Q: Since James Wolk is now on "The Crazy Ones," does that mean he won't be in the next season of "Mad Men?" - Julie Marks, Milwaukee A: The actor made such an impression in Season 6 of "Mad Men" as ever-chipper ad agency man Bob Benson, it's a good bet AMC and series mentor Matthew Weiner would like to have him back. It probably will end up depending on shooting schedules, and it may be a help that the seventh and final season of "Mad Men" will be split into two halves ... with the first being shown next year and the last in 2015.
Q: Could you tell me if "Leverage" will be coming back, or was it canceled? - Judy Guarino, Depew A: It was canceled. TNT showed the finale of the Timothy Hutton-starring series on Christmas in 2012, and the episode had been made with the thought that it could be the last one.
ION Television has had rights to repeats of the show's five seasons since last year, and (as of last month) all those seasons are available on DVD.
Q: It was interesting to see Tracy Pollan on her husband Michael J. Fox's new show. What else has she been doing lately? - Jim Rollins, Palm Coast, Fla. A: She played Beth Holloway, mother of the missing Natalee Holloway, in Lifetime movies in 2009 and 2011, and she had a multiple-episode arc on "Medium" in 2009.
She also fared well with guest roles on a couple of the shows in the "Law & Order" franchise, "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" and "Law & Order: Criminal Intent."
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