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Exclusive: Glee's Brittany Sings Britney Spears in Season Two

Heather Morris

Here's one Glee fans should have seen coming: That upcoming Britney Spears-themed episode? It will revolve around New Directions' own Brittany (Heather Morris).

Of course!

Series creator Ryan Murphy tells TVGuide.com exclusively that McKinley High's deliciously ditzy Cheerio Brittany will be... read more

Los Angeles D.A. Calls Swiss Decision on Polanski a "Disservice to Justice"

Roman Polanski

Sounding undeterred by Switzerland's refusal to extradite Roman Polanski, Los Angeles District Attorney Steve Cooley said he'll seek to get the filmmaker back if he's caught by a country willing to return him.

"We will discuss with the Department of Justice the extradition of Roman Polanski if he's arrested in a cooperative jurisdiction," said Cooley, who's running for California attorney general.

Swiss government rejects U.S. request to extradite Polanski

The Swiss government said... read more

Keck's Exclusives: Bones to Kill One of Its Own

Bones

Early in its upcoming season, Fox's Bones will undergo a big transition as the investigative team finally closes the case on its greatest adversary. But as the dust settles, an even worse threat will emerge — and one fan favorite will not survive!

Watch for Deirdre Lovejoy to reappear for her final turn as murderous Heather "Gravedigger" Taffet, who has one last card to play after being convicted. Executive producer Hart Hanson says ... read more

Covert Affairs' Piper Perabo: "The Level of Action is Really Intense"

Piper Perabo

It's hard enough adjusting to any new job, let alone a top-secret trainee position within the CIA. In Covert Affairs, a new spy series on USA (Tuesday 10/9c), Annie Walker (Piper Perabo) is pulled out of training and sent on a mission — with no clue as to why she was chosen. The 33-year-old Perabo spoke with TVGuide.com about wanting to do the action-heavy show and how affairs of another sort (read: of the heart) become "quite the problem" on Annie's team.

TVGuide:com: Why were you drawn to Covert Affairs?
Piper Perabo: One of the things I liked about it was...

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Shaun Sipos Headed to Life Unexpected

Shaun Sipos

Melrose Place alum Shaun Sipos has been cast on Life Unexpected, a show spokeswoman confirms.

As first reported by Fancast, the 28-year-old actor will... read more

World Cup Final Doesn't Score As Most-Watched Event Ever

World Cup Soccer 2010

The World Cup championship match will fail to meet soccer officials' hopes of being the most-watched event ever.

Spain wins World Cup

Sunday's 2010 FIFA World Cup championship attracted 700 million viewers worldwide, according to FIFA's estimates — falling well short of the 1 billion who tuned in for parts of the Beijing Olympics opening ceremonies.

Spain's 1-0 victory over the Netherlands managed to become... read more

ABC Renews Rookie Blue for Season 2

Rookie Blue

ABC's Rookie Blue has been renewed, the network announced Monday.

The cop drama, which debuted three weeks ago, has fared decently in its time slot (Thursdays at 9/8c), second to So You Think You Can Dance on Fox. The show has been averaging... read more

Showtime Sets Premiere Dates for Californication, Episodes, Shameless

Madeleine Martin, David Duchovny

Showtime has scheduled the debut of two new series and the return of Californication for early next year.

Shameless, the John Wells-produced drama, will bow Sunday, Jan. 9 at 10/9c. Starring William H. Macy and Emmy Rossum, Shameless centers on... read more

Man Believed to Be Mel Gibson Admits to Hitting Ex-Girlfriend on Audio Recording

Mel Gibson

A man believed to be Mel Gibson admits to hitting and threatening to kill his ex-girlfriend on an new tape released by RadarOnline.com.

Mel Gibson reportedly dropped by agency after angry recording leaks

On the new audio recording, the woman, believed to be Gibson's ex, Oksana Grigorieva, says she worries about her... read more

TVGuide.com Asks: Who Should Play The Incredible Hulk in The Avengers?

Edward Norton

Marvel has announced that Edward Norton will not reprise his role as The Incredible Hulk in the all-star superhero film The Avengers, saying they want "an actor who embodies the creativity and collaborative spirit of our other talented cast members."

(For the record, the current super-roll call includes Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man, Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury, Chris Evans as Captain America, Chris Hemsworth as Thor, Scarlett Johansson as The Black Widow, Don Cheadle as War Machine and Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye.)

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