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Fox Renews House; Robert Sean Leonard, Omar Epps Sign New Deals

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Fox has renewed House for an eighth season, the network announced Tuesday.

"Over the past seven seasons, House has redefined the medical drama and has given us one of television's most compelling and iconic characters," Kevin Reilly, Fox president of entertainment, said. "From the producers to the incredible writers ...
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Exclusive: Not So Fast, Here's Why House Is Unlikely to End Up at NBC


Is House grabbing his cane and jumping to NBC? Don't hire the moving vans just yet.

Fox's deal with Universal Media Studios, which produces the Hugh Laurie drama, is expiring, and as Variety reported Friday, there's no resolution in sight. That's led some to wonder whether Universal might ultimately move the show, entering its eighth season this fall, to sister network NBC.

Even though new NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt is high on his new development, the network could... read more

Is Robert Sean Leonard Leaving House?

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Can you envision a version of House in which Dr. Crankypants doesn't rely on right-hand man Wilson? Perhaps you should start trying.

Robert Sean Leonard, who has played Dr. James Wilson, the best friend of Hugh Laurie's Dr. House since the show began in 2004, says he's not certain about returning to the show next season... read more

Ask Matt: Relationships on Bones, Fringe, Office, Glee

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Question: After watching the last 10 minutes of last week's Bones play out, I was left disappointed and heavy by what happened (which was a big bummer after watching the wonderful Friday Night Lights finale beforehand)... read more

Keck's Exclusives: House and Cuddy Get Closer


House's seventh season will open with Dr. House (Hugh Laurie) acting like "a teenager in love skipping school," whisking Cuddy (Lisa Edelstein) away for an idyllic day without the pressures of their hospital and her child, says House executive producer Katie Jacobs. "Anywhere other than Princeton-Plainsboro Hospital is an easier place for them to be together in a relationship," says Jacobs. "That's where we start — 'What if we only have each other?' As their day goes on, Cuddy will learn that the locales they visit hold a secret significance... read more

House Snags Lost's Cynthia Watros

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Lost alum Cynthia Watros is checking into House, has confirmed.

Watros, 41, will play... read more

House's Robert Sean Leonard: Wilson Must Make Some "Moral Decisions"

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This season's House has offered up character-centric episodes focusing on Dr. House and individual members of his team. In Monday's episode, titled "Wilson," House's best bud gets his turn.

"You see my assistant [whom] you've never met. You see the oncology floor. You see where I work," Robert Sean Leonard said of the upcoming episode revolving around his character. "I have ... read more

House: Big Changes at Princeton-Plainsboro


House never leaves the fans hanging... much.

While House (Hugh Laurie) was in the booby hatch relocating his sanity, the rest of the residents of Princeton-Plainsboro have yet to be seen. House left them in quite a pickle, so the first few episodes of the season will be about picking up the pieces of both the diagnostics department and their lives. The executive producers and stars of House impart some wisdom on where our favorite cranky doc and his "friends" are heading this season, which includes a big hospital shakeup, a new roommate and a road trip... read more

Mega Minute: Secret Siblings Shake Up Two Shows, and More

Now playing in the Mitovich Mega Minute:

House delves into the story of one doc's long-lost brother.

Brothers & Sisters: What/who is the latest obstacle heading Rebecca and Justin's way?

• Status report! Might fans of The Office still get a true spinoff?

Watch and discuss this week's MMM, after the jump. read more

Cheers: A House Divided

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Cheers to Robert Sean Leonard for bringing down the House. He's been doing skillful, subtle work for two decades — I always thought he should've gotten a huge movie career out of Dead Poets Society — but Leonard has never been better than in the aftermath of Amber's death. As Wilson has finally stood up to his abusive mentor ("We're not friends anymore, House. I'm not sure we ever were"), Leonard has more than held his own opposite the formidable Hugh Laurie. So where's his Emmy nomination?Related:• VIDEO: Robert Sean Leonard sizes discusses the Wilson-House friction• Share your own raves and rants about other shows on the Reader Cheers & Jeers discussion board.• We may feature your Cheer or Jeer on or in TV Guide magazine! read more

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