TNT has obtained the rights for the 13 existing episodes of Southland, including six that have never aired.
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Jon Gosselin wants his estranged wife Kate to know he apologizes for "openly having relationships in the public eye."
Jon Gosselin meets with rabbi to find "moral anchor"
"That was a huge mistake, because if [Kate] would've done that to me, I would have been extremely pissed off. Not because our relationship is over, it's almost like a stab in the back," Gosselin said at New York City's West Side Jewish Center on Sunday night according to People. "And now that I think about it, it was a very wrong thing to do. I definitely regret it."
Gosselin, 32, who had reportedly broken up with girlfriend Hailey Glassman, 22, said that while the two are not breaking up, they have decided to "just slow things down."
Report: Jon Gosselin splits from Hailey Glassman
"I don't want another failure in my relationships. I don't want to make the same mistakes I made with Kate, with Hailey. I would just be repeating the pattern over again," Gosselin said.
News of the couple's status ...
Jon Hamm and January Jones, Mad Men
After dominating the last two episodes, Don Draper, Dick Whitman and , well, everybody really, take a back seat to the most speculated-about moment of Mad Men's third season: the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Creator Matthew Weiner put the drama of the event front and center, but still managed to show the changes happening in the lives of those sitting transfixed on their couches, those unable to look away from the situation that kept going from bad to worse. Betty finally realizes that her feelings for Don no longer exist. Pete, after being less than graciously not promoted, convinces himself, then Trudy, that leaving Sterling Cooper might be his only move. And Roger Sterling, unable to crack wise about Kennedy's death like he does everything else, realizes only one person can make him feel better after his daughter's train wreck of a wedding ends.
But how exactly do we cope with tragedy? Do we, like Don, talk it away by focusing on the hope for a brighter tomorrow? Or do we react like Betty by immersing ourselves in it and allow it to break us down? Could we be like Pete and misplace our anger at those around us? Or do we take Roger's approach of just being baffled by it, knowing that with persistence we'll pull through? All of those initial reactions, however, give way to reflection, which gives way to honesty. And it's in those moments of honesty that the realizations listed above are made, for better or worse.
Robert Knepper and Masi , Heroes
Heroes kicks off November sweeps Monday with the reunion of one of the show's most memorable, if tragically separated, couples: Hiro Nakamura (Masi Oka) and Charlie Andrews (Glee's Jayma Mays).
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The duo's brief love affair began in Season 1, but was brought a drastic halt when Sylar (Zachary Quinto) split Charlie's skull to steal her power. Hiro later traveled back in time to prevent Charlie's murder, and though he was successful, she eventually died from a blood clot in her brain. Now facing his own death by brain tumor, Hiro has set out to cross Charlie's name off his bucket list by saving her once and for all. So, will the third time be the charm?
"I think Hiro's learned a little bit more about what he can and can't do," Oka tells TVGuide.com. "There's definitely something he knows and there's the people he's met as well. He's tried over and over again to save Charlie, but this time he has different kind of knowledge that definitely will help out."
When the Greek mid-season finale airs (Mon, 9/8c on ABC Family), viewers will see what transpires after Casey and Cappie finally locked lips in the penultimate episode. Spencer Grammer, who plays Casey, told TVGuide.com that she hoped the kiss was "as rewarding for everyone as we were trying to make it." So what else can we expect down the road for Cappie (Scott Michael Foster), Casey and her ZBZ girls? Grammer tells us what's in store at Cyprus Rhodes, why she doesn't want Casey and Cappie to become a "boring love story," and how a Greek house burns down.
TVGuide.com: Last week's episode ended with Casey and Cappie finally kissing. I can't imagine they'll get off so easily in the finale.
Spencer Grammer: It's difficult because they've rekindled the friendship with Evan and [are] trying to make it OK with everybody [who] they've dated. It's definitely a challenge between them, but I think that they're really good problem-solvers and creative, funny and intelligent, so they can work it out pretty well.
TVGuide.com: And Casey has some other decisions to make in the finale?
Grammer: Casey's got to figure out, does she go with Panhellenic or is Katherine [Gamma Psi member and Panhellenic president] trying to sabotage them? Ultimately you see what she chooses.
TVGuide.com: And what about Casey and Katherine's rivalry during Songfest? (Watch ZBZ's performance here.)
Derek Hough and Joanna Krupa gave dirty dancing a new meaning with their repetitive head-in-the-crotch move on Dancing with the Stars that left even Tom Bergeron flummoxed. But to hear the Season 7 pro champ tell it, the risqué move was just part of his improvised plan of attack to win the mambo marathon — and they did. Find out what else the 24-year-old has to say about their stellar week, why it would be "mind-blowing" to win and what special performance he has in store for the results show.
On Sunday's episode of Desperate Housewives, Bree is torn between Orson and Karl, Katherine is still convinced that Mike loves her (much to Susan's chagrin), Gaby has a run-in with the officials at Juanita's school, Lynette discovers what Tom is actually doing on campus, and Angie has to cover for her mother. I'll post a full recap later, but in the meantime, please use this space to post your thoughts about "Don't Walk on the Grass."
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Janet Weidenheimer, who was known as Nana Janet when taking care of the children on Jon & Kate Plus 8, has died. She was 72.
Weidenheimer, who appeared several times in early seasons of the show, most notably while riding a horse at the sextuplets' third birthday party, was a friend of the Gosselin family and regularly volunteered to help Kate take care of the children.
She passed away on Oct. 28, according to Entertainment Tonight. Details about her death have not been released, but funeral services were scheduled to take place in Pennsylvania Saturday.
Glee's collection of teen oddballs is good for more than just laughs, according to the Diversity Awards.
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The cast of the quirky Fox musical comedy will receive the organization's 2009 award for favorite new diverse ensemble cast in November, according to Reuters. The series, which focuses on a less-than-cool high school glee club, mixes jocks and cheerleaders with a boy in a wheelchair (Kevin McHale), a geeky girl (Lea Michele), a gay student (Chris Colfer), an Asian goth (Jenna Ushkowitz) and an overweight African-American girl (Amber Riley).
"The bunch are determined to overcome the odds and make it to the big time both in high school and the world beyond," the Diversity Awards executive committee said in a statement.
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A man suspected of stalking Ryan Seacrest was arrested Friday, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.
Chidi Uzomah, 25, was arrested for stalking after attempting to enter a facility at the Los Angeles address of...