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Exclusive: Katherine Kelly Lang Previews Her Return to The Bold and the Beautiful

Katherine Kelly Lang

She's been through hell and now she's back. Suds icon Katherine Kelly Lang recently took a three-month break from her role as Brooke Logan on CBS's The Bold and the Beautiful to appear on the Italian version of Dancing With the Stars. (B&B is a huge hit over there.) Alas, the two-time Emmy nominee found herself on the receiving end of some wildly bitchy and inappropriate comments from the judges — one even suggested she should practice more and party less. TV Guide Magazine got together with Lang to find out what's in store for Brooke when she returns to the soap on Jan. 22 and what she really thinks of her Italian experience.  

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Soap Vet Catherine Hickland Goes On An Excellent God Adventure

Cat & Fern's Excellent God Adventure

Where the heck has this gal been? Former soap queen and Broadway baby Catherine Hickland hasn't been seen on our TV screens since One Life to Live ended its run on ABC three years ago — and that's fine by her! The much-missed, eternally effervescent beauty is fully busy these days as a cosmetics mogul, life coach, motivational speaker and hypnotherapist. She's now married to producer Todd Fisher, son of Debbie Reynolds and the late Eddie Fisher. (Yep, that makes her Princess Leia's sister-in-law!). And she has joined forces with 99-year-old wunderkind writer Fern Underwood on the just-published Cat and Fern's Excellent God Adventure: Daily Inspirations for 365 Days of Heaven on Earth. Co-written by bestselling author and soap scribe Lindsay Harrison (The Young and the Restless, Venice) and with a forward by Reynolds, the book is available through both Amazon.com and catandfern.com. TV Guide Magazine sat down with Hickland for a lively gab session that ranged from the holy to the holy mackerel (she's head over heels in love with a rooster!). Will this popular star ever return to acting? Don't bet on it.

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The Best of Soaps 2014

The Bold and the Beautiful's Don Diamont and Katherine Kelly Lang

Death! Deceit! Dopplegangers! It's the year's best in daytime drama.

Best Soap: (tie) The Bold and the Beautiful and General Hospital
Why choose between them when both shows left us in such a sudsational state of bliss? B&B, daytime's most sumptuous serial, took us on location to Abu Dhabi, Paris, Monte Carlo, and Amsterdam for lots of awesome — and watery — action: Hope and Wyatt got hitched at sea, Quinn bitch-shoved Ivy into the river Seine, and Ridge plunged from a helicopter into the Persian Gulf. But the home front was no less riveting, with family warfare and corporate chaos. This is classic soap, done exquisitely.

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Syfy Blasts Off With Provocative Space Miniseries Ascension

Brian Van Holt, Tricia Helfer

Will humanity find a new home? Back in the early 1960s, the American public had no idea how close our country came to nuclear war with Russia. But President John F. Kennedy certainly knew the score. What if he was so freaked by the potential annihilation of mankind that he gave the order to send our best and brightest on a lifeboat into space? That's the outlandish — yet surprisingly fact-based — premise of Ascension, a three-night Syfy miniseries starring Brian Van Holt (The Bridge), Tricia Helfer (Battlestar Galactica), and Andrea Roth (Rescue Me).

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Ree Drummond Cooks Up The Pioneer Woman Cowboy Christmas

Ree Drummond

She used to be a tofu-and-seaweed Hollywood type. But now blog queen, bestselling author and mother of four Ree Drummond is known as the Pioneer Woman. She'll ring in the holiday season, from her home in Oklahoma cattle country, with the Food Network special The Pioneer Woman Cowboy Christmas (Saturday, Dec. 6 at 8/7c). TV Guide Magazine lassoed Drummond to get the delish dish.

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The Snow Queen's Curse Strikes Once Upon a Time

Elizabeth Mitchell

Curses are a dime a dozen in the fractured fairy-tale world of Once Upon a Time — but this one's a doozy! This Sunday's episode finds Ingrid, the crazed Snow Queen (Elizabeth Mitchell), all set to devastate the citizens of Storybrooke with her Spell of Shattered Sight.

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PBS Kids Gets in the Numbers Game With Odd Squad

Odd Squad

Does S.H.I.E.L.D. know about this? No case is too big or fantastical for the pint-size investigators on Odd Squad, an ambitious new live-action PBS Kids series that trails secret agents Olive (Dalila Bela) and Otto (Filip Geljo) as they try to solve a head-scratching array of problems in their goofy hometown. Whether it's runaway dinosaurs or citizens suddenly vanishing into thin air or a basketball team that's been hit with a string of bad luck, Olive and Otto always save the day. But get this: They do it by using various forms of mathematics. Consider it damage control.

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Gladys Knight Gets Into the Act for Lifetime's Seasons of Love

Taraji P. Henson and Gladys Knight

Gladys Knight rarely takes on dramatic acting roles, but when she does, she makes them seem effortless. Case in point: the Lifetime holiday movie Seasons of Love, in which she plays Angie, the gracious matriarch of an affluent family, whose husband of 35 years dies on New Year's Eve. The Grammy-winning R&B icon swears that singing and acting are as different as, well, Knight and day.

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Melissa Archer Has a New Life to Live on Days of Our Lives

Melissa Archer, Greg Vaughan

Red alert! Melissa Archer, the flame-haired fan fave from One Life to Live, will hit NBC's Days of Our Lives Dec. 5 as Serena Mason, a globe-hopping medical journalist who had a romance with Eric Brady (Greg Vaughan) several years ago in Africa. Their love affair ended when Eric chose to enter the priesthood. But now that he's been defrocked — thanks to that sordid incident where he was raped on tape by psycho-villain Kristen DiMera (Eileen Davidson)— he's one available heartthrob! TV Guide Magazine sat down with Archer to score some exclusive intel.

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It's All Connected: Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Alien Revealed

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Alien

He's not just any alien. The Dec. 2 episode of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will finally reveal that its mysterious blue man from outer space — the one whose rejuvenating blood saved the life of Director Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg) — is a member of the humanoid Kree race. Yes, that's the same alien species that gave us Lee Pace's character, Ronan the Accuser, in the Marvel movie blockbuster Guardians of the Galaxy. But all this means bupkis to Coulson and his S.H.I.E.L.D. team.

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