Bridget Moynahan

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She used to date a Patriot (see: Tom Brady), so it makes sense that Bridget Moynahan is storming Bunker Hill.

  • Per the Hollywood Reporter, the thesp has signed on to costar with Donnie Wahlberg in a new series from über-producer Jerry Bruckheimer for TNT. The drama follows a cop named Mike Moriarty (Wahlberg) who returns to the Bunker Hill neighborhood of Boston, where he grew up, to battle and put an end to the ongoing corruption and crime there. Moynahan, 37, will play Moriarty's sister-in-law Erin, who bears a love-hate relationship with him following the death of her police officer husband.
  • Former Frasier star John Mahoney and actress Hope Davis are headed into therapy as the latest additions to the season-two cast of HBO's Emmy-winning In Treatment, starring Gabriel Byrne. Mahoney will take the role of a CEO who's losing control of his life, while Davis plays a high-powered malpractice attorney who blames her therapist, Paul Weston (Byrne), for the fact she's single and childless.
  • Vince Vaughn is looking for a few good men as he's in final talks with 20th Century Fox TV to develop and executive produce a single-camera half-hour comedy about two guys fresh out of college who are about to strike out in the big bad world on their own for the first time.
  • Adam Brody of The O.C. fame, Entourage star Debi Mazar and actors Jake Busey, Olivia Thirlby, Alan Tudyk and Josh Gad have been tapped to lend their voices to Good Vibes, Fox's upcoming animated high school comedy written by Pineapple Express helmer David Gordon Green. The story revolves around two high school surfer dudes who live by the beach in California. Far out!
  • Kevin Sussman is set to play the title character in Fox's comedy pilot Sincerely, Ted L. Nancy, following a letter-writing prankster who takes his frustrations out on consumer screwups by paying bizarre visits to corporate headquarters to seek revenge for the little guy.
  • Last but not least, Nip/Tuck castmember Jessalyn Gilsig reunites with producer-director Ryan Murphy for Fox's Glee, which follows a Spanish teacher named Will who takes over a high school glee club full of outcasts. The thesp will play Will's wife and a former glee-club member.


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