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  • PLUS: KEVIN FEDERLINE IS GOING TO LOSE IT ON CELEBRITY FIT CLUB NEXT SEASON.

    News Briefs: Damages, Southland, and J.J. Abrams' new show

    TV.com's daily news round-up for Wednesday, September 23.

  • THE SECOND SERIES OF GLENN CLOSE'S LEGAL DRAMA IS NOW AVAILABLE ON DVD AND TO CELEBRATE WE'RE GIVING FIVE LUCKY WINNERS THE CHANCE TO WIN THEIR VERY OWN COPY OF BOTH SEASON ONE AND TWO.

    Win Damages on DVD!

  • TV.COM'S PICK OF THE BEST TV SHOWS ON AUSSIE SCREENS THIS WEEK.

    What to Watch: July 13 - 19

    Our pick of the best TV shows on Aussie screens this week, including new seasons of Rush and Damages, and the season finales of 30 Rock, Grey's Anatomy and MasterChef Australia.

  • THE LEADING LADIES OF DRAMA KEEP OUR EYES GLUED TO THE SCREEN; CAN ANYONE BEAT DAMAGES' GLENN CLOSE?

    Emmy picks: Lead Actress, drama

    A wave of strong female leads has hit television over the past few years, and some of the best actresses in the business have gobbled them up. There have been a lot of familiar names in the best dramatic actress race recently, and that won't change much this year.

  • WE'VE GOT LOST'S MICHAEL EMERSON ON OUR LIST, BUT WHO ELSE IS ON IT? TWO NEWBIES, A NOMINEE FROM LAST YEAR, AND AN OSCAR-WINNER.

    Emmy picks: Supporting Actor, drama

    Wow--of all the categories we've done for Emmys picks so far, this may be our favorite. Loaded with talent--both old and new--it's darned near impossible to come up with a final five. When we look at our honorable mention, it's hard to imagine they didn't make the final cut.

  • THE RACE FOR SUPPORTING ACTRESS IS AS CLOSE AND DEEP AS THEY COME, BUT ONE EDGES THE COMPETITION BY A SLIM MARGIN.

    Emmy picks: Supporting Actress, drama

    When we first asked the TV.com offices for best supporting actress in a drama nominations, we never expected the amount of responses that came back. This field is deep, and cutting the worthy ladies down to 10 was the chore of all chores--but we finally got it done.

  • AFTER FINISHING SEASON TWO OF DAMAGES THIS WEEK SOMETHING STUCK OUT IN MY MIND. I THINK THAT PATTY HEWES UNDERWENT AN EXPERIENCE THIS SEASON VERY SIMILAR TO EBENEZER SCROOGE IN A CHRISTMAS CAROL. READ MORE

    Blog Spotlight: Is Damages’ Patty Hewes Ebenezer Scrooge?

  • PAUL LEVINSON DISCUSSES THE END OF DAMAGES' SECOND SEASON. READ MORE

    Blog Spotlight: Damages Concludes Season 2 with Great Acting and Surprises

  • JUSTIN RAVITZ THINKS THAT FX’S DARK, SUSPENSEFUL SERIES HAS PLOTLINES AS COMPLEX AS LOST, WRITING WORTHY OF MAD MEN, AND A CAST THAT INCLUDES GLENN CLOSE, WILLIAM HURT, AND MARCIA GAY HARDEN. ALL IT NEEDS IS AN AUDIENCE.

    Blog Spotlight: So Why Aren't You Watching Damages?

  • A FULL HOUSE OF SEASON FINALES AND SERIES PREMIERES ON TV, INCLUDING ER'S FINAL EPISODE.

    What to watch this week on-air and online

    For the week of March 30-April 5: It's a fond farewell for ER and Life on Mars, as both shows say goodbye. Damages rolls out its second season finale, and Ozzy is back on TV. Online, checkout clips of the ER finale!

  • THIS WEEK: BATTLESTAR, DAMAGES, BONES GET SERIOUS; NEW THREE STOOGES MINISODES KEEP THINGS LIGHT.

    What to watch this week on-air and online

    For the week of February 17-February 21: The holiday-shortened week means less days to catch up on great television! On the small screen, a rapper returns to TV for more "high"-jinks, one of the best dramas on cable heats up, and sci-fi's best show gets closer to its end. On the smaller screen, TV.com has interviews with American Idol's Top 36!

  • WE PICK THE TOP 100 THINGS THAT CAUGHT OUR EYE THIS PAST YEAR; IN THIS EDITION: A BETTER WAY TO WATCH THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, A FEW BREAKOUT ACTORS, AND A NERD.

    TV.com Top 100 Everything of 2008: 11-20

    New year, new batch of our top 100. We've only got 20 spots left to cover, and we're revealing half of those inside, which includes some great time jumps, our favorite convention, and an older gentleman in his underwear.

  • WE PICK THE TOP 100 THINGS THAT CAUGHT OUR EYE THIS PAST YEAR; IN THIS EDITION: A MUST-SEE DVD BOX SET, ONE CHARACTER WHO SAYS THE DARNEDEST THINGS, AND A FOREIGN INVASION THAT WE'RE OKAY WITH.

    TV.com Top 100 Everything of 2008: 31-40

    We crack the top 40 of our favorite things about 2008 television with things from Lost, Fringe, and Chuck.

  • 2008 IS ALMOST OVER, BUT YOU WON'T HEAR ANY BOO-HOOS FROM US; THE FIRST THREE MONTHS OF '09 HAVE US EXCITED FOR THESE SHOWS.

    TV.com Top Ten: Most anticipated of early 2009

    Midseason used to be the time when networks dumped junk on viewers. It was the betamax of the television season, but no more--early 2009 promises some great returns and some promising debuts. We count down the 10 shows we're looking most forward to in the first three months of the year…and it looks like we'll have plenty to watch!

  • FX'S PLASTIC FANTASTIC DRAMA, AWARD-WINNING LEGAL THRILLER RETURN IN EARLY JANUARY.

    Damages, Nip/Tuck set returns

    Mad Men may have made most of the noise in recent award ceremonies for cable dramas, but another mouthwatering cabler that didn't do too shabby should not be overlooked. FX today officially rolled out the return date of Emmy-winner Damages, as well as another of its original programs, Nip/Tuck.

  • TV'S BIGGEST AWARDS NIGHT HONORS MAD MEN, 30 ROCK; UNFUNNY EVENT PANNED BY CRITICS.

    Cable shines, gala flops at Emmys

    Last night, the 60th Primetime Emmy Awards got many things right, and a whole lotta things wrong. Cable networks continued to stack their trophy cases and prove they're better than the broadcast behemoths with major wins, and the big victors of the evening--both of which barely move the needle in the ratings department--showed once again that American viewers just don't watch the quality stuff.

    But the big story of the gala was the cringe-worthy ceremony, which is being labeled a disaster by those unfortunate enough to have sat through it.

  • ENTERPRISE STAR JOINS RAY ROMANO'S NEW COMEDY; HEROES, BETTY, DAMAGES ALSO ADD CAST MEMBERS.

    Bakula leaps to Certain Age

  • DAISIES' PACE JOINS DUCHOVNY, SHALHOUB, SHEEN FOR EMMY NOMINATION FINALISTS; BRITNEY "SNUBBED" FROM GUEST SPOT HONORS.

    Carell, Baldwin top Emmy's comedy actor shortlist

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Drama, Suspense

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Thrillers, Family Dramas, Crime, Detectives, Legal