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April 25, 2014

Michelle Trachtenberg on Mercy, Gossip Girl and True Blood

You may know Michelle Trachtenberg as 'Gossip Girl''s (the CW, Mon., 9PM) resident bad girl, Georgina. But this season Trachtenberg hopes you'll also get to know her as brand-new nurse Chloe on the freshman hospital drama 'Mercy' (NBC, Weds., 8PM). The busy ingenue found time to dish with AOL TV about how Georgina's like the devil, how Trachtenberg got into the head of good girl Chloe -- and...

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Emmys 2009 Nomination News on AOL TV

TV fans, it's your big day! OK, maybe you don't take it as personally as we do (it is our job, after all). At the very least, today's a good day for some of your favorite TV stars -- and by now, they know who they are (we're sure many a celeb was happy to be roused out of warm beds in the wee hours of the West Coast morning by excited calls from family, friends or publicists). If you don't know,...

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Reactions to Michael Jackson TV Coverage

TV has been wall-to-wall Michael Jackson since his untimely death on Thursday. We asked the writers at our sister site, TV Squad, their impressions of the TV coverage on Thursday night, after we all learned of Jackson's passing. Read on to learn what some of them said. "There aren't many people who can make the death of Farrah Fawcett (or Ed McMahon, for that matter) seem like minor news, but...

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Catherine Bell Q&A for 'Army Wives'

Catherine Bell's no stranger to TV stardom -- she was fan favorite Lt. Col. Sarah MacKenzie on the long-running hit show 'JAG.' Now she's part of the ensemble cast on another hit series, 'Army Wives' (Lifetime, Sun., 10PM), as Denise Sherwood, who's experiencing something of a midlife crisis. In just the first two episodes of the new season, Denise loses her job, her lover and the support of her...

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Kyra Sedgwick Interview for 'The Closer'

Kyra Sedgwick was once best known for playing Julia Roberts' sister in 'Let's Give Them Something to Talk About.' But that was before Sedgwick found 'The Closer' (new season starts Mon., June 8, 9PM), the hit TNT crime drama in which she stars as Brenda Leigh Johnson, an Atlanta transplant heading up a special crimes task force in L.A. Think Columbo, with a much nicer trench coat and a desk drawer...

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5 Questions With: Callie Thorne

"I was very, very nervous that I was not going to be able to do that, and that I was going to get fired" You may know Callie Thorne as "Crazy Sheila" Keefe from 'Rescue Me.' Most fans do -- and when they call her that on the street, she answers. For five years now, Thorne has been the unstable, bittersweet comic heart of the riotous and raw Denis Leary series that follows a crew of NYC firemen and...

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Emily Deschanel Interview

"... when you are working with somebody for four years, it's kind of uncomfortable to have to kiss them and be in bed with them." In the hit procedural 'Bones' (Fox, Thurs., 8 PM), Emily Deschanel stars as forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperence Brennan, who's more comfortable with decaying bodies than she is with most living, breathing people. Deschanel is not Bones, though she did have a Brennan...

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Lorraine Bracco Interview for 'The Sopranos'

"I laugh, I cry ... I always got a huge amount of enjoyment out of it ... " Lorraine Bracco's enjoyed a long and fruitful film career ('Goodfellas,' 'The Basketball Diaries'), but you may know her best from HBO's groundbreaking mafia series, 'The Sopranos.' She was Dr. Jennifer Melfi, the psychiatrist unlucky enough to get panic-attack-ridden mob don Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini) as a patient....

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5 Questions With: Amy Sedaris

Eccentric comedian Amy Sedaris is many things: lover of rabbits, baker of cupcakes, sister to comic memoirist extraordinaire David. The offbeat Sedaris kicked off our AOL TV chat by asking our shoe size (unfortunately we don't share her petite size 5, or she might've mailed us some castoffs). The self-proclaimed "clown" has a guest arc on Kyra Sedgwick's cable hit 'The Closer,' as Brenda Lee's...

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'Terminator' Q&A With Brian Austin Green

"That's not even a fair fight. That's bringing a gun to a knife fight ... " Brian Austin Green made his name on the original 'Beverly Hills 90210,' as the dorky one, David Silver. After 10 years of teen-TV stardom, the actor took a break, making occasional TV movies and guest spots on TV shows, appearing in the short-lived Freddie Prinze Jr. sitcom, 'Freddie,' and building up a resume behind the...

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