Christina Hendricks, Mad Men
Christina Hendricks fans, take heart. Joan is back!
Although the Emmy-nominated standout had a noticeable lack of screen time during Mad Men's third season, Hendricks promises a juicy season ahead for Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce's fiery office manager. "At the end of Season 3, there's a grand announcement from Joan's husband that he's joined the Army. You will see a continuation of that story and watch that unfold a bit," she tells TVGuide.com.
Check out photos of Hendricks and the rest of the Mad Men cast
Indeed, Sunday's episode finds Joan ...
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The Jersey Shore cast — including new addition Deena Nicole Cortese — were welcomed with applause and techno music Friday at the Television Critics Association summer session. After showing a choice clip from an upcoming episode where somebody's fake breast implant is found in the Jacuzzi (Uh-oh!), the cast on command fist-pumped, hair-poofed and....
Drop Dead Diva
Drop Dead Diva may have another dead diva on their hands.
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Lost fans were whipped into a frenzy Friday, when a juicy 12-minute epilogue of what happens on The Island under Hurley's reign leaked online.
Disney and ABC were quick to pull the video from YouTube — but, alas for them, not quick enough. The footage will be available on both the final season and full series Lost DVDs, out Aug. 24.
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But for the impatient, five spoilers to whet your appetite:
The Jersey Shore, The Bachelorette
If there's one thing that TV gets right, it's the realistic depiction of romance — right? This week was like looking in a mirror. Vinny Chase began a not-so-chaste flirtation with a porn star on Entourage. Sookie protected her True Blood lover by staking his vampire maker. Mad Men's Don Draper treated his secretary like a whore. And, as the ballad of Angelina and Pauly D sounded its final mournful note, two sprightly young things named Ali and Roberto swept in to renew our faith in true love. Just like real life, but with better art direction! Welcome to Top Moments: Romantics and Cynics Edition.
Polygamists may already have a fictional voice, thanks to HBO's Big Love, but Sister Wives, a new TLC series, will raise the stakes when a real polygamist family steps in front of the cameras.
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