24 Season 6 Scoop: Chad Lowe Joins 24

According to a press release just released by FOX. Emmy Award-winner CHAD LOWE will be joining 2006’s most Emmy Award-winning television series. The clock for “Day Six” starts ticking with a 2-night, 4-hour television event Sunday, Jan. 14 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) and Monday, Jan. 15 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. The show’s regular time period premiere is Monday, Jan. 22 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT).

Lowe will play savvy politico REED POLLOCK. He joins a list of notable newcomers this season, including Peter MacNicol (“Ally McBeal”), Regina King (“Ray”), James Cromwell (“Babe”), Kal Penn (“Harold & Kumar”), Marisol Nichols (“In Justice”), Alexander Siddig (“Syriana”) and Harry Lennix (“Commander in Chief”).

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  • Common Sense

    THOUGHT YOU MIGHT ENJOY THIS TIDBIT, JUST FOUND ONLINE. AHHH, SUCH A GOOD IDEA TO RENEW AN 11-YEAR OLD SERIES, INSTEAD OF A FLOURISHING, CRITICALLY-ACCLAIMED AND BELOVED SERIES LIKE EVERWOOD. READ ON, FRIENDS….

    The mood on the set of “7th Heaven” is hellish these days.

    After 10 years on the air, budget cuts have resulted in less rehearsal time and longer workdays for the show’s stars.

    But the biggest problem, say insiders, is the bickering among the actors, who have worked closely together for more than a decade.

    There’s suddenly tension between Catherine Hicks and Stephen Collins, who play Annie and the Reverend Eric Camden, the linchpins of the series.

    “They have conflicting acting styles. Stephen is matter of fact and down to earth — he doesn’t analyze everything.

    “But Catherine likes to take time to talk about how her character is feeling, and it infuriates Stephen, because it slows down the production.

    “He completely avoids talking with her when they’re not doing a scene.

    “Beverley Mitchell and George Stults, who play the Camdens’ daughter Lucy and her husband Kevin Kinkirk, don’t even make small talk when their scenes are over,” revealed one insider.

    Pick up this week’s issue of The ENQUIRER to read more about it.

  • Common Sense, thanks for the scoop, that sound fantastic! I will definitely check out the issue. Of course we should mention, if it’s printed in the Enquirer, it must be true!