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VIDEO: Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Michael Moore Spar Over the Death of Osama bin Laden

Michael Moore, Elisabeth Hasselbeck

Only four days into their new season and the ladies of The View are already back to doing what they do best: arguing.

On Thursday's episode, documentary filmmaker Michael Moore visited the ladies and got an earful from co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck about the death of terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden earlier this year.

Moore argued that bin Laden deserved a trial... read more

We've Seen the Glee Season 3 Premiere — Here's Your Spoilerpalooza!

Glee

Ryan Murphy's got a plan for Glee this year. It includes a full-time writing staff and a focus on stories over artist tributes. He even knows how it all ends for the McKinley High School seniors (though not all of the kids in New Directions are seniors.)

"The season ends with the core group, with many of them graduating and figuring out what their futures are," Murphy told reporters Thursday after a screening of the Season 3 premiere. After acknowledging that he made the mistake of prematurely talking about which actors he thought about writing out after graduation — "I've learned my lesson! I'm never doing that again!" — Murphy said he's refocused.

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"I have my passion for it back," he said. "Things took a bit of a nasty turn and now I feel great about it again." No word on who is coming or going, you'll just have to wait and see where things end up in the finale. And that spin-off you heard about is still on the shelf — and if resurrected, it might not be what you thought (originally, it centered on Rachel and Kurt making a go of it in New York.) "I don't know what it would be and I don't know who would be on it," Murphy said.

But let's talk about this season already! Spoilers from the premiere and beyond... read at your own risk: read more

Fall TV Popularity Contest: Did The Secret Circle Cast a Spell on You?

The Secret Circle

The witching hour began Thursday with the premiere of The CW's latest supernatural drama, The Secret Circle.

Based on a series of books from the author behind The Vampire Diaries, The Secret Circle stars Britt Robertson as Cassie, a teenage girl who moves from California to Washington only to learn... read more

Chuck Enlists Rebecca Romijn to … Take Down Chuck?

Rebecca Romijn

Rebecca Romijn is heading to Chuck, but her appearance is bad news for our hero, Entertainment Weekly reports

The former Ugly Betty star will guest-star in the sixth episode this upcoming season as a... read more

It's Always Sunny Producers and FX Team Up for Animated Comedy

Kristen Bell, Justin Long

FX has ordered a new animated comedy series from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia writer/producers David Hornsby, Scott Marder and Rob Rosell, the cable network announced Thursday.

The series, titled Unsupervised, centers on two best friends trying to survive their teenage years and do the right thing without any parental supervision. The series will premiere in January and be paired with FX's other animated comedy, Archer.

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Unsupervised's voice cast includes... read more

It's a Boy for Mad Men's January Jones

January Jones

January Jones welcomed a baby boy on Tuesday, People reports.

Jones, 33, and son Xander Dane Jones are "doing great," her rep tells the magazine.

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The Emmy-nominated actress chose not to find out the... read more

Husband Says McGinniss' Book About Sarah Palin Is Full of Lies

Sarah Palin

Joe McGinniss' anticipated book about Sarah Palin claims she did coke, had an affair and hooked up with a basketball star.

In the book titled The Rogue: Searching for the Real Sarah Palin, McGinniss details his experiences as the former Alaskan governor's next-door neighbor in 2010. McGinniss, who wrote the best-seller The Selling of the President 1968, moved to Alaska to do... read more

USA Renews Covert Affairs, Royal Pains and Necessary Roughness

Piper Perabo, Mark Feuerstein, Callie Thorne

USA has renewed Covert Affairs, Royal Pains and Necessary Roughness, TVGuide.com has learned.

All three shows will return next summer with 16-episode seasons each. Covert Affairs will be back for Season 3; Royal Pains, Season 4; and Necessary Roughness, Season 2.

The pick-ups complete a full sweep of renewals for USA summer shows, following those of White Collar, Suits, Burn Notice and In Plain Sight.

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"USA's original programming blew through all expectations this summer. We had an unprecedented number of original series on our air — and every single one ...
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Ratings: America's Got Talent Finale Down; Up All Night Off to Strong Start

Christina Applegate, Will Arnett

Amid beginnings and endings among reality shows, America's Got Talent — the summer's most popular show — entertained 14 million viewers as it crowned its latest champ, providing a big lead-in for two new sitcoms ... with mixed results.

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Bravo Axes Four Housewives of New York City Cast Members

Kelly Bensimon, Alex McCord, Jill Zarin

Jill Zarin, Alex McCord, Kelly Bensimon and Cindy Barshop will not be returning for the next season of Bravo's The Real Housewives of New York City, the network confirmed — in a roundabout way.

"Ramona Singer, Sonja Morgan and LuAnn DeLesseps will be returning for season five of The Real Housewives of New York City. We've had a fabulous run with all the ladies and appreciate them sharing their lives with our viewers," Bravo said in statement Saturday, adding, without naming the departed: "It is a friendly departure among the other ladies and we continue to... read more

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