The former Robin Hood will play an on-call doctor.
"My personal feeling is that he got away," he tells GQ. "But the most likely thing, as negative as this sounds, is that they're going to find this kid's fingerprints all over this lab and they're going to find him within a day or a week or a month. And he's still on the hook for the murder of two federal agents." PLUS: A 135-minute documentary titled "No Half Measures" accompanies the "Breaking Bad" Complete Series DVD set.
The Christmas special will be called "The Time Of The Doctor."
Pablo Schreiber's' serial killer character returns on Jan. 8.
Grammer is working on "The Code" with "The Color Of Water" author James McBride.
Watch his holiday tribute for Jimmy Fallon.
Ron Burgundy will guest-anchor "SportsCenter"
Will Ferrell's "Anchorman" character will take over the ESPN news show on Dec. 5.
Did "Family Guy" pull off its latest stunt to boost toy sales?
Some fans are viewing last night's episode with suspicion.
Katie Couric opens up about her Yahoo! venture
Couric says: "We are going to try things, we are going to see how they go, we are going to see what people are interested in, we can do everything from a town hall meeting to in-depth interviews to a breaking news story." PLUS: Did Couric have nowhere else to go?
"Doctor Who" beats "The Hunger Games" -- in per screen average
The theatrical showing of "The Day of the Doctor" averaged $13,607 to "Catching Fire's" $12,300.