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2012's Best Episodes: Glee's New Beginnings and Vampire Diaries' New Undead

Nina Dobrev

Deaths! Interrogations! Plane crashes! Breakups! Weddings! Catfights! Sex dreams! TV had it all this year. From Desperate Housewives' fitting farewell to Fringe's powerful flash-forward, 2012 served up some remarkable hours of television, and we've assembled the top 25 episodes. Which ones made the cut? Tune in all week to see the full list.

Here are Episodes 10-6. (Catch up with Episodes 25-21, Episodes 20-16 and Episodes 15-11.)
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2012's Best Episodes: Chuck's Memorable Finale and New Girl's Awesome New Game

Yvonne Strahovski and Zachary Levi

Deaths! Interrogations! Plane crashes! Breakups! Weddings! Catfights! Sex dreams! TV had it all this year. From Desperate Housewives' fitting farewell to Fringe's powerful flash-forward, 2012 served up some remarkable hours of television, and we've assembled the top 25 episodes. Which ones made the cut? Tune in all week to see the full list.

Here are Episodes 15-11. (Catch up with Episodes 25-21 and Episodes 20-16.)
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2012's Best Episodes: Fringe Goes Back to the Future and Once Gets Magical

Fringe

Deaths! Interrogations! Plane crashes! Breakups! Weddings! Catfights! Sex dreams! TV had it all this year. From Desperate Housewives' fitting farewell to Fringe's powerful flash-forward, 2012 served up some remarkable hours of television, and we've assembled the top 25 episodes. Which ones made the cut? Tune in all week to see the full list.

Here are Episodes 20-16. (Catch up with Episodes 25-21.)
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2012's Best Episodes: Grey's Deadly Crash and SVU's End of the Affair

Chyler Leigh and Eric Dane

Deaths! Interrogations! Plane crashes! Breakups! Weddings! Catfights! Sex dreams! TV had it all this year. From Desperate Housewives' fitting farewell to Fringe's powerful flash-forward, 2012 served up some remarkable hours of television, and we've assembled the top 25 episodes. Which ones made the cut? Tune in all week to see the full list.

What were the best TV shows of 2012?

Here are the first five in our countdown... read more

Ask Matt: The Middle, Big Bang Theory, Burn Notice, Fringe, and More

Joshua Jackson

Send questions and comments to askmatt@tvguidemagazine.com and follow me on Twitter!

Question: I appreciate how you are one of the few critics who recognizes how good a family sitcom The Middle is. I'm not American, but I can so relate to the Heck family, and they really hit it right out of the park with the family dynamics. Frankie and Mike's 20th anniversary was another terrific episode, and I want to give kudos to Atticus Shaffer's performance when Brick told Axl why books are so important. Strong words that captured a lot from the joys of reading to getting to know the struggles of a kid who's socially inept. I'm happy this show lasted this long and will reach 100 episodes by next season. Now that the show has enough episodes for syndication, do you think The Middle has a chance to grow even more in the ratings? The current ratings are fine and actually lives to up its title, as it's right smack in the middle of the ratings race, not a blockbuster but a self-starter that does solid numbers. But the show is just so good, so I really hope more people will discover it eventually. — Jecoup

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TV's Soon-to-Be-Departed Series: Are Their Swan Songs Hitting the Right Notes or Falling Flat?

Tina Fey, Joshua jackson, Blake Lively

Dearly (soon-to-be) departed. We are gathered here today to reflect upon five TV series that will soon be leaving our DVRs for good and heading to rerun heaven. Sure, the Grim Reaper has yet to lay claim to so many coulda-woulda-shoulda hits that will get the axe right before the new fall schedules are announced next May, but we at TVGuide.com wanted to take a closer look at those long-running shows with final seasons in full swing to see if they're living up to fans' expectations or if their swan songs are falling flat... read more

Arrow Scoop: Oliver May Find Love With Someone Other Than Laurel

Stephen Amell and Jessica De Gouw

Arrow's endgame may involve Oliver ending up with Laurel, but that doesn't mean he can't find a little loving before then.

In fact, Oliver (Stephen Amell) may find what he's looking for in Helena Bertinelli (Jessica De Gouw), the daughter of a mob boss (Jeffrey Nordling) who seeks to avenge her family's murder. But sparring with The Huntress is on the lower end of Oliver's list of priorities, which includes dealing withVertigo (Fringe's Seth Gabel), who was rumored to be Season 1's big bad.

Losties? Trekkies? Which TV show has the best fans? Vote now!

However, executive producer Andrew Kreisberg insists that someone else is actually the big villain of Season 1. Could that have anything to with the fact that the identity of John Barrowman's character will be revealed in Wednesday's episode (8/7c, CW)? Check out what Kreisberg has to say below: read more

Ask Matt: Parenthood, Good Wife, Fox Dramas, Last Resort and Other Cancellations

Monica Potter

Send questions and comments to askmatt@tvguidemagazine.com and follow me on Twitter!

Question: How do you feel about the subject matter on Parenthood this season? Some of my favorite moments on the show have always been the lighthearted sibling moments with the jokes and teasing. Those moments are all but gone as the Kristina storyline has taken precedence this year. From the Twitter and Facebook comments I've read, it is really ringing realistically to many viewers. The show is handling it with grace, but it's so very heavy that it seems like a departure for a show that has always had a good dose of comedy in each episode. I doubt that they're gaining viewers this year. My fear is that for a show that has always seemed to get renewed by the skin of its teeth, this feels like the end. Do you have any insight as to ratings or where it stands with NBC? — Jennifer

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Ask Matt: ABC Cancellations, Homeland, Anarchy, Good Wife, Midwife, and More

Timothee Chalamet, Morgan Saylor

Send questions and comments to askmatt@tvguidemagazine.com and follow me on Twitter!

Question: Fellow Hoosier here. Love your column. I don't have a question really, but wanted to express my displeasure in the fact that ABC has canceled Last Resort and 666 Park Avenue. I was excited about both of these shows not only for the story lines but for the cast. I'm becoming rather weary of investing time in a show only to have it canceled. Any hope either series will be picked up by another network? OK, so maybe I had a question after all. — Bonnie

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Science Channel Heads to the Fringe

Joshua Jackson, John Noble, Anna Torv

Set your DVRs, Cortexifans! Starting Tuesday, Nov. 20 at 8/7c, Science Channel will begin airing repeats of Fringe from the very beginning, starting with 2008's bangin' two-hour pilot that introduced us to Peter, Liv and Walter, followed by the second episode. read more

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Premiered: September 09, 2008, on FOX
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Premise: A drama with sci-fi elements following the FBI probe of mysterious deaths aboard an airplane that landed at Boston's Logan Airport. But the deaths aboard Flight 627 are only the beginning of the story. Executive producers include J.J. Abrams ('Lost') and his 'Mission: Impossible III' co-screenwriters, Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman.

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