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  1. 'Leverage' Star Aldis Hodge Lands 'The East' Role (Exclusive)

    12:45 pm 10/27/2011

    The Fox Searchlight drama also stars Ellen Page and Alexander Skarsgard.Read more

  2. Amanda Knox Weighs '60 Minutes' Offer

    11:30 am 10/27/2011

    Plus, a look at what the other networks have proposed to the newly-exonerated KnoxRead more

  3. New Lessons of Fall TV: Comedy Is King

    11:12 am 10/27/2011

    Early full-season orders of freshman shows "New Girl," "2 Broke Girls" and "Up All Night" prove that comedy rules the tube this season.Read more

  4. 'VH1 Divas Celebrates Soul' With Mary J. Blige, Jennifer Hudson, and Jill Scott

    10:50 am 10/27/2011

    Florence + The Machine, Kelly Clarkson, and Jessie J have also signed on.Read more

  5. Kaley Cuoco to Host 2012 People's Choice Awards, Ending Queen Latifah's 5-Year Streak

    10:47 am 10/27/2011

    CBS and executive producer Mark Burnett have tapped the "Big Bang Theory" star for the awards' 38th show.Read more

  6. 'Twilight's' Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, and Taylor Lautner to Appear on MTV (Video)

    10:03 am 10/27/2011

    The stars will answer fan questions and share a new "Breaking Dawn" sneak peek.Read more

  7. Will Katie Couric's New Talk Show Mean the Death of 'General Hospital'?

    10:02 am 10/27/2011

    ABC has cleared the way for "Katie" to air in more than 60 percent of U.S. homes, sparking rumors that the long-time soap may be pulled from the lineup.Read more

  8. Spike Taps 'Car Lot Cowboy' Producer As VP Original Series

    10:00 am 10/27/2011

    Alex Eastburg will oversee development of nonscripted fare for the male-skewing network.Read more

  9. Disney Channel Is Coming to Russia

    9:11 am 10/27/2011

    The Walt Disney Company has made a deal to begin broadcast its children's programming to over three quarters of Russian homes.Read more

  10. TV Ratings: ABC Tops Key Demo, 'Happy Endings' Hits Series Highs

    9:10 am 10/27/2011

    With Game 6 of the World Series a wash for Fox, ABC's original scripted series topped the competition in the 18-49 set.Read more

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