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The actor became the target of an online smear campaign this week when he took to the internet to find his elderly pet a new home.
Cord-cutters, we've heard your cries for some pointers on which fall shows will be available to watch online—and when. We're answering.
Wherein we open up our personal envelopes and present our picks for which shows and actors should take home a little gold man this Sunday.
Forget Bachelor Pad and spend the last few weeks before fall TV starts getting yourself up-to-speed on these excellent returning shows.
The cast of NBC's comedy tells us what's in store for season numero four, plus we see Ron's Tammys compete in a moonshine drink-off!
And Mad Men, too, of course.
The late-night sketch show announced the first two hosts of its upcoming season. We recommend five more than are due to take the stage.
Plus: The Crypt Keeper maybe returning from the dead, Community and Parks and Recreation book great guests, and CBS releases another photo of Ashton Kutcher as one of its Two and a Half Men.
Our picks in the comedy category include a few predictable choices, a few sleepers, and few who simply don't have no chance (but we like them anyway).
The inaugural television awards ceremony has done something that other awards shows don't: nominated deserving candidates!
Poehler is just one in a long line of illustrious TV stars to take the dais at Harvard Class Day; how did she measure up against Conan O'Brien, Sacha Baron Cohen, and Matt Lauer?
The network's 2011-2012 schedule includes a dozen new shows; Chuck and Harry's Law will move to new nights.
What to watch on Thursday, May 12.
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