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Cheers & Jeers: A Series of Unfortunate Events

Scott Patterson and Sarah Roemer

Jeers to NBC for airing The Event despite troubling parallels to tragic real-life events.

 

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As news continued to break of a potential nuclear catastrophe in Japan, the network's ill-fated sci-fi series unveiled an episode that invoked containment domes, fallout zones and a possible meltdown at a nuclear power plant. It seems the aliens use uranium to create portals to bring in more of their own, which was the real reason behind the Chernobyl disaster (there was even a deformed alien survivor of the 1986 calamity in the Ukraine). President Martinez (Blair Underwood) juggled a visit from the Japanese prime minister with the decision to remove uranium rods from a nuclear facility ...
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Three Stories to Watch as Major League Soccer Kicks Off a New Season

L.A. Galaxy

March Madness is here, baseball is about to throw its first pitch and playoff races are starting to heat up in the NBA and NHL. But that's not stopping Major League Soccer from fighting for its share of the sports fan's attention. Season 16 kicks off tonight with the Seattle Sounders hosting the L.A. Galaxy in what has quickly developed into one of the league's ...
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V's Reptile Mama Drama

Laura Vandervoort

You thought your family had issues? You gotta feel for poor lizard princess Lisa (Laura Vandervoort), caught in the middle of a vicious power struggle between her sinister grandmother Diana (Jane Badler) and her cold, unfeeling mom, Anna (Morena Baccarin). In tonight's Season 2 finale, "Mother's Day," Diana and Erica (Elizabeth Mitchell) enlist Lisa to stage a coup against Anna, removing her from power before humanity is destroyed. "Lisa's never felt emotion or warmth from her mother," says Vandervoort. "So for her to be comforted by Erica has hit ...
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Ultra-Marathoner Dean Karnazes Goes the Distance for Regis and Kelly

Dean Karnazes

Now this is an amazing race! Superstar runner Dean Karnazes is taking a cross-country sprint from Disneyland to New York City, with every blistered step being captured by the Live! With Regis and Kelly cameras. Karnazes, who is logging 40-50 miles per day, will end his 75-day run by arriving at the Live! studio mid-May. Along the way, he'll participate in several "Run with Dean" 5K events — benefitting the anti-obesity charity Action for Healthy Kids — in which local runners can join the marathon ...
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Garret Dillahunt: The Man From Hope

Garret Dillahunt

Watching Raising Hope's dim-witted Burt, you might wonder, "Where have I seen this guy before?" The answer: everywhere. "I just enjoy working so much, it's hard to say no," says Garret Dillahunt. But with the acclaimed actor hiding himself so well in each character — and with other roles so different from the Chance family's lovably oafish patriarch — he's actually pretty ...
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Exclusive: First Look at The Killing's New Promo

Mireille Enos

Who killed Rosie Larsen? That's the big question in AMC's newest original series, The Killing, premiering Sunday, April 3 at 9pm. TV Guide Magazine has an exclusive first look at the chilling new promo, featuring stars Mireille Enos (Big Love) and Joel Kinnaman as detectives unraveling the clues to the gruesome Seattle murder. Check out the promo below. Are you read more

NCAA Tournament: The Big Dance Gets Bigger

Jimmer Fredette

There's a method to this year's March Madness, and it's based on the number four. The Final Four in Houston will be bookended by the First Four in Dayton, Ohio, an offshoot of the NCAA tournament's expansion to a record 68-team field. And the whole extravaganza will air on four networks. CBS, in its 30th year broadcasting college basketball's premier event, will join forces with Turner Sports on three cable networks — TBS, TNT and truTV — as part of a 14-year, $10.8 billion deal. Here's what to watch for.

Tip-off to buzzer Each of the 67 games will be shown in its entirety for the first time in the tournament's 73-year history, thanks to staggered starts at least 30 minutes apart. But that doesn't mean fans can't... read more

Exclusive: NCIS: Los Angeles Blows Up!

Chris O'Donnell and LL Cool J

It's ice-cream-sundae Thursday on the set of NCIS: Los Angeles, and almost everyone is indulging between takes. Even LL Cool J, who moonlights as a fitness guru. "Hey, you've earned it," a crew member tells the überbuff rapper/action hero, as if he needs anyone's consent for a sugar rush. The collegial atmosphere continues as Chris O'Donnell passes Daniela Ruah and Eric Christian Olsen, who wrapped their roles a half hour ago yet have stuck around to yak over their Ben & Jerry's. "Don't you two have homes?" O'Donnell demands to know, breezing on by before Ruah has a chance to kickbox his behind.

Apparently the lone holdout, O'Donnell hasn't taken any... read more

Keck's Exclusives: Judgment Days Are Coming for Glee's Finn

Cory Monteith

As Glee's New Directions makes its way to Regionals this week, Cory Monteith (Finn) gives us some scoop on the season's final episodes — and tells kids how they can sing for him and win big moolah for their own glee clubs.

TV Guide Magazine: Tuesday's episode finds New Directions performing in Regionals before a judging panel consisting of Kathy Griffin as judge Tammy Jean Albertson, Loretta Devine as Sister Mary Constance and Lima, Ohio's very own WOHN news anchor Rod Remington. What can we expect?

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Poll: Which Reality Show Is The Most Heartwarming?

Secret Millionaire

Lifetime's Coming Home, showing returning soldiers surprising their loved ones, is filled with emotional scenes — and is causing even more in living rooms across America. Fellow tearjerker Secret Millionaire rewards ...
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