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True Detective is adding a few more faces to Season 2.
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Did Jon and Jaclyn throw the immunity challenge on Wednesday's episode of Survivor just so they could vote out Dale Wentworth, one week after they masterminded the elimination of his daughter, Kelley? That's Dale's theory.
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Queen Latifah will host the Hollywood Film Awards, which will be broadcast live on CBS on Nov. 14, and the guest list is pretty stacked.
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There's one ground rule for starring on The McCarthys: no bad Boston accents."If you don't have it, don't do it," Jimmy Dunn tells TVGuide.com."No one is faking a Boston accent," Beantown native Joey McIntyre adds.Fall TV Popularity Contest: Which new shows won you over? Vote now!The CBS sitcom (premiering Thursday at 9:30/8:30c) follows the ...
A to Z isn't perfect, but like any new relationship, it can turn into something long-lasting and amazing. The NBC rom-com — starring Ben Feldman and Cristin Milioti as opposite-attracts couple Andrew and Zelda, who may or may not break up after eight months, narrator Katey Sagal teases — deserves more love (and eyeballs) than it's currently getting. Here are five reasons why you should commit now. Fall TV Popularity Contest: Which new shows won you over? Vote now!
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Is there a traitor in our midst? That's the big question facing the squad when Brooklyn Nine-Nine returns.
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