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ABC's No Ordinary Family, Better With You Get Full Season Pick-Ups

No Ordinary Family

ABC has ordered full seasons for freshman series No Ordinary Family and Better With You, the network announced Monday.

The Whole Truth, meanwhile, has become ABC's second casualty this season, following the quick demise of My Generation. The series, which only pulled in 4.45 million viewers in its last outing, will... read more

Whitney Port: The City Is Over

Whitney Port

So ends an era: MTV has canceled The City.

"As of right now it doesn't really look like we're doing [The City] anymore," star Whitney Port told Ryan Seacrest Monday on his morning radio show.

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The City — a spin-off of The Hills, which was a spin-off of 2004's Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County — followed Port as she endeavored to make it in New York's fashion industry. The series debuted in 2008 to... read more

FX Orders Elijah Wood Comedy Wilfred

Elijah Wood as "Ryan" and Jason Gann as “Wilfred”

FX has ordered Wilfred, a new comedy series starring Elijah Wood as an introvert trying to find happiness, the network announced Monday.

Adapted from the Australian series of the same name, the show revolves around... read more

TV Guide Network to Air BAFTA Los Angeles' Britannia Awards

Betty White

The Britannia Awards, given by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Los Angeles, will be broadcast in the United States for the first time on TV Guide Network.

The 19th annual ceremony will air Sunday, Nov. 7 at 8/7c and will be preceded by a 30-minute red carpet special.

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The Britannia Awards honors those who have made an outstanding contribution to the entertainment industry in the U.S. and Great Britain. British comedian Stephen Fry is set to host.

"BAFTA Los Angeles' Britannia Awards have found a great home ...
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Carrie Ann Inaba Opens Up About Dancing With the Stars

Dancing With the Stars

She was stunned by the early ouster of David Hasselhoff, taken with the pigeon-toed charm of Mike "the Situation" Sorrentino and blown away by the sensuality of Jennifer Grey. But more than anything ... read more

Amazing Race's Katie and Rachel: We Had No Opportunity to Catch Up

Katie and Rachel

Barring some great luck, beach volleyball partners Katie Seamon, 23, and Rachel Johnston, 24, knew their elimination was sealed on The Amazing Race after finishing second-to-last last week. "We spent a lot of time talking about it. If there's some way we can be equalized with everyone, we'll be fine," Rachel tells TVGuide.com. "But if we stay in [the Arctic Circle] area, we need someone to make a mistake and no one ever did." But the two admit they did make a mistake last week that set them back.

TVGuide.com: How far behind were you?
Katie:
I think we were about ...
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Keeping Up with the Kardashians Finale Draws 4 Million Viewers

Keeping Up with the Kardashians

Fewer viewers kept up with the Kardashians on their season finale than the previous season.

The Season 5 finale of Keeping Up with the Kardashians drew 4.1 million viewers, while 4.8 million tuned in for the Season 4 finale in February — which still ranks as ...
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Will Whitney Port Join Dancing With the Stars?

Whitney Port

Don't expect Whitney Port to be hanging with her The Hills bestie Lauren Conrad on-camera anytime soon, or following in gal pal Audrina Patridge's dance shoes on Dancing With the Stars.

Despite that fact that both are ... read more

The Biz: Why ABC Should Save Detroit 1-8-7

Aisha Hinds

Aisha Hinds, who plays Lt. Maureen Mason on ABC's Detroit 1-8-7, was feeling the love recently while at a Trader Joe's in Royal Oak, Michigan. "A woman wanted to give me her entire cart of groceries," she says. "I just came in for a bottle of water."

That's a typical reaction in the Detroit area ... read more

Keck's Exclusives: Hawaii Five-0 Brings Back a Big Killer

Hawaii Five-0

Mele Kalikimaka! (That's Hawaiian for Merry Christmas). In honor of the holiday, Hawaii Five-0 executive producer Peter Lenkov is giving fans a gift — the introduction of the villainous Wo Fat, Steve McGarrett's archenemy from the original 1968—1980 series.

Just in time for their holiday episode (expect to see Scott Caan's Danny as Santa), Lenkov is planning the return of James Marsters as Victor Hesse, who murdered McGarrett's father in the pilot and, we'll learn, has a connection to Wo Fat. read more

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