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Lea Michele to Sing at the Super Bowl

Lea Michele

Get ready to hear Lea Michele belt it twice on Super Bowl Sunday: The Glee star will perform during the pre-game, Billboard reports.

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Michele will sing "America the Beautiful" before the Pittsburgh Steelers and Green Bay Packers hit the field. She joins previously announced ... read more

Lucy Lawless Joining No Ordinary Family

Lucy Lawless

Xena and Spartacus: Blood and Sand star Lucy Lawless has landed a recurring role on No Ordinary Family , TVLine reports.

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Keck's Exclusives: Meet the Characters of ABC's Pan Am

Tommy Schlamme

ABC is hoping it has the next Mad Men with Pan Am, an early 1960's-set drama focusing on the sexy stewardesses (as flight attendants were known back then) of Pan Am's state- of-the-art aircraft, The Majestic. Though just a pilot at this point, the project is in very good hands, with West Wing director Tommy Schlamme charged with bringing this world to life. Our flight crew includes Maggie, Kate, Laura, Colette, charming pilot Dean and his co-pilot Ted.

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Keck's Exclusives: Details Revealed About Sarah Michelle Gellar's New Show

Sarah Michelle Gellar

Exciting new details have emerged about Sarah Michelle Gellar's new CBS series, Ringer, which sounds potentially even more intriguing than the goings on in Buffy's old Sunnydale universe.

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NBC Pilot Playboy Finds a Top Director

Alan Taylor

The director who brought Mad Men to life will now do the same for another 1960s-set drama, the NBC pilot Playboy.

Alan Taylor was hired late Thursday to direct the pilot of Playboy, which takes place during the same era that helped make Mad Men a critical darling. Like Mad Men, Playboy is aiming to capture the look and feel of the social and cultural revolution of the early 1960s. The story follows the exploits of a group of women hired to work at a Playboy Club in Chicago.

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William Shatner on Loving His TV Show, His New Album, and His Favorite Hobby

William Shatner

William Shatner may just be warp-speeding past Ryan Seacrest as the man with the most jobs in show business: the TV icon has a hit sitcom with big upcoming guest stars, a talk show, a newsmakers series, an upcoming book and a new album in the works.

His CBS sitcom,  $#*! My Dad Says, is a likely candidate to return for a second season, the actor told TV Guide Magazine at a breakfast to distribute philanthropic funds in conjunction with the Hollywood Charity Horse Show he founded. "It's getting terrific numbers, holding steady and beginning to build, and we're very hopeful for next season," Shatner says of his first regular sitcom gig. "I was unprepared for how different it is and I'm thrilled by it. I may be having the most fun of anything that I've ever done."

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Exclusive Fringe First Look!

Joshua Jackson

Is Peter Bishop a man or a machine? Maybe both. In this exclusive shot from tonight's episode of Fox's Fringe (9/8c, Fox), titled "Reciprocity," we get a peek at our hero hooked up to something as the team tries to figure out his connection to Walternate's doomsday device.

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Facts of Life Star Geri Jewell Comes Out in Memoir

Geri Jewell

The Facts of Life alum Geri Jewell has revealed she is lesbian in her new memoir, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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The memoir, titled I'm Walking as Straight as I Can: Transcending Disability in Hollywood and Beyond, also discusses Jewell's battle with cerebral palsy. The actress made history by being the first ... read more

Cheers & Jeers: Ricky Gervais Visits The Office

Ricky Gervais

Jeers to The Office for mishandling Ricky Gervais' cameo.

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Unplanned Repeats for CW's Friday Shows

Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki

Upset that the CW has pulled tonight's episodes of Supernatural and Smallville at the last minute? Blame Chicago politics.

The CW decided to repeat Thursday night's episodes of The Vampire Diaries and Nikita after learning that at least two major markets — Chicago and Baltimore — were pre-empting the shows. In Chicago, CW station WGN is airing a Chicago mayoral debate, which will likely draw increased interest due to the drama over candidate Rahm Emanuel (whose eligibility has been called in to question). In Baltimore, a college basketball game is pre-empting the shows.

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