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Bones Spin-off Casts Geoff Stults as Its "Locator"

Geoff Stults

Geoff Stults has been tapped to star in the upcoming Bones spinoff, TVGuide.com has confirmed.

Stults, who starred in October Road, Happy Town and 7th Heaven, will play... read more

Modern Family's Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Boyfriend Go Public

Jesse Tyler Ferguson

Jesse Tyler Ferguson, the openly gay star of Modern Family, made his first public appearance with boyfriend Justin Mikita, Us Magazine reports.

Ferguson, who was nominated for an Emmy for his role as Mitchell, partner of Cameron (Eric Stonestreet), on the ABC comedy, was spotted with Mikita (Can't Be Heaven) at... read more

Demi Lovato Leaves Treatment Facility

Demi Lovato

Demi Lovato has left the treatment facility where she was seeking help for emotional and physical issues, TVGuide.com has confirmed.

Demi Lovato not in treatment for drugs or alcohol, reps say

Lovato returned to... read more

SAG Awards Predictions: Who Will Win?

Sofia Vergara, Jon Hamm

It pays to have friends in high places — or in Hollywood's case, in the Screen Actors Guild. Why? Because actors vote for each other at the Screen Actors Guild Awards. The 17th annual ceremony takes place Sunday (8/7c on TNT and TBS), and as the final ballots are being tallied, let's take a stab at who we think will be honored by their peers. Check out our predictions below and tell us your picks for the big prizes.  

TV Guide Network's red carpet coverage begins Sunday at 6 ET/3 PT with Screen Actors Guild Awards with Chris Harrison. And be sure to tune in to the Red Carpet Fashion Wrap hosted by Lawrence Zarian on Monday at 8/7c.

Check out the full list of SAG nominees

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Drama Ensemble
Will win:
Mad Men
SAG voters are notoriously repetitive ...
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Matt's TV Week in Review

Southland

Much of the TV landscape is, and has always been, devoted to comfort-food formula. Some of us, though, live for those moments when a show breaks formula and delivers the unexpected. This week gave us some excellent examples of that in the most popular formula of the moment: the crime/police drama.

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First, TNT's Southland, which really doesn't qualify as a conventional police procedural, its cases often taking a back seat to the personal day-in-the-worklife dramas that unfold with gritty, muted realism. Even so, it was a jolt to witness the death of a major character (Kevin Alejandro's quietly competent Nate Moretta) unfold in the manner of a matter-of-fact nightmare...

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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.

First Look: The Glee Super Bowl episode

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.

Keck's Exclusives: Eric Balfour terrorizes No Ordinary Family

Lawless will play ... read more

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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