TV GUIDE SEPTEMBER 19-25 2004

 

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Crossing Jordan

STARTS: 9/26, 10 PM, ON NBC

WHERE WE LEFT OFF: Crime-solving coroner Jordan (Jill Hennessy) was cleared as a suspect in a police chief's murder when the culprit was revealed to be her brother, who promptly killed himself.

TRAVEL NIGHTMARES: The Season opener brings new meaning to the words traffic jam as a blackout hits Boston, and Jordan gets trapped with a gang of bank robbers in a multicar pileup inside the city's new Ted Williams Tunnel. In another episode, she investigates a mass-casualty plane crash that may have been the work of terrorists.

WHO'S IN: Cop Woody Hoyt (Jerry O'Connell) is now a full-time regular and part-time love interest for Jordan. "We'll flirt with the idea of them getting together and see where it goes," says executive producer Tim Kring. Sounds like somebody's afraid of commitment.

 

 

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WHO'S OUT: Ivan Sergei (Dr. Peter Winslow) has left Jordan for NBC's drama Hawaii, and Jennifer Finnigan (Devan Maguire) will split at mid-season to star in a Peacock sitcom.

CROSSING OVER: During November sweeps, James Caan and Josh Duhamel will travel from NBC's Las Vegas to Jordan to probe a high roller's mysterious midair death. One night later, Hennessy and O'Connell will return the favor by visiting Vegas, baby.

 

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