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USA’s Sirens Finds the Comedy in Life and Death

Michael Mosley, Kevin Daniels, Kevin Bigley

EMTs, aka emergency medical technicians, deal with life or death situations on an almost daily basis. However, between administering life-saving CPR and trying to shock someone's heart back to life, they see some pretty some weird (read: hilarious) stuff.

"When we're talking to EMTs about the show ... I say it's a comedy and they say, 'Thank God,' and they tell me 10 funny things that happened to them on the job," Sirens executive producer Bob Fisher tells TVGuide.com. "A little bit of it is as a coping mechanism ... but, the body can be a funny thing, and so when you're dealing with these EMT calls, you're dealing with the heart of what is funny."

TV characters that need to die

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The Office Scoop: David Denman to Return in Season 9

David Denman

David Denman will be returning to The Office in the upcoming ninth season, TVLine.com reports.

Denman will... read more

New Girl Exclusive: Meet Cece’s New Boyfriend!

Hannah Simone, Nelson Franklin

Schmidt (Max Greenfield) is going to have some serious competition when New Girl returns this fall.

Traffic Light alum Nelson Franklin has been cast as Cece's new boyfriend... read more

Ratings: America’s Got Talent Gets Its Strongest Debut; NBA Finals Score Well Too

Piers Morgan, Sharon Osbourne, Howie Mandel

Showing that America loves aspiring amateurs even in summer, America's Got Talent Season 6 premiere got an average of 14.97 million people tuning in — its most-watched debut ever.

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Watercooler: Hurry Up, Summer TV!

Jimmy Kimmel

Welcome to that time in warm-weather TV when there's not much new and even less scripted. Call it the Late-Spring Reality Twilight Zone. And call us when it's over.

Last night, the pickings were majorly meager, for sure, as ABC served up a prime time NBA game-day episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, while NBC gave us a double-shot of competition with the launch of America's Got Talent and the last battle round on The Voice...
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Watercooler: Let's Hear It for Happy Endings

Happy Endings

More people need to be watching Happy Endings. Period.

A grower more than shower, Happy originally failed to wow the masses when it debuted amid a schedule already crowded with Friends-like ensembles (Perfect Couples, Mad Love, Traffic Light) that all felt the same. But as the weeks have passed, so too has the feeling that we're watching a cookie-cutter comedy. The dialogue is snappy and hip ("shut your whore mouth" is a keeper), the cast is charming, and, for a certain demographic, the characters are the kind you look forward to spending time with... read more

Fringe Promotes Seth Gabel to Series Regular

Seth Gabel, Fringe

Amidst the bloodbath of cancellations at Fox, there's good news for one series: Seth Gabel has been promoted to series regular on Fringe going into its fourth season, TVGuide.com has confirmed.

Fox cancels Human Target, Lie to Me and Chicago Code

The 29-year-old actor has recurred as Fringe Division boss Lincoln "Linc" Lee from the other universe since... read more

Ratings: The Voice Falters But Still Posts Solid Numbers

Vicci Martinez, Carson Daly, Nikki Dawson

The Voice faltered somewhat but still posted solid numbers in prime time's final hour, pulling in 10.29 million viewers and more 18-to-49-year-olds than its two competitors combined.

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Ratings: The Voice Hits a Higher Note

Blake Shelton, Tyler Robinson

The Voice not only held its high ratings note; it went up. The two-hour program averaged 12.38 million viewers and gave NBC its highest ratings in the time slot in nearly six years.

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Ratings: Body of Proof Loses 20 Percent of Its Audience

Body Of Proof

Body of Proof  lost more than 20 percent of its premiere audience in its second week; 11.07 million watched the third episode Tuesday. (Sunday's special episode attracted 8.44 million post-Desperate Housewives viewers.)

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Premiered: February 08, 2011, on FOX
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Premise: A trio of buddies from college deal with three different relationship scenarios.

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