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NCIS Exclusive: The Unit's Abby Brammell Reports for Duty

Abby Brammell

The Unit star Abby Brammell has been enlisted to guest-star in an upcoming episode of NCIS, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

NCIS: How will Gibbs' past affect the rest of the team?

In an episode titled "Short Fuse," Brammell, 31, will play a bomb tech who becomes linked to a homicide. During the investigation, the NCIS team will have to dig into her character's very guarded personal life for... read more

Oprah Winfrey Lends Voice to Sesame Street Season Opener

Oprah Winfrey

Oprah Winfrey is lending her voice to the season premiere of Sesame Street, according to The Associated Press.

When the children's program returns for Season 41 next Monday, Winfrey will voice a new animated segment titled "The O Show" — on which the letter O will host her own chat fest with guests including... read more

Winona Ryder Reunites with Tim Burton for Frankenweenie

Winona Ryder

Winona Ryder is the latest performer to join Tim Burton's upcoming film Frankenweenie, Deadline.com reports.

The 38-year-old actress will provide the voice for the role of Elsa in the feature film adaptation of Burton's 1984 short film. Ryder will star alongside... read more

Vincent D’Onofrio Returning to Law & Order: Criminal Intent for Final Season

Vincent D’Onofrio

Vincent D'Onofrio will return to Law & Order: Criminal Intent for the series' 10th and intended final season, USA Network and Universal Cable productions announced Tuesday.

The 51-year-old actor starred on the crime procedural for eight years before leaving the show after last season's first... read more

Michael C. Hall: I Always Wondered If I Would Live to 39

Michael C. Hall

When Michael C. Hall was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma last year, it was the timing that shook him the most. Facing his own mortality at age 38, the Dexter star was only a year younger than his father when he died of prostate cancer.

Dexter's Jennifer Carpenter opens up about husband Michael C. Hall's cancer battle

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Watercooler: Premiere Week Survival Guide, Part 1

Chuck

Don't know about you, folks, but our DVRs earned their pay last night!

With the 2010 fall TV season finally in full swing, Mondays suddenly became about a lot more than Bachelor Pads and Real Housewives. It was a new-show bonanza across the dial and honestly, it was kind of impossible to keep up. NBC gave us the always-awesome Chuck, the enticing "are they aliens?" mythology of The Event and the not-so-enticing "are they kidding us with these clichés?" of Chase. Fox dropped its soapy new Lone Star right after the season premiere of House (loved one, liked another). CBS brought back ... read more

CSI: Miami Gets Psychic for Sweeps and Holds Out Hope for Lady Gaga

CSI: Miami

CSI: Miami is welcoming some psychic friends for a special sweeps episode. On November 7, Southland's Shawn Hatosy guest stars as a murder suspect with no recollection of how he ended up in the proximity of a dead body. To verify his story, CSI Natalia Boa Vista (Eva La Rue) goes undercover and investigates a suspicious psychic, played by Beth Littleford (The Hard Times of RJ Berger). "She's drugged him, but I don't believe the drug story," says La Rue. "So I go under cover and she drugs me."

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Fall Preview: Raising Hope Delivers the Funny

Raising Hope, Lucas Neff

"There's gotta be more to life than cleaning the same pool over and over!" declares Raising Hope's 23-year-old Jimmy Chance. "There isn't," his mother replies, before heading out for a day of scrubbing toilets. 

"I'm just drawn to ... read more

Soap Veteran Kim Zimmer Joins One Life to Live

Kim Zimmer

Can one soap possibly contain Erika Slezak, Robin Strasser and Kim Zimmer without imploding? We'll find out October 1, when Guiding Light alum Zimmer returns to One Life to Live as Echo DiSavoy, a role she was fired from 27 years ago. Back then, Echo sneakily seduced Clint Buchanan and tried to get him convicted of murder. And she's still a hell-raiser. ... read more

Ratings: Dancing Dominates Premiere Night; Lone Star Disappoints

Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino, Karina Smirnoff

On the first official night of the fall TV season, Dancing with the Stars led ABC to a ratings win, while Fox's Lone Star was the night's biggest disappointment, according Nielsen estimates.

Dancing's two-hour premiere averaged 21 million viewers and improved 22 percent in the adults-18-to-49 demographic over last fall. Leading out of Dancing, Castle (11.2 million viewers) also saw a 22 percent bump in the demo versus last year... read more

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