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Julianna Margulies, Matthew Morrison, Ricky Gervais Among Emmy Presenters

Matthew Morrison, Julianna Margulies

Emmy nominees Julianna Margulies, Matthew Morrison, January Jones, and Sofia Vergara are among the first group of presenters announced for the 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards. Ricky Gervais and The Office's John Krasinski will also present.

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Margulies (The Good Wife) and Jones (Mad Men) are competing for ... read more

Katie Holmes Still in Awe of Tom Cruise's Stardom

Katie Holmes, Tom Cruise

After four years of marriage and a baby, Katie Holmes still says she's starstruck by her husband Tom Cruise, according to New York Magazine.

Can Katie Holmes pull off Jackie Kennedy?

But would Holmes ever consider acting alongside Cruise? "Well, we do collaborate on everything at home. But I mean, he's Tom Cruise! His body ... read more

Edie Falco on Sopranos Movie: "I Would Jump at the Chance"

Edie Falco

While Edie Falco says she isn't sure a Sopranos movie is going to happen, she's on board if it is.

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"I think it's not going to materialize, but ... read more

Will JetBlue's Steven Slater Get His Own Reality Show?

Steven Slater

It was only a matter of time.

Former JetBlue flight attendant Steven Slater may become the host of a new reality show about disgruntled workers who quit in an over-the-top manner, reports TMZ.

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Stone & Company Entertainment has made Slater an offer to take center stage on the show ... read more

Getting to Know Reid Scott

Reid Scott

Too much of a good thing? Not if we're talking about Reid Scott, who's bringing his good looks and charm to three different TV shows this summer. Here, the 32-year-old actor breaks down his roles... read more

Exclusive: Michael Sutton Goes Back to General Hospital

Michael Sutton

Here's an unexpected blast from the past! Michael Sutton, whose General Hospital character, Stone Cates, died of AIDS in a landmark 1995 storyline, will return to the ABC soap on ... read more

Watercooler: Who's Our Next Food Network Star?

Next Food Network Star

Let's get ready for an Aarti Paarti!

Last night, the tasty reality show that never gets enough attention crowned its sixth winner and wow, was it a close one. Aarti, Tom and Herb all whipped up impressive pilots, wowed the focus-group crowd and, in the words of Food Network senior VP of programming Bob Tuschman, "made it very, very tough" for the selection committee to pick.

Yet pick they did ... read more

Ask Matt: Vampire Diaries, The Middle, Pillars, Spoilers, Emmys and More

The Vampire Diaries

Question: I've only recently started watching The Vampire Diaries, as I wanted to wait for the overall reception of Season 1. But once I started, I got fully sucked in and I'm absolutely loving it now. [POSSIBLE SPOILER ALERT] However, I'm having a hard time letting go of my lovely namesake Anna. With her ambivalent personality traits and the story line she was given, I thought she was one of the most interesting characters on the show. I have to admit that her demise in the finale hit me quite hard. Is there really no chance at all that she survived somehow? — Anna

Matt Roush: Looked to me like she was a goner, but you know how it goes on shows like this: Just because you die, or die again as the case may be, doesn't necessarily mean you're dead for good. And even if she did bite the eternal dust, I'd think there's potential for some juicy flashbacks as we get more of everyone's back story. And don't you imagine she'd at the very least haunt Jeremy's dreams? Beyond that, I haven't a clue whether we'll see Anna again, as I refuse to get ahead of the story, especially on shows like this. From a critical point of view, though, it's important to believe that characters like this can actually perish even in a supernatural series, or there'd be nothing at stake (pun unintended). Keeps you caring, I'd think... read more

Closer Creator James Duff Previews "Off the Hook"

Kyra Sedgwick, J.K. Simmons, The Closer

Of all the attractive evils in the world perhaps none is more insidious than the desire to blame others for our own misfortunes. If history is any judge, scapegoating never loses its appeal and, especially in economic downturns, it can be extremely dangerous for those poor souls (or social groups) blamed for events over which they had no control. What's tragic about falsely assigning responsibility for disasters (like lost wars and financial collapse) is that pointing fingers and screaming does nothing to address the real problems. But gleaning what I can from cable news shows, determining who is to blame for a calamity is more important than getting out of one. Which is exactly where we find Assistant Chief Will Pope in The Closer's next episode, "Off the Hook" ... read more

Wipeout Gets Fourth Season, New Obstacles

Wipeout

ABC has ordered up a fourth season of its hit summer reality series Wipeout, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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Two new obstacle courses ... read more

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