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20 Actors You Want Back on TV Immediately

25 November 2012 8:56 AM, PST

Yesterday, we brought you a list of 20 underrated actresses that tastemaking TVLine readers would like to see rewarded with juicy roles in fall 2013 pilots. Today, we’re revealing their male counterparts.

Your picks include a Lost hottie, a Pushing Daisies standout, and stars of dearly departed shows from every genre imaginable.

Related | Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on NCIS, Grey’s, Army Wives, Glee, Revenge, Shameless and More!

For the uninitiated, TVLine kicked off the “TV stars we miss” project with a list of our own 25 favorites; your hundreds of responses gave us enough material for not one, but two spinoff galleries. »


- Michael Slezak

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What to Watch Sunday: A Trip Downton, Treme Finale, Revenge Flashback, Liz & Dick and More

24 November 2012 10:00 PM, PST

On TV this Sunday: Downton Abbey offers up a proper review in advance of Season 3, Revenge does the time warp again, Family Guy puts a little Depp in its step and Treme tosses its final beads of the season. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.

Preview | Once Upon a Time‘s Emma Faces the ‘Impossible,’ Hook Dares Cora to [Spoiler] Him

8 pm Downton Abbey Revisited (PBS) | Angela Lansbury (Murder, She Wrote) hosts this 90-minute special featuring clips from the Brit series’ first two seasons, cast interviews, behind-the-scenes footage and »


- Kimberly Roots

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Performer of the Week: Jennifer Carpenter

24 November 2012 6:44 AM, PST

A new feature in which we spotlight the past week’s shining star

The Performer | Jennifer Carpenter

The Show | Dexter (Showtime)

The Episode | “Argentina”

The Airdate | November 18, 2012

The Performance | The dicey Deb-Dex (kinda-but-not-really) incest arc resurfaced last Sunday in a major way when Deb learned that her brother refused to kill hit-woman Hannah because he was sleeping with her. That brought out the green-eyed monster in Deb and one helluva balls-to-the-wall performance from her underrated portrayer. During Deb’s confrontation with Dex, Carpenter flawlessly expressed her character’s rage, shame and disgust. “I mean it’s one thing to be in love with your brother, »


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Revolution Midseason Finale Preview: A 'Crisis' for Miles, Monroe's Power Plays and More!

24 November 2012 6:00 AM, PST

Revolution‘s band of fighters have finally reached Philadelphia, but the City of Brotherly Love it ain’t. In fact, the survivors’ troubles are only beginning now that they’re in enemy territory.

Here, co-executive producer David Rambo previews Monday’s big midseason finale (NBC, 10/9c), which features an internal conflict for Miles, the reveal of Monroe’s plans and a possible mother/daughter reunion. The Ep also teases what’s in store for the second half of Season 1 (hint: it involves travel), which kicks off on March 25.

Photo | Exclusive First Look: Revolution‘s Fall Finale Poster Promises the Beginning »


- Vlada Gelman

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Will Fringe Make a Bald Move? Did a Gossip Girl Get Amnesia? Best New Comedy? And More Qs!

24 November 2012 5:43 AM, PST

We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Gossip Girl, The Voice, Bones and Hart of Dixie!

1 | How, how, how is General Hospital‘s Anna not choking on cigarillo breath from Faison every time she kisses “Duke”?

2 | So… bald Joshua Jackson by the Fringe series finale, yathink?

Related | Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on NCIS, Grey’s, Army Wives, Glee, Revenge, Shameless and More!

3 | While we applaud Saturday Night Live‘s integration of the three female newbies, did it have to come at »


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20 Actresses You Want Back on TV Right Now

24 November 2012 4:00 AM, PST

Last month, TVLine brainstormed a list of 20 TV stars we’re hoping will score big, juicy roles in fall 2013 pilots.

You responded with hundreds of suggestions of your own that were so intriguing, it gave us enough material for not one, but two spinoff galleries.

Related | Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on NCIS, Grey’s, Army Wives, Glee, Revenge, Shameless and More!

Today, we present a countdown of the 20 actresses whose return to the small screen is being championed by tastemaking TVLine readers. Tomorrow we’ll reveal their male counterparts.

Related | TVLine’s All-Star Pilot Season Wish List

So click through the »


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Dallas Icon Larry Hagman Dead at 81

23 November 2012 8:01 PM, PST

TV icon Larry Hagman, best known for playing the iconic J.R. Ewing on both the original Dallas on CBS and the current incarnation on TNT, passed away on Friday at Medical City Dallas hospital from cancer complications. He was 81.

Hagman — shortly after TNT’s update was announced in summer 2011 — revealed that he was being treated for “a very common and treatable form of cancer,” later specified as Stage II throat cancer. After enduring chemotherapy and radiation treatment, Hagman announced in mid-2012. “I beat that thing. I am in remission now. All good!”

