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Syfy Orders Season 2 of Being Human

Being Human

Syfy's supernatural roommates will be extending their lease.

The cable channel announced Thursday that it ordered a second season of Being Human, a U.S. remake of a British drama. It centers on three Bostonians who share a brownstone and their supernatural secrets — Aidan (Sam Witwer) is a vampire, Josh (Sam Huntington) a werewolf, and Annie (Meaghan Rath) a ghost. The trio try to assimilate and lead normal lives.

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Exclusive: Meet NCIS' Newest Team Members

Alimi Ballard, Matthew Willig

Sometimes, even NCIS' Jethro Gibbs needs a little help cracking a case.

Check out photos of the NCIS cast

Apparently, the upcoming serial-killer story arc that will unwind over the remainder of the CBS hit's eighth season is one of those times. TVGuide.com has learned exclusively that Numb3rs star Alimi Ballard and former NFL journeyman Matthew Willig have been cast as two recurring NCIS agents who join our regular team in the hunt for a psychopath called the Port-to-Port Killer.

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Jimmy Smits Joins NBC's S.I.L.A. Pilot

Jimmy Smits

Jimmy Smits has signed on to NBC's S.I.L.A., TVGuide.com has learned.

Special Investigations L.A. looks at Los Angeles through multiple perspectives, including law enforcement, the justice system, city hall and the criminal underworld.

Smits, 55, will play... read more

Ratings: American Idol Looms Large, But Lags Behind Its Previous Numbers

Jacob Lusk

While American Idol continues to decimate its competition, it also keeps lagging behind its numbers for last season.

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White Collar, Covert Affairs to Return in June

White Collar, Covert Affairs

New seasons of White Collar and Covert Affairs will premiere in June, USA Network announced Thursday.

What's next on White Collar: Neal's big decision, his future with Sara and the origin of Mozzie

White Collar will return for its third season on Tuesday, June 7 at 9/8c. The debut of Covert Affairs' sophomore season will... read more

NBC Renews Office, Parks and Rec and Community

NBC has ordered new seasons of The Office, Parks and Recreation, and Community, the network announced on Thursday.

Fall 2011 TV Scorecard: Which shows are returning? Which aren't?

"I am so pleased to renew these three outstanding comedies which are all at the top of their game creatively," Bob Greenblatt, chairman of NBC Entertainment said in a statement. "The Office continues to fire on all cylinders on the most competitive night of television; Parks & Recreation has come into its own this season as the rightful companion to The Office; and Community is one of the freshest comedies on any network and a solid foundation for Thursday night."

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VIDEO: Community's Chang Tests Baby Daddyhood; Britta Has a Crush

Ken Jeong, Yvette Nicole Brown, Malcolm-Jamal Warner

Could Senor Chang become Papa Chang?

On Thursday's Community, the study group throws a baby shower for Shirley (Yvette Nicole Brown). Also, Chang (Ken Jeong) has warmed up to the possibility that he could be the father of her baby, but the only problem is that Shirley feels that Andre (Malcolm Jamal Warner) would make the better, saner choice.

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Matthew Fox Goes Bad for New Alex Cross Movie

Matthew Fox

Matthew Fox has signed on to play the villain in the upcoming thriller I, Alex Cross, Deadline reports.

In his first major role since wrapping ABC's Lost, Fox will play Michael Sullivan, a man who kills for both money and the thrill. The character comes from the series of books about detective-psychologist Alex Cross by James Patterson.

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Top Chef's Tiffany: My Dish Wasn't Strange By Any Means

Tiffany Derry

Mother Nature was not on Tiffany Derry's side on the second part of the Top Chef: All Stars finale. After she plated her conch and coconut chowder with conch ceviche early, strong Bahamian winds and a threatening storm cooled the soup, leading to her elimination. Still, the Dallas-based chef believes her dish would've worked if it stayed hot, even with a cold component on it.

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Michael Gough, Batman's Alfred, Dies at 94

Michael Gough

British actor Michael Gough, best known for playing Alfred in the Batman film franchise, has died, according to E! Online. He was 94.

Gough was born in Malaysia and made his film debut in the 1948 movie Blanche Fury. He went on to appear in many British television shows, including the long-running series Doctor Who. He married his costar from the series, Anneke Wills, in 1962. They later divorced in 1979.

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