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  • AMERICA'S GOT CABLE

    What's the Better Channel: USA or TNT?

    After last week's brutal showdown between Syfy and Comedy Central, it's time for the next basic cable battle: USA or TNT?

  • SHOCKTOBERFEST

    Beware! Here are the SCARIEST MOVIES on TV this week! (October 4 - 9)

    The countdown to Halloween has begun. Will YOU survive the horror movie ONSLAUGHT?

  • THE FINAL COUNTDOWN

    TV.com's Top 100 Everything of 2010: 40-31

    Here at TV.com, we take our year-end list-making very seriously. After 365 days of watching TV, here's what we loved the most in 2010. (Vol. 7)

  • KUDOS!

    Emmys: Mad Men Wins... Again

    Modern Family joins the party, too.

  • SAFE FOR WORK

    Watch David Letterman and Kathy Griffin React to the Bristol Palin-Levi Johnston Engagement

    Also, Jon Hamm and James Franco are doing a movie together. Here's where everyone will be clicking today.

  • AND THE AWARDS MIGHT GO TO...

    Glee, Lost Top Emmy Nominations

    Modern Family, Mad Men also score, and voters finally recognize a Friday Night Lights pair.

  • AND THE WINNERS MIGHT BE...

    2010 Emmy Predictions: Comedy

    On our list this year: Lots of Modern Family actors and a show that's not 30 Rock winning the big prize.

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

    What to Watch: June 28 - July 4

    Our pick of the best TV shows on Aussie screens this week including That 70's Show, Who Do You Think You Are?, Cougar Town, Little Dorrit and more.

  • NEWS BRIEFS

    Everyone Wants to Watch Monk Forever

    Plus: Word on a Dallas remake, Adam Lambert performance news, and TV shows based on books that no one's read yet.

  • WEEKEND PICKS

    Monk, Dollhouse, and Desperate Housewives

    What to watch from Friday, December 4 to Sunday, December 6.

  • ALL FIRED UP

    What's going to happen in the Monk series finale?

    What TV.com users are saying this week about Monk, Criminal Minds, House, and Heroes.

  • TV TANGO CELEBRATES MONK'S FINAL SEASON WITH A LIST OF THE SHOW'S BEST GUEST CHARACTERS

    Blog Spotlight: Obsessed: Top 5 Guest Characters on "Monk"

  • WHICH LEADING MEN CRACK US UP ENOUGH TO WARRANT AN EMMY? THERE ARE THREE NAMES YOU'D EXPECT, AND TWO NAMES THAT ARE NEW TO THE RACE.

    Emmy picks: Lead Actor, comedy

    We keep seeing the same men popping up at the Emmys in the best actor in a comedy category, but there's a reason for that. Tony Shalhoub has deserved every single one of his six consecutive nominations, Charlie Sheen has gone for three straight, and Alec Baldwin is looking like the favorite to win for a second year.

  • USA NETWORK SAYS PROCEDURAL WILL BEGIN IN APRIL, BE PAIRED WITH NEW SERIES IN PLAIN SIGHT.

    Law & Order: CI sets new date…finally

    The premiere of the new season of Law & Order: Criminal Intent has finally been dated for the millionth time. The legal drama has been bounced back-and-forth on USA Network's schedule like screams of "objection!" from opposing lawyers on amateur night, but USA finally has a firm date… well, firm enough to put on their Web site at least.

  • TV.COM USER GISLEF CHATS WITH US ABOUT HOW HE WOULD FIX TELEVISION, "SPOCK'S BRAIN," AND THE FATE OF PUSHING DAISIES.

    Lights, Camera, Community: Gislef

    He's the editor for House, Monk, Fringe, and Supernatural--in other words, he's busy, busy, busy. But level 77 user Gislef still found time to talk to us in this edition of our community interview series Lights, Camera, Community.

  • POPULARITY NOT AN ISSUE AT GOLDEN GLOBES, WHICH FAVORS LOW-RATED, CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED PROGRAMS; 30 ROCK, MAD MEN, HBO MINISERIES RAKE 'EM IN.

    HBO, 30 Rock win Golden Globes

    Say what you will about awards-show season (seriously, comment below!), but each awards ceremony is hard to ignore once the red carpet is rolled out. Tonight saw Hollywood welcome the red carpet of the Golden Globes, the Oscars' jealous little brother. The night is especially important for film (Oscar nominees are announced later this week, and a Globes win could sway Academy voters), but television also has a lot at stake with this ceremony the only major TV awards show until the late-summer Emmys.

  • WE PICK THE TOP 100 THINGS THAT CAUGHT OUR EYE THIS PAST YEAR; IN THIS EDITION: A BIG BLEEP FROM BALTIMORE, A BLOOD-SUCKING BAYOU, AND A BEHEADING.

    TV.com Top 100 Everything of 2008: 71-80

    In this gargantuan Top 100 list, we go a little out of the box by looking at specific elements of television--both on-screen and off-screen--that we thought were the most memorable this year. We continue our countdown of fond TV memories of 2008 with the next 10.

  • SCREEN ACTORS GUILD PICKS THE BEST OF 2008 FOR ITS ANNUAL AWARDS; STEVE CARELL, TONY SHALHOUB, HUGH LAURIE, SALLY FIELD, TINA FEY GET NOMINATIONS...AGAIN.

    SAG nominees include Dexter, Mad Men

    The Screen Actors Guild took time out of its strike talk to release this year's nominees for its annual SAG Awards, and one would be hard pressed to find a shocker among the bunch. The usual names are all there, but we'll list them off for you anyway.

  • IN TREATMENT, TRUE BLOOD PACE CABLE NET; FEY, BALDWIN, PAQUIN, LAURIE, SHALHOUB, HAMM, APPLEGATE GET ACTING NODS.

    HBO leads Golden Globe nominations

    It's shiny trophy time in Hollywood, but before the bald-headed first-place prizes get handed out on February 22, the Golden Globes--also known as "The Oscars' precursor"--have to be doled out. The nominees are in, and the field features familiar faces and some surprising entries.

  • USA'S OCD PI WILL BE MIA AFTER UPCOMING SEASON; 16-EPISODE FINAL RUN WILL DEBUT NEXT SUMMER.

    Monk renewed for eighth, final season

    After eight long seasons, Mr. Monk will be done keeping the streets safe next year. The USA Network has announced that it has picked up its long-running comedy for an eighth season that will serve as a fond farewell for the revered cable show; this season will be its last.

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Comedy, Suspense

Themes

coping with death, single life, single camera sitcom, extraordinary situations, facing danger