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Kyle Chandler's Cinderella Emmy Story

Friday Night Lights, Kyle Chandler

"How 'bout that?" says an overjoyed lead actor in a drama nominee Kyle Chandler, calling from Texas, where he's filming Friday Night Lights. "When I found out this morning, my daughter Katherine said, 'You got nominated!' I was trying to sleep so I didn't know what she was doing.  But when it dawned on me, the first thing I said was, 'Did Connie [Britton] get nominated?' When she said yes, that was the icing on the cake that made it all real."

Like Britton, it has been emotional for Chandler to... read more

Skeet Ulrich Joins Law & Order: Los Angeles

Skeet Ulrich

Skeet Ulrich has signed on to star in Law & Order: Los Angeles, a show rep says.

The Jericho star, 40, will play LAPD Detective Rex Winters, a former Marine with keen intuition whose work style is heavily shaped by the Rodney King riots that took place within his first two months on the job. Winters' personal life is a bit more complicated... read more

Joe Biden to Appear on The Tonight Show

Joe Biden

Vice President Joe Biden will make his third appearance on The Tonight Show Friday, an NBC rep tells TVGuide.com.  

This will be Biden's first appearance since... read more

Keck's Exclusives: Law & Order: SVU Signs Lost Alum

Henry Ian Cusick

Lost alum Henry Ian Cusick, who played the time-traveling Desmond Hume on the ABC series, is leaping to NBC. He has signed on for at least two fall episodes of Law & Order: SVU, playing a graphic artist named Erik Weber... read more

Best New Fall Shows: Our Editors' Picks

Body of Proof, Hawaii Five-O

We've watched the pilot episodes of all the new fall shows and made our picks for the best new comedies and dramas.

Better With You (ABC)

Premise: Sisters Maddie (Jennifer Finnigan), a high-strung attorney, and Mia (Privileged's JoAnna Garcia), a free-spirited "inventor," are fundamentally different. Maddie lives with, but has not married, Ben (Josh Cooke), her boyfriend of nine years. "It's a valid life choice," she repeats throughout the pilot. Mia, on the other hand, has just agreed to marry Casey (Jake Lacy), her boyfriend of seven-and-a-half weeks. Kurt Fuller and Debra Jo Rupp play the girls' quirky parents.

Why We Like It: The chemistry among the six leads is fantastic, and the snappy dialogue is very funny. The show was created by Shana Goldberg-Meehan, one of the big brains behind Friends.

But ... Both sisters are... read more

Love Bites Bumped Off Fall Schedule

Love Bites

The hourlong comedy anthology Love Bites has been chewed up and spit out.

It has been removed from the fall prime-time schedule (Thursdays at 10/9c) and is being replaced by The Apprentice , NBC announced Thursday.

Fall 2010 TV scorecard: Which shows are returning? Which aren't?

"Everyone at the network loves Love Bites, but for a number of reasons, it now makes sense to showcase the comedic anthology series a little later in the new season read more

Ricky Gervais Wishes The Office's Steve Carell "All the Luck in the World"

Ricky Gervais

Though Ricky Gervais may take a crack or two at Steve Carell during awards shows, the executive producer and creator of The Office wishes his star... read more

Watercooler: America's Got Problems

Piers Morgan, Sharon Osbourne, Howie Mandel

OK, so I've been avoiding America's Got Talent since the season started, mostly because Howie Mandel's put-on sincerity gives me the hives. But I caved and tuned in to last night's Chicago auditions and will never get that hour back. Seriously, this is a show?... read more

Angela Kinsey Files for Divorce from Office Co-Worker

Angela Kinsey and Warren Lieberstein

Angela Kinsey's workplace romance is over: The star of The Office has filed for divorce from her husband, Warren Lieberstein, a producer and writer on the NBC sitcom.

Kinsey, 39, filed papers in Los Angeles County Superior Court on Thursday, citing irreconcilable differences, a court spokeswoman told TVGuide.com. The actress requested joint legal and physical ...
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Keck's Exclusives: Steve Carell's Office Co-Star: Series Should End with Michael's Suicide!

Steve Carell

While NBC has hinted at plans to continue The Office once star Steve Carell exits at the end of the upcoming seventh season, some of the show's co-stars feel it might be best to close up Dunder Mifflin for good.

"It's been a funny show, but enough with it already," Oscar Nunez (Oscar) tells me. "I'm surprised we were able to make it wonderful for as long as we did... read more

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