Jennifer Beals Books Night Shift Arc
Jennifer Beals (The L Word) is scrubbing in for an extended residency at San Antonio Medical Center.
TNT Orders to Series Jennifer Beals' Supernatural Medical Drama, Ed Burns' 1960s Police Drama
Jennifer Beals is about to explore the D-word — death, that is — at TNT.
The cabler has given a 10-episode order to The L Word and Chicago Code actress’ new drama Proof, where she’ll play a brilliant but caustic surgeon who’s hired by a cancer-stricken tech millionaire (Matthew Modine) to “investigate cases of …READ MORE
Jennifer Beals to Star in Supernatural Medical Drama Pilot for TNT
Jennifer Beals will seek Proof of life beyond death as the star of a supernatural medical drama pilot for TNT …READ MORE
Pilot News: Jennifer Beals Joins ABC Soap Venice
Pilot News: Jennifer Beals, Paula Marshall Join John Corbett In CBS Drama Widow Detective
Jennifer Beals Previews Her Castle Arc: Things Get 'Tricky' When Kate Meets Rick's First Muse
Kate was not Rick’s first. That much is revealed tonight on Castle (ABC, 10/9), when Beckett meets the CIA agent on whom Clara Strike, a character in the Derrick Storm novels, was based.
TVLine Items: Jennifer Beals Cops Castle Gig, Lisa Rinna Returns to Days and More!
Jennifer Beals is Castle-bound.
The Chicago Code/L Word alumna has landed a two-episode guest spot on the ABC drama, playing …READ MORE
Fox Sets Premiere Date For Shawn Ryan's The Chicago Code
Shawn Ryan’s The Chicago Code (formerly Ride-Along) will premiere on Monday, February 7, the night after Fox’s Super Bowl broadcast.
As originally announced in May, the show will air in the Monday 9/8c slot, which it was to share with the since-canceled Lone Star. Jason Clarke and Jennifer Beals star in The Chicago Code, executive produced by Ryan and Tim Minear. It follows Chicago’s most powerful and respected cops as they navigate the city’s underbelly to fight crime and expose corruption within Chicago’s notorious political machine.
By launching The Chicago Code right after the Super Bowl, Fox will certainly try use TV’s biggest promotional platform to drive viewers to the premiere the next night.
This story was originally published by Nellie Andreeva for Deadline.com.