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Watercooler: 25 Reasons to Give Thanks for TV This Year

Melanie Amarro, The X Factor

On this eve of Thanksgiving, before you all go out and enjoy the biggest drinking night of the year, we'd like to go around the virtual table that is TVGuide.com and share what we're most grateful for this year. There have been so many blessings — the grungy glory of Sons of Anarchy, Rachel Bilson coming back to TV, Adam Levine's butt in jeans — that it's impossible for us to pick just one thing. So here's a list of some of our favorite TV gifts of 2011. Enjoy... and please, add your... read more

Mega Buzz: A Grey's Romance, an Emotional Bones and a Desperate Hookup

Chyler Leigh, David Boreanaz, Marcia Cross

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

Will Mark and Lexie ever get back together on Grey's Anatomy? -- Jeannie
NATALIE:
Just because Jackson and Lexie broke up doesn't mean that Lexie will go running back to Mark, particularly since he isn't single at the moment. Yes, Julia will still very much be in the picture when Grey's returns in January, though don't expect Lexie to throw any more softballs at her chest -- not literal softballs anyway.

Can you tell us anything about next week's Bones? I heard that David Boreanaz killed it! — montgomerysloan, via Twitter
ADAM:
How did you hear that? (Do tell.) I can confirm that Booth will... read more

Networks Ponder The Future of Broadcast Drama

Revenge

Having finally solved their comedy crisis, the networks may be about to face a drama drought. Network executives are cheering the launch of several promising new fall sitcoms, such as Fox's New Girl, CBS' 2 Broke Girls and ABC's Last Man Standing. "The story of the fall season is comedy," says Jerry Bruckheimer TV president Jonathan Littman. "Comedy is back, no question about it."
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Mega Buzz: A Grey's Reunion? Plus: New Hookups on CSI and Big Bang Theory

Eric Dane, Marg Helgenberger, Jim Parsons

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

Is there a chance that Lexie and Mark will reunite on Grey's Anatomy? —Jessica
NATALIE:
Mark still clearly cares about Lexie, which won't go unnoticed by Jackson's mother (Debbie Allen), who makes an appearance in this week Grey's. "Jackson is dealing with that in a mature way, being aware of it, but not being obsessed with it," Jesse Williams says. "Jackson is learning that he can't control everything." Still, "Mark is doing a fairly admirable job about staying in his place. He really cares a lot about Jackson as a student and a surgeon."

What's up for Catherine in her last season on CSI? — Meg
ADAM:
The show is cooking up lots of stories for her final season, most significantly a potential... read more

Roush Review: Breaking Bad's Explosive Finale

Bryan Cranston and Bob Odenkirk

Casa Tranquila, my eye! (Or, rather, Gus's eye.)
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Breaking Bad Postmortem: Giancarlo Esposito Reacts to Season 4's Explosive Finale

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[WARNING: The following story contains major spoilers about the Season 4 finale of Breaking Bad. Read at your own risk.]

As Gustavo Fring, Breaking Bad's Giancarlo Esposito has embodied one of the most memorable TV villains ever. And he knows it.

Breaking Bad finale: Who will survive the "Face Off"?

"I think I've created a character that will live on for a long time in people's nightmares," the 53-year-old actor tells TVGuide.com with a laugh.

First appearing as a meek owner of a chain of fried chicken restaurants, Gus quickly emerged as a calculating... read more

Breaking Bad Finale: Who Will Survive the "Face Off"?

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It's the moment Breaking Bad's unrelentingly tense fourth season has been building to ever since Gus wielded that bloody box cutter in the premiere.

Breaking Bad postmortem: Giancarlo Esposito reacts to the premiere's most gruesome scene

After being unable to blow Gus (Giancarlo Esposito) to bits in the season's penultimate episode, Walt (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse (Aaron Paul) now find themselves scrambling for a Plan B. And the stakes couldn't be higher.

"[Episode 12] is just a little taste of what is about to happen," Paul tells TVGuide.com. "Everybody is kind of scared for their lives."

Indeed, but Paul's character may be in the trickiest spot of all.... read more

Matt's Guide to Weekend TV: Friday Cult TV, The Making of South Park and Breaking Bad

Trey Parker, Matt Stone

FRIDAY

Friday night is cult night, which may be why Rachelle Lefevre, the original Victoria in the first two Twilight movies, is joining CBS' A Gifted Man (8/7c) as Dr. Kate Sykora, among the candidates Michael is interviewing to run the clinic. ... Elsewhere, Jensen Ackles directs an episode of the CW's Supernatural (9/8c) in which Sam follows a lead on a demonic case from his youth. Firefly's Jewel Staite appears as the ...
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Breaking Bad Sneak Peek: What's Walt's Next Move?

Bryan Cranston

So what's Plan B?

Fall Preview: Get scoop on your favorite returning shows

Walt (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse (Aaron Paul) need one after Gus (Giancarlo Esposito) foiled Walt's attempt to blow him to bits on last week's Breaking Bad (Sundays at 10/9c, AMC). But first, Walt has ...
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Ask Matt: The Good Wife's Move, Community, Sons of Anarchy and More!

Julianna Margulies

Question: In previous years I followed CBS shows Shark and The Unit to their new time on Sunday evenings that ended up to be their last season. Because of the preceding football game, one never knows when a certain program will start, with delays that can last as long as an hour. This, of course, prevents one from switching to another network for a later program. Since we still have a video tape recorder that automatically fast-forwards over commercials (most of them), I would end up taping those shows, with an extra margin of half an hour. I don't know whether a TiVo type recorder can even adjust to such delays. It appears that The Good Wife will follow the same pattern. Perhaps this time I will watch it online, or On Demand. But I have to wonder how much this new time slot will affect its viewership (in addition to the new direction and hair style). — Hanna

Matt Roush: This is a perennial problem for viewers in the time zones where football overruns impact the start of CBS' prime-time lineup. (Rule of thumb: If you're not watching live, set the ...
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