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Arrow is getting even hunkier with Ben Browder set to play Ted Gaynor, who was part of the Blackhawk Squadron.

Lifetime's sequel to its breast cancer anthology movie Five just added Jennifer Hudson and Sarah Hyland to the cast.

Did you knew there's a newsletter for the City of Pawnee? I need to figure out a recipe for that pumpkin pie contest.

The Sundance Channel announced that it's developing five scripted series including a drama co-written by Dan Futterman about a transgender man adjusting to his new identity.

USA has ordered a seventh season of Burn Notice. This season will consist of 13 episodes, letting it pass the 100 episodes landmark. That will make Burn Notice only the third show in the network's history to reach 100 episodes.

It's starting to look like fall TV's big storytelling trend is amputation. So far, »

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