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November 28, 2014

'Rubicon' Sets Ratings Record for AMC

If it's two-hour opener is any indication, AMC's 'Rubicon' looks like it's flowing into hitsville. The political thriller drew 2 million viewers Sunday night from 8-10PM, making it the network's most-watched original drama series premiere ever, according to The Hollywood Reporter's LiveFeed blog. This is AMC's third series -- after 'Mad Men' and 'Breaking Bad' -- and they appear to be on a winn...

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'Holly's World': So This Is Why It's Called the Boob Tube (VIDEO)

Some people are destined for greatness. Holly Madison was destined for big boobs. Yes, indeed, the former 'Girl Next Door' just knew that one day she would be well endowed -- even if she had to give nature a helping hand. "I got mine done because I always thought it was my destiny to have big boobs," Madison said on Sunday's episode of 'Holly's World' (Sun., 10:30PM ET on E!). Why? "There's som...

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Larry King Steps Down From His Nightly 'Live' Show

Larry King, a staple of TV journalism who helped put Ted Turner's CNN on the cable TV map, announced on Tuesday via Twitter, the CNN website and at the top of his show that he would be ending his nightly 'Larry King Live' show this fall after 25 years. King, 76, won't be leaving CNN; he'll host several Larry King specials on major national and international subjects....

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Showtime Picks Up Last Chapter of 'Secret Diary of a Call Girl'

Showtime is making one more entry in the 'Secret Diary of a Call Girl.' The UK-based comedy series, produced by Britain's ITV, is currently shooting its fourth -- and final -- season, and Showtime has picked it up for airing in the states, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The series has been a modest success here and abroad....

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Tim Allen, Craig Ferguson Have a Hefty Talk About Male Body Parts (VIDEO)

Johnny Carson must be turning in his grave. Tim Allen was a guest on Thursday's edition of 'The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson' (weeknights, 12:35AM ET on CBS) and what started out as a discussion about Allen and his daughter going to England to research his family evolved into a discussion of the male member....

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Snooki Visits 'Fox and Friends' for a Little Political Punditry (VIDEO)

Snooki is branching out into political commentary. In a segment of 'Fox and Friends' (weekdays, 6AM ET on FNC) titled "Jersey Shore Meets Washington" on Wednesday, co-host Gretchen Carlson talked to 'Jersey Shore's' Snooki about her recent political Tweets with Senator John McCain....

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Gilford, Palicki, Kitsch Return for More 'Friday Night Lights' Action

As 'Friday Night Lights' gets ready to gear up for its fifth and most-likely final season (which begins this fall on DirecTV), The Ausiello Files has revealed that three of the show's all-stars will return to Dillon: Zach Gilford (Matt), Adrianne Palicki (Tyra) and Taylor Kitsch (Tim) have finalized deals to appear in multiple episodes of the series. According to Ausiello, Gilford is returning ...

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Maura Tierney Makes It Legal With 'The Whole Truth' Gig

Maura Tierney has traded in her Nurse Mates for legal pads. According to a report at The Ausiello Files, the 'ER' veteran has signed on to star in ABC's new legal drama 'The Whole Truth,' replacing Joely Richardson, who quit earlier this month to spend more time with her family....

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Stephen Colbert Presses Israeli Ambassador on Palestine (VIDEO)

Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren appeared on Comedy Central's 'The Colbert Report' (weeknights, 11:30PM ET on COM) Wednesday to discuss the Israeli blockade of Gaza and he faced some tough questions from Stephen Colbert. The segment concludes with Colbert raising the controversy surrounding Helen Thomas' recent remarks on Israel (in which she said that the Israelis should get the heck out of Pa...

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Jon Stewart Ridicules White House Correspondents (VIDEO)

Now that retired White House correspondent Helen Thomas' front row seat in the White House press room is up for grabs, reporters are jockeying for the coveted seat; Fox News and Bloomberg are already battling it out to move up to the front row. Jon Stewart skewered reporters for the journalistic version of musical chairs on Wednesday's edition of 'The Daily Show' (weeknights, 11PM ET on COM). "...

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