Olivia Wilde, is currently filming Rush, a Ron Howard (Apollo 13) directed project based on the true story of Formula 1 race car driver Niki Lauda. The actress, whose previous film credits include In Time and Tron: Legacy, is also returning as Dr. ‘Thirteen’ Hadley for House’s series finale. Ever so humble, Wilde is thankful for not being pigeonholed by Hollywood and getting the chance to inhabit a wide variety of roles.. (Click on the audio player to hear Olivia Wilde)
Catch Olivia Wilde when she returns for the House Series finale May 21, on FOX
In the fourth season of “House,” Dr. Christopher Taub was one of the three new doctors that made it through the “Survivor”-like weeding-out process, and he’s been a mainstay on the show ever since. Dr. Taub has also become the most identifiable role Peter Jacobson’s taken on in his nearly two decades as a working actor. And he’s fine with that — he says the scenes he’s done with Hugh Laurie have been a definite career highlight for him, and he knows his fans love those scenes as well. (Click on the on the audio player to hear Peter Jacobson)
Eight seasons of “House” has given fans more than 160 episodes to choose from as their favorite. And if you were to ask the show’s devoted fans to pick one, you’d get a lot of different answers. But if you were to ask Robert Sean Leonard, who stars as Dr. James Wilson on the medical drama, he’d tell you that for him, the show peaked early — his favorite was “House’s” very first episode! (Click on the audio player to hear Robert Sean Leonard)
“House” fans: What are your favorite episodes? Share your thoughts with us!
As you’ve no doubt heard, the “House” crew will hang up its scrubs this May and call it a day after eight seasons. Hugh Laurie, who stars in the Fox medical drama, was a well-known comic actor in the UK, but he was a relative unknown in the USA, where audiences had only seen him in a handful of supporting roles. In fact, when Laurie went in to audition, executive producer Bryan Singer had never heard of him. However, Laurie thinks that lack of awareness worked to his advantage, because it allowed viewers to buy into the character, rather than the actor playing him. (Click on the audio player to hear Hugh Laurie)
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POTENTIAL SPOILER ALERT! If you haven’t watched Monday night’s episode of “House” yet, avert your eyes and immediately check it out on your DVR or VOD. Then come back and read the rest of the story, because we’re referencing a major plot point from the “Nobody’s Fault” episode.
Yesterday, we foreshadowed that Monday night’s episode would be a game-changer for at least one of the “House” doctors, and it certainly was. Dr. Chase (Jesse Spencer) is now fighting to regain the use of his legs after being stabbed by a patient. And toward the end of the episode, did we actually see a moment of possible empathy from Dr. House (Hugh Laurie)?
Things may never be the same again for Chase, but could this incident also spark a change for House as well? After all, he’s been grimacing (and medicating) through severe leg pain ever since we knew him, so he certainly knows the challenges and suffering that lie ahead for Chase.
So we asked Jesse Spencer if the relationship between the two doctors will fundamentally change — if House is now looking at Chase as a younger version of himself.
New episodes of “House” air Monday nights at 8/7c on Fox.
Tonight’s brand-new episode of “House” won’t look like an ordinary episode of “House.” It won’t feel like an ordinary episode of “House,” either. And for at least one of the doctors at Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital, tonight’s episode can best be described as a real game-changer.
We’ve already seen the episode — it’s intense, it’s dramatic, and it’s shocking. Without spoiling anything, here’s what we can tell you: After things go horribly wrong during a patient’s treatment, Dr. House (Hugh Laurie) faces a disciplinary review, and the diagnostics team’s methods are called into question.
Fox All Access spoke with Jesse Spencer, who plays Dr. Chase on the show, and he’s excited to see the show “step outside the box” for what he feels is a truly special episode.
“The elephant in the room,” as Spencer put it, is a theme that’s been central to the show through all of its eight seasons, but has never been addressed as blatantly as it will in tonight’s episode: When it comes to solving medical mysteries, do the ends justify the means?
Watch the all-new episode of “House,” tonight at 8/7c on Fox.
Fox’s hit medical drama “House” has made Hugh Laurie a household name here in the United States. But you may be surprised to learn that the show has aired in more than 60 countries, and it’s been a huge success worldwide. Laurie told us he’s somewhat amazed by the overseas popularity of the series, and thinks he’s better off not knowing why. (Click on the audio player to hear Hugh Laurie)
Dr. Gregory House is one of the most popular characters on television. For eight seasons, the doctor has made audiences both love and hate him. Hugh Laurie, who has played the character so brilliantly, thinks that House is so successful because young and old audiences can relate to the doctor that we all love and hate at the same time. (Click on the audio player to hear Hugh Laurie)