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Cheers & Jeers: Dancing With the Stars Raises Kane

Chelsea Kane and Mark Ballas

Cheers to the real winner of Dancing With the Stars: Chelsea Kane...
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Cheers & Jeers: RIP The Chicago Code

Jason Clarke and Matt Lauria

Jeers to Fox for cancelling The Chicago Code.

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The Shield
executive producer Shawn Ryan's high-caliber crime drama was given less than a full season to find an audience before itchy trigger-fingered execs shot it down. What turned out to be the series finale, "Mike Royko's Revenge," tied up an impressive number of loose ends as Det. Jarek Wysocki (the electrifying Jason Clarke) discovered his late brother was a dirty cop — and had left enough evidence ...
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Julianna Margulies on The Good Wife's Big Move

Dallas Roberts, Julianna Margulies

It'll be The Good Wife verse Desperate Housewives next fall. CBS announced last week that the legal drama is moving to Sunday night, where it will go head to head with ABC's Housewives. But The Good Wife's star, Julianna Margulies, who accepted a Peabody ...
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Dancing with the Stars Backstage Report: The "Alleycat" Underdog

Kirsite Alley

Yes, Kirstie Alley got the lowest scores of the evening. And no, she didn't have a marching band like Hines Ward or do death-defying lifts like Chelsea Kane. But she still has a very strong shot at winning Dancing With the Stars.

Why? Because the studio audience — usually a very accurate barometer of viewers as a whole — wasn't just a little upset with her scores for Monday nights' samba and freestyle (a total of 54 out of 60), they were thoroughly ticked ...
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The Voice Exclusive: Secrets From the Coaches

The Voice

Think of it as The First Supper. One night before taping the initial audition episodes of his new NBC show The Voice, exec producer Mark Burnett wanted the music competition series' four coaches — Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton, Cee Lo Green and Maroon 5 lead singer Adam Levine — to bond. So, after handing over his personal credit card, he sent them off to L.A.'s trendy Soho House for dinner. Shelton was the first to get there, with Levine and Green not ...
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Watercooler: What to Make of The Bachelorette's Men

Ryan P., Ashley Hebert

Oh man. Actually, oh men.

So last night, The Bachelorette returned with Brad Womack also-ran Ashley Hebert (apparently pronounced "Ayy-bear") and 25 guys who, true to form, need some help. And we're not even talking about the eliminated dudes who got all teary following the Rose Ceremony — even though those messes should turn in their reproductive organs for acting all "she was the one" after five hours of ...
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Peter Facinelli Talks Nurse Jackie and Twilight

Peter Facinelli

The doctor is in... demand! Whether he's vamping out in the Twilight flicks, writing screenplays (like February's Hallmark original Accidentally in Love starring wife Jennie Garth) or giving us a Monday-night fix as Dr. Fitch Cooper on Nurse Jackie, Peter Facinelli is one busy man. And it sounds like things are about to get even more hectic for All Saints' resident lab-coated man-child.

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The Scoop on Soap Star Kim Zimmer's Upcoming Tell-All Memoir

Kim Zimmer

As soap memoirs go, this one's a lollapalooza. TV Guide Magazine has had an early look at Kim Zimmer's autobiography, I'm Just Sayin'! (New American Library), which hits stores in August and — spoiler alert — it's sure to be a smash! Throughout her long and remarkable suds career, the four-time Emmy winning Zimmer — best known as Reva Shayne on Guiding Light — has wowed us with her take-no-prisoners performances and subversive, balls-to-the-wall interviews in the press. She delivers no less in this tantalizing tell-all.

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Exclusive Video: Wonder Woman Makes Her Debut on Batman: The Brave and the Bold

Batman Brave and the Bold

NBC may have passed on its Wonder Woman pilot, but the Amazon princess is still heading to TV. The opening segment of this Friday's episode of Batman: The Brave and the Bold features DC Comics' top heroine — voiced by Vicki Lewis — as she comes to the rescue of Batman and Steve Trevor (May 27, 6:30/5:30c, Cartoon Network). The endearingly campy appearance, Wonder Woman's first on The Brave and the Bold, includes her trademark invisible jet and the iconic theme song from the 1970s live-action Lynda Carter series. In the main storyline of the episode, "Scorn of the Star Sapphire," the Caped Crusader teams up with Green Lantern, a perfect warm up to next month's feature film starring Ryan Reynolds.

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Watercooler: Game of Thrones' Crowning Moment

Peter Dinklage

They say nothing gold can stay, but Viserys Targaryen's molten demise is gonna stick in our minds for a long time.

Last night, the gloriously gory Game of Thrones once again proved that we should completely expect major players to perish without warning (for the unspoiled among us who haven't read the books, that is) by dispensing with the whiny white-blonde Beggar King. And not with just some common sword slice or a been-there-done-that beheading. Nope, the incestuous and exiled heir was, well, gold-plated to death.

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