Mad Men opening credits
It's time to give credit where credit (sequences) are due. With your help, TV Guide Magazine has put together a list of the 10 best opening credit sequences of all time.
Now we want to hear from you to rank them for an upcoming issue, where we'll reveal the final results. Is the Simpsons' trip through Springfield the best opening ever? Or is it Dexter's creepy morning routine? Vote for your favorite in our poll after the jump...
Jeers to Rizzoli & Isles for committing the biggest crimes against Boston since Bill Buckner and "Bucky F---ing Dent."
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TNT's hit summer drama is ostensibly set in Beantown, but most of the stock L.A. locales where the show is actually shot look more like Malibu than Massachusetts. It's too bad R&I couldn't shoot on location, like the vastly superior mystery adaptation Spenser: For Hire did back in the '80s, but apparently it's cheaper to fake it on a backlot.
Even worse, Angie Harmon's Texas twang keeps slipping through her stab at a Boston brogue....
Giddy newlywed Anna Paquin described married life as "awesome" as she celebrated Emmy night with her new husband Stephen Moyer and their True Blood castmates at the HBO party. What can we expect from True Blood's finale next week? "We can't say a thing," said Paquin. "We like our jobs!"
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Fortunately, her costars were more forthcoming...
The Real Housewives of New Jersey
Poor Andy Cohen. From the near-smackdown between Kim and Lisa in Atlanta to the ever-quarreling Kelly and Bethenny in New York City, no one is more skilled at keeping Bravo's many Real Housewives in line.
But The Real Housewives of New Jersey proved too much for even Cohen to handle during Monday's Season 2 reunion. Oh, the producers tried. There were joyous montages celebrating Teresa Giudice and Jacqueline Laurita's new babies and poignant reels highlighting Caroline Manzo's struggle with an empty nest and her son's learning disability. Still, nothing could hold the first ladies of the Garden State back from pulling emotional -- and physical! Beware Teresa...
What do a Brady, a Jersey boy and a Baywatch babe have in common? They're all putting on their dancing shoes for Season 11 of Dancing with the Stars.
Get to know the new cast — including...
Michael C. Hall
Dexter may have lost Rita and offed the Trinity Killer last season, but an onslaught of new faces will appear on the show this year.
Julia Stiles, Johnny Lee Miller and Peter Weller are just some of the people who will be paying Miami a visit.
Why are so many new stars coming on? And how will that affect the amount of screen time the resident Dexter cast gets?
Mike 'The Situation' Sorrentino
Dirty, funny, controversial and wildly surprising. Those are the five words that best sum up the twelve celebrities set to shake a tail feather on the new season of Dancing With the Stars.
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In the wildly surprising category, how about...
She may have retired Wilhelmina Slater's Botox prescriptions and killer heels after the demise of Ugly Betty, but that doesn't mean Vanessa Williams has completely shed her alter-ego for her role on Desperate Housewives. Judging by this new promo for the ABC drama's seventh season, our favorite scheming and self-absorbed Mode editor seems...