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Steven Spielberg Talks Falling Skies and Upcoming TV Projects

Steven Spielberg

Though he's best known as an Oscar-winning filmmaker, Steven Spielberg has been making TV since the 1970s, directing episodes of Marcus Welby, Columbo and his breakthrough project, the action TV-movie Duel. Even as his movie career exploded, he maintained ties to... read more

Los Angeles Loses Out as Primetime Moves to the Big Apple

James Caviezel, Michael Emerson

Start spreading the news, they're filming today. The TV networks want to be a part of it, New York, New York!

An unusually high number of new primetime dramas will be filmed in the Big Apple next season, as tax incentives and other perks attract studios and networks looking to save money while giving shows a more authentic New York backdrop.

At CBS, the shift to the East Coast is quite pronounced: All four of the network's new hour-long series will be shot in New York. That includes... read more

Watercooler: The Glee Project-ile Vomit

Robert Ulrich

So you know how Glee became a roaring mess in its second season? Well, The Glee Project has one upped the very show that spawned it by becoming just as tragic in only a handful of episodes. That's pretty ...
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Exclusive: Erin Torpey Returns to One Life to Live

Erin Torpey

Here's another great cancellation casting surprise! A rep for ABC's One Life to Live tells TV Guide Magazine that the wonderful Erin Torpey, who played Jessica Buchanan from 1990 to 2003, will return to the axed soap for one last ...
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Cheers & Jeers: James Van Der Beek — Sad Dawson No More!

James Van Der Beek

Cheers to James Van Der Beek for proving his career is no longer up a Creek.

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Despite playing the title character on The WB's Dawson's Creek, Van Der Beek has been the cast's underachiever, at least compared to Josh Jackson, Katie Holmes and Michelle Williams. But after a series of hilariously self-mocking video shorts — including one that reclaimed his weeping ...
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Ask Matt: Killing Finale Fallout, Thrones, Glee Changes and More!

Mireille Enos

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Question: I am still mulling over the finale of The Killing. As expected, there are a lot of people who hate it but I am not one of them. I think it is pretty clear that Richmond was the killer and Linden and Holder caught him. Holder faking the photo does not mean Richmond is innocent. It means that Holder took a shortcut because he was convinced that Richmond was guilty. I thoroughly enjoyed the show — it was like watching a novel unfold. I do like mystery novels a lot and I am particularly fond of character-driven mysteries, which is what we had here. What I am upset about is that I have to wait so long for ...
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Keck's Exclusives: Which New Shows Do Celebs Want to See?

The New Girl

The 2011 Women in Film's Crystal + Lucy Awards on June 16 brought out glamorous actresses who shared the upcoming series they're most anticipating. No surprise here: All are headlined by strong female leads!

Katie Holmes: "I'm excited for Zooey Deschanel's show, New Girl [Fox]. I'm such a fan of hers. She's a great actress."

Elle Fanning: "Pan Am [ABC]. I love... read more

Keck's Exclusives: Fall Season Scoop!

Ray Romano and Patricia Heaton

The Broadcast Television Journalists Association (of which I'm a charter voting member) handed out its inaugural Critics' Choice Television Awards on June 20. On the red carpet, the nominated actors and producers — all hopeful they'll also be on the Primetime Emmy ballot when it's announced July 14 — filled me in on what they're hatching for their exciting fall returns.

The Middle (Best Comedy nominee)
Cocreator Eileen Heisler tells me they are superclose to signing... read more

Keck's Exclusives: The Walking Dead Casts Greene Family

Scott Wilson

This is big news for The Walking Dead fans. The critically acclaimed AMC series has just cast two hugely popular characters from the graphic novels on which the show is based.

Early into the new season, which returns in October just in time for Halloween, Rick Grimes and our brave band of survivors will encounter a farming family that has been ravaged by zombies.... read more

Roush Review: True Blood Is Back!

Anna Paquin

What better time than summer to get your TV freak on — and what more out-there vehicle to indulge your wilder appetites than the fourth season of HBO's supernatural smorgasbord True Blood, which gets off to one of its freakiest starts yet.

"TV sure hasn't gotten better in the last year," gripes True Blood's spunky heroine Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) after returning to Bon Temps from an unsettling detour to sparkly, sinister Fairy Land. Maybe not, but True Blood has...
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