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July 25, 2014

Patton Oswalt Leaving 'Beach Lane' Already?

Seems as though Patton Oswalt can't get a break anywhere these days. First, the comedian and actor ('The King of Queens,' 'Ratatouille,' 'Big Fan') had his bid for a Broadway debut shelved after a staged revival of Terrence McNally's 'Lips Together, Teeth Apart' fell apart. And now, just days after the news that he and Kristen Johnston ('3rd Rock From the Sun') were ushered on board the...

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Spike TV Likes 'Playing With Guns'

Perhaps taking a beat from other shows in its lineup -- such as 'Jail' and 'Real Vice Cops Uncut' -- MTV Networks' Spike TV has greenlighted a new scripted pilot called 'Playing With Guns.' The buddy cop comedy stars 'That '70s Show's' Danny Masterson and Joey Kern ('Super Troopers') as Kelly and Siff, two childhood buddies and slackers who become cops in their suburban hometown so they can...

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'Glee' Returns! Catch Up With Our 'Glee'-cap and Midseason Preview

Was it Sectionals or Regionals? Is Quinn still pregnant? What's up with Will and Emma? It's been a small eternity since the last new episode of 'Glee,' and let's face it: those four long months could turn even the most die-hard Gleek's memories of the Fox hit musical into convenience store slush. So for all those whose show choir recollections have turned a little hazy over this winter...

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Is Conan's New TBS Home a Good Fit?

The epic news that Conan O'Brien will host a late-night talk show on TBS was momentous in that it didn't place the ousted talk-show host at Fox, as widely speculated, and that the whole deal was cobbled together in a hush-hush effort in a little over a week. Equally as shocking, however, was Conan's decision to park his late-night desk over at a basic cable network. No doubt that this is a huge...

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And the Nomination for Best Supporting Cast Goes to ... 'Modern Family'

Perhaps not as to disrupt the 'Family' ties, Deadline.com is reporting that the cast ABC's hit comedy 'Modern Family' will maintain a level playing field and all six of its adult stars will enter their Emmy submissions in the supporting categories. It was a move precipitated by the 'Family' patriarch Ed O'Neill, according to the report. Despite possessing the sitcom's biggest name when the...

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'Treme' Reviews

Set three months after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, HBO's new series 'Treme' follows, quite simply, a loosely-connected network of New Orleans residents as they struggle to pick up their lives in the wake of the disaster. But given that this is the latest effort from David Simon -- the much-heralded creator of the seminal HBO series 'The Wire' -- this drama proves to be so much more...

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'Tosh.0' Renewed For Third Season

Web-slingers, rejoice: Comedy Central has ordered up another season of its Internet-centric series 'Tosh.0,' starring comedian Daniel Tosh. "I am beyond thrilled about Season Three of 'Tosh.0,'" said Tosh in the press release. "Comedy Central has been like a father to me; they pretend to support my comedy and I am pretty sure they have slept with my mom." The cable network announced that the...

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'Mad Men' Cast and Crew Belt Out Their Version of 'Bye Bye Birdie' (VIDEO)

Here's a fun, insidery 'Mad Men' clip to tide fans over between seasons: The cast and crew of the Emmy-winning drama belting out a fun, charming and somewhat tipsy version of 'Bye Bye Birdie' for series creator Matthew Weiner. As fans of the AMC original series know, Ann Margret's yearning, winning version of the song had a featured role during 'Men's run last season. Check out the clip for...

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'Modern Family' Plots its Emmy Strategy

It's a challenge faced by really strong ensemble casts everywhere: Determining who gets put into lead categories, and who gets put into supporting come Emmy-submission time. Certainly, it's a dilemma faced by ABC's 'Modern Family,' as the critically acclaimed freshman comedy boasts a clan's worth of award-worthy performers. According to the Hollywood Reporter, there are four different...

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AMC's 'Walking Dead' Nabs Lead

And the ranks of 'The Walking Dead' just keep on growing. AMC has announced that it has recruited Andrew Lincoln to fill the lead role in its new zombie drama series, adapted from the comic books by Robert Kirkman. Lincoln -- a British actor perhaps best known Stateside for his role as the lovelorn Mark in 2003's 'Love Actually,' or on the UK television series 'Teachers' -- will play Rick...

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