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Actor Jamie Costa Pays Tribute To Robin Williams With Spot-On Impressions Of His Characters

The world may have lost Robin Williams, but his creative spirit is clearly still inspiring others to bring laughter into the world. Actor Jamie Costa pays tribute to the actor and comedian, who died last August, with a series of 20 impressions...Show More Summary

Phil Robertson's Appalling Atheist Fantasy

Let's all pray that Phil Robertson keeps his faith, because his fantasy of what would be permissible if he lost it is definitely terrifying. At a prayer breakfast in Florida, the Duck Dynasty star revealed a horrific scenario that involved...Show More Summary

5 Things To Look Forward To In Season 2 Of 'Dallas'

When the news broke that "Dallas" legend Larry Hagman had lost his battle with cancer in November, many wondered what his death would mean for the rebooted soap. Would TNT be able to give J.R. Ewing a proper send-off? Would he be returning...Show More Summary

'Shocking Family Secrets': Four Lost Siblings United

Randy was adopted, but he knew the names of his birth parents on "Shocking Family Secrets," but he never anticipated the way he would reconnect with them. He had just started work as a delivery guy, when a client mentioned that he and his delivery partner, Gary, looked alike. Show More Summary

'Amazing Race': Lost Passports Could Spell The End

"The Amazing Race" is famous for its dramatic fake-outs. This week, James & Abba had better hope there's one in the wings, as the show ended on a cliffhanger that could see their race come to an end. The guys made the mistake of leaving all of their gear in a taxi cab while in Moscow, and then it drove off. Show More Summary

Meghan Ory Teases Ruby's Journey In This Week's 'Once Upon A Time'

In grand "Lost" tradition, "Once Upon a Time" has become adept at servicing every member of its strong ensemble cast, with at least one episode a season dedicated to exploring a character's fairytale history as well as their present-day arc. Show More Summary

Coco 'Reports' On Superstorm Sandy

As millions of people in the Northeast lost power and watched as the streets began to flood, Coco was reporting on Hurricane Sandy (now re-named Superstorm Sandy) from her balcony in Edgewater, New Jersey. The reality star and wife of...Show More Summary

A 'Lost' Reunion On 'Persion Of Interest'

It's a "Lost" reunion! Mark Pellegrino, who played Jacob on the ABC drama, is heading to "Person of Interest," which stars fellow "Lost" alum Michael Emerson, who played Ben Linus on "Lost." " Person of Interest" creator Jonathan Nolan...Show More Summary

Who Won 'Big Brother' Season 14?

After 75 days in the "Big Brother" house, 21-year-old Ian Terry was crowned the winner of Season 14, walking away with the $500,000 prize. Runner up was former winner-turned coach-turned player Dan Gheesling, who lost in a 6-1 vote -- a total 180 turn from his own season (10), in which he was unanimously elected the winner. Show More Summary

Elizabeth Mitchell Returning To TV

Elizabeth Mitchell is returning to TV. According to TVLine, the "Lost" and "V" veteran will appear in NBC's "Revolution." Mitchell will replace Andrea Roth on "Revolution" in the role of Rachel Matheson, the mother of Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos) and Danny Matheson (Graham Rogers). Show More Summary

Doctor Who Assistant Dies Aged 72

Doctor Who has lost one of his most beloved Assistants, with the death of Caroline John, aged 72. The actress, who starred opposite Jon Pertwee as Assistant Liz Shaw, appeared in the BBC show for four episodes in 1970, and later reprised her role in the iconic 1983 episode, The Five Doctors. Show More Summary

'Lost' Star Gets 'Once Upon A Time' Promotion

"Once Upon a Time" has upgraded Emilie de Ravin's status. According to TVLine, De Ravin will now be a series regular on the ABC hit fairy tale drama. De Ravin appeared in three episodes of "Once Upon a Time" Season 1 as Belle of "Beauty and the Beast" fame. Show More Summary

Belmont Advertisers May Already Have Lost

Most of the advertisers for Saturday's NBC telecast of the Belmont Stakes are stuck. Although I'll Have Another was scratched, abandoning his bid to win the Triple Crown, sponsors who bought in will have to deal with the almost-certain plummet in ratings. Show More Summary

'Push Girl' Auti Angel: 'I'm Fulfilling My Dreams' (VIDEO)

When dancer Auti Angel was 22 and on the verge of signing a record deal, a car accident nearly stole her show-business dream. "A car clipped the front end of my car and I lost control," she says. "I went spinning, hit the center divider head-on... Show More Summary

The 14 Best Series Finales Ever

It's been exactly two years since the series finale of "Lost" and you probably still love it/hate it as much as you did that night. No matter your stance on "Lost's" mystical ending, the fact that a series could polarize fans so instantly means that it did its job -- even if you didn't get all the answers you wanted. Show More Summary

Why Are So Many Shows Starring Latinos Getting Canceled?

What do Adam Rodriguez, Eva La Rue, Wilmer Valderrama, Marisol Nichols, Cheech Marin, Jorge Garcia and Nestor Carbonell all have in common? Well, aside from the fact that they're all Latin — they all lost their jobs on TV this week.Show More Summary

'Once Upon A Time' Cast Talks Season 2 Hopes & Fairytale Wishes

"Once Upon a Time" in a land far, far away, Evil Queen Regina (Lana Parrilla) lost one of the only things she's ever loved: her son. In the Season 1 finale, the curse was broken and the residents of Storybrooke got their memories back, much to the delight of Regina's adopted son Henry (Jared S. Show More Summary

WATCH: Stephen Colbert Remembers Maurice Sendak

On Tuesday morning, the world lost a legend when news broke that beloved children's author Maurice Sendak passed away at age 83. The same morning on "Live with Kelly," Stephen Colbert was scheduled to simply promote his upcoming children's...Show More Summary

Maureen Ryan: Thank TV For The Success of Joss Whedon's 'Avengers'

Don't worry, the following piece does not contain spoilers for "The Avengers," which you really should see soon. There's a cloud to the silver lining of "The Avengers'" record-smashing success: We've probably lost its screenwriter and director Joss Whedon to the movies forever. Show More Summary

Canceling 'Luck' Cost HBO How Much!?

Even in cancellation, "Luck" cost HBO a lot. According to Vulture, HBO lost $35 million by canceling the Dustin Hoffman horse racing drama. Time Warner revealed the number in their quarterly earnings report. "Luck" was canceled in March, three months after renewing the low-rated series starring Hoffman, Nick Nolte and Dennis Farina. Show More Summary

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