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Randy Jackson Previews His American Idol Homecoming

Randy Jackson, Briston Maroney

Randy Jackson returns to American Idol tonight in his new role as mentor, guiding the contestants through Rush Week. The 31 remaining hopefuls will cycle through Jackson's workshop, a series of classes focusing on vocal skills, styling and social-media training. Former finalists Adam Lambert and Chris Daughtry will also be around to field questions. Idol's top dawg breaks down the intensive two-day process.

TV Guide Magazine: Why did you want to come back for this workshop?
Jackson:
Being a judge, you don't have that closeness with the kids. I know they have a trillion questions, so I really wanted to prepare them for the show and make it informative. You've got all these people at the top of their fields who want to help. This is for the rest of the [contestants'] lives, so they have to take advantage. It's like a college-prep course, and I'm the dean!

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On the Set: The Walking Dead's Dangerous New World

Chandler Riggs and Andrew Lincoln

To say it's been a rough zombie apocalypse for The Walking Dead's Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) would be like saying the polar vortex is making things a little chilly. Over the last three and a half seasons, he has suffered the deaths of his wife and best friend and lost track of his infant daughter as well as the group of survivors he had sworn to protect. On a late-August day in Senoia, Georgia, while filming... read more

Enlisted Stars Geoff Stults, Parker Young and Chris Lowell Sound Off on the Military Comedy

Geoff Stults, Chris Lowel and Parker Young

Fall in, men! Fox's new comedy Enlisted received raves from critics when it reported for duty in January with the story of three brothers serving on an Army base full of misfit soldiers. We sat down on set with stars Chris Lowell (Derrick), Geoff Stults (Pete) and Parker Young (Randy) to get further insight on these mischievous brothers-in-arms. read more

New Survivor Cast Includes Miami Marlins President, Ex-NFL Cheerleader, Former NBA All-Star

Survivor: Cagayan

Survivor hits the beach this February for its 28th season, pitting 18 brand-new castaways against each other in a Brains vs. Beauty vs. Brawn twist. The CBS reality staple returns to the Cagayan province of the Philippines and is the first season without any returning players since 2012's One World.

Although the contestants are split into three distinct groups, each tribe contains a player with a significant sports background. David Samson, current president of the Miami Marlins Major League Baseball team, will compete on the Brains Tribe, while former NBA star Cliff Robinson, who spent the majority of his 18-year career playing for the Portland Trail Blazers, joins the Brawn Tribe. Morgan McLeod, 21, a member of the Beauty Tribe, was selected to the San Francisco 49ers cheerleading squad when she was still in high school.

A professional poker player, horse trainer, nuclear engineer and two police officers are also featured in this year's cast.

Survivor premieres with a special two-hour episode on Wednesday, Feb. 26 at 8/7c on CBS.

Check out the full tribe list below. Do you think the brains, beauty or brawn have the advantage?

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On the Set: Discovery Goes for Gold With Klondike

Richard Madden

Winter is coming...to the set of Klondike. The crew of Discovery's first-ever scripted show cranks up the snow machine as stars Richard Madden and Sam Shepard button up their wool coats and two buses unload dozens of extras dressed in heavy 19th-century garb. The only problem? It's actually a beautiful May day on the Calgary set, with temperatures hovering in the high 80s.... read more

Exclusive: Morgan Freeman to Present SAG Life Achievement Award to Rita Moreno

Rita Moreno, Morgan Freeman

Stars of the classic children's variety show The Electric Company will reunite this weekend when legendary actor Morgan Freeman presents the 50th SAG Life Achievement Award to actress Rita Moreno during the Screen Actors Guild Awards.

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Exclusive: Seating the 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards

Screen Actors Guild Awards logo

Which actor has the best seat in the house for this Saturday's Screen Actors Guild Awards? Producers spend the days leading up to the ceremony perfecting the seating chart to fit all 1,200 guests on the floor of Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium.

"It's a challenge every year, but it's a nice challenge," says executive producer Kathy Connell. "We do the awards for ensembles, so you have far more actors in the room than any other awards show."

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First Look: New Girl Welcomes Prince for Post-Super Bowl Episode

Zooey Deschanel, Prince and Jake Johnson

New Girl is going to party like it's 1999 when special guest star Prince stops by for the Fox comedy's big ...
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Behind the Scenes: American Idol Gets Back in Tune for Season 13

Ryan Seacrest, Keith Urban, Jennifer Lopez, Harry Connick, Jr.

It's called The Chamber. Several crew members have nicknamed it the Sweatbox. But to American Idol hopefuls, this new photo booth-size capsule is the first stop on their journey to fame and fortune. Host Ryan Seacrest ushers the ...
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Exclusive First Look: Cougar Town Celebrates the Holiday With A Christmas Story Spoofs

Cougar Town

'Tis the season to be jolly, and the cul-de-sac crew from TBS's Cougar Town are ringing in the holiday with a special three-part homage to the classic 1983 film A Christmas Story. The commercial spots will run during TBS's 17th annual 24 Hours of A Christmas Story marathon beginning Christmas Eve at 8/7c.

Check out all three promos below, as Andy (Ian Gomez) pigs out at dinner, a wine mishap causes Jules (Courteney Cox) to utter the queen mother of dirty words and Travis (Dan Byrd) dons one of the film's most iconic — and humiliating — costumes.

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