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Keck's Exclusives: Dynasty Heads to the Big Screen

Dynasty

Dynasty creators Richard and Esther Shapiro are putting the finishing touches on a film script that would be a prequel to their 1980s oil drama, focusing on the 1960s love story between twentysomething Blake Carrington (John Forsythe) and teen Alexis Morrell (Joan Collins).

"It seems to be the right time, with Sex and the City and some of the other TV shows having jumped to the big screen," says Richard, adding that "everyone has always wanted to know the beginnings of Blake and Alexis, who was in love with him throughout the series."

The film opens with Blake battling his half siblings upon discovering he's a Carrington ... read more

Anne Hathaway to Play Kurt's Lesbian Aunt on Glee

Anne Hathaway

While Glee star Chris Colfer kept his composure when he went on stage to collect the Golden Globe for Best Performance for an Actor in a Supporting Role on Sunday night, he couldn't hide his excitement about the idea of having Anne Hathaway become part of his television family. "Anne Hathaway as a lesbian — just that sentence is awesome!" Colfer told TV Guide Magazine at the Fox Golden Globe Awards Post Show Celebration on January 16. "I think she wants to be... read more

Matt's Picks: January 17-20

How I Met Your Mother

How I Met Your Mother (Monday, 8/7c, CBS)
Finding humor in tragedy is always a tricky business, and that's the challenge facing Mother as the gang accompanies Marshall back to his Minnesota home for his father's funeral. Ted and Barney task themselves with doing whatever it takes to coax a smile or a laugh from their grieving buddy. But Marshall is distracted by an unexpected meeting with the bully who terrorized him through high school. The joke being that the bully is played by the diminutive Danny Strong (Buffy the Vampire Slayer). Elsewhere, Monday is a big night for new shows on TV, with the premieres of two remakes of British series — Being Human on Syfy and Skins on MTV — plus Harry's Law on NBC and the launch of Piers Morgan's talk show (with Oprah as the first guest) on CNN... read more

Roush Review: Remakes and a Retread

Being Human

Does no one have an original idea in TV land anymore? Judging from tonight's latest batch of mid-season offerings, it hardly appears so. Programmers have either gone to England for inspiration, rarely improving on the source material, or back to the drawing board of tried-and-true formats like the courtroom drama, resulting in an unhappy epidemic of deja view viewing.

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The best of tonight's premieres is Syfy's remake of Being Human (9/8c), and even it is a pale imitation of the provocative British original. Given the relatively limited reach of BBC America... read more

Keck's Exclusives: Big Love Finale Shockers

Bill Paxton

As HBO's Big Love nears its March series finale, what happens in the last three episodes "is astonishing," teases creator Mark Olsen. "We really went there!" Pressed for a few hints, Olsen and cocreator Will Scheffer warn us to expect an "ultimate and final showdown" pitting Bill against Alby.... read more

Tonight's TV Hot List: Monday, Jan. 17, 2011

Skins

Skins
10/9c MTV
The American adaptation of this provocative teen drama from across the pond makes its highly anticipated U.S. debut, and while the series, known for its frank depictions of teen sex and substance abuse, has been toned down for American audiences, the racy — and occasionally raunchy — premiere tells us that it will no doubt continually push the boundaries of basic cable. — Karen Kelty

Read on for previews of Being Human, Piers Morgan Tonight, Harry's Law, House, Heavy and NBA Basketball. read more

Keck's Exclusives: DWTS Hoofer Derek Hough to Guest on Better With You

Dancing With The Stars, Derek Hough

Joining Larry King in a March episode of ABC's Better With You will be another acting novice trying his hand at comedy. Popular Dancing With the Stars pro Derek Hough has been cast to play a dancing instructor named Phillip.

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Top Moments: Globes Host Ricky Gervais Bites Hollywood's Hand

Ricky Gervais

The best and worst moments of the Golden Globes:

12. Best Shout-Out to the HFP-Who? Here's how Best Supporting Actor winner Christian Bale (The Fighter) thanked the ragtag group of journalists abroad known as the Hollywood Foreign Press Association: "I never really knew who those guys were. I'd always leave the press junkets going, 'Who are those awful characters in that room?' I usually just sat there and they'd be arguing amongst themselves... And now I know who you are, and I realize how wise and spectacular and perceptive those guys really are! ...What a bunch of characters."

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Hannah Montana Series Finale: Hugs and Warm Fuzzies for Everyone (Even Rico!)

Hannah Montana

After four years of hijinks, squabbles and crazy wigs, Hannah Montana sang its swan song with a — we'll say it, teary ! — hour-long series finale Sunday.

The episode focused on the longstanding friendship between Miley (Miley Cyrus) and Lilly (Emily Osment), who have made plans to attend Stanford together. Unfortunately, just before orientation... read more

Glee, The Social Network Top Golden Globe Awards

Chris Colfer

Glee continued to hit high notes at the Golden Globes, winning three trophies, including its second straight award for best comedy series, while The Social Network solidified its status as Oscar front-runner.

Check out all the fashion hits and misses from the Golden Globes

The Fox hit is the first show to repeat in comedy series since Desperate Housewives won two years in a row in 2005 and 2006. Stars Chris Colfer and Jane Lynch also won the supporting awards.

In film, The Social Network topped the ...
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