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Monday Playlist: Silence Is Golden on Switched at Birth

Switched at Birth

Alarms are sounded several times, but we never hear them, in a tremendously effective and thematically overdue episode of ABC Family's best-of-network Switched at Birth (8/7c), which unfolds almost entirely in American Sign Language. By necessity, actions speak louder than words — all in subtitles, or sometimes tweets — as the deaf and hard-of-hearing students at Carlton School for the Deaf rally to protest the school board's decision to shutter their campus. (The hearing students, whose integration into the student body has caused some friction this season, also pitch in.)

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Keck's Exclusives: Arrested Development Star Books SVU

Jeffrey Tambor

Can't wait for Netflix's May release of Arrested Development, Season 4? As an appetizer, Bluth family patriarch Jeffrey Tambor will guest star on an upcoming episode of Law & Order: SVU in a role that's a change of pace for the actor.

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Psych Exclusive: Find Out the Fan-Created Tagline for Season 7!

Dule Hill and James Roday

The Psych-Os have spoken!

After 32,000 votes and more than 9,000 submissions, the USA comedy officially has a new, fan-created tagline for Season 7... read more

Psych Exclusive: Find Out the Eight Tagline Finalists for Season 7!

James Roday, Dule Hill

Attention Psych-Os! It's time to rock the vote!

Psych asks fans to help craft the new Season 7 tagline!

After USA invited fans to create their own taglines for... read more

NBC's Dane Cook Comedy Next Caller Killed

Next Caller

It was over before it even began. NBC is not moving forward with Dane Cook's midseason comedy Next Caller. read more

Comic-Con: Psych Scoop on the 100th Episode, the Movie Musical and Juliet’s Stepdad Revealed

Psych

Will Shawn's dad live?

That's been the burning question on the mind of every Psych-O since Henry (Corbin Bernsen) was shot in the April finale, and when the cast and crew visited Comic-Con Thursday to show new footage from Season 7, they were happy to keep the mystery alive.

Sporting a T-shirt with question marks on the front and the back, Bernsen was introduced last when a chair and name tag were pulled out from behind the stage for him. He said he didn't know if he had a job. But despite the lack of clues about Henry's status, the cast and executive producers were more than happy to offer plenty of other spoilers... read more

Watercooler: NBC Needs to Get Bent

Bent, David Walton and Amanda Peet

Seriously, what the headline says. Because the powers-that-be clearly don't get how delightful this new rom-com is, or they wouldn't be burning off all six episodes with three weeks of back-to-back airings. Much like last season's Perfect Couples (ironically also from executive producer Tad Quill and co-starring David Walton), Bent has a charm that is seemingly lost on the network happier with things like... read more

Watch My Show: Bent's Tad Quill Answers Our Showrunner Survey

David Walton, Amanda Peet

Relationships are rarely pretty, and Tad Quill has written about some messy ones on shows such as Scrubs, Spin City and last year's Perfect Couples. But things start out even messier for the unlikely couple on Bent, Quill's new NBC comedy (premiering tonight at 9/8c) about a type-A lawyer and single mom (Amanda Peet) and her womanizing, laid-back contractor (David Walton). Joey King plays Peet's wise-beyond-her-years daughter, while Jeffrey Tambor is Walton's unemployed father. Quill took time to answer our showrunner survey in the hopes that viewers will get Bent.

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Critic's Notebook: Finale Roundup (River, Southland) and a Bent New Comedy

Bruce Greenwood, Eloise Mumford, Joe Anderson

A mere two nights after The Walking Dead finale shattered cable ratings records, and more than a few nerves, with its zombie shooting gallery at Hershel's now-abandoned farm, two more dynamic series signed off for the season Tuesday night — hopefully not for good (though one seems a likely goner) — giving us some fun and tense times. Sometimes both at once.

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5 Reasons to Fall for NBC's New Romantic Comedy Bent

Bent, David Walton and Amanda Peet

Blink and you might miss Bent, NBC's new romantic comedy, which premieres Wednesday at 9/8c. Although the series will only be on for three weeks of back-to-back new episodes, Bent actually deserves a closer look. The comedy, from Scrubs writer Tad Quill, follows a newly divorced, high-strung single mother (Amanda Peet) and the lackadaisical ladies' man she hires to re-do her kitchen (David Walton).

So what makes this half-hour comedy worth the investment? Here are five reasons to check out Bent:
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