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Question: I heard somewhere that Fox will be canceling So You Think You Can Dance after this season and that this season will be shaved down a bit. How can this be true? This is one of the very best "reality" shows on TV. It's classy, inspiring, emotional, and I keep being amazed ...
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The Good Wife Team on Football, Romance and How the Show Will End

The Good Wife

CBS' award-winning drama The Good Wife was the first panel to sell out at the star-heavy New York Times Arts & Leisure Weekend this past Friday. One hot topic for stars Julianna Margulies, Christine Baranski, Josh Charles, and executive producers ...
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Cheers & Jeers: House of Lies — Saved by the Bell

Kristen Bell, Ben Schwartz and Josh Lawson

Cheers to Kristen Bell for returning to TV in House of Lies.

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We're thrilled that the winning Veronica Mars and Heroes alum has come back to the small screen as a management consultant on Showtime's dark comedy — and ...
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Keck's Exclusives: Knots Landing Vet Seeks Revenge


One of my faves — William Devane, who hails from my hometown of Albany, New York — is bringing some of the sophisticated sleaze he displayed as wealthy Knots Landing playboy Gregory Sumner to ABC's Revenge. On the February 8 episode, William debuts as Edward Grayson, the father of Victoria's estranged husband, Conrad. "Edward's the guy who never ...
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Keck's Exclusives: New Girl's New Valentine

New Girl

For its first Valentine's Day episode, Fox's New Girl is getting a hot-blooded addition courtesy of True Blood's Ryan Kwanten (aka Jason Stackhouse). In the February 14 episode, Zooey Deschanel's Jess goes cruising at a bar in search of an emotion-free one-night stand and encounters Ryan's Oliver. "I save her from choking on a cherry," teases Ryan, who says Zooey welcomed him on set with open arms. "But he loves talking about food and turns out to be one of the most boring guys she's ever dated."
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Kathy Griffin Will Keep Talking for Bravo

Kathy Griffin

Bravo can't stop talking. Kathy Griffin will host a new one-hour weekly talk show for the cable network starting this spring, in which she'll rant about pop culture, perform some standup routines and interview celebrities.

The new Griffin talk show (dubbed Kathy) comes on the heels of Bravo's decision to... read more

Keck's Exclusives: Homeland Hottie Back to The Mentalist

Morena Baccarin

With Homeland on hiatus after completing its hugely successful first season, star Morena Baccarin is free to return to her previous gig. No, she's not hopping back on the V spaceship, but rather picking up her derailed relationship with The Mentalist's Simon Baker.

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Exclusive: Parks and Recreation Books a Comedy Icon

Carl Reiner, Amy Poehler

How's this for your show of shows? TV Guide Magazine has learned exclusively that Parks and Recreation is set to host a living legend when comedy icon Carl Reiner guest stars as one of Pawnee's most powerful elders —and possibly a key player in Leslie's City Council campaign.

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Keck's Exclusives: Full Playlist Revealed for Glee's Michael Jackson Tribute


On Tuesday, Jan. 31, the Glee kids will slip on their fedoras and glittery gloves for a tribute to King of Pop Michael Jackson. read more

Matt's TV Week in Review: New Year's Edition


Some thoughts on a few of the shows that got 2012 off to a (mostly) promising start. Which means I've already forgotten that ABC's grotesquely unfunny Work It exists — and if you thought that was bad, wait until you see (or better yet, don't) next week's comedy disasters: CBS' offensively stereotypical Rob and NBC's rancid hangover of a dud Are You There, Chelsea? But for now, let's accentuate the (mostly) positive.
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