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Keck's Exclusives: HIMYM's Robin Gets a Supersized Beau

How I Met Your Mother

Everyone's talking about Jennifer Morrison's debut on How I Met Your Mother's fifth episode as a love interest for Ted (Josh Radnor), but someone else in that episode is finding love too. Big love, you could say.

Robin (Cobie Smulders) will meet ... read more

Keck's Exclusives: Is this Kurt's New Boyfriend on Glee?

Chris Colfer

Maybe Glee producers weren't being cagey with us when they denied that seemingly straight New Directions addition Sam Evans (Chord Overstreet) was going to turn out to be Kurt's (Chris Colfer) boyfriend. Now there's another candidate to add to the suspect list.

The new season's sixth episode will introduce ... read more

Watercooler: It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Goes Gay

It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia

Of course the Paddy's crew would get gay marriage so twisted that even married gays (or Mac) would use liberal Biblicisms to get it banned.

And we'd have it no other way. Back for their sixth season last night, the barflies of Brotherly Love mixed the issue into their usual cocktail of wrong and raunchy, and ended up with yet another those artfully offensive episodes that had us choking on our alley almonds... read more

Boardwalk Empire Premiere Draws Big Guns

Kelly MacDonald, Boardwalk Empire

The gang was (almost) all there for the premiere of HBO's new Jersey crime epic Boardwalk Empire — the Sopranos gang, that is. Former cast members including James Gandolfini, Steven Van Zandt, Tony Sirico, Vincent Curatola and Aida Turturro as well as creator David Chase showed up for Boardwalk's splashy New York premiere on Sept. 15 thanks to its multiple Sopranos connections. After all, the series stars Steve Buscemi, who played Tony's inept cousin, and was created by Terence Winter, an Emmy-winning writer for The Sopranos.

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Winter had considerable research to do before attempting to create an authentic representation of Atlantic City during Prohibition... read more

Watercooler: Top Model Takes a Stand

Andre Leon Talley, Tyra Banks, Nigel Barker

Check out Top Model having a conscience!

And not just a social one, although guest Demi Lovato's pitch for the Pacer Center during last night's photo shoot to promote anti-bullying among teens was spot on (and super important). No, we're talking about Tyra and company's unexpectedly responsible decision to eliminate Anamaria for being too thin.

Throughout the episode... read more

Roush Review: Dazzling Boardwalk: I'll Drink to That!

Steve Buscemi

Have the Roaring '20s ever roared with such vibrant, violent, extravagantly entertaining life as in HBO's Boardwalk Empire? This instantly captivating period piece feels thrillingly modern as it captures with remarkable detail a chaotic time of invention and re-invention, of social progress and prosperity upstaged by the gaudy corruption and jazzy debauchery of the Prohibition era.

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Boardwalk
brilliantly marries Martin Scorsese's virtuosic cinematic eye to Terence Winter's (The Sopranos) panoramic mastery of rich character and eventful story. They romanticize Atlantic City as the Rome of a bootleg empire, where gangsters converge from Chicago and New York to traffic in illegal hooch (among other vices)... read more

Gale Harold Bounces Back with Hellcats

Gale Harold

It looks like Gale Harold's character is the only person on Hellcats who's not all fired up about cheerleading. Harold joins the CW drama in episode 3 as a law professor who puts Marti (Aly Michalka) to the test.

"Julian Paris is trying to determine whether or not [Marti] is actually serious about what she's saying that she wants to do," he told TV Guide Magazine at the PaleyFest Fall TV Preview Party for the CW. "She's taken a scholarship as a cheerleader, and I don't know that he truly trusts that her intentions are actually pure."

For the actor... read more

Cheers & Jeers: Terriers — An Underdog Worth Rooting For

Donal Logue

Cheers to FX for unleashing Terriers on the viewing public.

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The cable net's latest dramedy, from exec producers Shawn Ryan (The Shield) and Ted Griffin (Oceans 11), got off to a slow start in the ratings last week, perhaps due to a slightly misleading title... read more

America Goes Back to Work on The Apprentice

Donald Trump, The Apprentice

As NBC's The Apprentice enters its 10th season, Donald Trump is putting celebrities aside and once again opening up the toughest job interview in the world to regular people. But this season, The Donald hand-picked the batch of 16 contestants based on one particular requirement: people affected by the recession... read more

PaleyFest Fall Preview: No Ordinary ABC Night

No Ordinary Family

On September 14 stars and producers of ABC's fall shows came out for the PaleyFest: Fall TV Preview Party, sponsored by TV Guide Magazine and we got the scoop from their upcoming seasons.

Stephen Collins, now a series regular on ABC's new dramedy No Ordinary Family, told TV Guide Magazine that he's excited about his upcoming guest spot on Brothers & Sisters as Saul's love interest, Charlie. "They asked me to do an episode. I really like the show a lot, and I've been friends with Ron Rifkin for over 20 years. When you get a chance to work with people that you really love and respect, you just do it," says the actor... read more

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