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TVLine Items: Eastbound & Down Lands Lindsay Lohan, That '70s Show Tragedy and More

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Lindsay Lohan‘s career is headed Eastbound & Down.

The tabloid magnet will guest-star in a wedding-themed episode of the HBO comedy’s final season …READ MORE


Eastbound's Final Season Drafts Ken Marino

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Looks like Ken Marino is going to be very busy in the near future.

The Childrens Hospital star, who on Wednesday announced …READ MORE


HBO Sets Eastbound & Down End Date

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It’s game over for Kenny Powers.

HBO has announced that Eastbound & Down‘s eight-episode fourth season, premiering Sept. 29, will be the show’s last. READ MORE


Cable Ratings: Girls Good, Game of Thrones Steady, The Client List Swells

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It’s not exactly “Girls gone wild,” but HBO will take it.

The pay cabler’s well-reviewed new comedy on Sunday night premiered to … READ MORE


TVLine Items: Doctor Who Christmas Special Sets Date, Grey's Alum Enters Secret Circle and More!

DOCTOR WHO CHRSITMAS SPECIAL 2011

Who‘s ready for a holiday treat?

BBC America has officially announced that Doctor Who: The Doctor, The Widow and The Wardrobe –  the cult hit’s Christmas special for 2011 — is set to premiere …READ MORE & WATCH PREVIEW


TVLine Items: AMC Vet to Y&R, Days Returns, Harry Smith Exits CBS for NBC, and More

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ALL MY CHILDREN - Daytime Emmy Award winner, Debbi Morgan returns as Angie Hubbard on Friday, January 18, 2008 on ABC Daytime's "All My Children."  "All My Children" airs Monday-Friday (1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.       AMC07
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When (or if) All My Children does find new life online, it will be sans one Angie Hubbard. Following weeks of speculation, Emmy winner Debbi Morgan has inked a deal to join CBS sudser The Young and the Restless, starting … READ MORE


Emmys 2011: Sizing Up the Best Comedy Race — And Sharing Our Dream Nominees

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Summertime isn’t all about pool parties and picnics — at least not here at TVLine. No, for us this week marks the official start of Emmy season, seeing as the nomination process is about to begin, culminating in the July 14 reveal of who did/didn’t got a nod. In the coming days, we’ll be taking a close look at all the contenders in the major races and highlighting our dream candidates — the six shows and performers in each category that we think voters should recognize when they fill out their ballots.

First up: Outstanding Comedy Series … READ MORE & VOTE