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Law & Order: SVU: Mariska Will Be Back, A Tense New Case and More!

Mariska Hargitay

Don't worry Olivia Benson fans. Law & Order: SVU star Mariska Hargitay says she'll keep solving crimes on the NBC drama next season.

"It's looking that way," Hargitay confirmed to TV Guide Magazine on Sunday at a benefit in Los Angeles for her Joyful Heart Foundation, which supports survivors of ...
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Is It the End for Grey's Anatomy's Owen and Cristina?

Sandra Oh

Uh oh! It looks like bad news for fans who hope that Grey's Anatomy docs Owen Hunt (Kevin McKidd) and Cristina Yang (Sandra Oh) can still save their marriage.

"It's just sad and hard right now," Oh told TV Guide Magazine at Sunday's L.A. benefit for Mariska Hargitay's Joyful Heart Foundation which supports survivors of sexual assault, domestic ...
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Music's Best Remember Whitney Houston

Kelly Rowland

The annual celebration of music's brightest stars turned into an emotional tribute for one of the most iconic performers of all time, after Whitney Houston suddenly passed away on February 11, a day before the Grammy Awards.

"This is my 11th show, and I would say this is the most emotional Grammys that I've ever personally ...
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Steve Jones Weighs In On the Ups and Downs of Hosting The X Factor

Steve Jones

While there appears to be speculation about whether or not The X Factor host Steve Jones will be asked to return next season, the Brit himself certainly has no mixed feelings about the gig. read more

The X Factor's Winner: "I Feel Blessed"

Melanie Amaro

After an intense first season, The X Factor declared its first American winner last night — 19-year-old Melanie Amaro, who beat out Josh Krajcik and Chris Rene for the $5 million recording contract. read more

Nicole Scherzinger: The X Factor "Took a Lot Out of Me"

Nicole Scherzinger

Amidst speculation that The X Factor judge/mentor Nicole Scherzinger may not return to the reality show next year, she admitted on Wednesday that the first season ...
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Survivor: South Pacific Winner Sophie Clarke: "I'm Trying to Be a Little Sunnier"

Sophie Clarke, Jeff Probst

If anyone understands the importance of an immunity challenge it would have to be Sophie Clarke. As one of the final contestants left on Survivor: South Pacific, the 22-year-old medical student from Willsboro, New York, was no frontrunner. But after winning the last immunity challenge of the season and ousting fan favorite and Survivor veteran Oscar "Ozzy" Lusth at the 11th hour, the game was suddenly Clarke's to win. We caught up with Clarke right after she beat out Benjamin "Coach" Wade and baseball coach Albert Destrade for the grand prize of $1 million to find out what she was thought her chances of winning were after the final tribal council, how the show changed her life and why she would return to Survivor in a heartbeat.  
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Scoop on The Good Wife, Glee and More

Alan Cumming

Emmy Weekend kicked off with the Performers Nominee Reception, hosted by the Television Academy, on September 16. The honored actors were so thrilled to be part of the group they couldn't help but share some scoop.

Mary McDonnell said the remaining episodes of The Closer's final season are going to be intense. "I think it could get very, very heavy. Peter Goldman seems to have some kind of vendetta. He has too much information on Brenda that could be seen through a negative lens. And for some reason he's going at it. read more

Scoop from The Closer's 100th Episode Celebration

Kyra Sedgwick

A dark cloud looms over The Closer, as Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson (Kyra Sedgwick) continues her work with the overhanging threat of a lawsuit that has already put her at odds with her colleagues. But even as we get much anticipated closure at the end of Season 7, some of those dark vibes will follow the Major Crimes department as they transition into next year's spinoff.

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Fall TV First Look: CSI: NY Reflects on 9/11

CSI: NY

True to his word at the end of last season, Mac is taking some time off from the lab. CSI: NY's premiere (September 23 on CBS), which serves as a tribute to the 10-year anniversary of 9/11, reveals that he's been working with retired fire chief Joe Vincent (Robert Forster).

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