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V Pulls Back the (Lizard) Layers in Season 2

V, Elizabeth Mitchell

When ABC's V returns for its second season, the days of sitting around waiting for the Visitors to get the upper hand are over. Erica Evans (Elizabeth Mitchell) and the ragtag group of resistance fighters called the Fifth Column are on the offensive. 

Season 1 followed FBI agent Evans, often the moral compass of the Fifth Column. The group, however, was small, and their journey was slow and arduous. Because of the ethical lines Erica refused to cross, she often kept the group from waging the war that should've begun in Season1.

Jane Badler returns to V as a new, "more mature" Diana

When Season 2 kicks off (Tuesday, 9/8c), the series will dive right into the action with the introduction of... read more

OWN Starts Well; Football’s Still First on NBC

Oprah

Not quite living up to Oprah Winfrey's "live your best life now" mantra, her OWN network nonetheless got off to a respectable start, debuting New Year's Day to an average prime-time audience of 1.16 million viewers.

It was the No. 3 cable network among women aged 25 to 54 at 8 and 9 p.m., a two-hour block of Season 25: Oprah Behind the Scenes. OWN only trailed... read more

Toni Braxton Lands Her Own Reality Show

Toni Braxton

Toni Braxton will star alongside her family in a reality show on WE TV, a network rep tells TVGuide.com.

The show, titled Braxton Family Values, will premiere in April. It will focus on the Grammy winner as well as her sisters, Traci, Towanda, Trina and Tamar, all of whom are aspiring singers... read more

SpongeBob SquarePants Renewed for Ninth Season

SpongeBob SquarePants

SpongeBob SquarePants has been renewed for a ninth season, Nickelodeon announced Monday.

Nick ordered a 26-episode season, which will push the hit children's cartoon over the 200-episode mark.

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"SpongeBob's success in reaching over 200 episodes is a  testament to creator Stephen Hillenburg's vision, comedic sensibility and his dynamic, lovable characters," Brown Johnson, Nickelodeon's animation president, said in a statement.... read more

Forbidden Planet, Honey West Star Anne Francis Dies at 80

Anne Francis

Anne Francis, the actress best known for her roles in the 1956 science fiction film Forbidden Planet and the 1960s TV show Honey West, has died. She was 80.

Francis died Sunday at a Santa Barbara nursing home of complications of pancreatic cancer, her daughter, Jane Uemura, told the Los Angeles Times.

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Born as Ann Marvak in Ossining, N.Y., Francis, known for the prominent beauty mark near her mouth, rose to fame starring alongside such actors as Spencer Tracy and Paul Newman in the 1950s... read more

USA Network Resurrects WWE Tough Enough

John Cena

USA Network is resurrecting the wrestling reality series WWE Tough Enough.

Tough Enough, which originally aired on MTV until 2003, will feature... read more

CNN Anchor John Roberts Heads to Fox News

John Roberts

CNN anchor John Roberts is joining Fox News as a national correspondent.

"His reputation as a skilled journalist with years of notable experience in the field will be... read more

Brangelina Donate $2 Million to African Sanctuary

Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are donating  $2 million to a wildlife sanctuary in Namibia.

The donation was made to... read more

Lindsay Lohan Checks Out of Rehab

Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan has checked out of rehab, according to People.

The 24-year-old was discharged from Betty Ford Center in Rancho Mirage, Calif., on Monday, the first day she was eligible to leave the facility. "It's a great day," mother Dina Lohan told E! Online.

Michael Lohan: Lindsay to check out of rehab next week

There was some initial confusion about whether Lohan had left the center... read more

Americans Watched More TV Than Ever in 2010 — Who Would Have Guessed?

Grace Park, Alex O'Loughlin, Scott Caan, and Daniel Dae Kim

Between the cop shows, medical dramas and reality farces, Americans watched more television than ever in 2010 (and we here at TVGuide.com thank you for your patronage).

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A new Nielsen report indicates that total viewing of broadcast and cable channels rose 1 percent to an average of 34 hours per person per week, according to The New York Times.

CBS was the most-watched network among all viewers for 51 out of 52 weeks, with three of its freshman series — Hawaii Five-0, Blue Bloods and Mike & Molly — landing in the top 20 for the year. (Incidentally, they were also the ... read more

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