Oscars 2015: Best and Worst Moments
It was a very good night for TV actors at the 2015 Academy Awards — with Patricia Arquette (Medium, CSI: Cyber), J.K. Simmons (Oz, The Closer, Law & Order) and even READ MORE
TVLine Items: Patricia Arquette’s CSI Encore, Oz Fave on Blacklist and More
Patricia Arquette will soon return to the scene of the crime.
Exclusive CSI Spin-Off Sneak Peek: Patricia Arquette Knows How to Make an Entrance
CSI begins a new chapter Wednesday (CBS, 10/9c) when it introduces Patricia Arquette as Special Agent Avery Ryan, the main character of CSI‘s potential cyber crime-focused spin-off. And in TVLine’s exclusive first look, she proves she’s not to be trifled with. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
CSI Spin-Off Scoop: Patricia Arquette to Star in CBS' Cyber Crime-Themed Offshoot
The Emmy winner will play …READ MORE
Boardwalk Empire Adds Patricia Arquette
Female Law-Enforcement Crushes Tourney Opens With Castle, X-Files, Medium, Warehouse 13 and V
Their stated goal is to uphold the law of the land and put the bad guys behind bars, but every TV fan knows that our favorite small-screen cops, detectives, and agents — as well as their colleagues who semi-officially serve in crime-fighting capacities — have a duty to increase pulses and raise the temperatures of whatever rooms they enter. …READ MORE AND VOTE
It's Official: CBS Cancels Medium
On Thursday morning, Medium creator Glenn Gordon Caron officially confirmed the show’s cancellation with a message to the show’s fans, announcing that the Jan. 21 seventh season finale will be a series finale:
“It’s true. Allison Dubois will dream her last dream on “Medium”, Friday, January 21st. In what we believe will be a series defining episode, Allison and her family will stare destiny in the eye. And destiny will not blink.”
The writing for the 7-year run starring Patricia Arquette had been on the wall since CBS recently cut back the veteran series’ order to 13. Medium had cheated death once after its original network, NBC, cancelled it in 2009. It made a lot of money for producer CBS TV Studios through its lucrative syndication deal with Lifetime.
This story was originally reported by Nellie Andreeva for Deadline.com.