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Ray, Lagasse, Flay to Launch the Cooking Channel, a Food Network Spin-Off

Rachael Ray

Rachael Ray, Emeril Lagasse and Bobby Flay are joining the Cooking Channel, a spin-off of the Food Network scheduled to debut this spring.

The three Food Network stars have developed new shows that will serve as the centerpieces of the new network, parent company Scripps Networks announced Tuesday. Read on to see more about the new shows....

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Castle Exclusive: Guess Who's Coming Back Into Castle's Life

Monet Mazur and Nathan Fillion, Castle

Beckett's new love interest on Castle isn't the only obstacle to a Castle-Beckett pairing.

Monet Mazur will return as Gina Cowell, Castle's ex-wife and book editor, in the Season 2 finale, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

Castle's Stana Katic: Beckett's ready to tango with new love interest

Cowell, who last appeared in the show's pilot, turns up because Castle (Nathan Fillion) has fallen behind on his latest book. Gina hopes to get Castle back on track — in more ways than one... read more

Mega Buzz: Scoop on Fringe, CSI: NY, Lost and Glee!

Fringe, CSI: NY, Lost

Every week, senior editors Mickey O'Connor and Adam Bryant answer your burning questions. Want some TV scoop? Please send all questions to mega_scoop@tvguide.com.

Any tidbits on the Fringe finale? — Todd
MICKEY: Olivia and Walter make their way "over there" for the two part-finale (May 13 and 20, 9/8c, Fox), in which Walter finally comes face to face with his former partner, Dr. William Bell (guest star Leonard Nimoy). Unfortunately, traveling to another universe has its consequences, and in this case those include someone dying. And if my mole is correct about the identity of the soon-to-be deceased, fans of the show will be apoplectic.

Will Hawkes ever have a love interest on CSI: NY? — Clarisse
ADAM: No one wants that more than Hill Harper. "Hawkes definitely needs some lovin'. Folks have been tweeting to me, saying... read more

How Do You Want Lost to End?

Lost

With only four episodes to go until the two-hour series finale of Lost, we want to know: In a fantasy world where you're in charge of ABC's head-trip drama, how would you write the end of the series?

Who would live? Who would die? Who would fall in love? Who would stay on the island? Who would leave? And where would they go? How would you explain the island? The post-815 alternate timeline? Try to answer these questions — and any others you might have — in your responses. Be as specific as possible.

"It's purgatory, they're all dead already" won't cut it.

We already know how insightful our readers are about Lost from the comments section of our episode recaps. This is your chance to shine.

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The Story Behind Ugly Betty's Series Finale

Ugly Betty

In the end, Betty chose ... nobody. Instead, she moved to London for a great new job opportunity, where she not so coincidentally ran into Daniel, who had recently relinquished the editorship of Mode to Wilhelmina. Betty and Daniel agreed to have dinner together, but... is it a date?

Though that distinction is left intentionally ambiguous, elsewhere in the world of Ugly Betty, there was plenty of closure. Marc made his feelings known to Troy. On Marc's urging, Willy decided that true love trumped schemes and called a truce with Claire. Amanda found her birth father. Ignacio learned to let his daughters live their lives, which included Hilda, Justin and Bobby moving out of the family house in Queens and over the bridge into Manhattan.

Read our recap of "Hello Goodbye," Ugly Betty's series finale episode

TVGuide.com chatted with series creator and executive producer Silvio Horta about the choices he made in the series-finale episode. How did cancellation change his five-season game plan? Does he think Betty and Daniel will date? Read on to find out...

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Mega Buzz: Scoop on Chuck, CSI, Housewives and More!

Zachary Levi, Drea de Matteo and William Petersen

Every week, senior editors Mickey O'Connor and Adam Bryant answer your burning questions. Want some TV scoop? Please send all questions to mega_scoop@tvguide.com.

Will Sarah and Chuck ever become a real couple on Chuck? — Paloma
MICKEY: Funny you should put it that way. An upcoming episode asks the same question when S&C pretend to be married for a mission — and end up exchanging some real vows. It's an interesting, slightly distorted echo of that poignant scene earlier in the season when the pair talked about running away together.

