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Cougar Town's Dan Byrd Moving to Suburgatory

Dan Byrd

Dan Byrd is moving from suburbia to Suburgatory.

The Cougar Town star, known for portraying Jules' son Travis, will guest-star as... read more

Two and a Half Men Snags True Blood Hunk

Joe Manganiello

Joe Manganiello is returning to CBS!

The True Blood star will guest-star in a late October episode of Two and a Half Men, Entertainment Weekly reports.

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Manganiello will play... read more

Exclusive First Look: Jamie-Lynn Sigler Hits Drop Dead Diva

Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Drop Dead Diva

Sopranos alum Jamie-Lynn Sigler is back and better than ever — well, except that her Drop Dead Diva character is dying.

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Sigler, whose recent credits include Ugly Betty and Entourage, will make her Diva debut in the Season 3 finale as... read more

Fringe Bosses: Peter Never Existed, But the Last Three Seasons Still Did

Fringe

[SPOILER ALERT: This story contains key plot details from the new season of Fringe]

Peter Bishop never existed: True. Neither did what happened during the last three seasons of Fringe: False.

But where we last left off had many fans scratching their heads. After Peter (Joshua Jackson) built a bridge between the two universes in order to save billions of lives, he seemingly disappeared into thin air. The Observers noted that Peter had, in fact, never existed at all, a comment that caused just as much confusion as it did outrage among viewers.

Fringe Finale: Guess who never existed?

If Peter had never existed, then did anything we watched over the last three years actually happen? Jackson feels your frustration. "Being a fan of shows like this, I am with everybody who goes, 'Don't you dare... read more

Exec Producer Betsy Thomas: There's Room Among NBC's Snobby Sitcoms for Whitney's Comedy

Whitney Cummings and Chris D’Elia

NBC's Thursday night lineup was once dubbed Must-See TV — and with shows like The Office, Community and Parks and Recreation leading the comedy block, it's hard to say things have really changed from the days when Friends and Seinfeld once held court. This makes it even more challenging for new comedy Whitney to gain its footing at 9:30/8:30c, a spot previously held by the likes of 30 Rock, which returns midseason, and the short-lived Outsourced.

Whitney: How different is Whitney Cummings from her TV persona, really?

"Of course we're... read more

Grey's Anatomy: Where Were We and What's Next?

Grey's Anatomy

When Season 8 of Grey's Anatomy premieres (Thursday, 9/8c on ABC), Meredith and Derek are on the outs, Alex has been shunned by his fellow Seattle Gracers and Cristina is grappling with whether or not to abort her and Owen's child. But there's oh so much more that will be happening at the hospital so you might need a quick refresher on where we left off — and a juicy tease about what comes next in the doctors' final year of residency.

Grey's Anatomy: Shonda Rhimes talks Mer-Der's struggle, Cristina's pregnancy

Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo)
Where Were We? She tampered with the Alzheimer's clinical trial in hopes of saving Adele's life, which caused her to be suspended from the hospital. She also adopted baby Zola, but ended up having a huge fight with Derek.
What's Next? As we've seen in the promos, Meredith will soon be out of a job, but... read more

Charlie’s Angels' New Angels Don't Feel Pressure to Live Up to the Past

Rachael Taylor, Minka Kelly, Annie Ilonzeh

Charlie's Angels has seen a number of faces take on the duties of a crime-fighting angel: Farrah Fawcett, Kate Jackson, Jaclyn Smith, Cheryl Ladd, Shelley Hack, Tanya Roberts, Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz, Lucy Liu and Demi Moore.

Fall TV: Retrace three generations of Charlie's Angels

Now, Minka Kelly, Annie Ilonzeh and Rachael Taylor will join the ranks of their near-exclusive club — one that comes with both halos and fighting skills and even a billionaire boss. The three new angels certainly have some big high heels to fill, but they, along with a much fitter and younger John Bosley (Ramon Rodriguez), are ready for the challenge.

"I don't think there's... read more

Modern Family Season 3: Cam and Mitchell Face the Ups and Downs of Adoption

Eric Stonestreet, Jesse Tyler Ferguson

Modern Family's family is about to get bigger. At the end of Season 2, Cam (Eric Stonestreet) and Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) decided they wanted to adopt another child. And if you thought that was just a sentimental aside, you think wrong!

Executive producers Christopher Lloyd and Steve Levitan say the third season of ABC's Emmy-winning comedy will explore the lengths the couple will go to get another child. "If last season was about [the families] growing up, this season is about them growing," Lloyd tells TVGuide.com, revealing that Cam and Mitchell want a baby boy since they already have a girl in Lily.

Exclusive: It's Christmas time on Modern Family!

"We're doing... read more

Mega Buzz: House's Jail Stay, Ringer's Double Trouble and Finn's Tough Glee Choices

Hugh Laurie, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Cory Monteith

Every week, editors Adam Bryant and Natalie Abrams satisfy your need for TV scoop. Please send all questions to mega_scoop@tvguide.com.

What can you tell me about House's stay in the big house? — Tracie
ADAM:
As you might expect, the good doctor's particular brand of charm doesn't win him many friends on the inside. Odette Annable's prison doc... read more

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