There's a new entanglement on Grey's Anatomy this season, and it's not a romantic one. Following the events of the finale, Owen (Kevin McKidd) — who has gone through, and is still living with, PTSD — will become a soundboard for many of the doctors, but none moreso than Derek (Patrick Dempsey), whose near-death experience will send him...
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There's no returning to Lost's mysterious island, but this isn't the end for the partnership of Terry O'Quinn and Michael Emerson.
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Glee proved it was no freshman fluke, according to overnight Nielsen estimates.
Fox was No. 1 for the night as the musical dramedy drew 12.3 million viewers and its second-highest rating ever among the 18-to-49 demographic. Tuesday night's Season 2 premiere was also up 57 percent over Glee's premiere last fall (which was a repeat of its spring preview), and it was the night's highest-rated series in the demo.
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After American Idol formally unveiled its new judges — Steven Tyler, Jennifer Lopez and Randy Jackson — the show announced even more changes for its upcoming tenth season, including the introduction of an in-house mentor and an overhaul of theme weeks.
Jimmy Iovine, chairman of Interscope Geffen A&M Records, will be a regular presence on the show, helping to coach the Idol hopefuls throughout the competition. To aid him, Iovine will also recruit high-profile music producers, including Timbaland and Polow Da Don, to work behind the scenes with the contestants.
Jonathan Sadowski, William Shatner
The only thing harder than trying to pronounce $#*! My Dad Says will be DVRing it — but CBS is here to help you out.
The Twitter-based sitcom's unpronounceable title is, as the network says, so "sophisticated," it has perplexed DVR functions (aka you can't search for symbols). But fear not: CBS has found a solution.
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William Shatner seems perfectly happy to be where he is.
At the moment, that's starring in CBS' new Twitter-based sitcom, $#*! My Dad Says, in which he plays the irascible but ultimately decent — and maybe lonely — lead character.
But it's also sitting in a futuristic treehouse-like structure, set in the middle of San Diego's Comic-Con, where he's doing interviews about the show and his life. And he's expressing no regrets.
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"I'm a firm believer you get what you're supposed to be getting and you're doing what you're supposed to be doing," says Shatner, 79. "If you're really not supposed to be doing what you're doing, it becomes — it becomes so reprehensible that you've got to get out of it.
"How many times do people say, 'I've got to get out of it?' Or 'I'm retiring'? I don't even understand that concept. Retiring from what? ...