Dallas is currently in production on its second season, »


- Matt Webb Mitovich

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Madeleine Stowe on Revenge's Rising Death Toll, the Initiative's Big Plan and Sinking the Amanda

23 November 2012 12:00 PM, PST

Revenge is rapidly approaching a handful of game-changing events, including a wedding gone wrong and a (deadly?) sinking ship — and Madeleine Stowe is dishing all about it!

Here, the ABC soap’s queen bee shares with TVLine some juicy hints about what the new year has in store for the Hamptons elite, the horrible occurrence that awakens “Victoria’s killer instinct” and more.

Related | Revenge Hot Shots: Baby Carl’s Christening Brings Out All the Hamptons Schemers

Wedded Bliss(Less) | When pressed about Jack and Amanda’s impending nautical nuptials, Stowe reveals only that, “There will be a wedding.” There »


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Downton Abbey Renewed for Season 4

23 November 2012 10:23 AM, PST

Three weeks after airing Downton Abbey‘s Season 3 finale in the UK — and six weeks ahead of that cycle’s Stateside premiere on PBS — ITV has picked up the acclaimed drama for Season 4.

Though no formal announcement has been made yet by PBS, the broadcaster is expected to air the fourth season here in the U.S.

Video | Downton Abbey Actresses Tease a ‘Much More Grown-Up’ Season 3

Touting the renewal, exec producer Gareth Neame said in a statement, “Viewers can look forward to more drama, comedy, love, hatred, jealousy, rivalry, ambition, despair and romance.” ITV exec Laura Mackie added, “We »


- Matt Webb Mitovich

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35 Holiday Gifts We'd Give Characters From Grey's, Glee, Bones, Walking Dead and More!

23 November 2012 6:14 AM, PST

Regardless of whether they’ve been naughty or nice, a bunch of our favorite TV characters have some well-deserved presents coming their way this holiday season.

So at TVLine, we’ve compiled a list of what we think some of our fictional friends should find under the tree. (What can we say? We’re givers.)

Related | What TVLine Is Thankful For: Fringe Closure, Revived Dexter, Parenthood Tears and More

Click through this slideshow, then hit the comments to tell us who we skipped and what you’d get ‘em!

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Glee Recap: It Takes Two to Make It Outta Sight

22 November 2012 7:15 PM, PST

“Dynamic Duets” isn’t going to make anyone’s list of the most memorable episodes in Glee history, but in the spirit of the holiday, let’s just be thankful that we had something other than procedural reruns and pro football to help keep us from fully succumbing to tryptophan comas.

And hey, we got Beiste without a side of Schue, another amusing (and self-deprecating) dig at “Night of Neglect,” and a self-sufficient Finn who’s not just sitting around moping over his on-again, off-again romance with his high-school sweetheart.

Related | Glee Exclusive: Chris Colfer Gifts Us With Scoop on Klaine’s Christmas Reunion

If, »


- Michael Slezak

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The X Factor Top 10 Results: Did the Right Acts Get Sent to the Chopping Block? [Updated]

22 November 2012 6:00 PM, PST

President Obama pardoned not one, but two turkeys. (Congrats, Cobbler and Gobbler!) Most major networks scheduled repeat programming so families and friends could gather around the Thanksgiving table (or plot Black Friday ops with military-style precision). But Simon Cowell, dastardly Brit, scheduled an X Factor results-show telecast.

Wait, what is this? A non-animated airing of How the Grinch Stole Thanksgiving? I mean, Wednesday’s performance show was stuffed to the point of bursting (sorry if that phrase made you reach for the Tums) with haunting and harrowing tales from the Season 2 Top 10′s past. (Read the recap here, if you missed it. »


- Michael Slezak

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Ratings: It's a Four-Year High, Charlie Brown!

22 November 2012 5:18 PM, PST

It was all good and no grief for the unsinkable Charlie Brown this Wednesday night, as ABC’s presentation of the blockhead’s annual Thanksgiving special drew its largest audience in four years — 8.1 million total viewers — while surging 22 percent in the demo versus 2011, hitting a 2.2.

As such, Chuck was Wednesday’s only gainer on the traditionally soft Thanksgiving Eve. The special also delivered its highest Kids 2-11 number in nearly five years.

Related | What to Watch: Your Guide to 30 Must-See Thanksgiving Marathons and Specials

Taking the steepest plunges were The X Factor (7.2 mil/2.2) and Law & Order: Svu (5.2 mil/1.3), both of »


- Matt Webb Mitovich

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TVLine Mixtape: Your Favorite Songs from Grey's Anatomy, Good Wife, Vampire Diaries and More

22 November 2012 10:45 AM, PST

When the turkey’s been tasted, the football tossed and the Black Friday sales conquered, you’re going to want a sweet respite from the Thanksgiving nuttiness.

