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The Wednesday Playlist: ABC's Got Family Game, Broadchurch Finale, SVU

Maggie Lawson

ABC's innocuous new sitcom about likable underdogs, Back in the Game, could just as easily be called "Luck of the Draw." This Bad News Bears-lite gets a major assist right out of the gate with an enviable time period (Wednesday, 8:30/7:30c) sandwiched between TV's best family comedies, The Middle and Modern Family. Which could always backfire, of course, if the show doesn't live up to ratings expectations, and while this Little League comedy doesn't quite measure up to the big leagues, we shouldn't be surprised if family audiences rally around the team, turning a solid base hit into something potentially worthy of extra innings. read more

The Wednesday Playlist: Family Road Trip, Final Idol Showdown, More Finales

Modern Family

Though as popular as ever, ABC's top comedy Modern Family isn't always the most pleasant company — and in this week's episode (Wednesday, 9/8c), several of the more abrasive and prickly characters (notably, siblings Claire and Mitchell) confront their dark side with sporadically funny if sometimes predictable results. read more

Bill Maher Heads to The Good Wife

Bill Maher

Bill Maher has landed a familiar Good Wife role.

The Real Time with Bill Maher host will play... read more

Christina Ricci Lands at The Good Wife for "Controversial" Guest Spot

Christina Ricci

Pan Am star Christina Ricci has landed at The Good Wife as Lockhart/Gardner's latest client.

Ricci, 32, will guest-star in an upcoming episode as a... read more

Sopranos Alum Lands Guest Role on The Good Wife

Annabella Sciorra

Annabella Sciorra, who played one of Tony Soprano's mistresses on The Sopranos, will guest-star on an episode of The Good Wife this season, TVLine reports.

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Exclusive: The Whole Truth Casts Annabella Sciorra

Annabella Sciorra

The Whole Truth is taking aim at cougars.

Annabella Sciorra, who played Tony's crazy mistress on The Sopranos, will guest-star in ABC's new legal drama as... read more

Summer TV: Fox Sets Schedule for So You Think You Can Dance, a Hot New Drama and More

So You Think You Can Dance

Spring may have barely sprung, but Fox is ready for warmer days with its summer TV lineup, including a handful of seasonal staples and a newcomer to the airwaves.

Honoring network tradition, reality mainstay So You Think You Can Dance will kick off the summer programming on the heels of American Idol's May 21 finale. As previously announced ... read more

April 26, 2007: Lights Out

Its never too late to choose The simple eloquent words of the terminally ill cancer patient seemed to echo the theme tonight people choosing to take a stand and trying to make things right As this season winds down and we prepare for the imminent departure of beloved characters emotions are running high and the writers seem to be upping the ante in terms of character development and story progression When I think about characters on ER who havent made much of an impression on me Sam immediately comes to mind I have often felt that the role was ill-conceived and underdeveloped a big disappointment since Ive found Linda Cardellini to be very compelling in other vehicles The entire detour into crazy Steve land that kicked off this season was so distracting and uninteresting to me that the ensuing fallout between Sam and her son Alex generated little more than apathy on my end However these episodes with Annabella Sciorr read more

April 12, 2007: Photographs and Memories

During the seven long weeks since the last new ER episode news broke about the impending departure of Goran Visnjic That disturbing development got me thinking about what Id like to say to the Powers-That-Be over at the Peacock network about the future of our beloved show Herewith my plea along with some thoughts about tonights developments Dear NBCFor starters let me just say up front that I have been a fan of ER since those heady early Must-See-TV days Ive stuck by the show while all of my favorite characters Doug Carol Benton Mark Carter have taken their leave Heck even Kerry had won me over by the time she departed for Miami with son Henry in tow So I think Ive been patient and Ive given new cast additions a chance to grow on me Ive invested myself in the stories and the natural evolution of characters who came and went sometimes with little fanfare or explanation In my heart I keep trying to convince mysel read more

March 18, 2007: At a Crossroads

Goldfrapp. Awesome.Guest.Appearance. Definitely the best since Heart played an acoustic "Crazy on You" last season. Surprisingly, my favorite scene of this evening was the main Tina-Bette scene. As bitch-on-wheels as they've both been throughout the last two seasons, I enjoy any minute we get that reminds us why we've loved both these characters since Season 1. I'm also happy that they were able to be really candid with each other and for once not have the scene break into hostility and a parting of ways. I don't know that I ever want them to get back together, but I do enjoy them as... well... as family. They share a child, they share a very complicated history, they're family forever because of Angelica. So I'm glad to see that they're working past the hurt and bitterness and treating each other more like family now.Also, Tina was right about Bette and Jodi; I do believe they're the perfect match. It's good that Bette feels challenged by a partner that is so strong, but it's also ... read more

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