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LL Cool J Will Be First Grammy's Host in 7 Years

LL Cool J

LL Cool J will serve as host of this year's Grammy Awards, ending several years of a no-host format, the Recording Academy announced Wednesday.
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Exclusive: Frank Darabont on His New TNT Show and Leaving The Walking Dead

Frank Darabont

Frank Darabont has been quiet since being fired from AMC's The Walking Dead last summer — but now he has something to talk about.

Fans of The Walking Dead were stunned last year when, just days after appearing at Comic-Con, the network severed ties with executive producer Darabont  (who was replaced at the top by veteran producer Glen Mazzara). Both Darabont and AMC declined to discuss the reasons for his departure at the time, but it was widely believed to center on budget issues.

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Social TV: Michelle Obama Joins Twitter, Promotes iCarly TV Special

iCarly

The Twitter world was buzzing last week after news broke that first lady Michelle Obama had jumped on the social media bandwagon. read more

VIDEO: Julie Plec, Liz Tigelaar, Chris Gorham and Others Announce Inaugural ATX Festival

ATX Television Festival

The Vampire Diaries' Julie Plec, Awake creator Kyle Killen and actor/director Peter Billingsley (yes, the boy in the 1983 holiday classic A Christmas Story) have all signed on for the inaugural ATX Television Festival, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. 

Kicking off June 1 in Austin, Texas, the festival will unveil new series, exhibit current and cult favorites, and spotlight unaired pilots and series that were cancelled before their time. Panels as well as Q-and-As with casts and show creator will be part of the fest.

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Majandra Delfino and David Walton Expecting First Child

Majandra Delfino and David Walton

State of Georgia's Majandra Delfino and husband David Walton will welcome their first child this summer, People reports.
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Glee Reveals Rachel's Dads!

Jeff Goldblum; Brian Stokes Michell

After much speculation, Glee has cast (and revealed the identities of) Rachel's gay dads.

Law & Order alum Jeff Goldblum and Broadway star Brian Stokes Mitchell have landed the roles, TVLine reports. read more

Will Rachel Say Yes? Glee's Cory Monteith Dishes on Finchel's Future

Cory Monteith and Lea Michele

What will Rachel's answer be?

That's what gleeks everywhere are no doubt wondering following Tuesday's helluva cliff-hanger: Finn, still directionless and newly hit with a boatload of bad news about his dad, got down on one knee and asked Rachel to marry him! TVGuide.com quizzed Glee star Cory Monteith about whether or not Finchel will soon be walking down the aisle, the Bee Gees tribute episode, singing en español, the movie he's producing for Fox 2000, another Glee tour and more!

Oh, and he'll "definitely" be back for Season 4. Yay!

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Exclusive Video: Harry Connick Jr. Reveals Details About Law & Order: SVU Arc

Mariska Hargitay and Harry Connick Jr.

It's been a rough year for Det. Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay) on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. First, her team's squad room was showered with bullets by a distraught victim in the Season 12 finale. And then her longtime partner, Elliot Stabler (Christopher Meloni) unexpectedly left the force at the beginning of this season.

Luckily, things are looking up for Benson — particularly when it comes to her love life. In... read more

Anatomy of a Fall: Modern Family's Julie Bowen Went Down Hard — By Accident

Julie Bowen

If you were one of the many viewers who rewound your DVR multiple times to catch Claire Dunphy falling down over and over and over again after last week's Modern Family, you're not alone.

Homeland, Modern Family and The Artist top Golden Globes

Julie Bowen took physical comedy to new heights when her Family character slammed onto the ground after slipping on a dozen falling eggs that Luke (Nolan Gould) was using for a school project. How did Bowen make the fall so bone-crushingly realistic? read more

5 Reasons Why American Idol Will Stay on Top in Season 11

American Idol

As American Idol kicks off its 11th season with auditions Wednesday and Thursday at 8/7c on Fox, can it continue to reign over its rival singing competitions on TV (and all other shows, for that matter)?

Although Simon Cowell's The X Factor crowns its winner in the fall, NBC's The Voice will be nipping at Idol's heels when it premieres its second season on Feb. 5 after the Super Bowl. Charismatic banter among the coaches and those cool, swiveling chairs may bring in some viewers, but the Idol crew isn't sweating it, judging from a... read more

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