A year has passed since House ran Wilson's car into Cuddy's living room - and House has spent most of it in prison. Now House only has to stay out of trouble for five days to win his parole. However, events conspire against him when a mysterious ailment strikes a fellow prisoner while a gang leader wants House to procure pills for him.
House S8 starts on Wednesday at 18 July at 21:30
Hugh Laurie as Dr. Gregory House
Omar Epps as Dr. Eric Foreman
Robert Sean Leonard as Dr. James Wilson
Jesse Spencer as Dr. Robert Chase
Peter Jacobson as Dr. Chris Taub
Olivia Wilde as Dr. Remy "Thirteen" Hadley
Odette Annable as Dr. Jessica Adams
Charlyne Yi as Dr. Chi Park
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28 Nov : Post Mortem
House and Wilson go on a road trip to Cleveland to see Julie Christie. Meanwhile, Chase wonders if he should stay or go.
21 Nov : The C-word
the team must go on without him and handle the case of a six-year-old girl.
31 Oct: Gut Check.
Meanwhile, House surprises Wilson with some news and Chase offers to help Park with her living arrangements.
24 Oct: Blowing The Whistle.
Meanwhile, Adams asks Wilson and her teammates for help when she suspects that House is concealing an illness.
17 Oct: Love Is Blind.
House's mother Blythe tells her son about her new relationship.
10 Oct: Man Of The House.
House and his green-card wife Dominika try to fool Immigration.
5 Sep: Perils of Paranoia
Meanwhile, Chase and Taub take an interest in Foreman's social life, Park starts to get into the swing of things when House preys on her paranoia, and Wilson becomes obsessed with learning if House has a gun.
29 Aug: Dead & Buried
However, House would rather pursue the case of a deceased four-year-old and will go to any lengths to solve it... including going back to prison. Meanwhile, Park wonders why Chase is obsessed with personal grooming.
22 Aug: Parents
Meanwhile, Taub tries to cope with the fact that his ex-wife wants to take their new daughter and move cross-country, and House schemes to get rid of his ankle monitor and go to a boxing match.
15 Aug: The Confession
Meanwhile, House becomes obsessed with convincing Taub to prove that he's the father of his two six-month-old daughters.
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His most recent film work includes the voice of Acer in Cars 2 and the upcoming independent mockumentary style comedy feature And They're Off opposite Cheri Oteri, Kevin Nealon and Sean Astin. Additional film credits include the comedy What Just Happened directed by Barry Levinson, Transformers directed by Michael Bay, action thriller Domino with Keira Knightley, Failure To Launch and "Good Night, and Good Luck," which receivedÂ a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination for Outstanding Ensemble Cast.
On television, Jacobson most recently filmed a guest starring role on an upcoming episode of The Good Wife and starred opposite Debra Messing in the Emmy Award-nominated miniseries The Starter Wife, and opposite Peter Krause and Julianna Margulies in The Lost Room, a six-hour miniseries nominated for two Emmy Awards. His other work includes the television films Path to War and 61* and guest-starring roles on the TV series CSI: Miami, Will & Grace, Criminal Minds, Boston Legal, Scrubs and ER.
Jacobson spent many years doing theater in New York, appearing in a variety of plays such as The Taming of the Shrew, the Public Theatre's Shakespeare in the Park presentation of Comedy of Errors, Waiting for Lefty directed by Joanne Woodward, David Mamet's The Water Engine at the Atlantic Theatre Company and the original New York productions of John Patrick Shanley's Four Dogs and a Bone, Steve Martin's Picasso at the Lapin Agile and The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged).
A Native of Chicago and a graduate of Brown University, Jacobson attended The Juilliard School. He splits his time between New York and Los Angeles.
Spencer has worked extensively in the U.K. and Australia, both in television and theater. He starred in the acclaimed BBC drama Death in Holy Orders and has had starring roles in the BBC adaptation of Lorna Doone and Hallmark's Stranded. He began his career starring in the long-running Australian soap, Neighbours.
The Australian actor's lead roles in U.K. theater have included Terrence in The Modernists, directed by Robert Delamare at the Sheffield Crucible Theatre, and the title role in Peter Pan at the White Rock Theatre.
Spencer lives in Los Angeles
Epps was also nominated for an NAACP Image Award for Best Actor for his performance in the December original cable movie Conviction. Epps has starred in three original cable movies, First Time Felon directed by Charles Dutton; Daybreak co-starring Cuba Gooding Jr.; and Deadly Voyage produced by Danny Glover. This true story is about African stowaways on a ship bound for France. Once discovered by the French crew, each stowaway was killed off with the exception of one - Kingsley Ofusu. Epps portrayed Ofusu and won the Silver NymphÂ Award for Best Actor at the Monte Carlo Film Festival for this role.
Epps made his film debut in 1992 in Ernest Dickerson's urban drama Juice. He went on to star in the college cult classic The Program alongside Halle Berry, and in John Singleton's acclaimed film, Higher Learning. From here, Epps also starred in The Wood, In Too Deep with LL Cool J, and in the cult classic, Love and Basketball.
