Burt Reynolds Gets Burned

Burt Reynolds

Who's cooler than Burn Notice's Michael Westen (Jeffrey Donovan)? How about Hollywood screen legend Burt Reynolds, who shows up tonight (9/8c, USA) as an ex—CIA operative targeted by the Russians after he lets slip some Cold War—era info that's still top secret... read more

Keck's Exclusives: V Casting Lizard Granny

Elizabeth Mitchell, Christopher Shyer, Morena Baccarin

ABC's V will be holding a panel discussion with its cast at Comic-Con this Saturday in San Diego (2:30 p.m. in Ballroom 20). While it's sure to be exciting, I've already received some early intel on two new characters joining the sci-fi series in its second season.

On the ground, a radical anti-Visitors Fifth Column sect will emerge, headed by a leader the show is currently casting... read more

Exclusive: Rob Lowe Lands a Marvel-ous Gig on Young Justice

Rob Lowe

Rob Lowe has played a White House aide and a United States Senator on TV, but his next gig puts him in the company of some real power brokers. The ex-Brothers and Sisters star will guest star on an episode of Cartoon Network's upcoming superhero series Young Justice as Captain Marvel, aka Shazam... read more

CBS Brings On the Chaos

Freddy Rodriguez, Eric Close

CBS has ordered Chaos, a new drama from executive producers Brett Ratner (Prison Break) and Tom Spezialy (Desperate Housewives), the network has announced.

Without a Trace's Eric Close to cause a little Chaos

Chaos follows ... read more

As the World Turns Says Goodbye to Helen Wagner

Helen Wagner

As the World Turns will end its phenomenal 54-year run September 17 with lots of fan-pleasing closure — romances, reunions, weddings — but first the show must deal with the death last spring of actress Helen Wagner. Her salt-o-the-earth character, Nancy Hughes, famously uttered ATWT's very first line ("Good morning, dear") back on April 2, 1956 and exec producer Chris Goutman wanted her to repeat it at the end of the final episode for the ultimate in TV cool... read more

Coroner: Brittany Murphy and Husband Died of Same Causes

Brittany Murphy and Simon Monjack

Brittany Murphy's husband, Simon Monjack, died of the same two causes as his wife: acute pneumonia and severe anemia, the Los Angeles County Coroner told CNN.

Brittany Murphy's husband found dead

"Just like Brittany," assistant chief coroner Ed Winter said when reporting the 39-year-old screenwriter's cause of death. Though prescription drugs were detected in Monjack's system, the levels ... read more

Keck's Exclusives: Castle's New Menace

Stana Katic and Nathan Fillion

I am delighted to have been asked to moderate Comic-Con's first-ever Castle panel this coming Sunday in San Diego. If you're there, please come see me have fun with Nathan Fillion and his co-stars. Now here's a little exclusive Castle Season 3 scoopage for you... read more

Foxy Brown Arrested Again

Foxy Brown

Foxy Brown was arrested on charges of violating an order of protection, an NYPD spokesperson tells TVGuide.com.

Ice-T lashes out on Twitter against cops after arrest

Brown was arrested on Wednesday in Brooklyn, N.Y. after 911 received a call claiming that she had violated an order of protection issued against her, police say. No further details were available.

The 30-year-old rapper, whose real name is Inga Marchand, has an extensive arrest record, most recently having ... read more

Comic-Con: Let TVGuide.com Be Your Avatar

Stephen Moyer, Julie Benz, Tom Welling

From the blood-thirsty vamps of True Blood and The Vampire Diaries to the masked vigilantes of Smallville and No Ordinary Family, there's something for all of the more than 125,000 attendees at the San Diego International Comic-Con, running from Thursday through Sunday. This historic four-day comic book convention may be infamous for long lines and crowded spaces, but for those lacking a four-day pass and a geeky costume, TVGuide.com will be giving you full-access to all the TV-related happening at the panels and with your favorite stars. Check out our full list of coverage below and remember to visit TVGuide.com for all of your 2010 Comic-Con updates.

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Roush Review: Pillars Revives the Old-Fashioned Epic

Pillars of the Earth

They really don't make them like this anymore. And we're not talking about 12th-century Gothic cathedrals. The Pillars of the Earth, a sprawling historical melodrama based on Ken Follett's mammoth bestseller, conjures nostalgic memories of the days of yore, way back in the 20th century, when networks devoted entire weeks to "event" miniseries like Shogun, The Winds of War, The Thorn Birds, Lonesome Dove, to name a memorable few—although in this case, North and South is the best comparison... read more

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