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Keck's Exclusive: Friday Night Lights Actress Heads to Criminal Minds

Adrianne Palicki

Even though her Fox series, Lone Star, got an early axe, Adrianne Palicki is still one busy actress. She will be back for Friday Night Lights' final two episodes and is currently shooting a guest starring role on Criminal Minds, set to air in 2011.

"It's in the vain of Natural Born Killers or Kalifornia," says Adrianne of the killer Minds episode. "I never played... read more

Alyssa Milano's Previews Her Holiday Fairy Tale

Alyssa Milano

Isn't it romantic? It sure is when Alyssa Milano takes on this twisty love story based on the James Patterson novel of the same name. Set in a snowy New York City at Christmastime, Sunday at Tiffany's centers on ... read more

Poll: What's the Best Cartoon Show for Adults?

The Simpsons

Even now, after 22 seasons of The Simpsons, many still see those bright cartoon colors and think, "kids' stuff." But the truth is, several animated shows contain very dark and adult humor, not to mention some of the sharpest social commentary on television. Which of the following do you believe is the best cartoon show for grown-ups?

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Scott Bakula: A Man of a Certain Age

Scott Bakula

Telling most actors that they look fit enough to play a role younger than their real age would be considered a compliment. Unless you're Scott Bakula. This season, on his TNT series Men of a Certain Age, the 56-year-old's character turns 50. And he's actually rather bummed about the idea. ...

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First Look: Malcolm-Jamal Warner Comes Home to NBC

Malcolm Jamal Warner on Community

Community fans have long understood that Shirley's ex-husband, Andre, is a womanizing jerk. So what to make of the fact that he's actually a friendly guy — and played by the actor who portrayed lovable Theo Huxtable on The Cosby Show? ...

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The Closer Sneak Peek: Brenda's Back for the Holidays!

Kyra Sedgwick

Kyra Sedgwick lets out a big "Ha!" when asked how Brenda Leigh Johnson, the Georgia peach—turned—Los Angeles police babe she plays on The Closer, has changed after six seasons on TNT. "That's the wonderful and fun thing about Brenda," she says. "The woman really hasn't evolved."

On one level, Sedgwick is right. The Closer returns tonight for five episodes ending with ... read more

Cheers & Jeers: Q: What Is TV's Longest-Running Quiz Show? A: It's Academic!

It's Academic

Cheers to It's Academic for celebrating its 50th year on the air.

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Never heard of the show? You must not have ...
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Watercooler: Bridalplasty Gets Even Uglier

Jessica

Well, it's official. The end times are here.

Now that Bridalplasty is actually a thing, it needs to be discussed. Worst. Show. Ever. Not only is the concept of self-esteem deficient brides-to-be who vie for plastic surgery before their ...
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First Look: HBO's Latest Epic Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones

TV Guide Magazine visited Northern Ireland for a sneak peek at Game of Thrones, the new HBO drama (based on the best-selling novels of George R. R. Martin), premiering this April. "It's an epic fantasy in the tradition of Tolkien, but with more sex, violence and treachery," Martin says.

The Lord of the Rings fans will find a familiar face in Sean Bean, who plays Eddard "Ned" Stark, patriarch of one of the families ...
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Keck's Exclusives: Who's Gunning for Paul Young on Desperate Housewives?

Mark Moses

Spoiler alert! Following in the bloodied loafers of despised characters J.R. Ewing (Dallas) and Mr. Burns (The Simpsons), the villainous Paul Young (Mark Moses) will be shot by an unknown assailant in the final moments of Desperate Housewives' December 12 cliff-hanger. Fans will be left guessing whodunit until early next year.   

You may recall in the season premiere... read more

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