CBS is getting ready to cross the streams: NCIS and Hawaii Five-0 will have a two-part crossover stunt for May sweeps.
The story will launch on a Monday with an episode of Hawaii then finish up during an NCIS hour on Tuesday. The story concerns the outbreak of a virus that is possibly being used as a murder weapon. Previously, NCIS co-star Daniela Ruah appeared on Hawaii, so it’s… Continue reading ‘NCIS’ cast talks 200th episode, plans ‘Hawaii Five-0′ crossover
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Eva Mendes was spotted in Paris on the set of her latest film Holly Motors and images reveal an Amy Winehouse look-alike. Maybe it’s the red beehive hair or absurd dark eyeliner but Mendes is definitely channeling the late singer. Unfortunately, for us, the Cuban-American actress isn’t playing Winehouse. While there’s… Continue reading Cine Latino: Eva Mendes Mistaken for Amy Winehouse? Sofia Vergara Crowned Best Crossover Star, Michael Peña Appreciates the Letter “Ñ”
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NCIS: LA‘s Kensi Blye (Daniela Ruah) will soon be kicking ass a little west of Los Angeles when she heads to Hawaii Five-0 in an upcoming episode of the show’s second season. But what takes her all the way to the sandy shores of Hawaii? In real life, it didn’t take much, NCIS: LA executive producer… Continue reading ‘NCIS: LA’ exec producer spills on Kensi’s trip to ‘Hawaii Five-0,’ possibility of another crossover
It’s a match made in procedural heaven.
A CBS spokesperson confirmed the news NCIS:LA cast member Daniela Ruah excitedly tweeted today: Her character, Kensi Blye, will head to Hawaii Five-0 for an episode in the fall. “Aloha hoaloha! Read my lips closely… Kensi will make her way to Hawaii Five-0 this season! Stay tuned…,” Ruah wrote.
No further details about the episode were released, but I have a burning question… Continue reading ‘NCIS: LA,’ ‘Hawaii Five-0′ to have crossover episode
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Lisa Kudrow’s Web Therapy has not had a typical trip to television to say the least. The series, which finds Kudrow playing Fiona Wallace, a not-so-accredited therapist who conducts sessions online, already has three seasons worth of three- to seven-minute webisodes available for viewing. But tonight marks its Showtime debut, where the show takes on a… Continue reading Lisa Kudrow talks ‘Web Therapy.’ Plus, will there ever be an ‘Episodes’ crossover?