Edward Furlong is back in jail, according to TMZ.com.
The Terminator 2 actor returned to court Monday in conjunction with his recent arrest for...
Edward Furlong was arrested Sunday morning for allegedly attacking his girlfriend, TMZ reports.
According to his booking report, the Terminator 2 actor was taken in at 5:45 a.m. Sunday morning and is still being held in custody in lieu of $50,000 bail. He is due in court on Wednesday.
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Weeks after ABC announced the cancellation of freshman series Last Resort, Robert Patrick has been promoted to a series regular for...
Joe Manganiello, Robert Patrick
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Robert Patrick has been cast as Alcide's father on True Blood, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Patrick will portray Jackson Herveaux, whose debt to ...
Edward Furlong was jailed Tuesday after violating a protection order on his wife, according to E! Online.
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In November, Furlong pleaded no contest to criminal charges stemming from a restraining order his ex-wife had filed. On Tuesday, the 33-year-old actor was arrested during his probation hearing after the judge learned Furlong had...
Michael Westen (Jeffrey Donovan) and his team of spies for hire close out the first half of Burn Notice's fourth season with a bang — and a cliff-hanger — as they deal with the threat posed by Robert Patrick's arrival last week.
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The Terminator 2: Judgment Day star plays the powerful CEO of a telecommunications company involved in funding shady covert activities. Now in Miami and backed by a small army, he's on a mission to retrieve his ciphered bible from Mikey...
Lena Headey and Thomas Dekker in The Sarah Connor Chronicles by Joe Viles/Fox
With the Fox network, it's often all about the mid-season, the time when shows like American Idol and 24 come along to rescue the network from its fall doldrums. Not that it's impossible for any of Fox's September newcomers to catch on. The Kelsey Grammer/Patricia Heaton sitcom Back to You looks very commercial. The situation is admittedly tougher for the downbeat New Orleans crime drama K-Ville or the murky supernatural crime drama New Amsterdam (about an immortal detective) to buck the odds and be a factor come January. While it's possible one or both may hit its mark, you can't help but feel that they might as well be titled "Placeholder 1" and "Placeholder 2" (shades of last fall's Vanished, Justice and Standoff).Once again, Fox is holding back one of its biggest guns (literally) for January. Easily the most anticipated show on the network's lineup is The Sarah Connor Chronicles (look for the word Terminator to be added to the title before it premieres): a high-octane, big-budge...
Per the Hollywood Reporter, Thomas Dekker, aka Claire's freshly mind-swiped bud, Zach, on Heroes, has been cast as savior-of-humanity John Connor in The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Fox's drama pilot set in the aftermath of the Terminator 2 film. (In related news, Heroes is replaying the fall finale Saturday at 9 pm/ET. Watch poor Eden stain the window all over again.)Also, Variety reports that Rebecca Romijn is joining ABC's Ugly Betty as a series regular, playing the mystery woman who has been conspiring with Wilhelmina to take over "Mode" minus any blue body paint, I am sad yet behooved to report. UPDATE: ABC's own press release reads, "Romijn will play the mysterious woman behind the mask who's been plotting to take over 'Mode.'"
In The Unit episode "Bait," which airs Nov. 28, Jonas is bound and thrown into a room with a bag over his head, and his captors are about to draw his last blood. He proves himself to be Houdini, however, by persuading them that he's more valuable to them alive than dead. Houdini, master of illusion and escape we never know who's the rabbit and who's the fox. Jonas manipulates his captors to have them videotape him with their terms of release. As he reads their demands, he secretly signals to his comrades back home. He pulls more than one rascally rabbit out of his hat in order to escape, only to be captured and returned, bound and tortured. Meanwhile, Washington suits aren't interested in negotiations, so Colonel Ryan has to perform his own sleight of hand before our Houdini runs out of rabbits.On the home front, Colonel Ryan's wife, Charlotte, who was shot at the end of last season's finale, is now hooked on pain meds. Driving under the influence, she wrecks another w...