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Taylor Swift Alludes to Kanye Once — Once!

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Taylor Swift could've — but she didn't.

Defying expectations raised earlier in the week, the 19-year-old singer opted against using the bully pulpit of Saturday Night Live's opening monologue — or any subsequent skits — to hit back hard at Kanye West, read more

Dr. Phil Re-upped Through 2014

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Dr. Phil will keep making house calls through the 2013-14 TV season.

His syndicated talk show, now in its eighth season, has been renewed through its 12th season. read more

Exclusive: NCIS Gets Real U.S. Secretary of the Navy for a Cameo

Ray Mabus, Mark Harmon and Madeline Carroll, NCIS

The United States Secretary of the Navy will make a guest appearance on an upcoming episode of NCIS, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

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Secretary Ray Mabus will appear in the Nov. 24 Thanksgiving episode entitled "Child's Play," a rep for the show tells us. Mabus will play an NCIS agent.

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In the episode, Gibbs (Mark Harmon) and the team have to put their Thanksgiving plans on hold when the investigation of a dead Marine leads them into the life of a 12-year-old prodigy (Madeline Carroll), who may be the killer's next target. Lisa Sheridan (Invasion) and Francis Capra (Veronica Mars) will also guest-star.

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Although Mabus won't be playing himself... read more

Californication: Which Woman Will Hank Choose?

Californication

Californication's Hank Moody (David Duchovny) has really done it this time.

The charming lothario was already in deep: He's bedded both his teaching assistant (Diane Farr) and a student (Eva Amurri), and he's got the prim-and-proper dean's wife (Embeth Davidtz) all hot and bothered. But now, Hank's soulmate and mother of his child, Karen (Natascha McElhone), has returned from New York, sending Professor Moody into female frenzy.

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In Sunday's episode (10/9c, Showtime), Hank will try to do right by Karen and end things with the other women. As the saying goes, the road to hell is paved with good intentions. Fortunately for us, though, the results are quite hilarious. TVGuide.com chatted up all of Hank's ladies to see just how much worse things are going to get for him before they get better. read more

Rihanna Opens Up More on Assault, Chris Brown Calls It a "Private Matter"

Chris Brown, Rihanna

In the conclusion of her interview with Diane Sawyer, Rihanna said Chris Brown "had no soul in his eyes" during their altercation last February, a moment Brown said should... read more

Susan Boyle to Appear on Dancing with the Stars

Susan Boyle

Susan Boyle is set to perform on Dancing with the Stars, People reports.

The Britain's Got Talent runner-up and worldwide singing sensation will fly to Los Angeles for an appearance on the show next week, but she will not... read more

5 Reasons Why Project Runway May Have Lost Its Style

Project Runway

Ever since Project Runway made the move from New York to L.A. — and to Lifetime — fans increasingly have grumbled about the reality competition show. While the Season 6 premiere brought in record ratings for the women-oriented cable channel, it has lost nearly a million viewers, leaving 3.2 million watching the Oct. 29 episode. (The season ends Thursday... read more

Showtime Announces Premiere Dates for Jackie, Tara and More

Edie Falco, Toni Collette

Showtime is bringing Nurse Jackie back early.

The half-hour drama starring Edie Falco will return March 22, 2010, the cable channel announced Friday. Jackie will be paired with fellow returning sophomore show... read more

TNT Buys Syndication Rights for The Mentalist

Simon Baker, Chris O'Donnell

We see lots of The Mentalist repeats in TNT's future.

The cable channel has landed exclusive off-network syndication rights for the CBS drama. According to the deal between TNT and Warner Bros. TV, the repeats will be launched in... read more

Exclusive: Mad Men Creator Discusses the Kennedy Assassination

Mad Men

Before Mad Men's third season, fans wondered when, as in what year, series creator Matthew Weiner would resume the story.

There was reason for the anticipation: In the Season2 finale, Betty (January Jones) revealed to reformed womanizer Don (Jon Hamm) that she was pregnant, and viewers were curious how that would play out. But more significantly, everyone wondered whether or not Weiner would skip over the Nov. 22, 1963, assassination of President John F. Kennedy. After all, Weiner said more than a few times that he didn't think he had anything to add to the historical landmark.

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But Weiner changed his mind. "My attitude about the assassination changed as I got deeper and deeper into the period and after I wrote the first two seasons," he tells TVGuide.com "I thought it was a melodramatic trope the way it had been treated... read more

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