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Brazilian Waxing, Bleeping and Babies: 15 Personal Questions with Up All Night's Will Arnett

Up All Night

When you think of Will Arnett, still fondly remembered as the clueless Gob Bluth in Arrested Development, the word "parent" isn't the first word that necessarily jumps out at you.

Good thing parenting isn't exactly the subject of his new comedy Up All Night, where he stars as a new dad. See, despite what the trailers are telling you, it's not so much about the baby, as it is about new parents Regan (Christina Applegate) and Chris' (Arnett) reaction to it — and they don't exactly want to give up their super social lifestyle, or, um, occasional curse words.

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TVGuide.com asked Arnett 15 personal and professional questions, including how Up All Night compares to his short-lived Fox comedy Running Wilde, and the show's Jersey Shore connection... read more

Private Practice Exclusive First Look: Addison Enlists Jake to Make a Baby

Benjamin Bratt, Kate Walsh

Addison is not wasting any time on her mission to have a baby.

In the Season 5 premiere of Private Practice, we'll discover that Addy's mystery man from last season is not only a doctor, he's a fertility specialist! read more

Simon Cowell's X Factor Will Have Drunks in the Audience! Plus: Scherzinger Changes Accents

The X Factor

U.S. audiences are more vocal — and more drunk! — says Simon Cowell. At least, that's been his experience filming the American version of his British hit The X Factor.

In his new singing competition, the auditions were all shot before a live studio audience. "When they like someone, they let you know. And they certainly let you know when they disagree with you," Cowell said Tuesday during a conference call with reporters. In fact, rowdy crowds saved more than one contestant from elimination.

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"We had to — otherwise I may have gotten seriously injured... read more

Michael J. Fox Returning to The Good Wife

Julianna Margulies and Michael J. Fox

Michael J. Fox will reprise his role as Alicia's rival on The Good Wife, TVGuide.com has confirmed.

Fox, who portrayed rival defense attorney Louis Canning, will return for... read more

Free Agents Signs Rachael Harris

Rachael Harris

Rachael Harris will guest-star in the new NBC comedy Free Agents, Entertainment Weekly reports.

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The consummate comedian... read more

Will Forte's Hygiene, Simon's Surprising Heart: Seven Funny Quotes Heard at Fox's Fall TV Preview

Paula Abdul, Will Forte

What do you get when you put Paula Abdul, Zooey Deschanel and Will Forte together? A little bit of chivalry (Forte loaned Deschanel his jacket), some Simon talk (OK, more than some talk about Abdul's love-hate-love relationship with Cowell) and lots of laughs at Monday's Paley Center fall TV preview ... read more

Bones Scoop: Meet Season 7's New Baddie!

Emily Deschanel, David Boreanaz, Andrew Leeds

Starting a family may not be the biggest challenge for Booth and Brennan during Bones' seventh season.

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The Fox drama has cast Andrew Leeds (Dirt, Nip/Tuck) as this season's big villain, Christopher Pellant, TVGuide.com has learned. The character is described as a genius "hacktivist," who landed on the FBI's radar when he shut down military communications by cracking into both the Senate and the Defense Department's websites. Now under house arrest, the team is baffled by Pellant's ability to seemingly carry out a murder spree without setting off the alarm on his ankle monitor... read more

Prison Break's Wentworth Miller Breaks into House

Wentworth Miller

Prison Break star Wentworth Miller will guest-star on House, TVLine reports.

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Exclusive Walking Dead Key Art: Why Is Rick All Alone?

The Walking Dead

The Walking Dead fans can gorge on the AMC zombie drama's Season 2 premiere on Oct. 16. Until then, we offer an exclusive first look at the new season's (clue-filled) poster as a tasty appetizer.

The Walking Dead creator on Season 2: "This world will get more dangerous"

The first question that comes to mind: Why is Rick (Andrew Lincoln) all alone? The poster certainly continues the theme established by the striking Season 1 image of Rick riding into an abandoned Atlanta on horseback. But now that Rick's been reunited with his family and the other survivors, why is he still seen flying solo?

Our educated guess after screening the 90-minute season opener: This season will test Rick as a leader, and his decisions may end up isolating him from the other survivors. That's a concept Lincoln saw developing at the end of Season 1 when Rick led the group to the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention only to learn it was far from a safe haven.
The Walking Dead creator weighs in on Season 1's biggest mystery

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90210 Scoop: Jessica Stroup Teases Trouble for Silver and Navid, Major Story Arc With Teddy

Jessica Stroup

After blowing her chance to go to NYU, Silver is cutting out college altogether... to work for Navid? When 90210 returns for its fourth season (Tuesday at 8/7c on The CW), Kelly's little sis will have a whole new set of priorities.

90210 Season 4 spoilers! Is Teddy gone? Can Adrianna be redeemed? Will Naomi have a baby?

Over the summer, Silver has sprinted into adulthood: she's now living with Navid (Michael Steger) and playing surrogate mom to his little sister, all while trying to figure out a career for herself. Jessica Stroup, 24, talks to TVGuide.com about her own post-graduation anxiety, why Silver isn't as tight with Naomi this year and teases a "major arc" for her character and ex-beau Teddy.

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