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Here's who we think should and will win at Sunday's Emmy Awards (Sept. 20, 8/7c, CBS) — plus, a few dark horses to keep things interesting.
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Best Comedy Series
WHO SHOULD WIN: 30 Rock With the most talented comedic ensemble (not to mention those guest stars), better writing ...
American Idol, Grey Gardens and the canceled Pushing Daisies won three awards each at Saturday night's Creative Arts Emmys, which also included acting wins for Tina Fey, Michael J. Fox and Justin Timberlake.
Host Kathy Griffin joked before the show that she planned to offend nearly everyone, including her competition in the two categories in which she was nominated.
"I'm going to offend...
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Desperate Housewives scoop, please! — Jennifer
MICKEY: Remember how cute it was when Tom said he wanted to go back to college to study Mandarin and international marketing? Well, Lynette doesn't think it's so cute when she catches him cheating.
So sad that T.R. Knight is leaving Grey's Anatomy. What can you tell me about the premiere? — Lisa
ADAM: While pretty much everyone at Seattle Grace is shaken by George's death (and in many cases they're very shaken; keep your Kleenex handy), Derek...
It's finally here, folks: the premiere of the new Melrose Place! The rebooted Melrose follows a familiar formula: A dashing array of twentysomethings pursue life and love in Los Angeles, where they all live in the same apartment complex. But there is much that is new as well, including a multiepisode murder storyline in which many of the Place's residents are suspects. Here's a quick primer before you watch the premiere (Tuesday, 9/8c, CW):
The new 90210 has seen a lot of changes since original show-runners Jeff Judah and Gabe Sachs handed off the reins to Rebecca Rand Kirshner last spring. The show is brighter, sunnier, all around more Californian. The storylines have amped up the teen drama (street racing, a sex tape and one heck of a hit-and-run accident in the season finale), and there are a few new faces as well.
90210 Exclusive: Meet Ethan's replacement
Series regular Dustin Milligan, who played Ethan, has left the show, and in his place newcomer Trevor Donovan has arrived. You might recognize Donovan from...
Laura Dern and screenwriter Mike White are teaming up to create a comedy pilot for HBO.
The project, tentatively titled Enlightened, will star Dern as a self-destructive woman whose spiritual awakening leads her to try to lead an enlightened life, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Dern (Jurassic Park) recently won a Golden Globe for her role in the HBO film Recount.
Production is scheduled to begin in December.
Rick Fox has been added to the cast of Melrose Place, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Fox will play the owner of a restaurant at which both Auggie (Colin Egglesfield) and Violet (Ashlee Simpson-Wentz) work. The casting was first reported by the Hollywood Reporter. The former Los Angeles Laker-turned-actor has previously appeared on One Tree Hill, Ugly Betty (with ex-wife Vanessa Williams) and The Game.
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Fox will recur in the role throughout the first season.
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What's going on with Cuddy, Wilson, Foreman, Cameron and Chase while House is in the mental institution? — RBlythe
MICKEY: First off, have you seen this Season 6 preview? Because I just noticed something awesome: Dr. House is kissing the brilliant Franka Potente (Run Lola Run, the Bourne films), and she's wearing a lab coat. Hmm... Until we get to that, though, only Wilson and House will appear in the season premiere, which takes place at the Mayfield Psychiatric Hospital. After that, look for Foreman to take the lead back at Princeton-Plainsboro, which will cause a rift in his relationship with Thirteen. What do you people have against the lovely Olivia Wilde anyway?
Do you know if Amita accepts Charlie's proposal on Numbers? — Marie
ADAM: Amita's decision will defintely be revealed in the season premiere, and I'm hearing that ...
Amalia Zinser has been cast as Ivy, a surfer chick who will tempt 90210's guys, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Tomboy Ivy is just one of West Bev's guys, and as such she'll flirt with both Dixon and Liam (which doesn't bode well for Silver and Naomi) at the beach. "She's the quintessential California girl — easy-going, athletic and...