Q: Do you know if Katie Couric will be back on TV? Her show seemed to go off the air when she got married.

A: Like a growing number of productions and personalities, Couric has made her working home on the Internet, having become Yahoo's "global news anchor" since late 2013; she renewed her deal with the online service in June of this year. After she did stints at NBC and CBS, her last broadcast news home was ABC, which she left in December 2013 after a little more than two years. Her syndicated talk show wrapped up in July 2014, about a month after she married finance executive John Molner. Her work is at www.yahoo.com/katiecouric.

Where is Wentworth Miller?

Q: What ever happened to the lead actor on the "Prison Break" TV series?

A: Wentworth Miller was "Prison Break's" Michael Scofield, the man initially trying to get his brother (played by Dominic Purcell) out of prison, which led to various adventures. More recently Miller has had a recurring role on the CW's "The Flash" as villainous Leonard Snart.

He will continue playing that character next season, including as a regular on the CW's "DC's Legends of Tomorrow" series, which is built around a group of supporting characters from "The Flash" and "Arrow." Miller will again be working with Purcell, who has been playing Snart's associate Mick Rory on "The Flash" and will also move to "Legends of Tomorrow."

Will 'The Bible' continue?

Q: What happened to the series "A.D.: The Bible Continues"? It ended suddenly without any resolution.

A: The NBC drama, from the producers of the cable hit "The Bible" and the big-screen movie "Son of God," ended its first season on NBC in June after 12 episodes. The network chose not to order more. The producers — including the husband-wife team of reality-TV guru Mark Burnett and actress Roma Downey — have talked about continuing the series elsewhere, possibly on their own online network.

But that could take some time. Variety magazine said this month that "the channel is not expected to bow until late 2016 or early 2017." Meanwhile, the actors will be released from their obligations to the show, which may require recasting when production resumes.

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