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Dexter Season 8 Spoilers

One Tree Hill‘s Tutor Girl is taking her talents to Dexter.

Bethany Joy Lenz has booked a recurring role in the Showtime saga’s upcoming eighth (and final?) season …READ MORE


TVLine Items: Jim Parsons Goes Live! with Kelly, Bonus Community Christmas Fun and More!

LOS ANGELES, CA - AUGUST 29:  Actor Jim Parsons, winner of the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series for "The Big Bang Theory" poses in the press room at the 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards held at the JW Marriott Los Angeles at L.A. Live on August 29, 2010 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images)

Big Bang Theory‘s Jim Parsons will take a stab at guest co-hosting Live! with Kelly on Tuesday, Jan. 3. Also joining the Regis-less Kelly Ripa during the first week of the new year are hubby-of-the-host Mark Consuelos, Californication‘s David Duchovny and Parks and Recreation‘s Rob Lowe.

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TVLine Items: USA Sneak Peeks Psych Premiere, ABC Comedy Hosts Lost Reunion, and More

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Psych fans will be psyched to hear this: In honor of the comedy’s upcoming sixth season, USA Network is hosting a Fan Appreciation Day that will feature …READ MORE


Exclusive: Mary Tyler Moore and Betty White Reunite In Cleveland

After more than three decades, former Mary Tyler Moore Show sparring partners Mary Tyler Moore and Betty White are about to go another round.

Moore has been tapped to guest star in the Jan. 19 second-season premiere of White’s TV Land sitcom Hot In Cleveland. Details on Moore’s role are being kept under wraps, but a Cleveland source hints that she will be involved in the storyline that saw White’s caretaker character Elka get arrested in the Season 1 finale.

This will mark the first time the comedy legends have appeared on screen together in 33 years. Cleveland — which averaged a record-shattering 4.7 million cume total viewers in its first season — was renewed in July for a 20-episode second season.

This story was originally posted to Deadline.com.