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Ashley Williams Replaces Eliza Dushku in Bird Dog

Ashley Williams

Ashley Williams has been tapped to star in TNT's Bird Dog, replacing Eliza Dushku as the lead, TVGuide.com has confirmed.

Williams, 32, will play Gail McGrath, a cop who is forced to partner with her estranged father, also a policeman, who will be portrayed by... read more

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Adrienne Compares Her Marriage to Lucy and Ricky

Adrienne Maloof

This may only be the first season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, but there's been no shortage of drama.

Besides Camille Grammer and Kyle Richards' multiple verbal sparring matches and Kim Richards' clash with Taylor Armstrong, some of the show's most memorable arguments have been between... read more

Becki Newton Welcomes a Son

Becki Newton

It's a boy for Becki Newton.

The former Ugly Betty star and her husband, Chris Diamantopoulos, welcomed their ...
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The Office Video: Amy Ryan's Holly, Jolly Christmas Return

Amy Ryan

Get ready for a Holly, jolly Office Christmas!

Amy Ryan returns as adorably goofy HR rep Holly Flax, aka Michael Scott's "one that got away," on Thursday's one-hour episode of The Office. And as you can see from their reunion, the two pick up right where they left off.

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Holly, who was transferred ...
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Lisa Ling: I Felt Like a "Complete Failure" After Suffering Miscarriage

Lisa Ling

Lisa Ling says she felt like a "complete failure" after suffering a miscarriage six months ago.

The journalist and former View co-host said in an episode of the show scheduled to air Friday that she and her husband, oncologist Paul Song, lost their ...
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Dallas' Larry Hagman to Guest-Star on Desperate Housewives

Larry Hagman

Larry Hagman is going from Southfork Ranch to Wisteria Lane.

The Dallas star and erstwhile J.R. Ewing will appear on Desperate Housewives later this season, he tells The Hollywood Reporter.

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Hagman will play the love interest of Lynette's mother, Stella Wingfield (Polly Bergen), and will start shooting ...
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The Fur Flies on Tonight's Vampire Diaries

The Vampire Diaries

The moon is full and the wolves are howling in The Vampire Diaries' final new episode until January (airing tonight at 8/7c on The CW). No one in Mystic Falls — good or bad, human or supernatural — is safe. "Elena takes it all on herself," says Nina Dobrev, who does double-duty as the selfless heroine ready to do whatever it takes to save her loved ones and as Katherine, the seductive, selfish vampire currently stashed in the town's blood-sucker tomb. While Elena is in deep emotional pain, "everyone thinks she's unstable," says Dobrev.

Meanwhile, Tyler (Michael Trevino) is in physical hell as he endures his first werewolf transformation... read more

Shane Brennan on the Future of NCIS and NCIS: LA

NCIS

Season 8 of NCIS has almost reached its halfway point, but when the CBS procedural returns with new episodes in January, there's plenty more action in store. At the HRTS Hitmakers Luncheon on December 8, executive producer Shane Brennan took some time out to discuss an Emmy-worthy performance by guest star Bob Newhart, the future of Tiva and whether or not there's romantic potential on NCIS: Los Angeles... read more

Rescue Me's Peter Tolan: The Hollywood Foreign Press Association Is a "Bunch of Whores"

Peter Tolan

How do you really feel about the Golden Globes, Peter Tolan?

The Rescue Me co-creator and executive producer didn't mince any words when the topic of awards came up during his moderation of Wednesday's Hollywood Radio and Television Society's annual showrunner panel, as he called the Hollywood Foreign Press Association "just a group of whores from other countries."

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"I'm not prone to hyperbole, but the Foreign Press really is a bunch of whores," he said. "They can be bought. ... It's really an excuse to go out with people who don't speak English that well and maybe ...
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Kurt Sutter Previews What's Next for Sons of Anarchy

Charlie Hunnam

The third season of Sons of Anarchy saw the motorcycle gang travel to Ireland and back, and ended with many of them going to prison. But while Jax (Charlie Hunnam) and Clay (Ron Perlman) patch up their relationship in jail, Tara finds out that Jax's deceased father and former leader of the motorcycle club feared that he would be killed by Clay and Gemma. We asked SOA creator Kurt Sutter about where he wants to take the fourth season, and when viewers can expect the crap to hit the fan... read more

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