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Out of all the TV shows currently airing, these are the pets we want so badly to be ours.
Would the Sharks bite at any of the four pitches or just chew them up and spit them out?
Written from the perspective of a Capitol citizen.
The animated comedy never quite hits the mark, but it's not cringe-worthy either.
'TVD' introduces a new and powerful witch
Shonda Rhimes brings racial politics to primetime television.
Are Romantic Comedies Changing For Good? 'Don Jon' Leads a New Era for the Genre
Billy Ray Cyrus is continuing to defend his daughter Miley from all the criticism she has been receiving of late, insisting he admires her creativity and intelligence.
Courtney Love has been slapped with a new defamation lawsuit from fashion designer Dawn Simorangkir, two years after settling their previous court action.
Chris Nashawaty, the author of 'Crab Monsters, Teenage Cavemen, and Candy-Stripe Nurses,' talks about how its subject Roger Corman helped invent modern Hollywood.
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For every great Emmy stunt, like Jimmy Fallon's delightful opening number, there's others that make us want to do the unthinkable and turn off the TV. (Ahem, Emmytones!) As we gear up for the 2012 Primetime Emmys, we look back at the show's best and worst stunts.
Ben Affleck's early Oscar contender 'Argo' is a political thriller you have to see to believe. Based on the astonishing true story of the unconventional rescue of six U.S. diplomats from Tehran during the 1979 Iran hostage crisis, it's something only Hollywood could dare to dream up. In honor of Argo we look back other movies whose stories are so outrageous and unbelievable they had to be true because, well, they were.
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.