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Exclusive: Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones on the New Two and a Half Men

Angus T. Jones, Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer

It's Week 3 of work on the Two and a Half Men set, and Ashton Kutcher is still getting to know his costars. Conversation drifts toward mobile phones, and Kutcher reveals there's a feature on the iPhone 5 that Apple internally calls "The Kutcher."

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All My Children's Susan Lucci Talks About That Shocking New Chapter in Her Memoir

Susan Lucci

Why'd she do it? All My Children star Susan Lucci tells TV Guide Magazine that the scorching new chapter in the paperback edition of her book All My Life — in which she blasts ABC Daytime chief Brian Frons as "that fatal combination of ignorance and arrogance" — was written at the request of her publisher, HarperCollins.

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Exclusive: Ashley Jones Returns to The Bold and the Beautiful

Ashley Jones

Two-time Emmy nominee Ashley Jones is heading back to The Bold and the Beautiful as Bridget Forrester, the scandal queen who split town last year after giving birth to her father-in-law's baby. She begins shooting the CBS soap the week of September 12 and hits the air October 18.

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Ask Matt: The Office, Fall TV, Rizzoli, Big C, Torchwood and More!

James Spader

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

Question: Love your column, here is my question: With the exit of Steve Carell (and the last two to three seasons of The Office being very uneven), do you really think that adding James Spader to the cast will improve it? I re-watched the series from the beginning over this summer and one of the things that I noticed missing from the last few seasons is how the show went from a comedy about the office place to a comedy about characters in and outside of the office. While I like the actors, many of the characters (looking at you, Meredith) are now just caricatures; with Steve Carell leaving, I thought it would give the show a last chance to reboot, but hearing that James Spader joined the cast, my excitement has waned. Do you think that James Spader can help this show rekindle its former glory? — Larry S

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Keck's Exclusives: Sarah Michelle Gellar Gets Some Friendly Help

Sarah Michelle Gellar

Sarah Michelle Gellar had some inspiration in crafting her portrayal of identical twins Bridget and Siobhan in The CW's Ringerthe dual doppelgängers played by David Schwimmer and Lisa Kudrow on Friends.

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Keck's Exclusives: Details on Marilu Henner's Unforgettable Role

Marilu Henner

Marilu Henner — one of only six people in the world diagnosed with Superior Autobiographical Memory — will guest star on CBS' Unforgettable, which stars Poppy Montgomery as a woman with the same perfect-recall ability.

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Keck's Exclusives: Ellen Pompeo is Ready for More Grey's Anatomy

Ellen Pompeo

Guess what, ABC? A year and a half after she said she would "finish the show when my contract is up," Ellen Pompeo is open to continuing as Grey's Anatomy's Meredith. Just one problem: "I was invited for eight years — that was my contract — and no one has asked me for a day more," she says. "I know [creator] Shonda Rhimes has said the show will continue, but I wouldn't presume that they want to continue with me. You don't get dressed for the party if you don't have an invitation."

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Exclusive: Big Brother's Cassi Colvin Guest Stars on The Bold and the Beautiful

Big Brother, Cassi

She was among the first to be ousted from the Big Brother house this season, but Cassi Colvin is wanted big time by The Bold and the Beautiful! The twangy, Texas-born model will appear on the CBS soap in a role that won't require much stretching — she'll play a runway model named Cassi who is involved with the hot new "Hope for the Future" fashion line. She will tape her scenes Sept. 15, the day after she appears on the Big Brother season finale, and will air mid-to-late October.

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Keck's Exclusives: Playboy Club Books Another Guest Performer

Raphael Saadiq

Legendary R&B musician Sam Cooke, famous for such soulful tunes as "Twisting the Night Away," "You Send Me," and "A Change Is Gonna Come," has been booked for NBC's The Playboy Club.  

Singer/songwriter Rafael Saadiq, whose stylings have been heard on film and television soundtracks since the early '90s, will play the late singer in the early 60's, shortly before his tragic murder in 1964 at age 33. He'll appear in the new drama's fourth episode, to air in October.  

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Matt's Guide to Weekend TV Sept. 2-5

John Barrowman

Special Labor Day edition, with some thoughts on the highs and lows of the holiday weekend programming:

FRIDAY

With only two episodes to go, how will Torchwood: Miracle Day (Starz, 10/9c) wrap things up? This penultimate episode jumps forward two months as the embattled remnants of the Torchwood team strike a deal with the devil to track down the "Blessing" and figure out what's behind the "miracle" that has turned the world upside down and sent everyone (including some longtime Torchwood fans) into a depression.

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