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VIDEO: See Wonder Years Dad Dan Lauria in a Dark Light on SVU

Dan Lauria

To many, Dan Lauria will always be Kevin Arnold's stern dad, Jack, on The Wonder Years. In recent years, he's appeared on How I Met Your Mother and Criminal Minds and played Vince Lombardi on Broadway. And the actor, 64, once again displays his range when he guest-stars on Wednesday's Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.

In the episode, "Personal Fouls," Lauria plays a longtime coach accused of... read more

Kelly Cutrone to Replace André Leon Talley as Judge on America's Next Top Model

Andre Leon Talley, Kelly Cutrone

America's Next Top Model judge André Leon Talley will be replaced by Kelly Cutrone next season.

"We have greatly enjoyed working with André Leon Talley and he has been an amazing asset to the America's Next Top Model family," executive producer Ken Mok told People. "We wish him all the best in his future endeavors."

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Photo Gallery: TV's Sexiest Eye Candy

Ian Somerhalder, Olivia Wilde

Are The Vampire Diaries' stunning twosome Ian Somerhalder and Nina Dobrev hotter than gorgeous docs Olivia Wilde and ...
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The CW Gets Some Legal Aid

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The CW has bought a legal dramedy, Deadline reports.

Legal Aid follows a first-year law associate whose life is upset when her father — a big TV star two decades ago — joins her firm. Jonathan Abrams is writing with Tyler Mitchell, Jason Smilovic, Sarah Timberman, Carl Beverly and Robert Luketic executive-producing. Luketic, (The Ugly Truth) will also direct the pilot.

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First Look: Check Out the Key Art for AMC's Hell on Wheels

Hell on Wheels

"Blood will be spilled."

So promises the poster for AMC's latest period drama Hell on Wheels.

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Set in the aftermath of the Civil War, the series tells the story of Confederate veteran Cullen Bohannon (Anson Mount), whose quest to avenge his wife's death at the hands of Union soldiers takes him west to work on building the transcontinental railroad.

The drama also explores... read more

Cheryl Hines on Mocking, Embracing the Suburbs in ABC’s New Comedy Suburgatory

Cheryl Hines, Suburgatory

As Suburgatory's Dallas, Cheryl Hines is a big-haired, energy drink-chugging, slang-slinging suburban mom straight out of Bravo's Real Housewives. She just wants the best for her daughter, Dalia, and so she buys her too-short shorts and even tighter tops, all of which stuns city girl Tessa, their new neighbor who, with her single dad, George, just moved into town from Manhattan. It's through Tessa's horrified eyes — and uber snarky narration — that viewers are introduced to a version of suburbia ripe for the mocking, where pastel sweatsuits and frozen lattes are still the uniform and meal of choice for moms and every girl in high school is recovering from a nose job.

In the first episode of the ABC comedy (premiering Wednesday at 8:30/7:30c), Dallas offers to help ease Tessa (Jane Levy) into her new life by taking her to the mall where Dallas can help her out of her "lesbian boots" and into "a nice heterosexual dress shoe."

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Dancing with the Stars Episode Recap: Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2011

Dancing with the Stars bounces its second couple of the season. Did the lowest-scoring couple leave for the second straight week, or did someone else get the boot? Plus: We get an actual bottom two for once!
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Mega Buzz: Grey's Baby Blues, Danson's CSI Gig and Fringe's Peter Problem

Patrick Dempsey, Ted Danson, Joshua Jackson

Every week, editors Adam Bryant and Natalie Abrams satisfy your need for TV scoop. Please send all questions to mega_scoop@tvguide.com.

Got any scoop on Meredith and Derek on Grey's Anatomy? — Amanda
NATALIE:
Losing Zola will have serious ramifications on their marriage. "The partnership they've created after all these years is in jeopardy," executive producer Shonda Rhimes tells us. "When you lose a child, that could be possibly more devastating than almost anything else. The two of them are deeply in love with Zola and want that to work. They're also going to be trying to salvage and sustain their marriage."

I really liked Ted Danson on CSI. When will learn more about his character's background? — Randy
ADAM:
Every episode is a discovery! In the next episode, we'll learn that... read more

Criminal Minds' A.J. Cook: It Makes Sense for JJ to Become a Profiler

A.J. Cook

Now that A.J. Cook is back on Criminal Minds, she has one goal: to get beat up.

"I have volunteered to get beat up! I want to get into a really bad fight this year," she tells TVGuide.com. "I'm like, 'Everyone else has gotten the crap beaten out of them! It's JJ's turn!'"

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She may get her wish now that JJ is a full-fledged profiler since she returned to the BAU after a year in the State Department. Though JJ said way back in Season 2 that she had no plans to take extra classes to graduate from media liaison to profiler, Cook believes the promotion is "organic" and in line with JJ's story — not to mention her own story off-screen.

"Someone thought that that character wasn't necessary, so in order for me to come ...
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Roman Polanski Publicly Apologizes to Woman He Sexually Assaulted

Roman Polanski

Director Roman Polanski publicly apologizes to the woman he sexually assaulted 33 years ago in a new documentary that premiered Tuesday at the Zurich Film Festival, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

"She is a double victim: my victim and a victim of the press," Polanski, 78, said of Samantha Greimer near the end of the film, Roman Polanski: A Film Memoir... read more

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