Are We Having a Lesbian Moment on Television? Top Critics Weigh In!

Last month, at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour, where the networks bi-annually bring stars and producers from their new and returning shows, Ellen DeGeneres was asked whether she saw a groundbreaking aspect to the new NBC sitcom, “One Big Happy.” DeGeneres is the executive producer of the new series, along with out writer/creator […]

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‘CSI: NY’ Returns On A New Night, With A New Face And Old Foes

‘CSI: NY‘ had to rethink its plan for Season 7 when Melina Kanakaredes opted to vacate the role of Stella, setting the stage for Sela Ward (‘Sisters’) to join the cast as a new investigator, Jo Danville. That, coupled with a new Friday time slot, presented the CBS crime drama with an opportunity to court […]

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‘CSI: NY’ Makes Transition With Little Hoopla and A ‘Genius’ Twist

CBS’ ‘CSI: NY‘ – which this fall moves to Fridays at 9/8c – has a lot to accomplish in its Season 7 premiere airing September 24. For one, there’s the none-to-small matter of how the Messers extricate themselves from the closing scene of the finale, in which Danny found cray-cray killer Shane Casey in their […]

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Sela Ward Joins ‘CSI: NY’ In Season Premiere

Sela Ward has officially been added to the the cast of ‘CSI: NY,’ it was announced on Tuesday – some 24 hours after word got out that original cast member Melina Kanakaredes was leaving the CBS series. Melina Kanakaredes Out At ‘CSI: NY’! Sela Ward In? Ward, who won Emmys for her work on ‘Sisters‘ […]

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Melina Kanakaredes Out At ‘CSI: NY’! Sela Ward In?

File this one under “CS-WHY?”: After six seasons as Stella Bonasera, Melina Kanakaredes is leaving CBS’ ‘CSI: NY.’ And according to at least one outlet, a familiar face is being eyed to replace her. “We hoped Melina would return to ‘CSI: NY’ for another season, but we respect her decision to move on,” reads a […]

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