So here it is, complete with its own soundtrack. (You didn’t think we’d leave you hanging on a holiday weekend, did ya?)

Consider this TVLine Mixtape your own personal feast of great songs from recent TV episodes, complete with artist and album information in case you want to add them to your permanent collection. As always, spoilers abound, and we chose songs we liked – but we definitely want to hear your thoughts and suggestions. »


- Kimberly Roots

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TVLine's Readers Give Thanks for Castle, Nikita, Once's Sexy Hook, Glee Growth and Much More!

22 November 2012 6:00 AM, PST

TVLine asked our faithful readers to chime in about what you’re thankful for this TV season, and one thing was clear: You’re very grateful for a certain long-awaited hook-up. But that’s not all that made your lists!

Related | What the TVLine Staff Is Thankful For This TV Season: Fringe Closure, Revived Dexter, Parenthood Tears and More!

From beloved shows that got a much-deserved reprieve to a bro-tastic couple to the gut-punch of an impeccable Sunday lineup, we’ve compiled your thanks into a slideshow, complete with your praiseful prose. Take a look below to see what made »

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The X Factor Recap: Thanksgiving Up the Ghost

21 November 2012 7:43 PM, PST

Dear Santa,

I’ve tried to be a good boy this year — and not just because I want a new pony. The problem is, my job requires me to watch The X Factor for a living, and it’s turning me into a monster.

No, seriously, the cynical, horrible questions that went through my mind during Top 10 performance night left me feeling like I’d booked a one-way ticket to Hell; now it’s just a matter of whether I’m going express or local.

What kinds of questions am I contemplating, you ask? Oh, I dunno: As Diamond White »


- Michael Slezak

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Once Upon a Time Videos: Emma Faces the 'Impossible,' Hook Dares Cora to [Spoiler] Him

21 November 2012 4:10 PM, PST

When ABC’s Once Upon a Time resumes its sophomore run this Sunday at 8/7c, Emma and Snow wonder if Aurora’s nightmare is in fact a dream come true, while Cora procures an interesting bartering chip in her quest for the enchanted compass — and we’ve got a trio of video sneak peeks.

Related | What TVLine Is Thankful For: Once Upon a Time‘s Visual Magic and More

In the first clip below, Aurora tells all — or at least the little she knows — about meeting Emma’s son Henry in the red, flame-filled room that hosts her post-sleeping spell nightmares. »


- Matt Webb Mitovich

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Glee Hot Shots: Quinn Once Again Rules the School, Sizes Up Hissy Kitty

21 November 2012 3:20 PM, PST

Glee‘s Thanksgiving episode — airing next Thursday on Fox — features New Directions’ original members coming back to the homestead as mentors. And one returnee, Dianna Agron’s Quinn, just may make it her mission to get through to bitchy Cheerio Kitty.

Related | Glee Exclusive: Chris Colfer Gifts Us With Scoop on Klaine’s Christmas Reunion

When she’s not busy performing with her friends — dare we hope that one photo is a “Say a Little Prayer” reprise from Season 1?! –  the reformed cheerleader will attempt to impart some advice onto her mini-me.

Photo | Exclusive Glee First Look: Quinn Comes ‘Home’

Meanwhile, »


- Vlada Gelman

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Breaking: Chevy Chase Leaving Community

21 November 2012 2:24 PM, PST

Community and Chevy Chase are officially parting ways.

TVLine has confirmed that Chase and producers have come to a mutual agreement that finds the comedy vet departing the cult NBC series effective immediately.

Our sister site Deadline first reported the news.

Chase’s sudden ouster means that he will not appear in one or two of Community‘s final Season 4 episodes, which have yet to be shot.

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- Megan Masters

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What to Watch: Your Guide to 30 Must-See Thanksgiving Marathons and Specials

21 November 2012 12:47 PM, PST

Thanksgiving week TV is like the best kind of holiday turkey: stuffed to overflowing. To help you navigate the dial, TVLine has singled out 30 marathons and specials that should be on your radar. From good ol’ USA Network’s time-honored series to a couple new syndie entries (welcome, Fringe and Castle!) to a brand-new SpongeBob special, here’s plenty to keep your TV remote busy this holiday.

Thursday, Nov. 22

Midnight — 5:30 am (Saturday) James Bond Marathon (Syfy) | Still on a high from Skyfall? Catch some classic Bond, starting with For Your Eyes Only and concluding with Thunderball.

6 am – 5 pm Dark Shadows »


- Vlada Gelman

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