietnam,” Callen, Sam, Kensi and Deeks join Hetty’s team from the Vietnam War, Sterling Bridges (played by James Remar), A.J. Chegwidden (John M. Jackson) and Charles Langston (Carl Lumbly), in a dangerous and off-the-books rescue mission to save Hetty from her captors in Vietnam.

Meanwhile back home, Mosley calls in Nell’s sister, homeland security specialist Sydney Jones (returning guest star Ashley Spillers), to assist
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Is the NCIS: Los Angeles Team Ready to Rescue Hetty? — 2018 First Look

Is the NCIS: Los Angeles Team Ready to Rescue Hetty? — 2018 First Look
NCIS: Los Angeles‘ Hetty Lange can get as good as she gives — but the badass looks to be about d-o-n-e with her involuntarily extended Vietnam visit, as seen in these exclusive photos from an early 2018 episode of the CBS drama.

Photos Get 2018 First Looks From Scorpion, MacGyver, Homeland, iZombie and Others

In the second episode of the new year, airing Sunday, Jan. 14 and titled “Cac Tu Nhan,” the team back home will uncover a clue that Hetty (played by Linda Hunt) left them regarding her whereabouts. This will (at long last) launch a rescue mission with Callen, Sam, Kensi and
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NCIS: Los Angeles Sneak Peek: Hetty Is Her Most Badass Self in 200th Episode

NCIS: Los Angeles Sneak Peek: Hetty Is Her Most Badass Self in 200th Episode
Henrietta Lange is a literal barrel of laughs in this otherwise oh-so-serious sneak peek from the 200th episode of CBS’ NCIS: Los Angeles.

PhotosQuotes of the Week From NCIS: La, Big Bang and More

When last we saw Hetty (played by two-time Teen Choice Action Actress winner Linda Hunt), her Vietnamese captor Dang (Long Nguyen) had decided that she was a far more valuable, intel-rich commodity to be auctioned off than the long-missing Harris Keane. In the exclusive clip above, we see where Hetty has since been stowed away for safe keeping — yet no cramped confines can crush her spirit,
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Jon Hamm Will Play Boba Fett in Upcoming Star Wars Audiobook

There's a new Star Wars audiobook coming out called From a Certain Point of View, which will tell 40 stories from 40 different authors. The stories will focus on several different characters throughout the Star Wars universe including X-wing pilots, droid-hunting stormtroopers, and even some of the background characters from Star Wars: A New Hope.

One of these stories focuses on Boba Fett. The story is called "Added Muscle" and the story is written from Boba Fett's perspective. The story was written by Paul Dini (Batman: The Animated Series), and Jon Hamm (Mad Men) has been cast in the role of Boba Fett! Great casting and it will be fun to hear him voice this legendary Star Wars character. Do you think Hamm is a good choice? Would you like to see him play a version of the character in a movie?

StarWars.com has released the full cast for the
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Lucasfilm announces Star Wars: From a Certain Point of View anthology

Lucasfilm has announced that it is teaming up with Del Rey Books to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Star Wars saga with the new anthology book Star Wars: From a Certain Point of View, which will feature 40 stories from over 40 different authors – each told from the perspective of a background character from Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope.

As per the official Star Wars site, the list of authors confirmed so far includes:

includes:

Ben Acker & Ben Blacker Renee Ahdieh Tom Angleberger Meg Cabot Rae Carson Adam Christopher Zoraida Cordova Delilah S. Dawson Paul Dini Alexander Freed Jason Fry Christie Golden Ek Johnston & Ashley Eckstein Paul Kemp Mur Lafferty Ken Liu Griffin McElroy John Jackson Miller Nnedi Okorafor Daniel José Older Mallory Ortberg Madeleine Roux Gary D. Schmidt Cavan Scott Sabaa Tahir Glen Weldon Chuck Wendig Gary Whitta

Star Wars: From a Certain Point of
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NCIS: Los Angeles: Daniela Ruah Previews Kensi's Sexy Salsa Dancing, Jag Nods and a 'Lovely' Proposal

NCIS: Los Angeles: Daniela Ruah Previews Kensi's Sexy Salsa Dancing, Jag Nods and a 'Lovely' Proposal
NCIS: Los Angeles‘ Kensi Blye has got moves, as we’ve seen in any number of action and fight sequences over the years. But this Sunday (CBS, 8/7c), viewers will lay witness a whole new side to the Special Agent, as she goes undercover as a salsa dancer.

