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Criminal Minds Premiere: Can Morgan Keep His Promise?

Thomas Gibson, Joe Mantegna and Shemar Moore

On the Criminal Minds Season 6 premiere, Agent Morgan will cross a very personal line in order to save a young girl's life.

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Morgan (Shemar Moore) not only has to catch a serial killer (guest star Tim Curry) during a Los Angeles blackout, but he's also driven by a promise to protect the daughter of Detective Spicer (guest star Eric Close), who was murdered in the Season 5 finale.

"We wanted to put a lot of weight on Morgan," executive producer Simon Mirren says. "He's personally invested because in the cliff-hanger, he witnessed this awful thing. He's never had to make a promise before. He's a single guy because of the life he leads and he doesn't want to put that kind of pressure on anybody or to have any demands on him. His teammates feel maybe he's crossing a line, but after what he's witnessed, the lines aren't blurry anymore."

Because of his promise, Morgan ... read more

Returning Favorites: Modern Love

Modern Family

ABC's Modern Family might look a bit different when the clan returns tonight at 9/8c. "Lily gained about 700 pounds," says Jesse Tyler Ferguson, who plays Mitchell, one of the tot's adoptive pops. "OK, I'm exaggerating. But it's amazing how much she's grown in such a short amount of time."

He could easily be describing the show itself. In a mere year, the hilarious and unabashedly emotional family comedy has ... read more

Exclusive: A First Look at the New SVU Headquarters

Christopher Meloni and Mariska Hargitay

On the fourth episode of Law & Order: SVU, a flood will render the show's 16th Precinct all but unusable — hence the title of the fifth episode: "Wet." While they wait for their new, drier digs to be ready, Benson and Stabler will work out of a mobile command center, which will be parked on the streets of New York. Associate producer Mike Ciliento gives us a tour of the cozy new space.

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Dexter's Michael C. Hall Gives a Bloody Good Gift

Dexter

On Dexter, no prop is more iconic than the box Dexter Morgan uses to organize blood slides of his victims. And, TV Guide Magazine has learned exclusively, star Michael C. Hall gave an original box to his doctor after successful treatment for Hodgkin's lymphoma earlier this year. "He's an oncologist, and I noticed he had his own collection of bone marrow blood slides," says Hall, recovered and back at work on Season 5 (premiering September 26 on Showtime). "Towards the end of my treatment ... read more

American Idol Unveils New Judges: Jennifer Lopez, Steven Tyler and Randy Jackson

Steven Tyler, Randy Jackson, Jennifer Lopez

In a return to a three-judge format, American Idol has named Jennifer Lopez, Steven Tyler and Randy Jackson its judges for Season 10.

"We always ask, 'Who's going to be the next American Idol?'" Ryan Seacrest said Wednesday at The Forum in Los Angeles. "We never ask, 'Who will be the new judges?'" After showing a montage of each ...
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French Stewart Soaps Up for Days of Our Lives

French Stewart

Warning: This performance may contain a trace of nut. When Days of Our Lives needed someone to play the funeral director at a pet cemetery, they handed the part to French Stewart. The former 3rd Rock From the Sun funnyman will appear on the NBC soap September 27 and 29 in scenes involving Brody (Eric Martsolf) and the theft of his mom's remains. Stewart is popping up a lot lately: He will guest on ... read more

Modern Family's Eric Stonestreet: "We're Still Going to Be Great This Year"

Eric Stonestreet, Modern Family

Sophomore slump? Eric Stonestreet doesn't get it — but assures you it will not apply to Modern Family. "I don't know why people sort of expect you to stumble, but I can tell you that that will not happen with us," he tells TVGuide.com. "We're still going to be great this year."

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After premiering last fall to near-universal acclaim, the ABC comedy became a breakout hit, culminating in an ...
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Backstage at Dancing With the Stars: Hoff, We Hardly Knew Ya

Dancing with the Stars

"Were you surprised?" asks host Tom Bergeron moments after the show. "I was really surprised. I thought he'd go at least three or four weeks." The "he" in question is David Hasselhoff, the first star bounced from the new season of Dancing With the Stars.

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Watercooler: Premiere Week Survival Guide, Part 2

Glee

When it rains, it pours. And poor us, having so much new TV, right?

Once again, the television gods rained down upon us a night of too many choices as the fall season continued to unfurl. And just like Monday, our DVRs runneth over!

Of course, the biggies were the returns of a rather ungleeful Glee (boo to the unexpectedly short reign of Charice as New Directions' star-to-be!), NCIS and son, The Biggest Loser, and — because it won't go away —the first Dancing With the Stars elimination. (So long, Hoff!)

Crowded in among these ratings beasts were ... read more

Jon Hamm: "I Struggled with Chronic Depression"

Jon Hamm

Jon Hamm says he battled chronic depression following the deaths of his parents.

The Mad Men star lost his mother to stomach cancer when he was 10 and his father — by whom he says Don Draper is partially inspired — a decade later.

Could Jon Hamm be the next Superman?

"I was ... unmoored by that," Hamm, 39, told the U.K. magazine The Observer. "But I was very fortunate to have ...
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