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The Following Tops Midseason Watchlist Adds, Record Month for TVGuide.com

Kevin Bacon

The Following is the most popular midseason show, according to TVGuide.com users' Watchlist adds — and it definitely shows.

The Fox serial killer thriller, starring Kevin Bacon, was the most-added new midseason series on TVGuide.com's Watchlist and that excitement has been reflected in the show's ratings. The drama premiered last week to 10.4 million viewers and a 3.1 in ...
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Meet Spartacus' Young, Hairy and Fabricated Julius Caesar

Todd Lasance

Don't expect to see the short and severe Caesar haircut on Spartacus' version of Julius Caesar when you first meet him.

When the notorious Roman makes his debut on the Starz drama Friday at 9/8c, he appears much younger and shaggier than we've seen him depicted before. That's because producers decided to check in on him decades before he became the lover of Cleopatra and the elder statesman fated for assassination.

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VIDEO: Beyonce Silences the Critics with Live Performance at Super Bowl News Conference

Beyonce

It took Beyonce mere minutes to put an end to weeks of criticism surrounding her lip-synched performance at the Presidential Inauguration.

Appearing at a news conference in New Orleans to discuss her hotly anticipated halftime performance at Super Bowl XLVII, Beyonce addressed the elephant in the room by... read more

Glee's Jacob Artist on Stripping Down, Puck’s New Leaf and Fitness Tips From Chord Overstreet

Chord Overstreet, Heather Morris and Jacob Artist

So far this season, the hard exterior of Glee newbie Jake Puckerman (Jacob Artist) has thawed to reveal a sweet and surprisingly tender center. But the younger Puckerman will reveal even more when the boys of New Directions strip for a racy school calendar in Thursday's episode (9/8c on Fox), appropriately titled "Naked."

Artist, 20, is the first to admit he was nervous to show some skin on the Fox musical, but says his cast mates helped calm him down. "I think that we help each other out so much on those days where we have to... read more

Grey's Anatomy: Will the Plane Crash Survivors Save Seattle Grace?

Grey's Anatomy

Seattle Grace may have to close its doors — at least the ER, for now — unless the doctors of Grey's Anatomy can figure out how to keep the hospital alive. The obvious solution would be for the plane crash survivors, who were each awarded $15 million, to donate their money, but even that may not help. 

"It's going to take... read more

The Office: Will Roseanne Barr Help Andy Rise to Fame?

Roseanne Barr

Roseanne Barr will pay a visit to The Office before the show wraps this spring.

Barr, 60, will guest-star on the NBC comedy as a... read more

Exclusive Office Sneak Peek: Dwight Is Hiring Jim's Replacement! Is Dunder Mifflin Doomed?

Rainn Wilson

Every time Dwight (Rainn Wilson) has been assigned a big task at Dunder Mifflin on The Office, things haven't exactly gone smoothly (see: the time when everyone almost lost their health care in Season 1, the time when newly minted manager Dwight fired a gun in the office in Season 7).

Despite his past infractions, Dwight is put in charge of hiring a new junior salesman to replace... read more

Jamie Dornan's Sheriff Graham Returning to Once Upon a Time!

Jamie Dornan

It's the moment Once Upon a Time fans have been waiting for: Sheriff Graham is returning.

TVGuide.com has learned that Jamie Dornan will be reprising his role on the ABC fairy tale drama later this season, but... read more

Vegas Exclusive: Who's Playing Mia's Mother?

Melinda Clarke, Sarah Jones, Michael Chiklis

Vegas is betting big on family drama.

Winter Preview: Get scoop on your favorite returning shows

The freshman CBS drama has cast The O.C. and Nikita star Melinda Clarke to play the mother of Sarah Jones' Mia Rizzo, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. Clarke will play Lena, a charismatic, shrewd, strong woman who is attracted to even stronger men... read more

Law & Order: SVU's Raul Esparza: There's Nothing Nice About ADA Barba

Mariska Hargitay, Raúl Esparza

For actors, bad guys are always supposed to be the best parts. But after playing criminals on both Law & Order and Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Raul Esparza says he's having just as much fun  playing someone on the right side of the law on Law & Order: SVU — if not more.

"I don't think there's anything nice about [ADA Rafael] Barba. He's kind of an a--hole, but I love him," Esparza tells TVGude.com. "And that's OK. He's fundamentally a good person and gets the job done."

Since debuting in the third episode of the season, Esparza has become the SVU squad's new ... read more

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