TVLine invited Daniela Ruah to share how the storyline came to be (including the “baby bump” it hit along the way), reveal what smooth move of his own Deeks may have to show off and take us behind-the-scenes of Kensi’s holiday “brawl” with Anna Kolcheck.

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NCIS Season 14 Episode 1 Review: Rogue

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Hello, fellow NCIS fans, and welcome to the post-Tony Dinozzo era! I will be your reviewer this season, and I'm happy to be here! And I'm also happy to say that NCIS Season 14 Episode 1 did not disappoint me at all.

Plus, there were some nostalgic treats for long-time fans like me! So hang on to your hats, because here we go!

The cold open focusing on WIlmer Valderrama's Agent Nick Torres was interesting; we're used to seeing happy people going along and then having tragedy strike (as happened shortly thereafter with the Campbells), but here Torres, aka Miguel, quite neatly turned the hit attempt right back on the goon.

It quickly established Torres as a smart, skilled man with excellent situational awareness and a rather impressive physicality that reminded me of Ziva David's combat skills. His takedown of the two goons after he arrived in D.C. reinforced that assessment.
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How Star Wars Aftermath bridges The Force Awakens gap

Rob Leane Jul 13, 2016

Chuck Wendig's Star Wars: Aftermath novel begins bridging the gap between Return Of The Jedi and The Force Awakens...

Spoilers for Star Wars: Aftermath and Star Wars: The Force Awakens lie within.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens is a movie that a lot of people like an awful lot. Myself included. But one thing that it didn’t do was fully explain what happened between George LucasReturn Of The Jedi and Jj Abrams' 30-years-later continuation of the Star Wars cinematic saga.

When I wrote an article for this site about all the things we didn’t see in The Force Awakens, a couple of you recommended in the comments section that I check out Chuck Wendig’s canonical novel Star Wars: Aftermath to fill in some of these gaps. And I’m very glad that I did.

Because I’m a
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'One Life to Live' Star Nathaniel Marston Dies Following Car Crash

'One Life to Live' Star Nathaniel Marston Dies Following Car Crash
Tragedy has struck the daytime soap opera world today. It is being reported that Nathaniel Marston died following a car crash that took place 12 days ago. The 40 year old actor passed away due to injuries suffered in the crash. He is best known for his role as Al Holden on the ABC soap One Life to Live.

The car crash that took the life of Nathaniel Marston happened in Reno, Nevada. While he was still alive for 12 days following the crash, the prognosis grew from bad to worse shortly after he arrived at the hospital earlier this month. Nathaniel Marston's mother Elizabeth Jackson was at the scene with her son. She shared the sad news of his passing on her personal Facebook page. This is what she had to say, explaining the severity of her son's injuries.

"Dear family and friends, it is with a heavy heart that I share this devastating news.
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'Star Wars: Episode VII' Not Included in LucasFilm's Comic-Con 2014 Line-Up

'Star Wars: Episode VII' Not Included in LucasFilm's Comic-Con 2014 Line-Up
With Comic-Con 2014 just a few weeks away, many fans thought San Diego would be the first place footage or full-costumed cast photos from Star Wars: Episode VII would debut, even though director J.J. Abrams is currently in the midst production. Sadly, today, Disney and LucasFilm confirmed their Comic-Con plans, which included a brief statement confirming that Star Wars: Episode VII will not be featured in any way at the con.

