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The Earth Moves In Season 2 of Modern Family

Modern Family

The cast of Modern Family literally gets shaken up next season when an earthquake hits!

The trembler is just a small quake but has residual aftershocks for the whole family. "It's a very tiny little earthquake but spins stories off into different directions," co-executive producer Brad Walsh told TV Guide Magazine at the Paley Center Presents 'Inside the Writer's Room: Modern Family' on Monday in L.A. "It's going to be about how they react to the earthquake and the problems that it brings to the surface... read more

TV's Best Credit Sequences: What's Your Favorite?

The Simpsons

Whether it's the Simpson's on their couch, Jim Rockford asking callers to leave their name or an animated ad man leaping off a building, the fun of television isn't always limited to what happens within the show. These opening credit sequences can be as interesting — sometimes even more so — than the series they introduce each week.

TV Guide Magazine is counting down the top television credit sequences of all time, and we need your help... read more

Comic-Con: It's Not Just for Science-Fiction Shows Anymore

Castle, Glee

Comic-Con has become the ultimate experience for TV fans. And more than 125,000 of them will descend upon the San Diego Convention Center from this Thursday through Sunday for screenings, star panels, autograph opportunities and specially designed collectibles. In the last few years, though, the featured TV shows have fallen into three distinct categories: the obvious "genre" programming like Fringe, Caprica, Supernatural, Futurama and The Vampire Diaries; the shows with tangential relationships to genre entertainment (see ABC's Castle panel, with former Firefly star Nathan Fillion, for instance); and finally, entries, like Glee, that make some hard-core fans think, "Why exactly is that show here?"

Joining that elite first group is AMC's The Walking Dead, a zombie drama based on the Image Comics title by Robert Kirkman, a veteran of the San Diego experience. "It seems like every time I go to Comic-Con, I discover a new VIP area," he says. "Like, 'Wait a minute, just behind this wall they're giving back rubs and everyone gets pink lemonade?'" ... read more

Scott Bakula Previews Comic-Con's Quantum Leap Retrospective

Scott Bakula

Attention Comic-Con fans! Get ready to leap straight into the action this Thursday, July 22 as TV Guide Magazine and the Paley Center for the Media host "A Leap of Faith: A Quantum Leap Retrospective." The panel will feature Leap star Scott Bakula and look back at the cultural phenomenon of the 1989-93 time-traveling series.

"There's something pure about the show," Bakula tells TV Guide Magazine... read more

Lindsay Lohan Prepares for Jail

Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan tried to keep her sense of humor as she prepared to surrender to sheriff's deputies for the start of her jail sentence on Tuesday.

"The only 'bookings' that i'm familiar with are Disney Films, never thought that ... read more

Nash Bridges' James Gammon Dies

James Gammon

James Gammon, who played Don Johnson's father in Nash Bridges, has died of cancer, The Associated Press reports. He was 70.

A character actor, Gammon got his start in the NBC series The Road West in 1966. He's well remembered for his roles in... read more

MTV's If You Really Knew Me Breaks Boundaries One High School at a Time

Leikin

High School is notorious for cliques. So what if the jocks or nerds or outcasts tried to learn more about each other? In MTV's new series If You Really Knew Me (Tuesday at 11/10c), students participate in a one-day program called Challenge Day that tries to break down the walls among these different circles. Leikin, who's featured in the series premiere, tells TVGuide.com that although she was nervous about opening up on camera, every response and reaction from her peers "was completely honest." The 18-year-old, who attends Freedom High School in Oakley, Calif., talks about what she gained from participating in the series and if Challenge Day managed to ease tensions among the groups.

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Teen Mom's Maci Might Use Series as Birth Control for Son Bentley

Bentley and Maci

When MTV first debuted 16 and Pregnant, viewers got a glimpse of different pregnant teenagers and their first few weeks as a mom. Among those girls was Maci who, along with 20-month-old son Bentley and boyfriend Ryan, went on to star in the spinoff series Teen Mom. With Season 2 premiering Tuesday at 10/9c, Maci tells TVGuide.com that she and Ryan have split, but that he's done a better job learning to be a parent on his own. Maci also fills us in on what she's up to now and why her show has become birth control for all of her friends. Plus: Is she practicing safe sex with her new boyfriend? 

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Zsa Zsa Gabor Undergoes Successful Hip Surgery

Zsa Zsa Gabor

Zsa Zsa Gabor underwent successful hip replacement surgery, her husband, Frederic von Anhalt, told reporters outside their Bel-Air home Monday.

The Hungarian-American actress... read more

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