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Cheers & Jeers: The Walking Dead's Great Scott Wilson

Scott Wilson

Cheers to Scott Wilson for breathing life into The Walking Dead.

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The Guide to Monday TV: The Closer, The Grinch, Terra Nova and More!

Kyra Sedgwick

Taking advantage of the networks' post-sweeps lull, TNT roars back in a big way this week, with tonight's winter return (for five episodes) of its two biggest hits, The Closer and Rizzoli & Isles, and starting Tuesday for the next month, a weekly series of first-run mystery movies on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. (More on that later this week.)

The Closer (8/7c) and Rizzoli (9/8c) each have similar starting points for this ...
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Watercooler: Once Upon a Time Enchants Once Again

Raphael Sbarge, Lana Parrilla

OK, so Walt Disney is either rolling in his grave or LOLing from the beyond. Hopefully it's the latter, because Once Upon a Time is such a hoot. It would be a shame to think the man behind the Mouse wouldn't be down with the fun being had over in Storybrooke.

As the season's top new drama, the delightful ...
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Ask Matt: Parks and Recreation, The Office, Arrested Development, and More!

Amy Poehler

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Question: Now that we are about at the mid-season break for shows, I have been thinking about which returning shows are having the best, most satisfying seasons. Fringe, Castle, Community and Bones are at the top of my list, but I have to single out Parks and Recreation as the best returning show. I wasn't sure Parks and Rec could sustain the consistently funny run it had last season, but it has easily lived up to the expectations of Season 3. I think what has made this season even better ...
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Keck's Exclusives: First Look at Emilie de Ravin as Once Upon a Time's Belle

Emilie de Raven

Emilie de Ravin is getting lost in a whole new fantasy world. On the Valentine's Day episode of ABC's Once Upon a Time, tentatively scheduled for February 12, the former Lost star steps into the slippers of Beauty and the Beast's Belle. "Emilie projects a very natural strength and warmth, which are characteristics we wanted to explore with Belle," explains Adam Horowitz, who, along with... read more

Keck's Exclusives: Castle Flashes Back to the '40s

Stana Katic

I was recently invited by the Screen Actors Guild to moderate a panel with Castle beauty Stana Katic, who let slip that the ABC show is planning a film-noir episode. Exec producer Andrew Marlowe confirms a February sweeps installment will find... read more

Keck's Exclusives: How I Met Your Mother's Upcoming Milestones

Cobie Smulders

With the death of Marshall's father last spring and Robin's recent emotional roller coaster, CBS' How I Met Your Mother has been playing out like a daytime soap, and executive producer Carter Bays says there's more drama ahead next year. "We always try to do that delicate dance between lighthearted comedy and real issues," Carter says. Among the upcoming developments:

• Barney finds romantic stability — likely with a woman named... read more

The Biz: Why NBC News Hired Chelsea Clinton

Chelsea Clinton

Some critics have called NBC the Nepotism Broadcasting Company after the news division announced that Chelsea Clinton will serve as a special correspondent for its "Making a Difference" segments. The daughter of Bill and Hillary Clinton joins a roster that includes former President George W. Bush's daughter Jenna Bush Hager, a correspondent for Today, and Sen. John McCain's daughter Meghan, a contributor to MSNBC.

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Keck's Exclusives: Hilarie Burton Gets the Keys to the Castle

Hilarie Burton

Former One Tree Hill hottie Hilarie Burton is become reality star. Sort of. Hilarie, who left her One Tree role as Peyton in 2009 and currently costars on USA's White Collar, has won a guest spot on ABC's Castle as a charismatic reality TV personality named Kay Cappuccio, who to me sounds a lot like a certain Kardashian... read more

David Frei is Ruff and Ready for The National Dog Show

David Frei and John O'Hurley

The National Dog Show — that most surprising of Thanksgiving TV traditions — will air for the 10th year right after the Macy's Parade (Thursday, noon/11c, NBC). We got the program's esteemed cohost, pup expert David Frei, to unleash a few thoughts.

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