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The King's Speech Pulls Upset at Producers Guild Awards

The King's Speech

The King's Speech beat out Oscar front-runner The Social Network to win top prize at the 2011 Producers Guild Awards.

The film starring Colin Firth was awarded the top prize for feature films at the awards Saturday in Los Angeles. The surprise win came less than a week after The King's Speech lost out to The Social Network for best... read more

Oprah Winfrey Promises to Reveal Family Secret

Oprah

Oprah Winfrey promises to reveal a family secret when she hosts a family reunion on her show Monday.

The 56-year-old talk show host said that the reunion involves something she's learned about recently and is only known to a few people close to her.

Oprah says she's tired, loves commercials — and eight other surprises

"I was given some news that literally shook... read more

USA Orders Two New Series: A Legal Mind, Necessary Roughness

Gabriel Macht, Callie Thorne

USA has given series orders to A Legal Mind and Necessary Roughness, a network rep confirms to TVGuide.com.

A Legal Mind follows ... read more

From Show Choir to Ballsy Mediator: Meet Fairly Legal's Sarah Shahi

Sarah Shahi

Fairly Legal creator and executive producer Michael Sardo remembers exactly when he realized he had found his leading lady.

"I had seen 90 women when Sarah Shahi came in. When the casting director pulled out a pretend gun in the audition scene, they all backed up," Sardo tells TVGuide.com.  "Sarah's audition started, the casting director pulled out the fake gun, and she leaned in. Right then and there, I knew she was Kate."

Fearlessness was an important prerequisite for the role of mediator Kate Reed, the center of USA's new drama, Fairly Legal. After the sudden death of her father, both her mentor and best friend, Kate agrees to work for her difficult stepmother (Virginia Williams) to help keep her father's law firm afloat. When she's not settling disputes for bitter divorcees and powerful CEOs, Kate is also still dealing with her split from... read more

TV's New Romantic Comedies: How To Tell Them Apart

Perfect Couples, Mad Love

Love is in the air on network TV. From NBC's Perfect Couples to ABC's Happy Endings, each of the big four networks have new romantic comedies to kick off the new year. How to tell the difference between the young love on CBS' Mad Love and Fox's Traffic Light? TVGuide.com has worked up a handy guide to navigate prime time's web of romance. (Just be ready for some TV sitcom déjà vu.)

Olivia Munn: Why I left Attack of the Show!

Perfect Couples (Thursdays at 8:30/7:30c on NBC)
Premise: Three very different couples try to figure out the definition of the perfect relationship.
You Know Them From: Worst Week's Kyle Bornheimer, FlashForward's Christine Woods, Attack of the Show!'s Olivia Munn and... read more

Joan Rivers: Fox News Canceled My Appearance Over Sarah Palin Remark

Joan Rivers

According to Joan Rivers, she has learned the power of Sarah Palin the hard way.

Rivers claims Fox News Channel canceled her Thursday morning appearance after TMZ reported that she called the former Alaska governor "stupid" and "a threat." Rivers, 77, tweeted about the incident Wednesday, writing, "Outcome: DON'T PISS OFF SARAH PALIN. She's apparently... read more

What Did Owen Wilson Name His Son?

Owen Wilson

Owen Wilson and girlfriend Jade Duell have named their new son... read more

Jodie Sweetin Is Engaged

Jodie Sweetin and Morty Coyle

Jodie Sweetin is engaged, People reports.

The former Full House star was surprised by her boyfriend, Morty Coyle, when he popped the question at her 29th birthday party Tuesday in Los Angeles. "It was a complete surprise," Sweetin told the magazine. "We are just... read more

Michael Clarke Duncan Joins Possible Bones Spin-Off

Michael Clarke Duncan

Michael Clarke Duncan has joined Fox's upcoming Bones spin-off pilot, TVLine reports.

The 53-year-old actor will co-star in Episode 19 of the Fox crime procedural, which will likely serve as a... read more

The New Season of American Idol: Buh-Bye, Dawg-House; Hello, Contestants Younger Than Bieber

Randy Jackson, Jennifer Lopez, Steven Tyler, Ryan Seacrest and Jimmy Iovine

Most living, breathing Americans already know American Idol is undergoing a facelift for its 10th season. Simon Cowell, Kara DioGuardi and Ellen DeGeneres are out. Steven Tyler and Jennifer Lopez are in. But new judges aren't the only major changes coming. This year will see a campaign against those McSoulful singer-songwriter types, the inclusion of younger contestants, a ban on all "dawgs." (OK, maybe just less of them.)

Before Wednesday's premiere (8/7c on Fox), TVGuide.com breaks down what's new, what's gone and how all these changes will alter the Idol universe... read more

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