"With Star Wars: Episode VII creators deep in production in anticipation of the film's December 18, 2015, release, Lucasfilm will not be featuring the movie at Sdcc."

We can always hope for the element of surprise, which hasn't served fans well in the past. No previous Con or event has served to provide a first look at Star Wars: Episode VII just yet.

However, LucasFilm and Disney did reveal several other Comic-Con events for Star Wars fans to partake in during the annual San Diego convention,
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Comic-Con 2013 - Full Schedule for Friday July 19th

Comic-Con released their full schedule of events and panels for for Friday, July 19th! It looks like another great day at the event, and we're excited to be there to cover as much as we can for you!

Friday will include panels for The World's End, Kick-Ass 2, Riddick, The Walking Dead, "DC Comics Justice League: Trinity War", Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Game of Thrones, "Marvel: Cup O' Joe," Robocop, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Veronica Mars, Robot Chicken, Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox and more!

To see the full panel and event line-up, click here. Below you'll find a few noteworthy panels. Stay tuned for all your Comic-Con awesomeness!

Friday, July 19

Star Wars Comics: Here and Now

What is the current state of Star Wars comics? Join Dark Horse editor Randy Stradley and Star Wars creators Carlos D'Anda, Corinna Bechko, Gabriel Hardman, Doug Wheatley,
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'NCIS' Season 10 finale - 'Damned If You Do': The dead just keep popping up

With familiar faces from the past, dramatic endings and hints of the future, "Damned If You Do," closed out the 10th season of "NCIS" Tuesday (May 14). It also showed why this series just keeps on going -- it reveres its past while not being afraid to blow things up.

The episode opens with a dream sequence in which Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs (Mark Harmon) is fishing with his late mentor, Mike Franks (Muse Watson, proving once again that death is no impediment to ongoing guest appearances). After some talk about the inadequacies of catch-and-release fishing, Franks pumps gunshots into the water. He vanishes, but Gibbs soon finds himself surrounded by floating bodies that just keep rising to the surface.

By the end of this labyrinth episode, Department of Defense Investigator -- and apparently experienced blackmailer -- Richard Parsons (Colin Hanks) fails, at least for the moment, in his quest to
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What to Watch Tuesday: New Girl's 'Swift' Exit, NCIS and 3 Other Finales, Sytycd Starts & More

What to Watch Tuesday: New Girl's 'Swift' Exit, NCIS and 3 Other Finales, Sytycd Starts & More
On TV this Tuesday: Taylor Swift is the New Girl at Cece’s season-ending wedding; tons of hopeful hoofers think they can Dance; NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles and The Mindy Project come to a close and nothing Golden can stay. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.

8 pm NCIS (CBS) | Season finale: Now that the manhunt for Bodnar has turned into a witch hunt targeting Gibbs, it’s time to bring in Chegwidden! John M. Jackson reprises his Jag role, while Muse Watson “reappears” as Mike Franks. (Check out some preview photos and get some scoop.) (Yep, renewed.)

8 pm
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New NCIS Season 10,Finale Episode 24 Spoilers & Clips Hit The Net

New NCIS season 10,finale episode 24 spoilers & clips hit the net. Last night, CBS released the new spoilers and sneak peek/spoiler clip (below) for their upcoming "NCIS" finale episode 24 of season 10. The episode is entitled, "Damned If You Do," and it looks pretty dramatic and intense as the investigation heat comes down hard on Gibbs,he tries to fight the charges,and more. In the new "Damned If You Do" finale episode, Gibbs and the team are going to be assigned legal counsel after the department of defense Ig investigator puts their future at the agency in jeopardy. The international manhunt for Eli David and Jackie Vance's killer, will end up, turning into a federal witch hunt against Gibbs and the team, which is going to question their unconventional methods and threaten their future at the agency. The episode will also show guest stars: Colin Hanks as Department of Defense Ig Investigator Richard Parsons,
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