This fall marks the end of that chapter and the beginning of yet another as he returns to the small screen for his first TV role since colleague Greg Beeman, who now directs on the third-year drama, reached out to Welling and convinced him to accept the new role with simple advice: "' Don't overthink it.
On the bonus side, Section 13 does have a procedural-type format going for it, and we all know CBS loves case-of-the-week types of stories.
It’ll still be a few months before CBS makes big decisions about what TV programs to sign on for next fall, but we’ll let you know if Section 13 ends up making the cut.
Unfortunately, in 2011, Jones was sentenced to 366 days in federal prison, convicted on a charge of conspiracy to possess illegal drugs with the intent to distribute.
He was released on October 12, 2012 after serving 10 months, and returned to acting.
For now, go ahead and check out what is set to premiere at midseason with our winter TV premiere schedule.
After 10 years and 217 episodes following a young Clark Kent as he evolved and finally embraced his destiny to become Superman, Welling got into his car and started driving from the Vancouver set all the way to his home in Los Angeles. for the final time after wrapping the series finale, a strange and exciting feeling washed over him.If it moves forward, it will star Welling as a former CIA black ops member.When the story picks up, Welling’s character will have already left the CIA and become a private contractor."You do a show for 10 seasons, and it's an action-adventure series, that's a lot of work. He gave it his all so he wanted to recharge," Gough says."By going into a show like which is an established hit on a big network, it's a great way to get your feet wet again but it's not all on your shoulders.The drive started off as any other — it was his tradition every season to make the dayslong trek along the coast at the beginning and end of each season of The CW's superhero drama. "I just remember finally crossing the border and being like, ' I'm free!