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Smallville's Tess Takes on a Motherly Role Towards Lex Luthor

Cassidy Freeman

Lex Luthor has returned to Smallville — well, a younger, cloned version of him.

As far as we know, Little Lex is the last surviving clone, as the creepy older version burned down the lab in the season premiere before his demise. Now, Tess (Cassidy Freeman) is keeping the little tyke in her care in hopes that he won't grow into the monster Lex Luthor is known to be in the mythos.

Meet Smallville's newest intrepid reporter: Cat Grant

"She feels more hope that maybe at a young age, it won't turn into... read more

Big Bang Theory Star Kaley Cuoco Reveals Past Real-Life Relationship with Co-Star

The Big Bang Theory

In a case of TV life imitating real life, Big Bang Theory star Kaley Cuoco says she used to go out with co-star Johnny Galecki.

Cuoco, 24, and Galecki, 35, dated for two years before breaking up around the holidays last year, which happened to be... read more

Survivor's Jimmy Johnson on His Biggest Regret and Why He Liked Playing on the Old Team

Survivor: Nicaragua, Jimmy Johnson

Jimmy Johnson -- the most famous person to ever play Survivor and Season 21's oldest contestant -- was seen as a threat by the men and voted off in just the third episode. The 67-year-old Super Bowl-winning coach champ talked with TVGuide.com about his biggest mistake, the "off the wall" younger team and why colleague Terry Bradshaw would make a great... read more

Bret Michaels Returns to VH1 with Docu-Series

Bret Michaels

Bret Michaels will return to VH1 in the new docu-series Bret Michaels: Life As I Know It, the network announced Thursday.

It will chronicle not only Michaels' life as a rock star on tour, but time with his family and how he deals with being on the road.

Bret Michaels to undergo surgery for heart defect

"Bret is like family to us and has always been... read more

Ratings: New Law & Order Has Solid Debut; New Shows Fall Hard

Law & Order: Los Angeles

NBC's latest entry in the Law & Order franchise premiered to solid numbers, while several freshman shows substantially slipped, according to overnight Nielsen estimates.

Law & Order: Los Angeles drew 10.5 million viewers and easily won the 10/9c time slot among the 18-to-49 demographic. The show even built on... read more

Exclusive Video: First Look at The Cleveland Show's "Live" Episode

The Cleveland Show

The Cleveland Show's Cleveland Brown has to deal with a lot of pressure since moving out of Quahog, R.I. He's had to acclimate to a new town (Stoolbend, Va.) and a new job, all while taking on a new stepdaughter and stepson in Roberta and Rallo. Now Cleveland Sr. is taking on his biggest challenge yet: a live episode for his show.

"We're playing Cleveland as the star of a relatively new show who really wants this to go well," co-creator/executive producer Mike Henry jokes to TVGuide.com. "It's got a very different... read more

Fall TV Popularity Contest: What New Shows Do You Like Best?

Maura Tierney, Alex O'Loughlin

Now that almost all of the new fall shows have debuted, it's time to weigh in on which ones you like best.

Vote: Which fall premieres won you over? Which flopped?

So far, ABC's The Whole Truth is the most-liked show in our Fall TV Popularity Contest, with 83 percent of voters saying they enjoyed it. If there's a show you liked more, it's time to speak up and vote.

CBS' Hawaii Five-0 is close on Truth's heels with 79 percent of voters saying they liked it. The CW's Hellcats is also in the race with a 72 percent approval rating.... read more

Grey's Anatomy: Are Babies in the Future for Callie and Arizona?

Sara Ramirez and Jessica Capshaw

The Grey's Anatomy finale included these jaw-dropping proclamations: Callie (Sara Ramirez) said she would give up having children to stay with Arizona (Jessica Capshaw), while the parenting-averse pediatrician said she would have 10 kids with Callie. How will they compromise this season?

Grey's Anatomy: Derek to bond with Owen?

"A lot of big promises were made out of the realization that... read more

Anderson Cooper Launching Daytime Show

Anderson Cooper

Anderson Cooper will launch a syndicated daytime talk show next year.

The CNN 360 host has signed a deal with Telepictures Productions and Warner Bros. Domestic Television for a program that will be pitched to stations for a fall 2011 premiere, CNN announced Thursday. Cooper, who will executive-produce the new show, will also continue to host 360 "for years to come," the network said.

Report: Anderson Cooper nearing deal for daytime show

"Over the course of the past few years, I've had the opportunity to work on a number of daytime programs," Cooper said in a statement Thursday. "It's fun and interesting ...
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