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Cheers & Jeers: Mad About Miss Blankenship

Randee Heller

Cheers to Randee Heller for creating the summer's hottest breakout character: Mad Men's Miss Blankenship.

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Don Draper's incompetent yet snark-tastic new secretary — perhaps the first one ever at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce whom he doesn't want to sleep with, and vice versa — has stolen every scene she's been in. Even her smallest gestures, like adjusting her wig or barking "I don't work for you!" at a hungry job seeker, drive viewers mad with laughter. No wonder she's got her own... read more

Keck's Exclusives: Heroes' Jack Coleman Cast as Mentalist Baddie

Jack Coleman

Following news that Masi Oka has been cast as Hawaii Five-0's new coroner comes word that another Heroes alum, Jack Coleman (a.k.a Mr. Noah Bennet, a.k.a. Horned Rimmed Glasses), has landed a role on another CBS crime drama. In The Mentalist's Oct. 14th episode, Jack will be playing Max Armstrong, described to me as a... read more

Keck's Exclusives: Which Desperate Housewife Had A Nose Job?

Eva Longoria Parker

They all look spectacular, but is it natural beauty or a cosmetic surgeon's knife that makes the women of Desperate Housewives appear younger and younger each season? Well, we're about to find out that one of the Wisteria women underwent a nose job. Which one, you wonder? Well, the model, of course.

Yes, an upcoming episode will find the ladies learning that ... read more

Keck's Exclusives: Glee Cast Gears Up for Rocky Horror Halloween Spectacular


Soon, the cast of Glee will learn which parts they'll be playing in their Halloween episode send-up of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. "It's the most closely guarded secret on set at the moment," says Naya Rivera (Santana). If it were up to the actors, here's who they'd  play... read more

Keck's Exclusives: Grey's Creator on the Premiere's Surprise Wedding

Shonda Rhimes

[Warning: This story contains spoilers from the upcoming season of Grey's Anatomy.]

"One of the things I love about the first episode of the season is Cristina and Owen getting married," says Grey's Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes, who sat down with me for an exclusive one-on-one interview to discuss her show's seventh season premiere, airing Sept. 23. "It's this beautifully wonderful, happy, hopeful moment that I really liked seeing... read more

Rescue Me Goes Out in a Blaze of Glory

Michael Zegen and John Scurti

True to form, Rescue Me's penultimate episode ended with a shocking cliff-hanger: During a raging casket-warehouse fire, Lou (John Scurti) remained pinned under a mass of shelving and a chunk of the ceiling fell onto a helmet-less Damien (Michael Zegen). So, then: Just how many deaths will the finale hold?

Exec producer Peter Tolan assures us that tragedy is indeed in the offing.... read more

Keck's Exclusives: Bryan Batt Back to Mad Men?

Bryan Batt

By now I've learned that getting the super secretive Mad Men cast to confirm anything is impossible. Even so, I'm feeling fairly confident that before long we'll be seeing Bryan Batt back in '60s-era NYC as artistic director Salvatore Romano on the Emmy-winning AMC drama. Why am I feeling so positive? Well, in the past, every time I'd run in to Bryan and ask for an update on his status, he'd tell me quite sullenly that he's heard nada from anyone. Basically, he was getting on with his life. But at the Emmy Awards, Bryan was back with his cast and just seemed tickled — as if he knew something we didn't... read more

Poll: What's the Best Credit Sequence of All Time?

Mad Men opening credits

It's time to give credit where credit (sequences) are due. With your help, TV Guide Magazine has put together a list of the 10 best opening credit sequences of all time.

Now we want to hear from you to rank them for an upcoming issue, where we'll reveal the final results. Is the Simpsons' trip through Springfield the best opening ever? Or is it Dexter's creepy morning routine? Vote for your favorite in our poll after the jump... read more

True Blood Stars Preview "Explosive" Finale

Alexander Skarsgard

Giddy newlywed Anna Paquin described married life as "awesome" as she celebrated Emmy night with her new husband Stephen Moyer and their True Blood castmates at the HBO party. What can we expect from True Blood's finale next week? "We can't say a thing," said Paquin. "We like our jobs!"

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Fortunately, her costars were more forthcoming... read more

Cheers & Jeers: Is Rizzoli & Isles Full of Beantown?

Angie Harmon

Jeers to Rizzoli & Isles for committing the biggest crimes against Boston since Bill Buckner and "Bucky F---ing Dent."

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TNT's hit summer drama is ostensibly set in Beantown, but most of the stock L.A. locales where the show is actually shot look more like Malibu than Massachusetts. It's too bad R&I couldn't shoot on location, like the vastly superior mystery adaptation Spenser: For Hire did back in the '80s, but apparently it's cheaper to fake it on a backlot.

Even worse, Angie Harmon's Texas twang keeps slipping through her stab at a Boston brogue.... read more

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