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July 28, 2014

The Biggest TV Turkeys of 2011

There are plenty of shows to be thankful for, but 2011 was also the year for some major TV turkeys. You know what we're talking about -- those shows or televised events that are just too horrific for even our "worst" lists of the year. We've picked our top turkeys, included proof of poultry, and ranked them on a gobble-meter scale of 1-10, 1 being the least offensive or surprising in terms...

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TV Shows We're Most Thankful For

We're thankful for a lot of things, but we're all about TV around here, and so is this list. Yes, it's time once again for the annual staff picks for TV Shows We're Most Thankful For. There's plenty to choose from -- and obviously we had to narrow it down quite a bit -- but each of us has decided on one show that makes weekly viewing and analysis fun and worthwhile, for whatever reason. Some...

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Things Get Steamy in an Exclusive 'Covert Affairs' Clip

It's not all work and no play for spy Annie Walker. In Tuesday's episode of 'Covert Affairs' (10PM ET, USA Network), Annie is assigned to track down her old friend, Mossad agent Eyal Lavin (Oded Fehr), who is in Washington posing as a CIA operative. Why is Lavin in the United States and what does he want? Spies have various ways of discovering these things, and not all of them are...

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'Family Guy' 9/11 Episode: Did the Show Go Too Far This Time?

'Family Guy' is no stranger to controversy, but did the Sun., Nov. 13 episode featuring a 9/11 satire go too far? The episode, 'Back to the Pilot,' saw Stewie and Brian go back in time to 1999, the year the 'Family Guy' pilot aired on Fox, in an effort to change history. Taking full advantage of his time-travel opportunity, Brian decides to inform his past self about the terrorist attacks of...

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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Whitney and Alex Discover Secret Habits on 'Whitney'

On this week's 'Whitney' (9:30PM ET Thursday), the title character and her boyfriend discover that there are still key things they don't know about each other. It starts off harmlessly enough -- Whitney (Whitney Cummings) quizzes Alex (Chris D'Elia) about his love of racquetball, a sport she didn't even know he played. What else doesn't Whitney know about Alex? A fair amount, as it turns...

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TV-Inspired Halloween Costumes

Halloween is just days away, but you've still got time to pull off an awesome conversation-starting costume. Where better to look for inspiration than to the reality TV stars, possibly fake baby bumps and memorable TV characters that have made headlines lately? From our favorite zombie dodgers, to Nancy Grace (optional accessory: an exposed nipple) in one of her 'Dancing With the Stars'...

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Finding New Homes for the Stars of Fall 2011's Canceled Shows

Look out! The post-premiere-season cancellation axe is swinging, and no star is safe. So far, four shows have fallen -- taking with them everyone from Kathryn Hahn ('Free Agents') to Johnny Drama ('How to Be a Gentleman') -- and more are sure to follow. But there's no reason one bad project should banish '24' veteran Mary Lynn Rajskub or 'Flight of the Conchords' genius Rhys Darby from our TV...

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The 'Psych' Guys Present: 14 Signs You're Living With a Criminal

There's no denying it: The 'Psych' guys give good interview. But heading into their sixth season of fighting crime with their keen powers of observation, we figured they might want to mix things up a bit. In the Season 6 premiere (Wed., Oct. 12, 10PM ET on USA), titled 'Shawn Rescues Darth Vader,' Shawn and Gus are hired to investigate how a body ended up in the home of a British diplomat,...

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Our 'American Horror Story' Drinking Game! (Because No One Should Be Sober For This)

'American Horror Story' premieres tonight (Wed., Oct. 5, 10PM ET on FX) and, well, we're all a little torn. Mo Ryan has her warnings, some of us are still intrigued enough to keep watching (albeit cautiously) and others are all in. Judging by the comments on our exclusive video of the first five minutes of the show, you're torn, too. But one thing's for sure: This is a show that's way more...

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Which New Shows Have You Already Given Up On? Our DVR Discards

There's a moment of hope in the air right before the weather starts getting cooler, leaves start changing, back-to-school pencils get sharpened and new TV shows premiere for fall. In that blissful time, pilots seem like seedlings of hope, bursting with the possibility of something great, something must-see, something worthy of six seasons and a movie. And then the shows all premiere and we...

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