Epps' other credits include Alfie opposite Jude Law and Susan Sarandon; Against The Ropes opposite Meg Ryan; Takeshi Kitano's Brother; The Mod Squad with Claire Danes; Breakfast For Champions opposite Bruce Willis and Nick Nolte; and The Wayans Brothers' Don't Be A Menace To South Central While Drinking Your Juice In The Hood.
Epps' production company BrooklynWorks Films has produced the musical feature film You, Me & The Circus. In addition, he has several other film and television projects in various stages of development, some of which he has written and will direct.
Epps began writing at the age of ten and attended the prestigious LaGuardia High School of Music, Art and Performing Arts in New York. He is very passionate about education and writing and continues to give back in these forums. In addition, Epps is launching the BrooklynWorks Foundation which will ultimately be an arts based non-profit organization that will work with under-privileged kids. Epps also serves on the advisory board of The Creative Coalition.
Epps lives in Los Angeles.
Robert Sean Leonard
Robert Sean Leonard has carved a distinguished career on stage and screen. He is a three-time Tony Award nominee and won the 2001 Tony Award for Best Featured Actor for his performance in The Invention of Love. In 2003, he was nominated in the same category for his performance in Long Day's Journey into Night, which also starred Brian Dennehy, Vanessa Redgrave and Philip Seymour Hoffman. He was most recently seen on stage in the 2011 Broadway revival of Born Yesterday.
Leonard's extensive theater credits include The Violet Hour, the Broadway productions of The Music Man; The Iceman Cometh with Kevin Spacey; Arcadia; Candida, for which he received a Tony nomination; The Speed of Darkness; Breaking the Code; and Brighton Beach Memoirs. He also appeared in the West End production of Our Town.
In 2001, Leonard starred in Richard Linklater's film Tape with Ethan Hawke and Uma Thurman, and was in the ensemble drama Chelsea Walls, directed by Hawke and based on the playÂ of the same name.
Born in New Jersey, Leonard began acting at age 14 at the Public Theater in New York. At 19, he made his film debut in the acclaimed Dead Poets Society starring opposite Robin Williams and Hawke. His film credits include Much Ado About Nothing, The Age of Innocence and Mr. & Mrs. Bridge.
While filming House, Leonard lives in Los Angeles with his wife, daughter and two dogs.
Hugh Laurie was born in Oxford, England, and educated at Eton College and Cambridge University, where he took a degree in anthropology. He rowed in the Cambridge and Oxford Boat Race of 1980 and was elected president of the venerable Footlights Revue. Along with Stephen Fry and Emma Thompson, Laurie produced The Cellar Tapes, which won the Perrier Award at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe of 1981 and propelled the trio into a number of groundbreaking British television shows, including four seasons of A Bit of Fry and Laurie, which Laurie co-wrote for the BBC with Stephen Fry; three seasons of Blackadder; and three seasons of "Saturday Live." In addition, four seasons of Jeeves and Wooster, basedÂ on the novels of P.G. Wodehouse, aired on Masterpiece Theatre from Â 1990-1995.
On the big screen, Laurie's credits include the upcoming holiday animated release Arthur Christmas opposite James McAvoy and Jim Broadbent and the upcoming film The Oranges opposite Catherine Keener and Leighton Meester. He recently completed production in Papua New Guinea on the upcoming film Mister Pip.
Previous feature credits include the animated films Hop, opposite Russell Brand and James Marsden and Monsters vs. Aliens opposite Reese Witherspoon and Seth Rogen; Street Kings opposite Forest Whitaker and Keanu Reeves; Flight of the Phoenix opposite Dennis Quaid; Peter's Friends directed by and co-starring Kenneth Branagh; Sense and Sensibility with Emma Thompson and Kate Winslet; Cousin Bette with Jessica Lange; The Man in the Iron Mask; 101 Dalmatians; and the Stuart Little movies with Geena Davis.
On American television, Laurie portrayed Vincente Minnelli opposite Judy Davis in the network telefilm Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows. He also appeared in Tracey Takes On... and Friends. His voiceover credits include Family Guy and The Simpsons episode.
Laurie has directed television programs and commercials, including the HOUSE Season Six episode "Lockdown," composed and recorded numerous original songs and written articles for London's The Daily Telegraph newspaper. Four volumes of "A Bit of Fry and Laurie" scripts have been published by Mandarin, and his first novel "The Gun Seller" was published in both the U.K. and the U.S. to critical acclaim and has been adapted into a screenplay.
Laurie's performance as "Dr. Gregory House" has garnered him two Golden Globe Awards for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series, six Emmy nominations for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series and two Screen Actors Guild Awards for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series. He has twice been honored by the Television Critics Association with TCA Awards for Individual Achievement in Drama.
After signing a record deal with Warner Bros. records, Laurie recorded the New Orleans blues album Let Them Talk which has been released in the U.S. and internationally. Recorded at sessions in Los Angeles and New Orleans, the musical and vocal collaboration is produced by two-time Grammy Award winner Joe Henry.
Laurie is a spokesperson for L'Oreal Paris Men.
While filming House, Laurie lives in Los Angeles.
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