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9 Super Spoilers From Smallville's Day at Comic-Con

Tom Welling

Smallville  opened the final day of Comic-Con with a super-sized bang. The cast and producers of the CW series dished out more spoilers than we can wrap our heads around. From Allison Mack's exit and the introduction of the super-suit (which is actually the very suit from Superman Returns), to new villains and resurrections, TVGuide.com has all the scoop ... read more

Cheers & Jeers: John Schneider Country-Rocks Leverage

John Schneider

Cheers to John Schneider for getting back in touch with his rural roots on Leverage.

The impressively well-preserved actor (who was actually born in Mt. Kisco, New York) has been passing himself off as a country boy ever since he guzzled beer and claimed he was from Snellville, Georgia while auditioning for his breakthrough role as Bo Duke on The Dukes of Hazzard. read more

Leverage's Aldis Hodge Previews John Schneider's Guest Appearance

Aldis Hodge

This week's episode of Leverage is nothing but a fun ride, guest-starring "Mr. Dukes of Hazzard" himself, John Schneider. He comes in to play a mean, greasy record company CEO stealing people's dreams, when in real life he couldn't be farther from that. He was such a great guy to have on the set and off, as he ran around the city of Portland with the lot of us. He came with such professionalism and spirit.... read more

Matt's Weekend Picks: July 16-18

Doctor Who

DOCTOR WHO (Saturday, BBC America, 9/8c)
Matt Smith's crackerjack first season as the newest Timelord nears an end with the first of a two-part finale that once again confronts the Doctor and Amy with that pesky crack in the universe. Look for the return of the enigmatic River Song and several favorite guest villains as the Doctor grapples with the mysterious Pandorica, which legend says contains the most feared being in the cosmos. Hang on... read more

Supergirl Laura Vandervoort Returns to Smallville

Laura Vandervoort, Smallville

Laura Vandervoort will return for the final season of Smallville as Kara Zor-El, better known as Supergirl, a studio rep confirms.

The 25-year-old actress, who stars on ABC's remake of V, will... read more

5 Reasons Wendie Malick's Still Hot

Wendie Malick

All hail the return of Wendie Malick! The queen of snark is back delivering deadpan comments with killer timing in her new Hot in Cleveland role as Victoria, a self-involved soap star who, along with her two BFFs, moves to Cleveland where they become the toast of the town (Wednesday at 10/9c, TV Land). We raise a glass to Malick... read more

What You Need to Know About Nip/Tuck's Final Season

Nip/Tuck

As the first half of Nip/Tuck's sixth and final season kicks off, the boys of McNamara/Troy are dealing with a host of problems.

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When last season wrapped, newly married Christian (Julian McMahon) found out he was not dying of cancer just before his honeymoon with Liz (Roma Maffia). Sean (Dylan Walsh) got involved with anesthesiologist Teddy Rowe (Katee Sackhoff) and Kimber (Kelly Carlson) was left devastated when her relationship with Ram Peters (John Schneider) ended.

Here's what you need to know going into tonight's premiere, with a few spoiler-y teases for good measure...

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Ringwald, Smallville Dad Find a Bit of Heaven

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ABC Family on Wednesday announced casting for its new, as-yet-untitled series from 7th Heaven creator Brenda Hampton (which, in case you're curious, is currently referred to as the "Untitled Brenda Hampton Project"). Not only has the show signed on Smallville's John Schneider (Jonathan Kent) and Oz's Ernie Hudson (Leo Glynn), but also the former Sixteen-year-old America loved, Molly Ringwald. The series, to air this summer, will be a one-hour drama that — as Ausiello previously reported — centers on a family and their friends after 15-year-old Amy Nicholson becomes unexpectedly pregnancy (no, Diablo Cody is not signed on). The show's recurring cast members will also include newcomer Shailene Woodley (previously seen on The O.C.), Camille Winbush (The Bernie Mac Show) and Allen Evangelista (Zoey 101). How exciting will it be to see these new cast additions together? We'll have to wait for the drama to unfold. — Anna Dimond read more

"Lulu Grandiron"

As Ive been quite verbal about in the past I was a huge Knots Landing fan So after reading about this episode and then seeing the coming attractions last week I was needless to say excited I mean how could I not be Donna Mills was portraying a rich Beverly Hills socialite named Lulu Grandiron and she and her friends married wealthy high-powered execs divorced them and then took all their money And adding to a true Knots fans delight one of those friends Annette was played by Joan Van Ark All they needed was Michele Lee and it wouldve been more of a complete set But Im thinking that Michele was asked but declined since the four rich women were all plastic surgery fanatics and maybe Michele didnt want to admit shes had work done Those two other roles were filled by women who co-starred on other prime-time soaps in the 80s Shari Belafonte shes dropped the Harper from Hotel played Catherine in the really bad wig and Deborah Shelton from Dallas was Marla wi read more

"Duke Collins"

Just like last week, I want to start with the ending. How many of you were reminded of the final episode of The Sopranos with that quick fade to black? I kept thinking something shocking or tragic was going to happen since I knew it was the final minute of the show. "Silent Night" was heard in the background simultaneously with a dramatic beat, while slow camera shots of each character were shown. Once Eden walked in with her fake smile and Sean looked down, avoiding her, the one thing I expected to happen was for Julia to collapse and that would be the cliffhanger since we won't get a new episode until January 15th. What was that liquid that Eden added to the fruitcake she made and then fed to Julia? It seemed like Julia was getting queasy or dizzy periodically throughout the second half hour, but she never passed out. And nothing shocking happened at the end. At least with this fade to black, I didn't think my cable suddenly went out like I did with The Sopranos (that was more of ... read more

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