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Thursday, April 24, 2014


American Idol: Who Blew the Judges Away?

Yesterday - TV Guide
American Idol has officially entered the homestretch. With less than a month to go in Season 13, we're at the point where each contestant will have to tackle not one, but two songs per show. Tonight's theme? "A little bit country, a little bit rock 'n' roll." With 12 performances to squeeze in, the show doesn't waste any time in getting to the perf... by Liz Raftery

My Cat From Hell Exclusive Video: Wolfie Reports to the Poop Deck

Yesterday - TV Guide
Maine Coon cats may have been favored by pirates, but one Texas cat owner is so fed up, he may toss poor Wolfie off the plank. On the return of My Cat From Hell on Saturday (8/7c, Animal Planet) ... Read More > Other Links From My Cat From HellJackson Galaxy by Hanh Nguyen

Arrow Postmortem: Who Paid the Ultimate Price for Oliver's Sins?

Yesterday - TV Guide
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Wednesday's episode of Arrow. Read at your own risk!] Arrow said farewell to yet another character on Wednesday night as... Read More > Other Links From Susanna ThompsonJohn BarrowmanWilla HollandAndrew KreisbergKatie CassidyKevin AlejandroStephen AmellManu BennettArrow by Natalie Abrams

Netflix Orders a Spanish-Language Soccer, Er, Futbol Comedy

Yesterday - TV Guide
Netflix has apparently been spending some quality time with Rosetta Stone, as its next original series will be en Español. The streaming service has ordered 13 episodes of an as-yet-untitled Spanish-language comedy... Read More > by Kaitlin Thomas

Jennifer Garner Is Producing a Scripted Supernatural Series for... Bravo?

Yesterday - TV Guide
Bravo, the network widely known as the home of America's realest housewives, is continuing to beef up its scripted programming slate, and its newest project is a supernatural drama series from Jennifer Garner. Produced by Garner's Vandalia Films in association with Warner Horizon Television, All the Pretty Faces is a mystery set in the beach to... by Kaitlin Thomas

Meg Ryan Joins the Cast of How I Met Your Dad

Yesterday - TV Guide
Meg Ryan has joined the cast of CBS' comedy pilot How I Met Your Dad, has confirmed. The Sleepless in Seattle actress will play... Read More > Other Links From Meg RyanGreta GerwigHow I Met Your Dad by Kaitlin Thomas

Julia Louis-Dreyfus Gets It On with a Clown—On Camera—for GQ

Yesterday - TV Guide
Oh, well this is kind of kinky. Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who recently made headlines for appearing naked on the cover of Rolling Stone, has now shed her clothing for GQ's new comedy issue. But that's not all! Photos: Everybody's posing nude! Check out other stars who've bared all In an article about Louis-Dreyfus' current role as Vice President Sel... by Kaitlin Thomas

Exclusive: Royal Pains Adds Alpha House Alum for Mysterious Recurring Role

Yesterday - TV Guide
Royal Pains has tapped Alpha House alum Willa Fitzgerald for a recurring role the show's upcoming sixth season, has learned exclusively. Fitzgerald will play Emma, a mysterious young woman who shows up in the Hamptons with a hidden past and Read More > Other Links From Spider-Man 2Diane FarrDonna MurphyMark FeuersteinMat... by Kate Stanhope

Exclusive: USA, Mariska Hargitay Team Up for an SVU Marathon with a Cause

Yesterday - TV Guide
USA Network, the longtime home to those addictive Law & Order: SVU marathons, is teaming up with series star Mariska Hargitay for a new marathon to raise awareness of and to help stop domestic violence and sexual assault, has learned exclusively. To commemorate National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention month, and in partnership w... by Kate Stanhope

Exclusive Sirens Sneak Peek: Why Is Johnny Interrogating Hank and Brian?

Yesterday - TV Guide
The EMTs on Sirens have to deal with life-or-death calls on the regular, but Johnny might face his most difficult case yet on Thursday's new episode (10/9c, USA). In this exclusive sneak peek, Johnny (Michael Mosley) is peeved that... Read More > Other Links From Michael MosleyKevin DanielsKevin BigleySirens by Kate Stanhope

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