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Scoop from the 22nd Annual GLAAD Media Awards

Julie Bowen

When it comes to the portrayal of sexually diverse characters, TV has come a long way in the past two decades. Nowhere was that quite as evident as on the red carpet of the 22nd Annual GLAAD media awards in Los Angeles where stars from such shows as Modern Family, Grey's Anatomy and Nurse Jackie represented the LGBT community in the media. "I want to play my character as honestly as possible," Pretty Little Liars' Shay Mitchell told TV Guide Magazine of her character, Emily, who is out and proud. "For her to really embrace coming out was awesome, and the ...
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Matt Lauria's Code of Honor

Matt Lauria

On Mondays, Matt Lauria plays a 29-year-old homicide cop, and on Fridays, he's a 17-year-old high school football player. The "somewhere in between" actor tells us what's up on his new show The Chicago Code and what to expect on the fifth and final season ...
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David Letterman Receives Top Honor at Inaugural Comedy Awards

David Letterman

David Letterman received the top honor as the recipient of the "Johnny Carson Award for Comedic Excellence" at the inaugural Comedy Awards.

The event, which honored the industry's top writers, directors, actors and stand-up comedians, took place in New York last month and was simulcast on Comedy Central, Spike TV, TV Land, VH1 and Nick at Nite on Sunday.

Scoop on Modern Family, The Office and more at the Comedy Awards

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Glee, Modern Family Receive Top Honors at GLAAD Media Awards

Mike O'Malley and Chris Colfer

Glee and Modern Family tied for top honors at the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) Media Awards in Los Angeles Sunday. Both comedy shows took home the award for Outstanding Comedy Series.

Accepting the award from comedian Joel McHale was Glee's Chris Colfer and his TV dad Mike O'Malley who remarked, "I've yet to say a funny thing on the show."

Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Julie Bowen and Ariel Winter accepted on behalf of the ABC show.

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CBS Tweet Week: What Amazing Race Teams Get on Phil Keoghan's Nerves?

The Amazing Race, Phil Keoghan

On Sunday's Amazing Race: Unfinished Business, teams traveled to Varanasi, India, where they completed such tasks as hauling hay and making fuel with cow manure. Luckily for Phil Keoghan, who live-tweeted the episode, he didn't get down and dirty because "there is no time" for him to try any of the tasks, he revealed.

Here are five more tidbits we learned from the Amazing host:
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House: How Will Thirteen's Return Affect House and the Team?

Olivia Wilde and Hugh Laurie, House

There's no denying that Monday's House is special — but not because it's the show's 150th episode.

"I refuse to acknowledge those numbers as milestones," creator and executive producer David Shore tells TVGuide.com. "I hate to pooh-pooh this, but I believe Episode 149 should be just as good as Episode 150. One number's not more important than another number. This is kind of a departure episode, but that's purely coincidental."

Mega Buzz: Clues about Thirteen's return to House

Whether or not all episodes are created equal, this one is emotionally significant, both for Dr. House (Hugh Laurie) and Thirteen (Olivia Wilde), who returns to the show after a mysterious disappearance more than a year ago. And since House and Thirteen's happy reunion takes place outside a New Jersey correctional facility, her return promises to be just as baffling... read more

Dancing's Chelsie Hightower: The Paso Doble Could Be Our "Awesome Comeback Dance"

Chelsie Hightower

Romeo may be portrayed as a flirt on Dancing with the Stars, but Chelsie Hightower says the rapper is all business this week after getting tepid critiques for their rumba. "We are working our butts off!" she tells TVGuide.com. "We joke around, but our main goal is to focus on the dancing and we're working extra-hard this week to come back stronger with our paso doble." Making their comeback slightly more difficult is the show's first classical week, which will feature a 46-piece orchestra for each couple's dance — not exactly the type of music that goes with the paso.

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VIDEO: Law & Order: LA Braces for a Cop Killing and a New Detective

Skeet Ulrich, Caitlin Carmichael

In its 20-plus year history, Law & Order has said goodbye to cast members in many different ways. There are those who simply move to a different gig (we hardly knew you,  Sgt. Phil Cerreta). Then there's the more controversial exits, like A.D.A. Claire Kincaid's fatal car crash or Det. Green's resignation after a messy internal affairs investigation.

But, for just the second time in franchise history, an officer will be... read more

Jim Carrey Debuts Rocking New Haircut

Jim Carrey

Jim Carrey is showing his rocker side with a new Mohawk haircut.

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The actor, 49, debuted his new 'do on Twitter, where he posted a picture of his... read more

Russell Brand Beats Russell Brand at the Box Office as Hop Stays on Top

Arthur

In the battle of Russell Brand versus Russell Brand, filmgoers chose the animated bunny over the millionaire playboy, Box Office Mojo reports.

Hop, featuring Brand's voice as the title character, held on firmly to the top spot at the box office, grossing an estimated $21.6 million in its second week of release. Brand's latest film, a remake of Arthur, followed at No. 2 with... read more

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