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One Day at a Time Star Bonnie Franklin Dies at 69

Bonnie Franklin

Bonnie Franklin, best known for her work on One Day at a Time, died at her home in Los Angeles on Friday, The Hollywood Reporter reports. She was 69. read more

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From the cult-TV corner: It's rare to see a ballsy action heroine like Nikita (Maggie Q) in a state of panic, but in this week's typically tense episode of The CW's Nikita (8/7c), the first of the season I've been able to screen in advance, she places an anguished call to Michael in London to utter three unlikely words: "I lost Berkoff." read more

Blue Bloods' New Boss: We're Not Changing the Show

Tom Selleck and Will Estes, Blue Bloods

Blue Bloods' new executive producer, Ed Zuckerman, wants to make one thing clear to viewers: He's not messing with the formula that made the sophomore CBS drama a hit in its first year.

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The veteran TV writer/producer was hired in May to replace outgoing creators Robin Green and Mitchell Burgess amid reports that CBS wanted to make the show more procedural. (Zuckerman's resume supported the theory: He served long stints on JAG and Law & Order.) However, Zuckerman insists nothing will change.

"The idea is to keep the show the same balanced show between a case of the week and the Reagan family issues and family drama," Zuckerman tells TVGuide.com.... read more

Blue Bloods' Will Estes: The Blue Templar "Ends Here and Now"

Will Estes, Blue Bloods

Most season finales involve cliff-hangers and a long, grueling summer of guessing games for fans, but Will Estes assures us that won't be the case for Blue Bloods.

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"I heard about a show one time — I think it was a soap — where they were having a nightmare of a time renegotiating everyone's contracts," Estes, who plays Jamie Reagan, tells TVGuide.com. "So the writers and producers came up with the cliff-hanger of a crazed gunman bursting into the hall and ...
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Blue Bloods: New York's Finest Family

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Inside Frank Reagan's Brooklyn home, the weekly Sunday family dinner sits steaming on the table, but it's daughter Erin, an assistant district attorney, who's in hot water. Her granddad, retired cop Henry, rages at her for taking on a case he doesn't like. Hurtful words fly, and when Frank tries to cool the debate, Henry shouts, "I decide when it's enough!" and stomps away. A tense silence falls until the handsome, mustached man at the head of the table says with authority, "Pass the yams." And the group of actors starring in Blue Bloods cracks up.

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Blue Bloods' Will Estes: Secret Society Twist Is Like The Godfather

Will Estes

It's a bold analogy, but Blue Bloods star Will Estes will make it anyway.

After learning of the secret society twist in the CBS family cop drama, the actor says he immediately thought of another famed celluloid clan — albeit one on the other side of the law.

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Blue Bloods: A Cop Show — And a Family Drama

Blue Bloods

It's easy to look at CBS' newest cop drama, Blue Bloods, and assume it's just the latest entry in the network's long line of police procedurals. It's easy, but wrong.

The series, which focuses on a family of New York cops, will certainly deliver the case-of-the week storytelling that has made CBS the No. 1 network. But it's the family drama that inspired veteran producer Leonard Goldberg to bring this story to television.

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"I thought about two kinds of shows I always loved doing: police shows and family shows, and I thought, 'No one's ever done one that combined both, so maybe this is the time,'" Goldberg tells TVGuide.com, adding that Norman Rockwell's famous Thanksgiving painting provided a second bit of inspiration... read more

Exclusive: Bobby Cannavale Joins Blue Bloods Cast

Bobby Cannavale

Former Third Watch star Bobby Cannavale has been added to the cast of CBS' new cop drama Blue Bloods, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

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Cannavale will play Charles Rosselini, the boss of Bridget Moynahan's Assistant District Attorney Erin Reagan. Rosselini is the talented and popular Manhattan DA. He has political ambitions, but as an ex-cop who served nearly 10 on the force before finishing law school, he remains a bit rough around the edges... read more

Tom Selleck in Talks to Star in Untitled CBS Pilot

Tom Selleck

Magnum P.I. star Tom Selleck is in talks to play the lead role in an untilted CBS cop drama, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The pilot, formerly known as Reagan's Law, comes from Mitchell Burgess and Robin Green and revolves around a family of New York cops. Selleck will play Michael, the NYPD chief of police who... read more

Damages: Who Else Is Going to Die?

Len Cariou, Damages

 Damages' third season is racking up quite a body count. And, trust us, the show is just getting warmed up.

Damages: Tate Donovan reacts to the season premiere's shocking twist

First, the FX legal thriller revealed in the premiere that Tom Shayes (Tate Donovan) will be murdered in six months. Last week, Ponzi schemer Louis Tobin (Len Cariou) poisoned himself rather than face an extended prison sentence.

Viewers haven't seen the last of Tom or the Tobin patriarch... read more

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