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Evan Rachel Wood Exits Spider-Man Musical

Evan Rachel Wood

Evan Rachel Wood, who was originally cast to play Mary Jane Watson in Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark, has dropped out of the Broadway musical because of scheduling conflicts, Entertainment Weekly reports.

"Casting is under way to find a new Mary Jane to join the rest of the cast in the production. Spider-Man will announce a new timeline... read more

KISS and E1 Television Team Up for Kids' Show


"Detroit Rock City" is coming to a playdate near you.

KISS co-founders Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley are developing a new kids' program with E1 Television, the Canadian production company announced Tuesday... read more

Fox Sets Dates for Lie to Me, Hell's Kitchen and More

Lie To Me

Lie to Me will return with new episodes on Monday June 7, Fox announced Tuesday.

The Tim Roth-led drama series has been on hiatus since Dec. 14. The show's new episodes will be paired on Monday nights with freshman series... read more

Undercover Boss Renewed for Second Season

Undercover Boss

CBS has renewed Undercover Boss for a second season, the network announced Tuesday.

The hit reality show follows chief executives at major companies, such as Hooters and 7-Eleven, as they work alongside unknowing lower-level employees. The show debuted to 38.7 million viewers after Super Bowl XLIV — the largest series premiere since... read more

Charlie Sheen Returning to Two and a Half Men Set on March 19

Charlie Sheen

Charlie Sheen will check out of rehab and return to work on his CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men on March 19, TVGuide.com has confirmed.

Production on the series was suspended last month when Sheen, 44, announced he would be entering rehab as... read more

Fringe Renewed for Third Season


Fringe has been renewed for a third season, TVGuide.com has confirmed.

The sci-fi series, executive produced by J.J. Abrams, has struggled ratings-wise in its second season after moving from Tuesdays at 9/8c to the competitive Thursday at 9/8c timeslot... read more

Friday Night Lights' Jesse Plemons Not Returning for Final Season

Jesse Plemons

The Dillon Panthers are losing a very valuable player.

Friday Night Lights' Jesse Plemons is not returning for the show's fifth season, EW reports.

"We feel we didn't have substantial enough storylines to justify keeping such an immensely talented actor from pursuing what we know will be continue to be a very successful career," executive producer Jason Katims told EW. "Jesse has created one of Friday Night Lights' finest and most beloved characters, and I can tell you this was... read more

24's Annie Wersching Expecting First Child

Annie Wersching

24's Annie Wersching is expecting her first child, People reports.

The actress, who plays FBI agent Renee Walker on the Fox drama, has been married to... read more

Precious Leads 2010 Indie Spirit Awards


Precious topped the 2010 Independent Spirit Awards Friday, taking home all five awards for which it was nominated.

Precious won best feature, best director (Lee Daniels), best actress (Gabourey Sidibe), best supporting... read more

Survivor's Cirie on J.T.'s Betrayals, the Power of Camaraderie, and Triple Threats

Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains, Cirie Fields

Cirie Fields of Survivor: Panama and Survivor: Micronesia is living proof of the importance of the social game in Survivor. Although she never stood out in physical challenges, the 39-year-old made it far on both seasons thanks to her close observations, smart alliances and manipulative skills. Unfortunately, Cirie's Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains tribe mates were on to her from the very beginning, and it only took three votes to send her home after Tom played his immunity idol and teamed with Colby and J.T. to send her home. Cirie talked with TVGuide.com about the blind-side vote, J.T.'s flip, and her tribe's many "alpha males... read more

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