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Who did Tony see in the photograph in the NCIS finale? Please tell me they're not going to break up the team! — Melanie
ADAM: Executive producer Gary Glasberg gives us a hint. "It will be someone that we recognize," he says, adding we'll get that answer in the season premiere. We'll also get some serious intel on that microchip that E.J. found in her co-worker's arm. New theory: These mysteries are totally connected, right?
I can't believe Game of Thrones killed off Ned Stark! Please console me with scoop. — Mark
NATALIE: Does this help? Although Ned Stark was beheaded on the Sept of Baelor, it's not...
Benjamin Millepied and Natalie Portman
It's a boy for Natalie Portman and fiancé Benjamin Millepied,People reports.
In December, the Oscar winner, 30, announced she was...
Hopefully a recent injury doesn't mean Ali Fedotowsky will be limping down the aisle.
The former Bachelorette star fractured her femur while kickboxing two months ago, People reports.
At first Fedotowsky, 26, thought she had torn the ACL in her knee. However, an MRI revealed she had suffered a fracture as a result of a defect in the cartilage of her leg. Fedotowsky is currently using...
Damages, Glenn Close
The fourth season of Damages isn't coming until next month, but it will be well worth the wait judging by the emotional trailers.
This season features Chris Messina as an old high school chum of Ellen Parsons (Rose Byrne) who suffers from PTSD. In the trailers, we get glimpses of the drama to come, including nudity of the non-titillating variety, hints of torture and John Goodman playing a very loud, corrupt and scary military contractor. We can't wait!
Rob Lowe and Kaley Cuoco
After bringing the laughs to NBC's Parks and Recreation, Rob Lowe will be shifting back to drama.
The Emmy-nominated actor will play the womanizing police officer Drew Peterson, who was arrested in connection to the killing of his third wife, in the Lifetime movie tentatively titled The Drew Peterson Story, aka Ladykiller, Deadline reports.
Comedy Central is infecting its airwaves with viral videos for another season.
The cable network has renewed its web-centric show Tosh.0 for a 26-episode fourth season to debut in January 2012, it was announced Tuesday. Tosh.0 is Comedy Central's most-watched and highest-rated series, averaging 4.2 million viewers in its current third season. In its 10/9c Tuesday-night time slot, it's also tops among Men 18-34 and 18-24.
After writing about the road on this week's Platinum Hit (Sundays, 10/9c, Bravo), Nashville-based songwriter Karen Waldrup was told to hit it. She was blasted for her lyrics, although ironically the couplet that received the most flak — "I was put here for a reason / And I want the world to see it" — could be the battle cry for reality stars everywhere. Not that Waldrup would know. As she gears up for a tour of the South this summer and an industry showcase at Nashville's 12th & Porter, she tells us that before she was cast, she never watched a reality show. Also discussed: her hunger, her team and her letting go of the idea that her songs are her children...
Hugh Hefner and Crystal Harris
Hugh Hefner must cope with remaining a single man.
"The wedding is off. Crystal has had a change of heart," Hefner tweeted on Tuesday.
According to People, as first reported by TMZ, the 25-year-old Crystal Harris called off the wedding earlier Tuesday. The pair was scheduled to walk down the aisle Saturday.
The Bachelorette iced Game 6 of the Stanley Cup finals.
ABC's dating show averaged 7.82 million viewers from 8 to 10 ET against 5.23 million for the match on NBC between the Vancouver Canucks and Boston Bruins. Bachelorette also scored a 2.4 rating among 18-to-49-year-olds vs. hockey's 1.8 — down a chilling 38 percent against last year's Game 6 (which, admittedly, was between teams from two larger TV markets, Philadelphia and Chicago).