There's no way around it: Summer is wedding season. In honor of these marital months, we've rounded up our favorite TV weddings in a two-part list.
Plus: The Jersey Shore cast will make more money than you, Ice-T got arrested, and The Middle is planning an Everybody Loves Raymond reunion.
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DirecTV has rescued the legal thriller from sure cancellation, securing 20 new episodes for exclusive airing on its satellite service.
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Also, Firefly deserves a different title sequence. Here's where everyone will be clicking today.
AND THE AWARDS MIGHT GO TO...
Modern Family, Mad Men also score, and voters finally recognize a Friday Night Lights pair.
OUR GUESS IS AS GOOD AS YOURS
Is this the year that Lost's Matthew Fox breaks through? And can anyone pry the Emmy from Mad Men's clutches?
Plus: More Liars for ABC Family, the Criminal Minds spinoff has its female lead, and two favorites get big syndication deals.
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Each week, we'll select a still photo from an as-yet-unaired TV episode and invite you, dear reader, to write the funniest caption you can muster. Up next: A shot from Monday's episode of Lie to Me.
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Here's where everyone will be clicking today.
FILL IN THE BLANK
Each week, we'll select a still photo from an as-yet-unaired TV episode and invite you, dear reader, to write the funniest caption you can muster. Up next: A shot from Friday's episode of Friday Night Lights.
We spoke to the veteran FNL actor (who's a total sweetheart, by the way) about his character's hardships, football, and what to expect next season.
Plus: Omarosa is returning to TV, Glee will cover Coldplay, and NCIS reaches a deal with one of its stars.
In honor of Mother's Day (it's this Sunday, people!), an appreciative list of our favorite television grannies.
NBC's underdog returns for more small-town drama tonight; here's what you need to know to get in on one of TV's best-kept secrets.
A comprehensive list of which TV shows are returning next season, which shows have been canceled, and which shows are still in limbo.
HBO's Treme premieres this weekend, and it's one-million-percent about New Orleans. Here are nine other shows that couldn't exist without their settings.
Plus: Brothers and Sisters learns its fate, a Heroes star jumps ship, and the creator of The Sopranos switches gears.
THE WEEK IN REVIEW
On our list this week: Jason Segal, The Office, and guess what we thought about the new NBC show The Marriage Ref? Here's a hint: It rhymes with "baaaaaarrrrrffffff!"
Plus: Warehouse 13 gets a return date, Dexter's Julie Benz lands a pilot, and the Gossip Girl spin-off fiasco comes to an end.
In honor of Valentine's Day, we rounded up ten of our favorite on-screen smooches.