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Cheers & Jeers: Rizzoli & Isles — Jackie, Oh No!

Jacqueline Bissett

Jeers to Rizzoli & Isles for squandering the ample talents of Jacqueline Bisset.

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The sexiest senior citizen alive (can you believe she's 66?) brought a touch of class — as opposed to costar Lorraine Bracco's touch of crass — to TNT's corn-chowder crime drama as Constance Isles, Maura's jet-setting, air-kissing mother. The real crime: R&I utilized Bisset in only a few brief scenes, choosing to focus on a silly case involving a sniper and Revolutionary War re-enactors.

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Exclusive: America's Got Talent Host Nick Cannon Joins NBC's Up All Night

Nick Cannon

America's Got Talent host Nick Cannon has joined the cast of another NBC series, the new Wednesday night comedy Up All Night, in a recurring role.

Cannon will play Calvin, the wildly popular co-host to talk show star Ava (Maya Rudolph), who can't help but be... read more

Keck's Exclusives: Morgan Fairchild to Vamp On Bones

Morgan Fairchild

Glamorous '80s primetime soap diva Morgan Fairchild, who seduced her way through Dallas, Falcon Crest and Flamingo Road, has landed a colorful guest spot on the new season of Fox's Bones.

Morgan will appear in the third episode as a woman named... read more

A Night Out With Anthony Bourdain

Anthony Bourdain

In his role as a professional eater and drinker on Travel Channel's No Reservations, Anthony Bourdain's omnivorous bacchanals across the globe have become the stuff of foodie legend. So I braced myself for our meal at NYC's Takashi, a Japanese/Korean restaurant that's known for specialties like beef heart and flash-boiled Achilles' tendon. Would I be able to keep up with his infinite appetite for offal and sake? As it turned out, Bourdain is considerably more tame when he's off duty — and readily admits that these days, he'd rather get home to his wife and kid than stay out late being a bada--. read more

Exclusive First Look: Ringer

Nestor Carbonell and Sarah Michelle Gellar

Fans of Sarah Michelle Gellar will happily do a double take when the Buffy vet returns to television as twins in ...
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Ask Matt: Falling Skies, the End of Housewives and Eureka and More!

Noah Wyle

Send questions to askmatt@tvguidemagazine.com and follow me on Twitter!

Question: I just finished watching the season finale of Falling Skies and I am very happy the show got renewed for another season. I just hate that we have to wait until next summer before the show comes back on again. I have seen where people have described the show as boring. Did you think it was boring? I found it interesting and suspenseful that the audience did not know any more than the characters did about what was going on in their world. When we saw ...
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Exclusive: Jacob Young Returns to The Bold and the Beautiful

Jacob Young

If All My Children does indeed move on to the internet as planned, it'll happen without Jacob Young. The Emmy-winning actor has struck a deal to rejoin CBS's The Bold and the Beautiful as fashion-industry scion Rick Forrester, a role he played from 1997 to '99. And get this: Young will hit the air September 26 — the Monday right after AMC ends its run on ABC! TV Guide Magazine got the exclusive scoop from this in-demand ...
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Exclusive: Adam Carolla Developing Animated Show at Fox

Adam Carolla

The Man Show and Dancing with the Stars alum Adam Carolla is getting animated. The comedian has teamed up with former King of the Hill executive producers John Altschuler and Dave Krinsky to produce The Birchums, which has landed a presentation order from Fox.

The Birchums is based on a character Carolla popularized in the 1990s on Los Angeles radio station KROQ's Kevin and Bean morning show.... read more

Exclusive: The Munsters Back in Development at NBC

The Munsters

Pushing Daisies creator Bryan Fuller is taking another stab at developing a remake of The Munsters at NBC.

Fuller has met with NBC executives in recent weeks ...
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General Hospital's Steve Burton on Jason's Life or Death Surgery

Steve Burton

The mother of all soap-amnesia plots — the woeful tale of Jason on General Hospital — is about to take a curious turn. Long story short: Back in 1995, rich, wholesome preppy Jason Quartermaine (played by Steve Burton) was left mentally damaged and memory-free after a car accident and split from his family to become underworld hit man Jason Morgan. Now he's been seriously injured in yet another crash and will require life-or-death brain surgery. During the intense procedure (airing August 26 and 29), the women in Jason's life — fiancée Sam (Kelly Monaco), mom Monica (Leslie Charleson), ex-lover Liz (Rebecca Herbst) and BFF Carly (Laura Wright) — will fantasize about how their relationships ...
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