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ABC Picks Up Wednesday Comedies for Second Season

Cougar Town, Modern Family

ABC has given an early second-season pickup to freshman comedies Modern Family, Cougar Town and The Middle, network president Steve McPherson said Tuesday.

ABC beefs up Cougar Town's episode order

"It really, creatively, was just a wonderful fall; hats off to my comedy team. ... It really was quite a challenge," McPherson said.

Modern Family, which stars Ed O'Neill and Julie Bowen, has been the most-watched new comedy this season and earned ... read more

NCIS' 150th Episode Is a DiNozzo Family Reunion

Robert Wagner and Michael Weatherly

NCIS fans can generally expect a focus on family and Tony DiNozzo's wisecracks, and the 150th episode will feature both. But an investigation of family could lead to a less quippy Tony.

Check out photos of the NCIS cast

"I think there is a little bit of the silliness in the first 150 episodes of Tony," Michael Weatherly, who plays the character, tells "Moving forward, some of the silliness may be gone."

In the episode, airing Tuesday at 8/7c on CBS, Tony is forced to face some tough truths about his father, played by guest star Robert Wagner. Weatherly ... read more

Lost: Harold Perrineau, Cynthia Watros to Return for Final Season


Harold Perrineau and Cynthia Watros will return to Lost for the final season, according to executive producers Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof.

Cuse and Lindelof made the surprising casting announcement at the close of read more

Police: $1 Million in Possessions Stolen From Usher's Car


More than $1 million worth of jewelry, electronics and other possessions were stolen from Usher Raymond during a car break-in, Atlanta police told the city's Fox affiliate.

The singer's car was broken into on Dec. 14 when Raymond ... read more

Couch Potatoes Endanger Their Lives, Study Says

If you think vegging out in front of the tube after a stressful day is the best way to unwind, you may want to think again.

A study by the Australian Science Media Centre followed 8,800 adults over a six-year period and found that people who watched four hours or more television per day ... read more

O'Brien, Leno Keep Up Their Monologue Jabs at NBC

Conan O'Brien

Jay Leno and Conan O'Brien came out swinging again at NBC in their monologues Monday night, each sounding like seriously disgruntled employees.

Even before The Tonight Show began, O'Brien joked in a promo: "It's an amazing show, airing who knows when?"

He got a long, rousing round of applause when he walked out to start the show and tried to quell the crowd by wisecracking: read more

24: Jack Bauer Will Survive to the End of the Series

Kiefer Sutherland

As Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) begins his eighth really bad day on 24, speculation is high on whether this will be the show's last hurrah. Season 8, which premieres on Sunday, has not finished filming, leaving room for changes geared toward making a series finale of 24, should that be the intention.

"We haven't written it," said executive producer Howard Gordon. "But the way I look at it is that... read more

Spider-Man Reboot Leaves Raimi, Maguire and Dunst Behind


Spider-Man is about to face his biggest obstacle yet: high school.

The film franchise is getting a reboot to focus on Peter Parker's teenage years, Columbia Pictures and Marvel Pictures announced Monday.

The as-yet-untitled film — written by James Vanderbilt, who wrote the screenplay to 2007's serial-killer drama Zodiac — is tentatively set for a summer 201... read more

Ratings: Chuck Returns Strong, Simpsons Anniversary Draws Big Audience


The Season 3 premiere of Chuck pulled its highest ratings since its 3-D episode following the 2009 Super Bowl.

Chuck averaged 7.5 million viewers over the two one-hour episodes, a... read more

Who Should Replace Simon Cowell on American Idol?

America's Got Talent, Piers Morgan

Simon Cowell will leave a huge hole on the American Idol judging panel when he leaves at the end of Season 9. Who could possibly replace him?

Simon Cowell leaving Idol, launching X-Factor

Fox isn't saying just yet. "We're not going to speculate about that," Fox chairman Peter Rice said. "I think the reason we're making the announcement in January is that we want to give ourselves time. We want to allow people to come forward. We were frankly surprised at the enthusiasm when we replaced Paula. ... I think we have to take our time on that and make sure that the chemistry between the judges is as good as it can be."

They might not be speculating, but we are. Our suggestions are after the jump... read more

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