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Mega Buzz: House of Cards' New Season, a Blacklist Affair and Vampire HatredEvery week, senior reporter Natalie Abrams satisfies your need for TV scoop. Please send all questions to email@example.com or tweet them to @NatalieAbrams. Can you tell me anything about the new season of House of Cards? — Kathy Zoe and now-Vice President Frank Underwood are still on the outs, but he has a new ally. Jackie Sharp (Molly Parker), a third-term Democratic congresswoman, will fall into line for Frank's army, but not without some degree of resistance. "I don (more…)
Exclusive: Army Wives' Jeremy Davidson Heads to ElementaryJeremy Davidson has landed a guest-starring role on Elementary, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. The Army Wives alum will play…
Lifetime Cancels Army Wives After Seven SeasonsLifetime has canceled Army Wives after seven seasons, the network announced Tuesday. Because the series was not renewed for an eighth season, Lifetime has decided to put together a two-hour retrospective special with castmembers that will honor the series. The special will air…
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