Guest Star Guide: Terrell Tilford Plays a Detective on 'Madam Secretary' Tonight

Y&R's Terrell Tilford visits Madam Secretary tonight on CBS.
Daytime alums are popping up all over the tube over the next few weeks--in primetime, on talk shows, and in made-for-TV movies.

Check out our updated Guest Star Guide below to find out where your current or former favorites may be appearing soon.

Sunday, January 31
* Madam Secretary (8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS) - Terrell Tilford (Dr. Barton Shelby, The Young and the Restless) plays Detective Michael Swanstrom. Episode Synopsis: After his father’s death, Henry's family uncovers shocking secrets that open old wounds for them, including his grieving sister Maureen (Kate Burton), who blames Henry for not spending enough time at home. Also, Russell keeps important information from Elizabeth's team at the State department.
* All Things Valentine Movie Premiere (9 p.m. ET/PT on Hallmark Channel) - Sam Page (ex-Trey Kenyon, All My Children) stars with Sarah Rafferty. Synopsis: When Avery (Rafferty) is assigned a Valentine's Day advice column for the local newspaper, she's less than thrilled. After a string of disappointing Valentine's days, she's all but given up on love. But when Avery takes her dog to the vet and meets the handsome veterinarian Brenden (Page), she throws herself into the assignment. A chance encounter with the newly single Brenden leads to a date and Avery starts thinking maybe this year will be different. What Avery doesn't know is that Brenden's ex-girlfriend broke up with him because of Avery's advice column, and he's been leaving angry comments on her blog ever since. This has piqued the interest of other readers as he and Avery battle online. With Valentine's Day approaching, they begin to spend more time together and feelings grow, but when Avery learns what Brenden has been doing, she'll question whether this is a love story or yesterday's news.

Tuesday, February 2
* Chicago Med (9 p.m. ET/PT on ABC) - Julie Berman (ex-Lulu Spencer, General Hospital) plays Dr. Sam Zanetti.

Wednesday, February 3
* Serial Scoop Now (3 p.m. ET/12 p.m. PT on YouTube) - Jillian Clare (ex-Abigail Deveraux, Days of our Lives) hosts a special episode revealing the nominees for the 7th Annual Indie Series Awards. Eric Martsolf (Brady Black, Days of our Lives) will also appear.
* Code Black (9 p.m. ET/PT on CBS) - Gabrielle Carteris (ex-Tracy Julian, Another World) recurs as Amy.

Thursday, February 4
* Angel From Hell (9:30 p.m. ET/PT on CBS) - Constance Marie (ex-Nikki Alvarez, Santa Barbara) plays Marv's new love interest, Linda.

Tuesday, February 9
* NCIS (8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS) - Dahlia Salem (ex-Sofia Carlino, Another World) plays Maria De La Rosa.
* Chicago Med (9 p.m. ET/PT on ABC) - Julie Berman (ex-Lulu Spencer, General Hospital) plays Dr. Sam Zanetti.
* NCIS: New Orleans (9 p.m. ET/PT on CBS) - Steven Weber (ex-Kevin Gibson, As the World Turns) returns as Mayor Douglas Hamilton. Chris L. McKenna (ex-Mark Harding, The Young and the Restless) plays NOPD Officer David Tate.

Wednesday, February 10
* Code Black (9 p.m. ET/PT on CBS) - Beau Bridges (ex-Eddie Tinker, The Clear Horizon) plays Pete Delaney; Annie Wersching (ex-Amelia Joffe, General Hospital) plays Kate.

Friday, February 12
* Hawaii Five-0 (9 p.m. ET/PT on CBS) - Michelle Hurd (ex-Dana Kramer, Another World) plays Renee Grover.
* Blue Bloods (10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS) - Timothy D. Stickney (ex-R.J. Gannon, One Life to Live) plays ADA Edward Smith.

Sunday, February 14
* Castle (10 p.m. ET/PT on ABC) - Kassie DePaiva (Eve Larson, Days of our Lives) and Tuc Watkins (ex-David Vickers, One Life to Live) play a married couple who get roped into a murder investigation. Darlene Vogel (ex-Melanie Farrell MacIver, One Life to Live) also appears.

Monday, February 15
* Supergirl (8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS) - Blake Berris (ex-Nick Fallon, Days of our Lives) plays Gabriel.

Tuesday, February 16
* Zoe Ever After (10 p.m. ET/PT on BET) - Lawrence Saint-Victor (Carter Walton, The Bold and the Beautiful) returns as Stephen Hawthorne.

Wednesday, February 17
* Young & Hungry (8 p.m. ET/PT on Freeform) - Josh Casaubon (ex-Hugh Hughes, One Life to Live) plays Chef Paul Crane who is “masculine, passionate and ruggedly handsome—attractive enough to pose a threat to Josh,” the tech guru played by Jonathan Sadowski.
* Code Black (9 p.m. ET/PT on CBS) - Gabrielle Carteris (ex-Tracy Julian, Another World) recurs as Amy.

Monday, February 22
* Supergirl (8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS) - Jeff Branson (ex-Ronan Malloy, The Young and the Restless) plays Master Jailer.

Tuesday, February 23
* Teen Wolf (9 p.m. ET/PT on CBS) - Lachlan Buchanan (Kyle Abbott, The Young and the Restless) plays will play Henri, a recluse from the Argent family line who lives alone in a forest grove. Described as “wise but guarded,” he knows quite a bit about the supernatural world.

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