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Is It Just Me: Has the Bachelor Already Found His Bride?

The Bachelor

Is Emily a lock to win The Bachelor?

It's only a month into the new season of ABC's dating competition, and already there seems to be a clear frontrunner for Brad Womack's heart. Emily Maynard, the blonde Southern belle who lost her previous fiancé to a plane crash and found out days later that she was carrying their child, has been getting the lion's share of attention from Brad — and ruffling the other women's feathers in the process.

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The League Creators Look Ahead to Season 3's Reign of Ruxin and Upcoming NFL Cameos

Paul Scheer, Stephen Rannazzisi, Nick Kroll and Mark Duplass

Until FX renewed The League Monday, die-hard fans were panicked they had seen the last of Kevin's meltdowns and Ruxin's schemes. Creators and executive producers Jackie and Jeff Schaffer said they never doubted the comedy's future.

"I honestly never questioned it," Jackie tells TVGuide.com. "I think we have the funniest cast on TV hands down. We weren't done with them, the network wasn't done with them yet and God knows the fans weren't done with them... read more

James Franco, Natalie Portman, Nicole Kidman Get Ready For Oscar Night

James Franco and Anne Hathaway

To critics claiming that picking James Franco and Anne Hathaway to host this year's Academy Awards is shameless pandering to young audiences, Franco has only one thing to say: "Duh!"

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Cheers & Jeers: The Chicago Firebrand

The Chicago Code

Cheers to The Chicago Code for unleashing the bear inside Jason Clarke.

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The Australian actor is probably best known to American audiences as Tommy Caffee, the velvet-glove politician to Jason Isaacs' iron-fisted sibling Michael on Showtime's late, great Brotherhood. But as detective Jarek Wysocki in Fox's Windy City cop drama, he blows through crime scenes like a man on a tornado-like mission to uproot corruption. He's an instantly fascinating character, and Clarke charges him with kinetic energy.

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Exclusive: One Life to Live's Cyber-Bully Revealed

Austin Williams

The teen bullying plot on One Life to Live turns personal February 22 when the anonymous jerk who's been harassing high schooler Shane Morasco (Austin Williams) over the internet turns out to be someone we know well — Blair and Todd's kid Jack (Andrew Trischitta). TV Guide Magazine spoke with the soap's Emmy-winning head writer Ron Carlivati about this ripped-from-the-headlines story and where it's headed.

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Glee Cast Returns to Concert Stages for North American Summer Tour

Glee

Time to get giddy, Gleeks!

The cast of Glee, including newest additions Chord Overstreet and Darren Criss, will return to North American concert stages this summer for their Glee Live! In Concert! tour, Fox announced Tuesday.

Glee's Max Adler says he's prepping for Karofsky's ... Lady Gaga moment?

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Cynthia Nixon, Fiancée Welcome a Baby Boy

Christine Marinoni and Cynthia Nixon

Sex and the City star Cynthia Nixon and fiancée Christine Marinoni have welcomed a son.

Marinoni, an education activist, gave birth to ...
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Olivia Wilde Separates from Italian Prince

Olivia Wilde and Tao Ruspoli

Olivia Wilde and her husband, Italian Prince Tao Ruspoli, have separated, her rep tells TVGuide.com.

The House actress, 26, and Ruspoli, 35, split after eight years of marriage.

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The Biz: Bob Woodruff's Long Road to Recovery

Bob Woodruff

On a table in Bob Woodruff's office at ABC News is a stack of flash cards with illustrations of household items. They are a reminder of the difficult days that followed for the correspondent after he suffered a traumatic brain injury from an improvised explosive device while reporting in Iraq.

"I couldn't even say scissor," he says as he palms one card. "I couldn't say hammer. When I could finally say it, I spelled it h-a-m-o-r. This was my therapy in the first month or two after I woke up — just trying to name these things."

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Keith Olbermann Heads to Current TV

Keith Olbermann

Former MSNBC anchor Keith Olbermann is coming back to prime time on Current TV.

Olbermann will host a new nightly news and commentary show in a deal will make him an equity partner in Current Media, the parent company of the channel which reaches 60 million homes in the U.S. He will also have the title of chief news officer and look to develop other news and talk shows for the network which mostly carries unscripted and documentary programming.

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