Exclusive: Person of Interest Targets Matt Lauria
Does Matt Lauria interest you? Because he soon is about to become a Person of Interest for John Reese and Mr. Finch.
TVLine has learned exclusively that the Friday Night Lights alum is set to guest-star on CBS’ freshman drama as … READ MORE
CSI Scoop: Matt Lauria Collars FBI Agent Arc
Former Chicago Code cop Matt Lauria is transitioning from the police department to the FBI with a multi-episode arc on CSI, sources confirm to TVLine. READ MORE
Friday Night Lights Guys Cheer Show's Emmy Chances - Plus, Parenthood Scoop!
Will Friday Night Lights score its biggest underdog victory on Sunday night, and take home the Emmy for Outstanding Drama Series? Matt Lauria and Michael B. Jordan, who played Luke and Vince on the acclaimed drama series, would love nothing more than to see Team Dillon get its long-awaited and -deserved due. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEOS
FNL Vet Matt Lauria Talks Burn Notice Face-Off, Hails 'Extraordinary' Chicago Code
Michael Westen has met his match, and it’s… Matt Lauria?
When the Friday Night Lights and Chicago Code vet visits Burn Notice this Thursday (USA Network, 9/8c), he’ll come bearing some bad news for Michael: His character, an ex-Special Forces operative named Ethan, has beaten Jeffrey Donovan’s counterpart at one of his own games. But before they can stage a rematch …READ MORE
Exclusive: Burn Notice Scoops Up Chicago Code Cop Matt Lauria
Preview: The Chicago Code Heats Up - Literally
The Chicago Code resumes its freshman run tonight (Fox, 9/8c) with one of the cop drama’s literally hottest hours to date.
Yes, the cases and political wheelings and dealings are as volatile as ever, but more to the point the episode is set during a very nasty heat wave. And that doesn’t help any in keeping hot-tempered people cool. READ MORE
Matt Lauria's Spoiler-Free Friday Night Lights Finale Thoughts: 'It Blindsided Me!'
Saying goodbye to Friday Night Lights was tough, but thank goodness The Chicago Code came around when it did because TV without Matt Lauria isn’t really TV — am I right?
I recently had the good fortune to chat with the Dillon football stud-turned-rookie cop, who was nice enough to offer his insights on FNL‘s series finale. And knowing that not all of you are DirecTV inclined, he prefaced his thoughts with this request: “Only if you promise not to do anything to spoil it for the NBC fans.” …READ MORE