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Cheers & Jeers: Michelle Forbes Kills It on The Killing

Michelle Forbes

Cheers to Michelle Forbes for her dead-on performance on The Killing.

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The versatile actress has toggled between outlandish fantasy (Battlestar Galactica, True Blood) and down-to-earth ...
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Scoop from the 22nd Annual GLAAD Media Awards

Julie Bowen

When it comes to the portrayal of sexually diverse characters, TV has come a long way in the past two decades. Nowhere was that quite as evident as on the red carpet of the 22nd Annual GLAAD media awards in Los Angeles where stars from such shows as Modern Family, Grey's Anatomy and Nurse Jackie represented the LGBT community in the media. "I want to play my character as honestly as possible," Pretty Little Liars' Shay Mitchell told TV Guide Magazine of her character, Emily, who is out and proud. "For her to really embrace coming out was awesome, and the ...
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What's Next for 24 Star Mary Lynn Rajskub?

Mary Lynn Rajskub

Mary Lynn Rajskub may have literally gotten the final word on 24 as Chloe O'Brian, but the actress-comedian has a lot more to say: she's got multiple TV projects in the works.

"I'm working on a couple ...
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Roush Review: A LOLA Makeover

Alana De La Garza, Terrence Howard

Used to be you'd have to wait until between seasons for the Law & Order revolving door to claim its victims. LOLA doesn't have that luxury. An ill-conceived and poorly cast clone rushed on the air after NBC unwisely and abruptly scuttled the mothership at the end of last season, Law & Order: Los Angeles substituted sun-splashed sprawl for urban grit. The results were not pretty, or especially interesting.

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Yanked off the air in December after only ...
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Matt Lauria's Code of Honor

Matt Lauria

On Mondays, Matt Lauria plays a 29-year-old homicide cop, and on Fridays, he's a 17-year-old high school football player. The "somewhere in between" actor tells us what's up on his new show The Chicago Code and what to expect on the fifth and final season ...
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Amber Tamblyn Moves to the Head of the Class

Amber Tamblyn

Looks like there'll be no more House calls for Amber Tamblyn. The actress will be checking out of Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital at the end of the season to headline a pilot in which she'll play a public school teacher.

While attending the 32nd College Television awards, Tamblyn outlined the circumstances surrounding Dr. Martha Masters' departure. "She's going to potentially ...
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Quick and Painful: Charlie Sheen's Tour Bombs in New York City

Charlie Sheen

At least it was short.

Charlie Sheen brought his "Violent Torpedo of Truth Tour" to Radio City Music Hall in New York City on Friday night. To call it a show would be using the term very loosely. It was a bare-bones, one-hour dialogue with an interviewer in which Sheen showed a total inability ...
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Exclusive: Not So Fast, Here's Why House Is Unlikely to End Up at NBC

House

Is House grabbing his cane and jumping to NBC? Don't hire the moving vans just yet.

Fox's deal with Universal Media Studios, which produces the Hugh Laurie drama, is expiring, and as Variety reported Friday, there's no resolution in sight. That's led some to wonder whether Universal might ultimately move the show, entering its eighth season this fall, to sister network NBC.

Even though new NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt is high on his new development, the network could... read more

American Idol's Pia Toscano on Her Shocking Elimination

Pia Toscano

The New York songbird has been silenced. In an elimination greeted with howls of protest, Pia Toscano, 22, was told that for her, American Idol is over. The studio audience was stunned, then angry. Her fellow competitor in the bottom two, Stefano Langone, was so distraught he tried to turn away from the cameras to hide his tears. TV Guide Magazine talks to the woman many believed was going to win the whole competition... read more

Matt's TV Week in Review

American Idol

It had been a pretty even-keel season of the reborn American Idol — perhaps too much so — until the Pia bubble burst Thursday night. Maybe a shocking elimination like Pia Toscano's way-too-early ouster is just the sort of wake-up call Idol needs to shock some showmanship into the part of the show that needs it the most: the judging. I've enjoyed the raucous goofiness of Steven Tyler and the glowy glamorous warmth that is Jennifer Lopez, but cheerleading has its limits, and when the closest thing to actual criticism from the panel is Randy (of all people) damning with faint praise by merely saying "Good job," it's clear the judges aren't doing a good job. Or much of a job at all.

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I'm not sure we need a clone of Simon Cowell, whose blunt and condescending cruelty in recent seasons teetered on boredom with the process... read more

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