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FX Orders Two More Seasons of It's Always Sunny, Renews Wilfred and Louie

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Wilfred, Louie

Let's celebrate at Paddy's Pub! It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia will be around for two more seasons.

John Landgraf, FX's president and general manager, announced Saturday at the Television Critics Association fall TV previews that the network has renewed Sunny for two seasons, and also picked up Wilfred and Louie for another 13-episode season apiece.

It's Always Sunny's Glenn Howerton, wife expecting first child

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Fox Boss: Glee Spin-Off "Still in the Wind," Bones and House Fates Not Decided

Cory Monteith, Lea Michele, Chris Colfer

Let's get this straight: Three Gleeks will graduate, and a possible spin-off to Glee isn't dead yet.

Kevin Reilly, Fox's entertainment president, made attempts to set the record straight about the numerous conflicting stories about Glee lately — that creator Ryan Murphy spilled unfounded plot secrets; that actor Chris Colfer found out he, along with Lea Michele and Cory Monteith, were the ones graduating via Twitter; and that the spin-off would be scrapped.

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ThunderCats Sneak Peek: WilyKit and Kat Meet Lion-O, the Fishmen

ThunderCats

The ThunderCats adventure continues Friday with an all new episode in which WilyKit and Kat finally encounter Lord Lion-O on the way out of the destroyed city.

Kit and Kat in the same space with Snarf? Cute overload! The new team sets out to find the Book of Omens, to unite Third Earth, but Lion-O seems to be more bent on exacting revenge on Mumm-Ra.

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So You Think You Can Dance: Who Made the Final 4?

So You Think You Can Dance

Thursday night's elimination show was the dancers' last chance to prove they're worthy of moving on to So You Think You Can Dance Season 8 finale. Whose dreams were dashed? Who still has a chance to be named America's Favorite Dancer?

The good news first: Melanie is safe, which is no surprise. Joining her in the finale is Marko, her partner in the pre-Top 10 portion of the competition. (Their statue dance is still easily one of the best routines of the season.)

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Showtime Sets House of Lies Premiere, Dexter Crosses With Dan Brown

Michael C. Hall, Kristen Bell

Showtime's raunchy comedy House of Lies will premiere on Sunday, Jan. 8, between the returns of Shameless and Californication, Showtime's president of entertainment announced to TV critics during fall previews Thursday.

"We're not an advertiser environment, so we have the ability to push the limits," David Nevins said. "Beneath [the show]'s glossy, fancy prettiness is a really subversive show. It's an R-rated comedy that's really addictive in a way that no one else can get away with."

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So You Think You Can Dance: The Top 6 Perform

Cat Deeley

On last week's So You Think You Can Dance, Lady Gaga threw a shoe, much like a spirited filly. In fact, she threw both of her shoes to honor the Sonya Tayeh-choreographed performance by frontrunners Melanie and Sasha.

Will the Top 6 performance tonight inspire the same level of adoration from guest judge Christina Applegate? Although she stars in NBC's upcoming fall comedy Up All Night, she's more than just a sitcom star (Married ... With Children, Samantha Who?). Her dance cred includes helping found The Pussycat Dolls and starring in the 2005 Broadway revival of Sweet Charity, for which she won a Theatre World Award and was nominated for a Tony (and broke her foot!).

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ABC Family, The CW Top GLAAD's List of Best Networks

Sara Ramirez, Shay Mitchell, Darren Criss

To see diverse representations of lesbian, gay or bisexual people on TV, tune into ABC Family.

The cable network received an "Excellent" rating from the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) for its fifth annual Network Responsibility Index that was released Wednesday. The report tracks the quantity, quality and diversity of LGBT people on prime-time programming on the five broadcast networks and on 10 major cable networks.

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Melrose Place Alum Grant Show's Wife Files for Divorce

Grant Show and Pollyanna McIntosh

Grant Show will soon follow in his Melrose Place character's footsteps and become a divorcee.

The actor's wife, actress Pollyanna McIntosh, filed for divorce citing irreconcilable differences, People reports.

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The Good Wife Season 3 Promo Is Such a Tease

The Good Wife

If you think you've seen The Good Wife, think again. When the critically acclaimed show returns this fall, Alicia (Julianna Margulies) may not be quite that "good" any more.

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Downton Abbey 2 Spoilers: Mary and Matthew's Relationship, a New Housemaid and the Great War

Dan Stevens and Michelle Dockery

When Downton Abbey returns for its second season on Jan. 8, 2012 on PBS, the action will pick up two years after that fated garden party in which the Earl of Grantham (Hugh Bonneville) announced that England was at war with Germany.

During Sunday's preview of the hit British series, executive producer Gareth Neame confirmed that the action in the seven-episode second season will take place over two years, just like the first season. "The new series is a similar sort of span," he says. "We start in 1916. The war will come to a conclusion within this series, and the final episodes is the time after the war."

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