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Katy Perry Video Pulled from Sesame Street

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Katy Perry is too sexy for Sesame Street.

Sesame Workshop, the production company behind PBS' children's show, has pulled a Katy Perry music video that was scheduled to air on the 41st season after receiving complaints about the singer's cleavage in the clip.

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The Big Bang Theory Geeks Out for Eliza Dushku

Eliza Dushku

The Big Bang Theory is calling in yet another sexy sci-fi guest star.

Eliza Dushku will guest-star in an episode of the geektastic CBS comedy, a studio rep tells TVGuide.com. The 29-year-old actress, best known for her starring roles in Dollhouse and Buffy the Vampire Slayer, is slated to appear in Episode 7 as ... read more

Matt's Weekend Picks: September 24-26

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Supernatural (Friday, 9/8c, the CW)
Cult alert: This long-running horror show moves to a new night. The story picks up a year after last season's apocalyptic finish, with Sam mysteriously emerging from his hellish purgatory to interrupt brother Dean's domestic bliss. Time to rejoin the fight against evil, this time with the help of their mother's family, led by Grandfather Samuel (The X-Files' Mitch Pileggi). Supernatural follows the final-season premiere of Smallville (8/7c), which is titled "Lazarus" and features a guest appearance by John Schneider as the fallen Jonathan Kent. Sounds like it's going out with a bang... read more

The New Thursday in Review: Stick with the Old

My Generation

For such a critical night of the week as Thursday, you'd think the networks could do better than deliver a pile of new $#*! to their lineups. But with the exception of the CW's already premiered and very promising Nikita, the three new series premiering this Thursday are among the very worst of a lackluster fall lot.

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Let's take them in sequential order. Starting at 8/7c with ABC's My Generation, about which I said in TV Guide's Fall Preview issue: "Welcome to 'Gen Zzzz' — as in: Wake me up when these stereotypes get over themselves. Generation's originality gap squanders its distinctive tone and promising young cast."

To elaborate: Bundling tiresome clichés in fancy but irritating new wrapping, My Generation follows nine members of an Austin, Texas high school's Class of 2000 a decade after graduation, as a documentary camera crew follows them around — as it did back in 2000, although apparently that documentary was never released... read more

Man Vs. Wild Star Visits Cubicle Confessions!

Bear Grylls

TV Guide Magazine's Cubicle Confessions gets wild when survival expert and Man vs. Wild star Bear Grylls stops by for an exclusive video interview. Grylls shares his essential survival tips, stresses the importance of never wasting good pee and even reveals the most disgusting thing he's ever eaten! Check out the video after the jump... read more

VIDEO: Longer, Darker Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Trailer Released

If the first trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows gave you goosebumps, then brace yourselves for the darkest teaser yet.

Little Ginny Weasley's getting married?!

In the extended two-and-a-half minute clip of Part 1 of the final film, we see that Voldermort (Ralph Fiennes) and his Death Eaters have infiltrated the Ministry of Magic with Harry as their No. 1 target. Meanwhile Harry, Hermione and Ron find themselves in central London as they desperately search for Voldermort's horcruxes in order to destroy him forever.

Between the special effects, the dark, action-packed scenes, and Fiennes' unnerving portrayal of Voldermort, this one may be suitable for the young ones.

Emma Watson debuts new pixie haircut

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1 hits theaters November 19. Part 2 will follow on July 15, 2011.

Watch the trailer after the jump...

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The Office: The Pressure’s (Not) On for Steve Carell’s Last Year

The Office

In less than a year, Steve Carell will tape his last episode as the incorrigible and unflappable Michael Scott, leaving Dundler Mifflin without the world's worst boss and The Office minus its leading man.

But you wouldn't know that from talking to executive producer and co-star Paul Lieberstein.

"Oddly enough, it's been... read more

Fringe's Third Season Has Double Vision

Fringe

The final episode of Fringe's first season is titled "There's More Than One of Everything." Fast-forward two seasons and a new meaning for that cheeky moniker is finally coming to light: There are even two Fringes.

To give fans a healthy dose of both universes in which the show now takes place (the producers call them "over here" and "over there"), episodes will alternate between them for the entire third season.

Exclusive first look: Fringe, reloaded

"We think that you're really short-shrifting some really compelling moments if you're cutting back and forth in one episode and you're going over there for two scenes and you're over here for two scenes," says executive producer J.H. Wyman.

The switch will be made clear by... read more

The Mentalist: Has Jane Lost Red John's Cat-and-Mouse Game?

Robin Tunney and Simon Baker

Patrick Jane got closer than ever to his psychopathic nemesis, Red John, in The Mentalist's Season 2 finale, but an end to Jane's quest for vengeance couldn't be further away.

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"Jane was pretty badly traumatized by his encounter with Red John," creator/executive producer Bruno Heller tells TVGuide.com "It wasn't on Jane's terms. He felt ... violated and to a degree humbled by the experience. Jane had always had some sense that this was an equal duel of wits. But the last episode showed it was certainly more of a cat-and-mouse thing going on, and that Red John was holding all the cards."

Worse, Red John abducted psychic Kristina Frye (Leslie Hope), the first woman Jane (Simon Baker) had allowed himself to get close to since the murder of his wife and child at Red John's hand. Heller says Jane will pull away from Lisbon (Robin Tunney) and the rest of the team... read more

Fall TV Popularity Contest: What Did You Think of Undercovers, Better with You?

NBC's spy series, Undercovers, and CBS' buddy-lawyer drama, The Defenders, premiered Wednesday, along with ABC's comedy, Better with You, and The Whole Truth — a legal procedural with a twist. We want to know what you thought of them — and what you think of every new show this season.

Vote: Which fall premieres won you over? Which flopped?

Is Undercovers going to be another ...
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