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Gregory Smith: Rookie of the Year

Gregory Smith

After playing Treat Williams' introspective son, Ephram Brown, for family drama Everwood's four-season run, Gregory Smith was determined to break out of the tortured-teen box for his next television role. As cocky cop Dov Epstein on ABC's surprise hit Rookie Blue (Thursday, 9/8c, ABC), the 27-year-old actor is doing just that... read more

At Home With Criss Angel

Criss Angel Mindfrea

For the sixth season of his tricks-and-treats series Mindfreak (Wednesday, 10/9c, A&E), illusionist Criss Angel throws open the doors of his new Las Vegas estate for a glimpse of life behind the magic curtain. "I bring a lot of my personal life into this season. The show takes place around my home," says Angel of the 22,000-square-foot spread he's dubbed "Serenity." "It's the first home I've ever owned, and it gives [Mindfreak] a whole different feel... read more

Shaq's New Ways to Attack

Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Shaquille O'Neal

Let's just say that Shaquille O'Neal is looking to expand his horizons. In addition to squaring off against opponents in traditional sports like boxing (against Sugar Shane Moseley) and golf ...
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Paul McCartney Rocks the White House

Paul McCartney

As a Beatle, Paul McCartney famously performed everywhere from Shea Stadium in New York to a rooftop in London. But it's as the recipient of the Gershwin Prize for Popular Song that Sir Paul finally headlines the White House, playing his hits for President Obama and the First Family on In Performance at the White House (tonight, 8/7c, PBS). "Paul fills arenas and stadiums, so to transfer that electricity to the intimate setting of the East Room was a challenge," says executive producer Peter Kaminsky... read more

Ask Dr. Oz: Celebrity Edition Sees Stars!

Dr. Oz

Sure, stars often appear superhuman on TV—but that doesn't mean they're not susceptible to the health concerns of lesser mortals. In his latest Ask Dr. Oz Hollywood edition (check local listings), the all-knowing Dr. Mehmet Oz fields mind-and-body questions from a variety of bold-face names, including Lost's Michael Emerson, who wants to know what causes black eyes... read more

MTV Unleashes Jackass, Finnish Style

The Dudesons in America

Culture shock has never been so high-voltage. In MTV's hit stunt series The Dudesons in America (Friday, 11/10/c), four Finnish pranksters have been touring the United States performing death-defying stunts for bewildered locals. Think of it as Jackass with accents.

"We've been filming since the first of January and we haven't been kicked out of the country yet, so I think we're doing pretty good!" says leader Jukka Hilden, who, with lifelong pals Jarppi, HP and Jarno, are infamous in Finland for their antics... read more

Five Tips on How to Win America's Got Talent

America's Got Talent

p>Talent is in the eye of the beholder. And tonight, the eye belongs to Piers Morgan, who, with fellow judges Howie Mandel and Sharon Osbourne, helps select the Top 48 acts that will perform during the live competitions in Los Angeles. With so much chaff among the wheat, we asked Morgan for his suggestions... read more

SpongeBob Goes Greek!

SpongeBob SquarePants

All hands on deck! A week of new SpongeBob episodes kicks off tonight with the special SpongeBob SquarePants: The Clash of Triton (8/7c on Nickelodeon). While the little yellow guy is, as usual, central to the plot, the story actually revolves around King Neptune and his damaged relationship with his son... read more

Dolly Parton Celebrates 25 Years of Dollywood!

Dolly Parton

Dolly Parton does nothing small. So for the 25th anniversary of her Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, theme park, Dollywood, she teamed up with the Hallmark Channel for a blowout concert, airing Saturday, July 3 at 8/7c. "It was a good marriage. They're family-oriented and the park is tailor-made for kids and families," says Parton, who was as sweet as Southern tea during a recent chat... read more

PBS' Soundstage: Jonesing for Norah

Norah Jones

In the age of the instantly downloadable single, musicians rarely have the opportunity to perform their deep cuts on TV. Which is what makes PBS' Soundstage such a gem. "We want people to experience more than just the one song on iTunes," says exec producer Don Maggi. In tonight's Norah Jones concert (10/9c), that includes selections from... read more

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