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The Biz: Jackie Kennedy In Her Own Words

Jackie Kennedy

Generations of Americans have seen thousands of pictures of Jacqueline Kennedy, but they seldom heard her voice after her time as first lady. "She gave very few interviews, so we had very little insight into what she was really thinking behind those incredible photographs," says ABC World News anchor Diane Sawyer. On September 13, in the two-hour special Jacqueline Kennedy: In Her Own Words, Sawyer unveils recorded conversations between the iconic and often mysterious former first lady and historian Arthur Schlesinger Jr.

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First Look at Science Channel's Trek Nation Documentary

Trek Nation

As the original Star Trek series celebrates its 45th anniversary today, Science Channel has given an airdate to its upcoming documentary Trek Nation.

The film, produced by Rod Roddenberry Jr., the son of Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry, will run Wednesday, Nov. 30 on Science.

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Wheels Up! The Cast of Criminal Minds Celebrates Their Reunion Via Music Video

Thomas Gibson

The mood's pretty light on the set of Criminal Minds, now that the two cast members the show had to say goodbye to last season are back on set. A.J. Cook and Paget Brewster are once again full-time members of the BAU as season seven kicks off on Wed., Sept. 22.

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Cable's Big Players Get into the Reality TV Business


Rizzoli & Isles, meet Mark Burnett. Cable networks like TNT, USA, FX and AMC became scripted powerhouses while mostly ignoring reality TV — until now. All four networks have big plans to enter the reality arena in the coming year in a bid to keep up with the times.

Last week, TNT — known up until now as the home to dramas like Rizzoli — picked up the reality competition pilot Fortune Hunters, from ace reality producer Burnett. And over at AMC, the Mad Men network added two more reality projects to its plate: JJK Security, shot inside a real-life rural Georgia ...
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Finale Review: Rescue Me

Denis Leary

Few things are more satisfying than watching a great episode of TV with an appreciative audience. Such was the case Wednesday night when FX screened the Rescue Me finale (my second viewing, but my first on the big screen) at New York's grand Ziegfeld Theater, a benefit for Denis Leary's Firefighters Foundation. Fittingly, a number of NYFD's finest were in the crowd, laughing at all the right places and cheering at many others (and maintaining a respectful silence when things got serious, which never lasted for very long).

It was a triumphant end to one of cable's most distinctive (if sometimes maddening) series, a well-timed tribute to ...
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Jensen Ackles Previews Supernatural Season 7

Jensen Ackles

To the delight of Supernatural's fans, the CW horror show — TV Guide Magazine's first Fan Favorite cover last year — is returning to its seventh season on Friday, September 23. "This year," says executive producer Sera Gamble, "we were really inspired by one of our touchstone movies when we think about Dean [Jensen Ackles] and Sam [Jared Padalecki] and their relationship — Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. We wanted to pit them ...
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Watercooler: Was Rescue Me's Series Finale Hot or Not?

Rescue Me

Smoke 'em if ya got 'em folks!

Last night, Rescue Me rang its final alarm with an intensely fitting finale. By centering on the aftermath of Lou's death, we got a heaping load of the show's gallows humor and tough-guy heart, best displayed as the crew gathered to spread the red velvet "ashes" of their fallen Lieutenant. And while the finale was timed to coincide with the 10th anniversary of 9/11, star Denis Leary and show creator Peter Tolan allowed the memory of that tragic day to... read more

Cheers & Jeers: Molly Shannon Talks The Talk

Molly Shannon

Jeers to The Talk for turning Molly Shannon into a parody of herself.

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The skilled sketch comic used to spoof tacky TV shows like CBS' daytime trainwreck during her Saturday Night Live stint. As guest cohost during September, Shannon has... read more

The NFL Rushes Back for Another Thrilling Season


It was the $9 billion question: Could NFL owners and players reach an agreement to end the bitter lockout threatening the 2011 season? After a resounding yes on July 25, teams scrambled to get ready. Record-setting TV ratings last year cemented the game's status as America's favorite sport, but what can fans expect on the field in the wake of the time-consuming labor dispute? "Teams that had very little change are going to have a huge advantage once the season starts," says CBS analyst Rich Gannon. "Some teams that have new quarterbacks, new systems, they're going to struggle." As the season kicks off tonight, TV Guide Magazine asked NFL analysts to tackle five burning questions... read more

Exclusive: Henry Thomas Guest-Stars on The Mentalist

Henry Thomas

Former kid sensation Henry Thomas (E.T.) has been set to appear on CBS's The Mentalist as bounty hunter Tommy Lisbon, the brother of Robin Tunney's character, CBI senior agent Teresa Lisbon. The sibs will meet up in an episode airing in late October on a case concerning the death of a police officer. 

"Everyone else in the Lisbon family is a policeman or fireman so Tommy is considered a bit of a black ...
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