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<em>Quantum Leap:</em> A Beckett Family Reunion Coming to <em>Men of a Certain Age</em>

Quantum Leap: A Beckett Family Reunion Coming to Men of a Certain Age

September 16, 2010
An upcoming episode of Men of a Certain Age will reunite Scott Bakula with his Quantum Leap brother, David Newsom. TV Guide reports that Newsom Read more . . .
2009-10 Cancelled or Ended TV Shows Nominated for Emmy Awards

2009-10 Cancelled or Ended TV Shows Nominated for Emmy Awards

July 9, 2010
The Emmy nominations are out and, as is the case each year, there are several surprises. What isn’t a surprise is that several shows that Read more . . .
<em>Men of a Certain Age:</em> TNT Renews Show for Season Two

Men of a Certain Age: TNT Renews Show for Season Two

January 17, 2010
Men of a Certain Age season twoTNT has faith in their freshman series Men of a Certain Age. So much that they've decided to renew it for a second season before the first one is only half aired. Men Of A Certain Age follows the lives of three male friends who are adjusting to the challenges of middle age. The show stars Ray Romano, Andre Braugher, and Scott Bakula, and also features Norma Jean, Braeden Lemasters, Matt Price, Brittany Curran, Brian J. White, Shelly Desai, Lisa Gay Hamilton, Little JJ, Kwesi Boakye, Penelope Ann Miller, and Michael Hitchcock. The series debuted to big numbers on December 7th, attracting 5.4 million viewers. That represented ad-supported cable's top launch of 2009 for households and those ages 25-54 (a natural demographic for the series). The numbers have dropped significantly since the premiere, with the most recent installment hitting a series low of about 2.9 million viewers. Despite the decline, TNT believes in Men enough to renew the show for another round of 10 episodes. TNT executive VP Michael Wright said, "Men of a Certain Age has been embraced by viewers and critics alike, making our decision to renew an easy one."
<em>Star Trek: Enterprise:</em> Scott Bakula on Movie Shoutout and What Might Have Been

Star Trek: Enterprise: Scott Bakula on Movie Shoutout and What Might Have Been

December 7, 2009
Though Scott Bakula’s Star Trek: Enterprise only lasted four seasons (versus other Treks that lasted seven), no one can accuse the actor of resting on Read more . . .

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