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CBS Greenlights Detective Drama From Creators of Breaking Bad and House

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Good things really do come to those who wait.

CBS has given a series order to Battle Creek, a new(ish) drama from Breaking Bad boss Vince Gilligan and House creator David Shore. READ MORE


ABC Pilot Scoop: Greg Grunberg Has Doubt, Joins House Creator David Shore's New Drama

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No question about it: Greg Grunberg is joining ABC’s pilot Doubt, TVLine has learned.

The legal drama from House creator David Shore centers around Vincent, a former cop-turned-charmingly low-rent lawyer who uses his …READ MORE


House Boss David Shore Answers Burning Finale Qs, Addresses Cuddy, Foreman, Kutner Mysteries

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As of Monday’s finale, House is officially dead and buried — the show, not the title grump — and, in its wake, we’re left with eight years of memories and a dozen burning questions.

Now, the guy we have to thank for those memories, series creator David Shore, has volunteered to also solve — or at least address — the episode’s biggest mysteries. READ MORE


Exclusive: House's New Season Will Pick Up [Major Spoiler Alert] Later!

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HOUSE:  House (Hugh Laurie, L) enjoys a drink at a bar in the "Moving On" season finale episode of HOUSE airing Monday, May 23 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.  ©2011 Fox Broadcasting Co.  Cr:  Ray Mickshaw/FOX

Talk about burying the lead. In my House preview story earlier this week, series creator David Shore told me that Season 8 “will start months after Season 7.” What he neglected to reveal was how many months the show would be jumping forward: READ MORE


Exclusive: House Boss On Finale Fallout: House Wasn't Trying To Kill Cuddy

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House may be a lunatic but he is not a murderer. That’s House creator David Shore’s story and he’s sticking to it. READ MORE


Trailer: The Brains Behind Lost, House, Fringe and Other Shows Dish in Documentary

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Want a peek into the lives of television’s best showrunners? Better yet, are you ready to find out once and for all what exactly a showrunner is? Well, a new documentary has been made just for you and aptly titled Showrunners. READ MORE & WATCH TRAILER


Post Mortem: House Boss Discusses Finale's Controversial Ending, Life After Cuddy

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Gregory House has been called many things over the years. Obnoxious. Selfish. Immoral. Demented. Well, after Monday’s House finale, we can add another adjective: Would-be assassin.

To recap: In the final moments of the Season 7 closer, an unhinged House smashed his car into Cuddy’s home, nearly killing his ex-love, her brand-new beau and other houseguests. Not only did the violent attack forever stick a fork in the phenomenon known as “Huddy,” but it upended viewers’ perception of the show’s title character. Yes, it’s fair to say House‘s Season 7 climax will go down as the show’s most controversial to date.

To help make sense of the craziness and to tease what’s ahead, series creator David Shore agreed to sit down for a quickie post mortem. READ MORE


House Season Finale: Discuss It Here!

HOUSE:  House (Hugh Laurie) does something very unexpected in the "Moving On" season finale episode of HOUSE airing Monday, May 23 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.  ©2011 Fox Broadcasting Co.  Cr:  Ray Mickshaw/FOX

[Warning: If you have yet to watch Monday's season finale of House, run — don’t walk — to the nearest exit. Everyone else, onward and downward….] READ MORE


Amber Tamblyn on Bittersweet House Departure: 'I Didn't Want To Go'

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In the end, Martha Masters just couldn’t play House. Yes, on Monday, Amber Tamblyn’s season-long run on Fox’s medical drama came to an end when her by-the-books character spent a painful day playing by Dr. Crankypants’ rules – in other words, none. While the PYMD’s fate was left up in the air, Tamblyn’s next step is pretty much set in stone: The Joan of Arcadia alum is developing a new Fox series with House exec Katie Jacobs and The Wire co-creator Ed Burns that will find her playing a public school teacher. Just hours before her swan song aired, the actress explained why she opted to not permanently call House home and revealed what Hugh Laurie did that brought her to tears. (No, the nice kind of tears… You’ll see.) READ MORE


Exclusive: House Creator on the Huddy Bombshell and What Lies Ahead

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Warning: If you have yet to watch Monday night’s episode of House, run — don’t walk — to the nearest emergency exit. Everyone else, onward and downward… READ MORE