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Exclusive: First Look at Green Lantern: The Animated Series

Green Lantern

Here's your first look at Green Lantern: The Animated Series, coming to Cartoon Network in 2011. Warner Bros. Animation, which is producing the show, will preview the upcoming DC Comics adaptation for fans at this weekend's New York Comic Con at the Jacob K. Javits Center on Manhattan's West Side.

Executive producer Bruce Timm — whose infinite credits include the beloved animated series starring Batman, Superman and the Justice League — will headline the panel on Saturday at 2:30pm, alongside producer Giancarlo Volpe (Star Wars: The Clone Wars) and producer/story editor Jim Krieg (Ben 10: Alien Swarm). Following the panel... read more

Rep: Michael Douglas Has One Cancer Treatment Left

Michael Douglas

Michael Douglas has one throat cancer treatment remaining, his rep says.

"He's really happy about it ending," Allen Burry tells People.

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Douglas has been on eight weeks of chemotherapy and radiation since being diagnosed with Stage IV throat cancer in August. Burry says no further treatments ...
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Matt's Weekend Picks: October 8-10

Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins

Supernatural (Friday, 9/8c, The CW)
It's angels in America time again, as Castiel wings it back to Earth to help the brothers solve a case of police murders that seems to hark back to the plagues of Egypt. While there, Cas reveals that Heaven in in post-apocalyptic chaos and God's weapons have been stolen. (Ergo, the search for the staff of Moses.) And while seeking the supernatural thief, they confront an old enemy.... read more

The Mentalist: Gunning for Romance

Simon Baker, Malcolm McDowell

It's a crazy, jam-packed night on The Mentalist (10/9c, CBS). The fate of psychic Kristina Frye (Leslie Hope) — abducted last season by serial slayer Red John — will at last be revealed. Malcolm McDowell returns as messianic cult leader ... read more

Cheers & Jeers: Terrence Howard Lays Down the Law

Terrence Howard

Cheers to Terrence Howard for his passionate performance on Law & Order: Los Angeles.

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As suave Deputy DA Jonah Dekker, the Oscar-nominated actor (Hustle & Flow) may be the most purely charismatic cast member on any L&O show since Chris Noth. And when he butts heads with Peter Coyote's more politically minded DA, it's a battle of seductively gravelly voices to rival Alec Baldwin and Will Arnett's verbal smackdowns on 30 Rock... read more

NBC Picks Up Ben Silverman's Comedy Script

Ben Silverman

Ben Silverman is back in business with NBC.

The former co-chairman of NBC Entertainment and Universal Media Studios has sold Party People, an ensemble comedy script, to his old network home, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Described as a modern-day Taxi, Party People revolves around entertainers who perform at children's parties. Silverman will executive-produce ...
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It's a Boy for Law & Order's Alana de la Garza

Alana De La Garza

Former Law & Order star Alana de la Garza has welcomed a son.

Kieran Thomas Roberts was born Sept. 28 and weighed ...
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Five Reasons Bruce Springsteen and Glee Need to Unite

Cory Monteith, Bruce Springsteen

Glee's done Madonna, they've conquered Britney. But can McKinley High's New Directions take on The Boss? Multiple reports say the hit musical comedy is mulling a Bruce Springsteen-themed episode to air immediately following the Super Bowl, which Fox is televising come Feb. 6. And now the word is Springsteen himself may guest-star — not as himself but as... read more

NBC Halts Production on Outlaw

Outlaw

Outlaw may soon be out of the lineup on NBC.

The network halted production on the struggling legal drama Wednesday.

Outlaw's Jimmy Smits pursues — and plays with — justice

NBC plans to still air the five new... read more

Glee Surpasses the Beatles for Most Billboard Hot 100 Chart Entries

Chris Colfer

Twist and shout, Gleeks!

Glee surpassed the Beatles in the Billboard record books Wednesday, breaking the record for most songs on the Billboard Hot 100 by a non-solo act.

The announcement comes one day after the Fox hit featured its first tune from the Fab Four, when Kurt... read more

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