Q: My husband and I got hooked on “Criminal Minds” and have been watching the reruns all summer. Will the show be coming back in the fall? — Nancy G., Punta Gorda, Fla.
A: I love to be the bearer of good news, as so many of my readers’ favorite shows seem to be getting canceled these days. “Criminal Minds” has been renewed by CBs for its sixth season, and it is set to premiere Wednesday, sept. 22. Also, if you just can’t get enough crime solving, midseason you can catch its spin-off, “Criminal Minds: suspect Behavior,” which is slated to star Forest Whitaker, Richard schiff and Janeane Garofalo.
Q: When will my favorite show, “Grey’s Anatomy,” be back? And can you give me any teasers as to what’s going to happen? — Ingrid F., via e-mail
A: “Grey’s Anatomy” will be back for its seventh season Thursday, sept. 23, on ABC. When I recently spoke with kim Raver, who plays Teddy Altman on the medical drama, she told me that her character gets a new love interest.
“I’m pretty sure that the triangle with Teddy, Owen and kristina is done,” kim explains. “And while I’m sad for Teddy, because it’s really hard for her, I’m just happy as a fan because the Owen and kristina story has so much more to explore.
I’m glad not to continue it, because otherwise it would have become redundant. It was a great way to establish Teddy. And so in the first couple of episodes you might actually see Teddy kind of having something romantic with a new person. she’s gonna try!”
Q: I watched “The Comedy Central Roast of David Hasselhoff” this past month on TV, and I was glad to see a lot of his old’ “Baywatch” co-stars there. I did notice a few absences, like David Charvet. Why didn’t he attend? — Mischa W. in Oregon
A: David and I talked about that when he was promoting his new movie, The Perfect Teacher, for the lifetime Movie Network (check your local listings for days and times). He told me he was invited but chose not to attend. “I love David [Hasselhoff] and really respect him. I know these roasts can get pretty mean, and I just didn’t want to do that to him.” What a class act David is, huh?
Q: I have always enjoyed watching Michael J. Fox, and I wondered if he’ll be in something else soon? — Debbie K., via e-mail
A: While the actor certainly has limited the number of roles he accepts due to his Parkinson’s disease, Michael still acts here and there. Most recently he was seen as Dwight on “Rescue Me,” and he can be seen this fall in a guest appearance on CBs’ “The Good Wife.” According to CBs, he’ll play a “shrewd and cynical” lawyer who tackles Julianna Margulies’ character in a class-action lawsuit.
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