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'Parenthood' final season Emmy watch: Max Burkholder in 'Aaron Brownstein Must Be Stopped'

Over five seasons, "Parenthood" has been as good as anything on television. The storylines of the little show that could may not be as flashy as making meth, raising dragons or winning Lady Mary's heart, but it has deftly explored the struggles and complexities of the Braverman family through good writing and even better performances. Show More Summary

Attention 'Broadchurch' fans: 'Gracepoint' is finally different

If you watched Britain's excellent police drama "Broadchurch," which starred David Tennant as a detective investigating the murder of a young boy in a small coastal town, so far there hasn't been much reason to tune in to FOX's remake,...Show More Summary

Rokerthon: Why Al Roker's 34-hour weathercast is instantly addicting

Watch out, Kim Kardashian: Someone else is capturing the attention of the Internet, and his name is Al Roker. As of posting time,"The Today Show" weather anchor is currently in the midst of a 34-hour live weather broadcast, hoping to break a Guinness World Record and raise money for the USO at the same time. Show More Summary

Watch E.T. help Channing Tatum defeat Jimmy Fallon in Box of Lies

Actor Channing Tatum certainly made an impressionon "The Tonight Show" Wednesday (Nov. 12) as the first male guest to play Box of Lies.For viewers not familiar the popular game has a guest sit across from host Jimmy Fallon, and they take turns describing what is in their mystery boxes to their opponent. Show More Summary

Paper Magazine editor on Kim Kardashian photos: 'Of course it was photoshopped'

Kim Kardashian didn't quite break the internet, but she has been dominating it since her nude photo spread with Paper Magazine was strategically revealed on Nov. 12.The oiled up shots of the "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star --Show More Summary

'The Daily Show' stint tested Nate Corddry's ability 'to hang'

Zap2it: You've worked with strong leading ladies such as Kathy Bates, Toni Collette and now Allison Janney. Do you pick things up from them?Nate Corddry: I'm not sure if it has anything to do with their gender but I certainly pick up on professionalism. Show More Summary

Liv returning to 'Constantine' is a possibility

Though she was written out of "Constantine" at the end of the pilot episode, Liv (Lucy Griffiths) may have a future on the show yet.During a conference call about the series, executive producers David S. Goyer and Daniel Cerone revealed the door isn't entirely closed on Griffiths returning down the road. Show More Summary

TV ratings: 'Chicago PD' hits series high with 'SVU' crossover

Fast National ratings for Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014The conclusion of a three-part crossover on "Law & Order: SVU" and "Chicago PD" gave both shows a big boost Wednesday, with "PD" hitting a series high in viewers and matching its best-ever adults 18-49 rating. Show More Summary

Amelia's 'Private Practice' past could mean long 'Grey's Anatomy' future

Amelia Shepherd's happy go lucky time as head of neurosurgery at Grey Sloan memorial is about take a very dark turn. In Thursday's (Nov. 13) episode, "Could We Start Again, Please?" Amelia's tragic past with drug and alcohol addiction...Show More Summary

2014 November sweeps: What to watch week 3

November sweeps 2014 is here, which means networks are pulling out all the stops with their programming. Zap2it will be bringing you a guide to the episodes to look for each week. Up now: Nov. 13-19.Thursday, Nov. 13:"Gracepoint" - "Episode Seven," 9 p.m., FOX: Another child goes missing and Det. Show More Summary

'The Voice' live playoffs: All of the wrong people went home

Well, America, that was an utter failure. On Wednesday night's (Nov. 12) elimination episode of "The Voice," hearts were broken all around the country as Carson Daly read the results. Why? Because so many A-plus singers were sent packing. Show More Summary

Peeta vs. Gale: Where to watch Josh Hutcherson and/or Liam Hemsworth during 'Mockingjay' media week

With "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1" headed to theaters, it's time for the stars to show up all over TV. It's not just Jennifer Lawrence out promoting the movie, though. Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth are on the media circuit...Show More Summary

'Chasing Life' Christmas photos reveal Leo's fate

Get excited, "Chasing Life" fans. ABC Family has released photos from the upcoming Christmas episode, which reveal a kicky new hairdo for April, a visit from her paternal grandparents and gasp the fate of Leo, whose life perhaps hung in the balance during the summer finale cliffhanger. Show More Summary

What is the point of Nick Cannon's 'Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous' reboot?

Watching rich people and their extravagant lifestyles is a staple of current reality TV -- the "Real Housewives" franchise lives on for a reason -- but NBC's new reboot of the late '80s/early '90s staple "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous"...Show More Summary

'Elementary's' Sherlock has an unexpected reaction to Watson's new boyfriend

In the first episode of "Elementary's" third season, viewers met two new faces -- Sherlock's new protege Kitty (Ophelia Lovibond) and Joan's new boyfriend Andrew (Raza Jaffrey). Joan and Kitty didn't exactly get off on the right foot, which viewers can also expect when Sherlock meets Andrew in Thursday's (Nov. Show More Summary

Meet Princess Claude, 'Reign's' newest royal

Mary isn't the only royal to get under Catherine's skin on "Reign" -- the former queen will have to handle a whole lot more than a headstrong daughter-in-law when her daughter, Princess Claude, heads back to the castle in "The Prince of the Blood."You can see Claude, played by Rose Williams, in Zap2it's exclusive photo of the new recurring character. Show More Summary

5 favorite TV animals from your childhood that are now dead

In the late '90s if kids wanted to learn about various wildlife creatures but their parents disapproved of Steve Irwin, they could watch "Zoboomafoo" on PBS. The 30-minute show was hosted by brothers Chris and Martin Kratt along with a rambunctious lemur they called Zoboomafoo.On Nov. Show More Summary

'Doctor Who' isn't done with Missy the Master just yet

When Missy was disintegrated by a Cyberman in the Season 8 finale of "Doctor Who," you might have thought her death was permanent. Considering all the pain and turmoil she caused for the Doctor and Clara, this regeneration of the Master...Show More Summary

Angel wings: A tribute to Connie Britton's hair

Ever have that butterfly feeling? Like that weak-in-the-knees, stomach-fluttering feeling? Zap2it gets it too, and it's mostly anytime Connie Britton's hair is shown on screen. Clearly it's not an isolated case: The actress' hair is so popular among fans it has Tumblraccounts devoted to it and even its own Twitter handle. Show More Summary

Kurt Sutter's fantasy 'Sons of Anarchy' ending would enrage fans

With only three episodes left, "Sons of Anarchy" fans can't wait to see how the series is going to end. Chances are it's going to be a very bloody affair, because anything else just wouldn't fit the tone of the show.Creator Kurt Sutter has a bit of a different idea, though. Show More Summary

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