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On the Set: Wizards of Waverly Place Prepares to Disappear

Wizards of Waverly Place

There's some pretty intense competition going on among the Wizards of Waverly Place cast as they begin shooting the final episode of the hit Disney Channel sitcom. Sure, there's that whole plot point about which Russo child will win the wizard competition and keep his or her powers. Just as fierce, though, is the battle over who gets to keep the comfy lounge chair in the wizards' lair.

"Everyone's fighting over... read more

Cheers & Jeers: Jon Stewart in 2012

Jon Stewart

Cheers to the real winner of the Iowa caucus: Jon Stewart.

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Watercooler: Is There a New Romance Brewing on Happy Endings?

Happy Endings

Did you guys catch that last night?!

For their long-awaited return, Happy Endings' Chicago crew stuck several skewers into the cliched silliness of big-screen rom-coms by juxtaposing Brad and Alex's secret love of Heigl-caliber crapfests with Dave and Penny's face-off over dating one another's therapists. But amid all the ...
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Erika Slezak Goes to Heaven One Last Time on One Life to Live

Erica Slezak and Jessica Tuck

ABC's One Life to Live will come to an end next week after 43 years on the air. But, first, Victoria Lord will have one more chance to visit Heaven. The grande dame of Llanview — played by six-time Emmy winner Erika Slezak — is famous for her near-death, out-of-body experiences that land her at the Pearly Gates. She's back there again Monday, Jan. 9, along with her soulmate Clint (Jerry verDorn), after the two of them are shot in a shocking denouement to the Statesville Prison break. This time, Viki will be escorted to the afterlife by her late daughter Megan, played by returning fan fave Jessica Tuck, best known these days as the bitchy vampire activist Nan Flanagan on True Blood. TV Guide Magazine spoke with Slezak about Viki's latest brush with death and — dare we say it? — a possible reprieve for OLTL!
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The Biz: CBS' Morning Glory?

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The exposed brick walls in the new Manhattan studio for CBS This Morning are lined with items that reflect the legacy of the network's news division. A world map from Walter Cronkite's years on the evening news that was rescued from a New Jersey warehouse hangs on one side. Across the way are shelves with books by CBS journalists, vintage TV sets and video cameras. Standing out amid the paraphernalia is a green-and-gold Oakland A's cap, meant to remind the program's staff of the film Moneyball, in which Brad Pitt plays the renegade baseball executive Billy Beane.

CBS This Morning executive producer Chris Licht screened the film at a private launch party for the cast and crew held at the Ed Sullivan Theater last month. The message to the troops: read more

The Biz: Campaigning for Sunday Ratings

George Stephanopoulos, Christianne Amanpour

With 24-hour access to video journalism on cable, your smartphone or iPad, nobody needs to wait until Sunday morning to find out what the presidential candidates have to say, right?

Don't tell that to the news divisions at CBS and ABC. Both are about to raise the stakes in the arena of Sunday inside-the-Beltway talk shows as they strive to remain the most important TV platform of the presidential campaign season... read more

Watch My Show: Once Upon a Time's Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis Take Our Showrunner Survey

Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz

Having served as executive producers on Lost, Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis are experts in alternate worlds, shocking twists and the battle between good and evil. As the creators of ABC's fairy tale-themed new hit Once Upon a Time, they found another way to spin those kinds of yarns. It's working: When seven days of DVR usage are included, Once averages 13.8 million viewers and a 4.8 rating among adults 18-49. In case you haven't checked it out yet (the show returns January 8), Horowitz and Kitsis answered our showrunner questionnaire in the hopes that you'll soon book a trip to Storybrooke... read more

Keck's Exclusives: Elton John Not Available to Play Rachel's Dad on Glee

Elton John

While Glee is finally getting around to casting Rachel Berry's gay adoptive dads for an upcoming episode, Elton John — long-rumored for one of the roles — is... read more

The CW Orders Mystery Drama Pilot Cult

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The CW has handed its first pilot order of the season to Cult, an hour-long project about a TV show that inspires copycat crimes.

The drama centers on a young female production assistant who grows suspicious after a rash of disappearances and possible murder seem tied to the show she works on, called Cult. She teams up with a journalist blogger to begin looking into the show's rabid fans, who may be behind the actual crimes.

Rockne O'Bannon (Defiance) is behind the show, which has been developed several times over the years at the networks — including ABC last year, the CW in 2009 and at the... read more

Keck's Exclusives: Springfield Plays Cleveland

Rick Springfield

Rick Springfield is coming to Cleveland, but concert tickets are not available. The '80s Jesse's Girl icon, who appeared as Dr. Noah Drake on General Hospital, will pop up this summer on an episode of TV Land's Hot in Cleveland.

Rather than going after Jesse's girl, Rick will have his eye on Joy (Jane Leeves). In the storyline, Rick has relocated to Cleveland to live a quieter life (where he, too, is considered hotter!) and tells people his name is Tom. 

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