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Joel McHale Talks Sons of Anarchy, Community

Joel McHale

Joel McHale's Sons of Anarchy character doesn't have a last name. There are a few possible explanations for this, according to the Community star, who starts a two-episode arc on Sons tonight: "That's either some serious arrogance, or he's... read more

The League Producers On Season 4's Offensive Players

Jackie Marcus Schaffer and Jeff Schaffer

Talk about special teams! Literally hours after the birth of their daughter this summer, The League's creators and executive producers Jeff Schaffer and Jackie Marcus Schaffer began filming the cult-fave fantasy football comedy's fourth season (premiering Thursday at 10:30/9:30c on FX). "You had to see our doctor's face," laughs Marcus Schaffer of the delivery-room race to keep the shoot on schedule. "We were trying to explain to him that we had [all] of these professional football players lined up for the next day!" Now that the proud parents can relax a little, they're ready to talk about their other (and far raunchier) labor of love.

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Patton Oswalt Joins Justified in Season 4

Patton Oswalt

Comedian Patton Oswalt has joined the cast of Justified for Season 4, TVGuide.com has confirmed.

Oswalt will play the recurring role of... read more

Weekend TV in Review: Comings (Boss, Strike Back) and Goings (Political Animals)

Kelsey Grammer

Following, some thoughts on another very busy weekend of summer TV. (At this point, I'm almost looking forward to the fall season starting, so I can catch my breath.)

CHI-TOWN CHICANERY: Corruption, mendacity, a thick smog of cynicism. Ain't we got fun? And so the audaciously downbeat political drama Boss returns to Starz (Friday, 9/8c), anchored and dominated yet again by Kelsey Grammer's tremendous performance as Chicago mayor (aka "boss" man) Tom Kane. A self-righteous bastard and unrepentant bully, this Machiavellian manipulator is notorious for "sacrificing that which is most precious for his political survival" (including sending his own daughter to prison and having his once-trusted turncoat adviser killed). Juggling more baggage than O'Hare during a blizzard, Kane is also beset by demons, manifesting as visions and hallucinations and ghosts, all symptoms of a debilitating brain disease — or maybe it's just good old guilt.

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Roush Review: The Disarming Justified Finale

Justified

If "Slaughterhouse" is what you're going to call your season finale, after building up to a major bloody showdown all season, you'd better be able to justify it. Thankfully, we're talking FX's Justified here, and when does it ever not live up to expectations?

Even before he completely went off the rails ...
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Postmortem: Justified Boss on the Bloody Finale, Raylan and Arlo's Future and the Series' End

Justified

[WARNING: The following story contains major spoilers from the Season 3 finale of Justified. Read at your own risk.]

It wouldn't be a Justified finale if things didn't get bloody.

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After an episode-long manhunt for Robert Quarles (Neal McDonough), the loose cannon Detroit mobster took Raylan (Timothy Olyphant) hostage and stormed Noble's Hollow... read more

Ask Matt: Justified, The Killing, Hunger Games (on TV?), Smash, and More

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Question: I'm really surprised by the lack of comment (here and elsewhere) on this season of Justified. It had a lot to live up to after that near-perfect second season and (in my opinion) has been maintaining the standard extremely well. I haven't enjoyed TV-show dialogue this much since The West Wing went off the air. read more

Cheers & Jeers: Justified — Call Me Madam

Joelle Carter

Cheers to Joelle Carter for breaking bad (in a good way) on Justified.

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Her character, Ava Crowder, opened the FX drama by gunning down her abusive husband, Bowman. Two and a half seasons later, she's evolved into a Bonnie to her ex-brother-in law Boyd's Clyde. This week, she gave shelter to an abused prostitute — and proceeded to lure her pimp, Delroy (William Mapother), into a trap and shoot him down.

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FX Renews Justified for Fourth Season

Timothy Olyphant

Justified has been renewed for a 13-episode fourth season, FX announced Tuesday.

"Justified is one of television's best series and this season has reinforced that excellence," Nick Grad, FX's programming head, said in a statement. "[Creator] Graham Yost and his writing team continue to deliver compelling material and richly drawn characters brought to life by the brilliance of Timothy Olyphant and our terrific ensemble cast.  Their work is validated by universal acclaim, awards, and ratings that have grown every year. We look forward to many more seasons to come."

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Photo Gallery: Winter TV's Sexiest Eye Candy

Emmy Rossum, Liam McIntyre

It may be cold outside, but winter TV is steamier than ever!

Need proof? Stop what you're doing and check out our Winter TV Eye Candy photo gallery. Ogling is allowed. Just wipe your drool.

Check out our winter preview for galleries, scoop, premiere calendars and more!

Are you partial to the bloody brawn of Spartacus: Vengeance's Liam McIntyre? Or do you prefer Shameless star Emmy Rossum and her, um, shamelessly clothes-free sex scenes? Speaking of.... read more

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