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Exclusive: Jonathan Jackson Discusses His Shocking Exit From General Hospital

Jonathan Jackson

First, the good news. They're not replacing him. Now, the bad. Four-time Emmy winner Jonathan Jackson, citing physical and emotional exhaustion, will exit ABC's General Hospital the week of December 19 when his character, Lucky Spencer, leaves Port Charles for yet another trip to Ireland. In recent months, Lucky has been hit by one shattering tragedy after another — the hit-and-run death of his little boy Jake, the disgusting downfall of his drunken dad Luke, and the death of his wife Siobhan, all of which led to the character's own descent into drugs and hallucinogenic madness. read more

Rob Kardashian on His Unlikely Journey to the Dancing With the Stars Finals

Rob kardashian

His mother made him do the show. He wanted to quit the first week. And for the first weeks of rehearsal, he couldn't even look his pro partner, Cheryl Burke, in the eye.

Sources inside Dancing With the Stars say Rob Kardashian making it all the way to the finals has been nothing short of miraculous. He cops to not wanting to do the show at all, and being pushed by his mom, Kris Jenner, the master reality show puppeteer who pulls the family strings. read more

The Biz: The Scoop on CBS's New Morning Show

Charlie Rose, Gayle King

Charlie Rose says his reputation as a night owl is greatly exaggerated. The co-host of the new CBS morning program (to be renamed from The Early Show) that will launch January 9 told reporters Tuesday that he's up everyday at 5 a.m. — a little late for morning television prep, but still... read more

Keck's Exclusives: Marc Cherry's Top Secret Golden Girls Reunion First Look

Marc Cherry, Golden Girls

Shhh. Here's an exclusive first look at writer/producer Marc Cherry's super top secret Golden Girls reunion project, starring from left to right: Betty White (Rose), Estelle Getty (Sophia), Bea Arthur (Dorothy) and Rue McClanahan (Blanche). No worries that three quarters of the cast passed away over the last few years, as no dialogue was written for this reunion. Rather, the skeletal ladies were on display as part of a Halloween lawn display treat for fortunate trick or treaters who visited Marc's L.A. home two weeks back.
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Critic's Guide to Tuesday TV: New Girl Talks Turkey, Sons Explodes, and More!

Zooey Deschanel

A week from now, we won't be thanking Fox for ditching its Tuesday comedy lineup to make room for another displaced edition of The X Factor (which will be shifting its schedule back a day to avoid spoiling our Thanksgiving digestion with another results show). read more

Dancing With the Stars: J.R. Dances Through the Pain

J.R. Martinez

"I was just completely off-key tonight," J.R. Martinez said as he limped off the ballroom floor during Monday night's semi-finals on Dancing With the Stars.
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First Look: Jennifer Carpenter on The Good Wife

The Good Wife

There are no guns in sight and nary a cuss word to be heard when Jennifer Carpenter — best known as Dexter's foulmouthed cop sister Debra — guest stars as a religious Republican professor on the December 4 episode of CBS' The Good Wife.

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The Biz: Analyzing This Season's Talk Shows

Ellen DeGeneres, Rosie O'Donnell

Big changes and familiar faces have stirred up the talk-show arena this season. Here's how it's shaking out so far.

Ellen DeGeneres
was expected to benefit from Oprah Winfrey's departure in daytime and so far, she has. The syndicated chatfest is up 6 percent year-to-year, averaging 3 million viewers.

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Tim Allen Saves the Family Sitcom with Last Man Standing

Tim Allen

All Tim Allen wants for the holidays are a few cool outdoor gadgets. But don't expect him to use any of them.

"I love the thought of me out there fishing and hunting and camping," says Allen, on a break from rehearsals for his ABC hit Last Man Standing. "But I don't do it."

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Keck's Exclusives: Once Upon A Time Kills Off Its First Iconic Disney Character

Once Upon A Time, Catherine Lough Haggquist

On last night's Once Upon a Time, Cinderella's Fairy Godmother was snuffed out by Rumpelstiltskin just as she was about to wave her wand and make Cinderella's fantasy night come true — making her the first of Disney's iconic characters to be killed off ABC's new fantasy series. (And considering the show is being written and produced by two of Lost's longtime writers, it's a safe bet they'll be many more to come.) But turns out writers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz didn't even realize they'd achieved this milestone until I clued them in.

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