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Arlene Martel, T'Pring on Star Trek, Dies at 78

Arlene Martel

Actress Arlene Martel, who guest-starred on Star Trek and The Twilight Zone, died Tuesday of complications from a heart attack in Santa Monica, California, according to The Hollywood Reporter. She was 78.

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Leonard Nimoy Diagnosed with Chronic Lung Disease

Leonard Nimoy

Leonard Nimoy is suffering from chronic lung disease, the Star Trek actor recently revealed on Twitter.

Nimoy has been diagnosed with... read more

Big Bang Theory Scoop: Details on James Earl Jones and Carrie Fisher's Guest Roles

Carrie Fisher, James Earl Jones

James Earl Jones and Carrie Fisher will both guest-star in an upcoming episode of The Big Bang Theory, TVGuide.com has confirmed.

As first reported by TVLine.com, the Star Wars alums — who played Darth Vader and played Princess Leia, respectively — will cameo as themselves on the CBS series. But why exactly will they cross paths with Sheldon (Jim Parsons)? read more

Parks and Recreation: An Ode to Ann and Chris Before Their Farewell

Rob Lowe and Rashida Jones

In the spring of 2009, a new kind of romance was born on NBC when overeager bureaucrat Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) met sweet nurse Ann Perkins (Rashida Jones) on the Parks and Recreation series premiere. Over the last six seasons, their journey has spawned catchphrases, beautiful compliments and a new faith in female friendships on television. However, that will all soon come to an end when Jones and co-star Rob Lowe leave the comedy early next year.

"Amy and Rashida, like Leslie and Ann, are dealing with it in real time," Jones tells TVGuide.com. "Amy has been saying to people, 'She thinks she's leaving, but I'm going to lock her in my trailer.' I'm a little bit in denial about it, too."

Parks and Recreation boss on why and how Rob Lowe, Rashida Jones will exit

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TV Guide Magazine's 60th Anniversary: Bob Peak's Visionary Cover Art

TV Guide Magazine cover art by Bob Peak

Considered a father of the modern movie poster, Bob Peak created art for Apocalypse Now, Superman: The Movie and The Spy Who Loved Me, among many others. But during a nearly 20-year run, he was also one of TV Guide Magazine's most prolific cover artists, contributing 38 gorgeous, graphically inventive illustrations. Peak's son and archivist, Thomas Peak, helps annotate some of his father's finest.
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VIDEO: Spocks Old and New Face Off for Audi Ad

Leonard Nimoy and Zach Quinto

It's Spock vs. Spock in the new ad for Audi.

In the clip, Leonard Nimoy, who originated the character in the Star Trek film and TV franchise, and Zachary Quinto, who plays a younger version in the reboot, go head-to-head in chess. After Nimoy beats Quinto, Quinto challenges the actor to a round of golf. But while Quinto's journey in his Audi is seamless, speedy and high tech, Nimoy can barely fit his clubs in the trunk of his Mercedes.

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Fringe Oral History: Dual Universes Open Up a New World Of Possibility

Fringe

In the second part of our farewell to Fringe, producers and cast discuss the introduction of the parallel universe, which opened up the world of Fox's sci-fi drama to new and exciting possibilities, including a new set of characters with names like Walternate and Bolivia that fans would — gasp! — actually come to love in the end... read more

Comic-Con: 8 Things to Know About Fringe's Fifth and Final Season (It's in the Future!)

Fringe

Fringe kicked off the final day at Comic-Con Sunday with a crowd full of Observers — at least it looked that way with more than 6,000 fans donning Fringe fedoras. They gathered to celebrate the tearful final panel for the Fox sci-fi series, which will say farewell at the end of its upcoming fifth season.

Check out our complete Comic-Con coverage

While the cast and executive producer J.H. Wyman were very coy about teasing the final season, a new pre-filmed trailer... read more

Weekend TV: Fringe Finale, Common Law Premiere, an SNL Comeback, Sunday Madness

Leonary Nimoy

How happy am I not to be preparing a eulogy for Fringe this weekend, instead celebrating another audacious year of emotionally compelling sci-fi thrills with a grand season, not series, finale (Friday at 9/8c, Fox). read more

Check Out a Preview of Fringe's Catastrophic Season Finale

John Noble

Thank goodness we know that Fringe has been renewed for another season. Otherwise this new preview for the season finale would have us seriously worried.

VIDEO: Will two worlds become one in the Fringe finale?

In the two minute-long, movie-like trailer — a shorter version debuted last week — William Bell (Leonard Nimoy) details his megalomaniacal plan to collapse the two universes in order to create a new one — which looks a lot like a scene from Jurassic Park. Will the Fringe team survive this disaster? Will Olivia (Anna Torv) avoid her fate? And what is the backward voice at the end of the trailer saying? (Some eager tweeters have already guessed "It is impossible.")

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