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Fall TV Report Card: How Is the New Class Doing?

Hawaii Five-0, Nikita

Despite a relatively lackluster development season, a few shows have struck a chord with audiences: CBS' Hawaii Five-0 has dominated on Monday nights and the CW's Nikita has proven that the network can launch more than shows for young women. Boardwalk Empire's record premiere bodes well for HBO, which already has a hit in its stable with True Blood. On the flip side, Lone Star's early cancellation shocked critics, if not the general viewing public. No such uproar greeted the axings of My Generation, Outlaw and The Whole Truth. For now, everything else seems to be treading water. Here's how we see fall TV's freshman class thus far... read more

Céline Dion Names Her Twins

Rene Angelil and Celine Dion

After nearly a week, Céline Dion has finally picked names for her newborn twin sons: Eddy and Nelson.

Céline Dion welcomes twin boys

Eddy is named after ...
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Tonight's TV Hot List: Friday, Oct. 29, 2010

Smallville

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Clark ought to know better than to make Lois aware that he's trying to protect her. But no. His efforts to steer her clear of the Vigilante Registrations Act story results in a declaration from Lois that she can take care of herself.  Of course, a flat tire on a lonely stretch of road has her doubting her own words as she finds herself in a dangerous pickle. — Rhoda Charles

Read on for previews of Dog Whisperer, CSI: NY, Primetime: What Would You Do?, What Not to Wear, Blue Bloods and Sanctuary. read more

Grey's Anatomy's Sara Ramirez: Callie "Really Doesn't Want to Go to Africa"

Jessica Capshaw and Sara Ramirez

The latest episode of Grey's Anatomy left fans scratching their heads after Callie (Sara Ramirez) announced that she'd be moving with Arizona (Jessica Capshaw) to Africa.

Grey's Anatomy: Are babies in Callie and Arizona's future?

Long before Callie and Arizona became Calzona, Arizona applied for a grant that she only now ended up winning, which means she'll be moving to Africa. Callie was left struggling with whether or not to tell Arizona how she really felt about the trip.

"Callie [was] caught in that thing where you love somebody so much you don't want to tell them the truth," Ramirez tells TVGuide.com. "Callie really... read more

Blue Bloods' Donnie Wahlberg: What Makes Danny Tick?

Blue Bloods

As a proud Bostonian, Donnie Wahlberg knows he's going to get flak for what he's about to say.

"It's awesome being a New York cop!" the Blue Bloods star tells TVGuide.com. "Everyone at home is going to kill me for this, but New York cops are the best. To work so closely with them and to get to play one, it's a great, great feeling. Nothing is better than walking through the streets of New York. We did a huge scene outside a few weeks ago and there's hundreds of New Yorkers watching. This guy riding ...
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Shape Editor Apologizes for Putting "Husband-Stealer" LeAnn Rimes on Cover

LeAnn Rimes

Shape magazine's Editor-in-Chief Valerie Latona apologized to readers for featuring "husband-stealer" LeAnn Rimes on the cover of Shape's October issue, calling it a "terrible mistake"

The 28-year-old Grammy-winning country singer, who cheated on her now ex-husband with a then married Eddie Cibrian, appeared on the cover with an accompanying story called... read more

Jury Convicts Howard K. Stern in Anna Nicole Smith Drug Trial

Anna Nicole Smith

A jury on Thursday convicted Anna Nicole Smith's old boyfriend, Howard K. Stern, and her psychiatrist of conspiring to use false names to obtain prescription drugs for the late reality star, according to The Associated Press.

Smith died of an accidental drug overdose in... read more

Survivor's Jill Calls Jane's Game Play "Vindictive" and "Nasty"

Survivor: Nicaragua

As the old saying goes, "Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime." Unfortunately for the La Flor tribe on Survivor: Nicaragua, Jane knew how to fish, but didn't feel like feeding anyone but herself. "That was infuriating," tribe mate Jill Behm tells TVGuide.com. "It's pretty hypocritical." After switching from tribes from Espada to La Flor, the older players had little to protect them from the majority. But instead of sticking by her original teammates, Jane left Jill and Marty out to dry and joined forces with the younger players. Jill, a 43-year-old ER doctor, talked to TVGuide.com about Jane's accusations, Marty's big move and her biggest... read more

Top Moments: Ellen and Becks Play Pranks and Modern Family's Gloria Tells It Like It Isn't

Modern Family, The Ellen Show

Our favorite moments of the TV week:

12. Hardest-to-Root-For Good Guy: On Boardwalk Empire, agent Van Alden's creepy crush on Margaret Schroeder takes on a quasi-religious bent this week. As the pious prohibitionist looks longingly at a file photo of Margaret, he flogs himself with a leather belt. A topography of scars on his back reveals that this isn't the first time he's had to punish himself for impure thoughts.

11. Most Recycled Storyline:  Kevin and Scotty, Brothers & Sisters' most beloved and functional couple, are dealt a... read more

Exclusive Fringe Video: Anna Torv Tackles Alternate Acting

Fringe

What's the challenge of playing two characters (who are, sort of, one)?

Fringe's Anna Torv has taken on the challenge of playing two characters this season. While the Olivia we've known since Season 1 is... read more

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