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Casting Couch: Estes Hooks Up with "Women's Murder Club"

Ah, remember the days of Silk Stalkings?

Rob Estes has signed on to co-star on ABC's drama Women's Murder Club, based on the series of books from James Patterson.

Series, which revolves around the crime-fighting heroics of homicide detective Lindsay Boxer (Angie Harmon) and her three friends, all who have unique investigative skills that they bring to the mix.

On Women's Murder Club, Estes will play the ex-husband of Harmon's character, an ambitious police lieutenant with whom she has--wait for it--unresolved feelings. (Gee, you didn't see that one coming, now did you?) The role, which was quite small in the original pilot episode, has now been expanded for Estes.

As for Estes, who has such credits as Melrose Place, The Evidence, Gilmore Girls, and the aforementioned Silk Stalkings to his name, he most recently appeared on CSI: Miami in a recurring role.

In other casting news, Edward Herrmann has joined the cast of Grey's Anatomy in a multiple episode story arc.

For those of you still hurting from the creative slide (and eventual cancellation) of Gilmore Girls, here's your chance to catch the former Richard Gilmore in a new role.

Details about Herrmann's role on Grey's Anatomy are being kept closely guarded by ABC, but it's been indicated that he will play a doctor in at least three episodes next season.

Stay tuned.

What's On Tonight

8 pm: Ghost Whisperer (CBS); 1 vs. 100 (NBC); WWE Friday Night SmackDown (CW; 8-10 pm); Set for Life (ABC); Austin Powers in Goldmember (FOX)

9 pm: Jericho (CBS); Las Vegas (NBC); Greek (ABC); Standoff (FOX)

10 pm: NUMB3RS (CBS); Law & Order: Criminal Intent (NBC); 20/20 (ABC)

What I'll Be Watching

9 pm: Doctor Who on Sci Fi.

On tonight's episode ("Daleks in Manhattan"), the Doctor new traveling companion Martha Jones visit Manhattan in the 1930s, where they investigate the disappearance of people off of the streets and discover a diabolical plot (is there any other kind?) involving the pig men and the Time Lords' ancient enemies, the Daleks.

9 pm: Jericho.

On tonight's installment ("Semper Fidelis"), Marines arrive in Jericho with the promise to restore law and order to the besieged town, but Jake naturally discovers that these guys aren't even really Marines at all, while Sarah takes Hawkins' family hostage in order to get the package from him.


Hmm...interesting casting but I read the script for the pilot and was very underwhelmed. Not sure how it will do overall.
Anonymous said…
Yawn. Rob Estes is still around? This pilot was sooooo boring.

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