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CBS' The Young and the Restless leads the pack of Daytime Emmy Award nominees, which were announced on Wednesday morning.
The Young and the Restless scored 23 nominations, helping CBS to become the most-nominated network this year with 50 total nods. PBS, which broadcasts Sesame Street, was right behind with 44.
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The stars keep aligning in Genoa City! TV Guide Magazine has learned that Tony award and two-time Emmy winner Ken Howard will appear on CBS' The Young and the Restless as George, the long-estranged dad of battling sibs Phyllis (Michelle Stafford) and Avery (Jessica Collins).
As of now, Howard is...
James Badge Dale, Rubicon
Did you miss the sneak peek for AMC's new conspiracy thriller Rubicon? Now's your chance to catch it again.
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The new 13-episode series stars James Badge Dale (The Pacific) as Will Travers, an analyst at a New York City think tank who spends his days cracking codes. When he sees a pattern among the crossword puzzles of several major newspapers and begins digging for clues, tragedy strikes, forcing Will to question his employers...
Sandra Oh in Grey's Anatomy by Bob D'Amico/ABC
Now that's what I like to see on TV's most overcrowded night: TV's top crime drama and TV's top medical soap back in fine form, the two most-awaited season premieres of the week delivering on the hype. And the icing on the cake? Another sensational episode of AMC's summer holdover Mad Men, the one show I never want to see end. I'm going to miss that one when it goes away in a few weeks. As much as I enjoy CSI and Grey's Anatomy, combatants of the highest and most satisfying order, they feel like old hat compared to this scrumptious, provocative period piece.First off: Big sigh of relief that Sara Sidle (Jorja Fox) lives on. As Michael Ausiello reports in his exhaustive interview with the star, her days on CSI may still be numbered, but for now, Grissoms lady love is still kicking, no matter how bloodied, battered and sunburned. The teaser for next weeks episode reveals, no surprise, that the course of true love isnt going to run smooth for these coworkers, but ther...
Today's pilot-casting quickies, per the Reporter: Dean Cain will play a veteran officer in Protect and Serve, a CBS drama from Las Vegas creator Gary Scott Thompson. Also added to the cast are Eric Balfour (24), Tamala Jones and Monica Potter. Paige Turco (who never thanked me for the roses I sent her some 16 years ago... ) and Jessica Collins (Tru Calling edition) have come on board ABC's drama about four high-powered CEOs/CEO wannabes (played by Dylan McDermott, Michael Vartan, Joshua Malina and Christopher Titus). Raquel Welch is a bombshell former TV star on CBS' The Captain. Following a disappointing Monday table read, production has been pushed back on 24 cocreator Bob Cochran's NSA Innocent, as the lead character is being tweaked and portrayer Stephen Moyer will be recast.
Jeremy (the delightful Scott Wolf) asks his girlfriend, Lizzie (Jessica Collins): It was just a moment.... Does it have to mean everything? This seems to be one of the questions The Nine is setting out to answer. And the answer appears to be yes. In the grand scheme of life, the 52 hours the nine main characters spent together in the bank were essentially just a moment. But the repercussions for the hostages are endless. It is the events destined to follow that are going to make or break this show for me. Scott Wolf has been a favorite of mine since his Party of Five days (before the alcoholism took over his story line), but I wanted to ring his neck when he kissed Franny (Prison Breaks Camille Guaty). Especially considering how adorable and wholesome and pregnant his girlfriend is. Although I have to say, something about Jeremy and Lizzies relationship seems off. Obviously, they were pretty serious. Lizzie was excited to tell him abou...