Any scoop about Grissom making a guest appearance on CSI? — Chelsey
ADAM: Executive producer Carol Mendelsohn assures us that she broaches the subject every time she sees William Petersen. But... read more

Mega Buzz: Scoop on CSI: NY, Glee, Brothers & Sisters and More!

CSI: NY, Glee, Brothers & Sisters

Every week, senior editors Mickey O'Connor and Adam Bryant answer your burning questions. Want some TV scoop? Please send all questions to mega_scoop@tvguide.com.

What's coming up for Danny and Lindsay for the end of this season of CSI: NY? — Christina
ADAM: I know what executive producer Pam Veasey told me: "The season finale will involve a big, big event for Danny and Lindsay. I'll just leave it at that." Hmm, well, since Shane Casey is most likely involved, should fans of the couple be worried about them? "Yes," Veasey says. "It's something that will make them go, 'Oh my goodness!' That will be their response."

Express yourself about the Madonna episode of Glee. — Shamus
MICKEY: Would you believe it's about, like, virgins? At least three main characters will... read more

Southland Creator on Finale: "Every Character Is Faced with a Huge Crisis"

Southland

Southland's Season 2 finale doesn't feel much like a finale — because it wasn't intended to be.

The episode (Tuesday at 10/9c on TNT) was originally the sixth of a 13-episode second season ordered by NBC before the network canceled the show before its fall 2009 premiere. As such, the "finale" is missing some of the cliff-hanger trappings that TV viewers have come to expect.

Read Ben McKenzie's celebrity blogs about Southland

"We had no choice," creator and executive producer Ann Biderman tells TVGuide.com about ending the season with this episode. "But there's something kind of great about it. We go out with a bang. We go out with everyone's lives being tested and challenged. I do feel it worked out all right — there's really a lot of drama here."

Indeed, the emotional stakes have never been higher. Officers John Cooper (Michael Cudlitz), Ben Sherman (Ben McKenzie) and Chickie Brown (Arija Bareikis) all ride together in search of a rapist who's impersonating a cop. For Ben, the case is personal... read more

CSI: NY Exclusive: Peyton Is Back! Who Will Mac Choose?

Claire Forlani and Gary Sinise, CSI: NY

CSI: NY's Mac Taylor (Gary Sinise) will have some difficult decisions to make when former flame Peyton Driscoll (Claire Forlani) returns to the Big Apple, executive producer Pam Veasey tells TVGuide.com exclusively.

CSI: NY: Madchen Amick to heat up Mac's love life

As we first teased, Peyton's return comes just as Mac gets cozy in his relationship with Dr. Aubrey Hunter (Madchen Amick). So will Mac stick it out with Aubrey or be tempted by his passionate past with Peyton?

"It's actually like he doesn't have to make the choice; it may be that these two women are trying to make the choice for him," Veasey says. "It's a great place for a character to be in: There's an old love who could return or a new relationship and new possibilities. These are two very smart, talented, attractive women that are in his life."

Peyton will return in a Rear Window-esque episode titled "Point of View" when one of her colleagues from Chelsea University becomes a suspect in a case. Veasey says Peyton does become aware of the other woman in Mac's life... read more

Mega Buzz: Scoop on CSI: Miami, Housewives, Bones and More!

CSI: Miami, Desperate Housewives, Bones

Every week, senior editors Mickey O'Connor and Adam Bryant answer your burning questions. Want some TV scoop? Please send all questions to mega_scoop@tvguide.com.

Do you guys have some Calleigh/Eric CSI: Miami spoilers? — Janice
ADAM: Remember how we told you that Calleigh and Eric would make a decision about their future once and for all before the season ends? Standing in the way of them choosing eternal bliss is Calleigh's Season 6 love interest, Jake Berkeley (Johnny Whitworth), who will reappear later this season. More intriguing, Berkeley will be connected to Horatio's big betrayal, which Delko uncovers. "It's explosive emotionally and it's explosive literally," co-executive producer Barry O'Brien tells us. "It's very dramatic and it's something you've never seen before on CSI: Miami."

When will Angie's terrible storyline end on Desperate Housewives? — Teresa
MICKEY: Angie will be around through the season finale. The same can't be said for Bree, who'll be... read more

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