NBC releases full-length trailers of new fall shows, including "Bluff City Law," "Perfect Harmony" and "Sunnyside."
When CBS announced earlier this year that it had picked up a new drama series from <strong>Vince Gilligan</strong> (“Breaking Bad”) and <strong>David Shore</strong> (“House”), and that it would star former "All My Children" actor <strong>Josh Duhamel</strong> (ex-Leo du Pres), "Guiding Light's" <strong>Aubrey Dollar</strong> (ex-Marina Cooper) and <strong>Dean Winters</strong> ("Oz," "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit"), the network would only say that the series, "Battle Creek," would air sometime in midseason. Last week the network announced that the series will air on Sundays at 10:00 PM ET/PT, beginning <strong>March 1</strong>. The series replaces "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," which currently occupies the timeslot and will air its season finale two weeks prior to the launch of "Battle Creek."
"She has her own style. She has her own sense of order. She has her own gun. Justice is sweet," reads the tag from the newly released film, "Miss Meadows," starring actress <strong>Katie Holmes</strong> ("Dawson's Creek") as a substitute teacher who on the surface is well mannered and full of grace, but secretly takes matters into her own hands when life appears out of control and no one else is around to make things right. "The Young and the Restless'" <strong>Kate Linder</strong> (Esther Valentine) co-stars in the film as Principal Trudy Navis.
Adam and Chelsea’s baby drama is just not heating up on “The Young and the Restless,” but that hasn’t stopped Chelsea’s portrayer, Melissa Claire Egan, from pulling double duty as of late: The actress just landed a guest-starring gig on CBS’s new comedy, “We Are Men!”