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Fringe may be moving to Fridays, but Fox says the show is far from over.
"I beg you not to write the eulogy prematurely," Fox President of Entertainment Kevin Reilly said Tuesday at the Television Critics Association's winter preview. "It's a show we're passionate about .... I really hope those fans would stick with it... I'd be heartbroken if it went away."
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Reilly also said that if viewers who watched the show on Thursdays followed the show to Fridays, it would be enough. "It would significantly improve our Friday night in terms of numbers and quality. ... If our fans stick with us, the show could stay on the air for many years."
As for Lie to Me, which halted production to make room for new cop drama The Chicago Code this spring...
Although Ashley H. received the first Bachelor one-on-one date and she and Brad quickly developed a bond, host Chris Harrison warns that she may get hit hard with "first-date syndrome."
While the season's first date went well, it was a tougher road to the rose for Jackie, who alarmed Brad when she revealed her lack of past relationships. Harrison weighs in on why Jackie raised a red flag and says he was surprised that Keltie, who he calls "cute on a stick," got axed so quickly.
Grab your ear plugs: Mary Murphy will return to So You Think You Can Dance as a resident judge for the show's upcoming eighth season, Fox announced Tuesday.
"I am thrilled and already dancing in my seat to be back as a permanent judge this season, which I'm sure will be the best ever," Murphy said in a statement.
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The shrill 52-year-old dancer and choreographer first returned to the judges' table for the Season 7 finale after...
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Pixar's Toy Story 3 has won the Golden Tomato Award for the best-reviewed film of the year.
The award is presented by RottenTomatoes.com, which compiles reviews from critics and measures the percentage of favorable critiques.
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The computer-animated film, which received ...
Consider her Lost and found! As cultural anthropologist Charlotte Lewis on the dearly departed mind-bending ABC drama, Rebecca Mader was done in by a gushing nosebleed following too much time travel. Now, Mader is back from the dead to play the equally mysterious Victoria Morrow on No Ordinary Family in an arc of episodes that kicks off tonight at 8/7c on ABC. We asked the fiery gal for the scoop about her new alter ego.
TV Guide Magazine: How would you describe Victoria?
Mader: She is a British woman who works with Stephanie [Julie Benz] at Global Tech as ...
Holt McCallany and Catherine McCormack
Why are we so thankful for FX's new boxing drama Lights Out — a rock 'em, sock 'em respite from the midwinter doldrums? Let us count the ways.
1. Everybody loves a comeback.
We meet 40-year-old Patrick "Lights" Leary (Holt McCallany) five years after a catastrophic title bout. The consequences of that event have left him financially, physically and existentially at sea. And while a return to the ring could mean disaster on every front, McCallany notes ...
Jackie, Brad Womack
Did the women not seem surprised that Brad Womack is the Bachelor?
Learning that Brad Womack — the Bachelor who's on Round 2 of the ABC dating competition — was this season's main man should've been a jaw-dropper for his harem. And yet when the ladies stepped out of the limos to meet him during the January 3 premiere, one after another seemed armed with a pithy remark. First contestant Chantal O'Brien even slapped the guy — which leads us to believe that either she had a heads-up about who she was about to encounter, or else ...