Elementary‘s forthcoming seventh season will be its last, CBS announced Monday. “A lot of parties came together and talked about their positions on the show — both in terms of business and in terms of creative — and we all decided that this was an opportune time to say goodbye to a show that has […]
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On July 8, actor Nelsan Ellis died of complications from heart failure at age 39. Ellis is best known for his turn as Lafayette on HBO's "True Blood."
Nelsan Ellis, best known for his role as Lafayette Reynolds on HBO’s 'True Blood,' has died. He was 39.
Liu has been directing episodes of Elementary for several seasons now — as well as work for other shows and a short film — and has no trouble managing even when she’s in the scene she’s directing. The scene being shot is Shinwell (Nelsan Ellis) and Watson’s first interaction since he beat down Sherlock a few episodes ago, so the betrayal is still fresh. Take a look at the finished scene above, then see how they got there below.
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Lucy Liu welcomed son Rockwell Lloyd via gestational surrogacy in 2015 and now reveals how motherhood has changed her life for the better. “The priorities shift,” the 47-year-old actress told "The Insider With Yahoo" as she celebrated 100 episodes of her CBS show Elementary. On Saturday, Lucy celebrated her little one’s first birthday with a sweet photo on Instagram.
Sherlock will get an assist from a familiar CBS face during Elementary‘s apocalyptic 100th outing. The Mentalist‘s Owain Yeoman will guest-star in the milestone installment — slated to air Sunday, Oct. 30 — as Holmes’ boarding school classmate, TVLine has learned exclusively. The hour, titled “Henny Penny The Sky Is Falling,” “revolves around the murder of […]
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(Credit: CBS, Starz, FX) Why reward your mother with flowers or chocolates for Mother’s Day when you can give a gift that’s impossible to place a value on: getting answers to her burning questions about her favorite shows! That’s how the Yahoo TV staff chose to honor our mothers… although we got them flowers and chocolates, too. Armed with their questions, we reached out to the power players of such Mom-approved shows as The Americans, Elementary, and NCIS to get answers to such queries as: Where does Joan Watson get her oh-so-fashionable crime-solving clothes? And: Why is Outlander’s Frank Randall much more likable in the Starz series than in Diana Gabaldon’s books?
CBS has given early renewals to 11 returning series including "Blue Bloods," "NCIS: Los Angeles," "NCIS: New Orleans," "Hawaii Five-0," "Madam Secretary," "Elementary and "Scorpion."
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If the big news about the fourth-season premiere of Elementary is that it introduces Sherlock Holmes’s father, the reason I watched the two episodes made available for critics is for who’s playing Daddy: John Noble, from my (and your?) beloved Fox show Fringe (2008-2013). As the brilliant, troubled Walter Bishop, Noble gave a wonderful performance — two of them, in fact, since he was Walter in parallel worlds on Fringe. Many of us feel Noble deserved an Emmy for the role, and I can only hope that moving to a bigger hit on a network more likely to attract Emmy voters will help Noble’s chances as he moves into Elementary on Thursday night in an episode titled “The Past Is Parent.” Putting aside my Noble-mania for a moment, the season premiere finds Sherlock (Jonny Lee Miller) coming to terms with his drug relapse from last season. This hasn’t helped his relationship with the law, and Aiden Quinn’s Gregson has some bad news for Holmes and Lucy Liu’s Watson about their continued employment with him.
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Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu in Season 4 of ‘Elementary’ (CBS) When last we saw it, Elementary was heading down its darkest path to date, with Sherlock (Jonny Lee Miller) relapsing on heroin. With fear in our hearts, we got on the phone with executive producer Rob Doherty and begged him to assure us that the crime procedural wasn’t about to become a drug drama of despair.
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