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Under the Dome: Ready For an Even Deadlier Season 2?

Under the Dome

Although Under the Dome's sophomore season picks up right where the last one left off, the residents of Chester's Mill won't be battling aliens right away. Instead, the group will be locked in philosophical debate about who or what is actually behind what's happening within the dome.

"We have this real tension between science and faith this year," executive producer Neal Baer said during a CBS summer preview event on Monday. Julia... read more

Who Won The Amazing Race All-Stars?

Phil Keoghan

[WARNING: The following story reveals the winners of The Amazing Race All-Stars. Read at your own risk.]
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The Good Wife: Making a Case for Finn Polmar (and Why He's Not the New Will)

Matthew Goode, Josh Charles

As the old adage goes, when one door closes, another opens. In the case of The Good Wife, when one leading man gets gunned down in court and dies (RIP Will Gardner), another one rises from his ashes. Yes, it's no secret that Matthew Goode faced quite the uphill battle when he signed on to play prosecutor Finn Polmar for the second half of... read more

Michael Weatherly Signs New NCIS Deal

Michael Weatherly

Michael Weatherly has signed a new two-year deal to stay on NCIS, Deadline.com reports.

Weatherly's agreement, which also includes... read more

Amazing Race's Phil Keoghan: Finish Is "Down to the Wire"

Phil Keoghan

All bets are off on Sunday's Amazing Race All-Stars finale. The final three teams — Dave and Connor, Caroline and Jen, and Brendon and Rachel — will head to Las Vegas, where they'll skydive and participate in David Copperfield's great escape challenge on the way to the closest finish since Season 2's epic footrace.

"I remember saying to the other teams waiting at the finish, watching them come to the mat, 'Who's it going to be?' It was down to the wire," Phil Keoghan tells TVGuide.com. "It's a different kind of show. We took advantage of being ...
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Amazing Race Sneak Peek: David Copperfield Brings the Magic in Death-Defying Finale Task

Phil Keoghan and David Copperfield

The Amazing Race? More like The Great Escape!

Sunday's All-Stars finale (8/7c, CBS) will take a magical turn when the final three teams — Dave and Connor, Caroline and Jen, and Brendon and Rachel — are faced with a death-defying task designed by none other than David Copperfield.

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"I love the show. I wish I could watch it more. I have a long-term relationship with CBS ... and they came to me about doing something since [the finale's] in Vegas and I was completely on board," Copperfield tells TVGuide.com. "The challenge was we had to come up ...
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Neil Patrick Harris: I Turned Down Late Show Gig

Neil Patrick Harris

Apparently Stephen Colbert wasn't the only name in contention to take over hosting duties at The Late Show after David Letterman retires next year. In an interview with Howard Stern this week, Neil Patrick Harris revealed that CBS CEO Leslie Moonves and Entertainment President Nina Tassler also approached him about the gig.

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Criminal Minds Finale Postmortem: Boss on "Emotional Exit," Replacements and Season 10

Criminal Minds

[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from Wednesday's Season 9 finale of Criminal Minds. Read at your own risk.]
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The Big Bang Theory Finale Preview: Can Sheldon Handle the Big Changes in His Life?

Jim Parsons and Johnny Galecki

Leonard and Penny may have finally gotten engaged on The Big Bang Theory, but bigger developments are in store for Thursday's Season 7 finale (8/7c, CBS).

"There are a lot of moves made by different people in the finale," executive producer Steve Molaro tells TVGuide.com. "This season is more of a cliff-hanger ... and what happens affects everyone, not just one person."

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But the focus will be Sheldon (Jim Parsons), who, unsurprisingly, is struggling with ...
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Elementary Finale: Is Mycroft Really Being Framed?

Jonny Lee Miller, Lucy Liu, Rhys Ifans

Sherlock Holmes (Jonny Lee Miller) will have at least one last big mystery to solve before Elementary signs off for Season 2 — and this particular case could be life or death.

Mycroft Holmes (Rhys Ifans) has been somewhat of a mystery since making his first appearance earlier this season, and for good reason: The languid lout has been lying to his brother the whole time. It turns out, Mycroft has been working as an asset for MI-6, using his restaurants as a way to gather intel for Britain's secret intelligence agency.

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But, in another twist, Mycroft left MI-6 years ago, only forced to recently return to secretly protect his brother from prosecution after unknowingly helping a terrorist during his drug spiral in London. That being said, it seemed easy to fall in line with Sherlock's theory that Mycroft was being framed for the murder of an MI-6 analyst who had uncovered a mole within the agency. But what if Mycroft isn't being framed at all and actually is the mole? TVGuide.com took that question and more to executive producer Rob Doherty to get the scoop... read more

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