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"I love the communal feeling of these awards," said Scott Bakula of TNT's Men of a Certain Age. "What we are as actors, for better and for worse, is visible. So it's just great when we use that visibility to do something good, like the telethon. I mean, come on, we are so lucky in this business. To do something for other people when they need it most just feels good."
The SAG award for Star Trek was announced just moments ago during the Red Carpet Webcast for the SAG Awards. The award was co-presented by SAG Awards committee member (and Star Trek Enterprise star) Scott Bakula, who joked "I had nothing to do that!"Source
THE [SAG Awards] RED CARPET SHOW will be preceded at 6:30 p.m. (ET)/3:30 p.m. (PT) by a live, one-hour tnt.tv and tbs.com webcast on the red carpet. In addition, the recipients of this year’s Stunt Ensemble honors will be announced during the live webcast by SAG Awards Committee members JoBeth Williams and Scott Bakula.Scott & JoBeth's announcements will be at 6:16pm ET.
"'Men of a Certain Age' has been embraced by viewers and critics alike, making our decision to renew an easy one," says Michael Wright, Turner's head of programming. "We look forward to continuing our wonderful relationship with everyone involved."
Scott Bakula has signed on to reprise his role as Chuck’s spy daddy, Steve, for multiple episodes.here's the source (Ausiello) thanks to Elaine
Pops was last seen in the season 2 finale fleeing daughter Ellie’s wedding reception for parts unknown.
Chuck exec producer Josh Schwartz calls Bakula’s comeback arc — which would fall at the end of the spy comedy’s third season (premiering this Sunday!) — “the biggest thing we’ve ever done on the show.”
Bakula is currently starring in TNT’s Men of A Certain Age. With production wrapped on that show’s first season, Bakula was free to return to Chuck.
TNT’s new hit series Men of a Certain Age continues to perform extremely well, with the Monday, Dec. 28, episode delivering 3,123,000 viewers; 2,345,000 households; 1,186,000 adults 18-49; and 1,526,000 adults 25-54.
* The series also enjoyed a great performance this week. The Monday, Jan. 4, episode garnered 3,096,000 viewers; 2,365,000 households; 1,290,000 adults 18-49; and 1,693,000 adults 25-54. It ranked as ad-supported cable’s top entertainment program for the time period among viewers, households and adults 25-54.
* Men of a Certain Age has earned outstanding growth in DVR viewing, with the Dec. 7 premiere of the series growing its total audience by 36% in a comparison of Live + 7 to Live viewing.
* The Dec. 7 premiere, which holds position as ad-supported cable’s top new series launch of 2009 among households and adults 25-54, also boosted its delivery significantly in DVR viewing among those two categories. Households grew by 30%, and adults 25-54 grew by 43% when comparing Live + 7 to Live viewing. Meanwhile, the premiere episode also grew its delivery of adults 18-49 by 40% over Live viewing.
* For the first two episodes combined, Live + 7 vs. Live viewing of Men of a Certain Age delivered 34% growth among total viewers, 30% among households, 40% among adults 18-49 and 41% among adults 25-54.