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Chuck Spies Christopher Lloyd for Guest Role

Christopher Lloyd

Christopher Lloyd will guest-star on an episode of Chuck later this season, has confirmed.

Lloyd, whose casting was first announced by the show's co-creator Josh Schwartz via Twitter, will play... read more

Iraq War Critic John Murtha Dead at 77

John Murtha

John Murtha, an influential congressman and Iraq war critic who drew scrutiny for his wheeler-dealer ways, died Monday after suffering complications from gallbladder surgery. He was 77.

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Brothers & Sisters Casts Young Walkers For Flashback Episode

Joe Jonas, Cody Longo

Brothers & Sisters has locked in three guest stars for an upcoming flashback episode that shows the Walker siblings as teenagers, has confirmed.

Check out photos of the Brothers & Sisters cast

Early reports had tween heartthrob Joe Jonas playing a young Tommy Walker (Balthazar Getty), but a scheduling conflict forced him to back out. Taking his place will be Make It or Break It's Cody Longo... read more

Damages Boss: "We're Doing Something We've Never Done Before"

Campbell Scott, Damages

Damages continues its riveting third season with an episode that does things a little differently.

Damages: Tate Donovan reacts to the season premiere's shocking twist

"We're doing something we've never done before in the series: The entire episode takes place in one night," co-creator and executive producer Todd Kessler tells That's right: There will be none of the show's trademark flash-forward timeline jumps... read more

Dr. Conrad Murray Pleads Not Guilty

Conrad Murray

Dr. Conrad Murray pleaded not guilty after being charged with involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson.

Murray surrendered at a Los Angeles court Monday afternoon, shortly after prosecutors filed a complaint saying that Murray "did unlawfully, and without malice, kill Michael Joseph Jackson." 

Murray was released on $75,000 bail, three times the amount the charge usually carries, according to the Los Angeles Times. He is due back in court ... read more

Letterman to Announce Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Cover Model

Late Show - David Letterman

Following his Super Bowl promo featuring Jay Leno and Oprah Winfrey, David Letterman will reveal ... read more

Obama Wants Live, Televised Health-Care Summit

Barack Obama

President Barack Obama's last Q&A session with Republicans went so well he wants to have another — this one televised live, for half a day, with the focus on health care.

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André Leon Talley Replaces Miss J. Alexander on Top Model Judging Panel

Andre Leon Talley

When André Leon Talley joins America's Next Top Model as a judge, he'll be replacing "Miss" J. Alexander, according to Women's Wear Daily.

Talley has decided to join the modeling competition show now that it's established. Tyra Banks had asked him to join at the start of series. But he declined.

CW's midseason schedule revealed

"At that point, I said no because ... read more

Howard Stern: Idol Would Be "Best Thing That Happened to Me"

Howard Stern

Howard Stern says filling Simon Cowell's seat on American Idol would be the "best thing that happened to me" — but he would have to make "a ton of dough. "

"Yeah, I would do that show for $100 million," Stern told his Sirius satellite radio listeners Monday, reports TheWrap.

According to a poll, 69 percent of users thought Stern should replace Cowell, while the rest opposed the idea.

"It might be possible, we'll see, "said Stern. "They'd have to pay me ... read more

VIDEO: Simon Cowell Releases "Everybody Hurts" for Haiti Relief

Rod Stewart

Simon Cowell has released his fund-raising single "Everybody Hurts," which is accompanied by a documentary about the devastation caused by the earthquake in Haiti.

Stars to re-record "We Are the World" for Haiti

Mariah Carey, Rod Stewart and ... read more

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