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Brandi Glanville On Mean 'Housewives' & Her Messy Divorce With Eddie Cibrian (VIDEO)

by Alex Moaba, posted Oct 24th 2011 2:45PM
It's not easy being the new 'Real Housewives' on the block. Brandi Glanville and Dana Wilkey went on 'The Wendy Williams Show' (weekdays, syndicated on Fox) to talk about the less-than-kind reception they received upon joining 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,' and Brandi discussed her divorce from canceled 'Playboy Club' actor Eddie Cibrian.

Wendy got right to the point, showing a montage of Kyle Richards ripping on Brandi and immediately asking why Kim and Kyle hate her so much. "I wish I knew ... they brought two new girls in, and I think they were all like 'wait, someone's getting fired...'" she said. Wendy pointed out that whenever a young new girl comes on the scene, the claws usually come out.

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TV-Inspired Halloween Costumes

by AOL TV Staff, posted Oct 20th 2011 11:00AM
'The Walking Dead': more than just zombiesHalloween 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' ensembles, to a very clever new use for grandma's old Rascal scooter, we've got you covered with costume ideas for men and women.

After the jump, our picks for the hottest TV-inspired Halloween costumes, sure to give you all the tricks and treats you need to make the holiday as pop-culturally relevant as possible.

Share your own clever costume ideas in the comments ...

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Warning! The 10 Least Promising Shows for Fall

by Maureen Ryan, posted Sep 19th 2011 10:00AM
Your time is valuable, and you don't want to spend it on shows that are either outright awful or seriously flawed, am I right?

That's the idea behind the following list of iffy and/or terrible new TV shows. They pay me to watch this stuff so you don't have to, and the goal here is to steer you away from fall programs that have awkward premises, wrongheaded casting or sub-par execution of decent ideas.

But never fear, I'll provide descriptions of each comedy and drama as well, on the off chance that you really want to check them out.

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'The Good Wife' Nabs Parker Posey, Eric Close Books 'American Horror Story' Role & More Casting News

by Chris Harnick, posted Aug 19th 2011 11:00AM
Parker PoseyParker Posey is heading to 'The Good Wife.'

According to TVLine, Posey will play the estranged wife of Alan Cumming's character, Eli Gold. Viewers have already met their daughter, Marissa (Sarah Steele).

Posey recently guest starred on NBC's 'Parks and Recreation' and will soon appear on Showtime's 'The Big C.'

In other 'Good Wife' casting news, Diane Lockhart (Christine Baranski) may be getting a younger beau. According to Vulture, Bill Heck will play a young legal aid lawyer who connects with Diane after presenting her with an award for her pro bono work.

And a third guest star, 'House''s Peter Jacobson, will appear in the third season premiere, which is set to air Sun., Sept. 25 at 9PM. Watch CBS's new promo here. Posey's episode is set to air in October.

In other casting news ...

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TCA Report: NBC Exec Talks 'Smash' Debut, 'The Voice' Return & 'Playboy' Controversy

by Maureen Ryan, posted Aug 1st 2011 3:00PM
Smash, NBCTalking to critics at the Television Critics Association press tour Monday, new NBC entertainment president Robert Greenblatt took the right tack: He modestly called attention to the network's few bright spots, he didn't assert that the network would roar back this fall, and most importantly, he had Joel McHale from 'Community' relentlessly mock the Peacock Network well before Greenblatt even took the stage.

It was a wise move, and a way of acknowledging NBC's many problems without turning the Greenblatt session into an inquisition about the last decade of shoddy, brain-melting mismanagement at NBC. Well played, sir.

Some news came out of the session: Greenblatt said the second season of 'The Voice' will premiere Feb. 5, after the Super Bowl. The next episode of the singing contest will air Feb. 6, which is the same night that NBC's well-received mid-season pilot 'Smash' will premiere.

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What's really real in Swingtown?

by Allison Waldman, posted Jul 5th 2008 2:02PM
Harry Reems partyHow much of Swingtown is real and how much is pure fiction? According to Mike Kelley, Swingtown's creator, there are elements in the show that come right from his childhood memories of growing up on the North Shore, a trendy suburb of Chicago. But the sex and the swinging? That's mostly creative license.

So were there really sex parties and swinging in the Kelley home? "You know, it comes from imagination, for the most part."

Inspired by 1976, the era of women's liberation, disco-dancing, the end of the Vietnam War, and sexual freedom thanks to the pill and no AIDS, Kelley balances the fantastic elements with nostalgia.

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