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Exclusive: Heroes' Jack Coleman to Guest Star on The Vampire Diaries

Jack Coleman

Not one, but two former Heroes cast members will be appearing on Kevin Williamson's CW shows this fall.

TV Guide Magazine has learned exclusively that Jack Coleman, Heroes' company man Noah Bennett, has been hired as a guest star on The Vampire Diaries, for the show's upcoming third season. Coleman will play Bill, a former resident of Mystic Falls who returns home with a dangerous point of view about vampires...
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The Closer Spin-Off: "The Dynamics Are Going to Change"

Mary McDonnell

Brenda Leigh Johnson is by no means done squeezing confessions out of criminals on The Closer, but already the TNT show, which premieres its seventh and final season on July 11, is setting the scene for its new spinoff, Major Crimes.

"We've talked about Major Crimes on the episodes ...
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Shocking Twists Coming Up on Entourage

Jeremy Piven

With Ari Gold (Jeremy Piven) wife-less and perhaps already back on the singles market, is a reunion with ex-girlfriend and movie exec Dana Gordon just a matter of time? "What happens with us is what I think fans ...
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Denise Richards Dishes on Two and a Half Men

Denise Richards

Ashton Kutcher already has one ally in his corner when he replaces Charlie Sheen on Two and a Half Men this fall. "I think Ashton is going ...
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Pretty Little Liars Stars Dish on Season 2!

Shay Mitchell

When Pretty Little Liars returns to ABC Family on June 14, fans are in for one intense second season. "The stuff that we're shooting right now is insane," exclaims Shay Mitchell (Emily). "I am so excited for the fans to see ...
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Bloody Good Vampire Diaries Scoop

Kayla Ewell

In the first season of The Vampire Diaries, the troubled Vicki Donovan violently bit the dust after turning into a vampire and failing to keep a low profile, proving that if you want to join the living dead in Mystic Falls, discretion is everything.

It's a lesson that actress Kayla Ewell evidently took to heart, after the stealth ...
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Paris Hilton Lets Viewers Into Her World

Paris Hilton

Paris Hilton may have been a staple of reality television almost since its inception, but when her new Oxygen show The World According to Paris premieres on June 1, even she will be entering new territory. "There's a lot of things in the show that I'm like, 'Oh my God, I cannot believe I'm going to allow this on television,'" she told TV Guide Magazine at the premiere party on May 17.

For the girl who has always wanted to show her fans a picture of perfection, airing her more vulnerable moments, including arguments with boyfriend Cy Waits, was not an easy ...
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James Denton Hopes for a Housewives Renewal — and "a Little More of the Dark Delfino"

Cody Cash, Mark Moses, James Denton

Forget the serial killer — the most distressing mystery on Wisteria Lane is whether or not the idyllic street will be vacant next fall. "I wish I knew if we were coming back. It would be nice to know if we had a Season 8," Desperate Housewives star James Denton (Mike Delfino) told TV Guide Magazine at Thursday's Lupus LA Orange Ball, where he was performing with Band from TV and co-star Teri Hatcher. "We're all kind of on pins and needles."

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Private Practice's Amelia Heads for a Downward Spiral

Caterina Scorsone

It was only a matter of time before Private Practice's Amelia Shepherd unraveled. After a season focusing on the sexual assault of Charlotte, the suicide of Addison's mother, the release of Violet's tell-all book and the death of Pete's mom, the character always ready to give advice in the form of a quip is finally going to face her own demons, says her portrayer, Caterina Scorsone.

"Amelia was coming from a pretty dark place when she started the show, and then she really got herself together in a very tangible way. But as the season comes to a close, things have gotten pretty stressful for her. The end of the season leaves her in an interesting place — and leaves me excited for next year," Scorsone told TV Guide Magazine...
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Pilot Scoop from the 18th Annual Race to Erase MS Gala

Lea Thompson

Some familiar faces are coming to a TV near you, and TV Guide Magazine caught up with them at the 18th Annual Race to Erase MS Gala on April 29 to get the scoop on their new shows.

After almost a decade away from a steady TV gig, Lea Thompson (Caroline in the City) is now about to play the mother of a daughter she didn't know she had, on ABC Family's Switched at Birth, premiering June 6.

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