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Two of the best programming events of the year so far have shared a common subject: O.J. Simpson.
Plus: Bravo orders a ton of shows, Shirley MacLaine finds a new life on Glee, and Doctor Who welcomes a Brit fave.
Plus: Justified's getting more Wynn Duffy, the British are invading Hulu, and Taye Diggs is visiting New Girl.
Plus: The Writers Guild Awards nominees have been announced, PBS calls for more Midwife, and Fox's diving show names its "celebrities."
On our list this week: Happy Endings, Suburtagory, Fringe, Burt Reynolds, and a certain Bachelor contestant's rappin' skillz.
Plus: How I Met Your Mother, Alcatraz, and Pretty Little Liars.
Plus: Pretty Little Liars and Alcatraz.
Plus: Betty White's 90th Birthday Tribute and The Bachelor.
Plus: The Lying Game and MTV's new cage fighting documentary series Caged.
Plus: How I Met Your Mother and Bravo's It's a Brad, Brad World
Plus: Rizzoli & Isles and the new game show from NBC, Who's Still Standing?.
Plus: Wedding bells on Hawaii Five-0 and the season finale of Enlightened.
Plus: The Sing-Off gets festive and Mo'Nique gets Mortified.
Plus: Terra Nova and How the Grinch Stole Christmas.
Plus: The 2 Broke Girls get Christmas jobs and Enlightened keeps things awkward.
Plus: The Hub unveils its new teen-centric version of Clue and Diane Sawyer interviews American hero Rep. Gabrielle Giffords.
Plus: More of the (scary) same on The Walking Dead, Supernatural, and Grimm.
Showtime's recent renewal of The Real L Word got us thinking: What other shows could benefit from a reality spinoff?
Less than a month after Russell Armstrong shockingly took his own life, the second season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills aired as planned.