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Parenthood's Lauren Graham and Jason Ritter Talk Romance, Punches and TV Show Reunions

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Parenthood‘s Sarah and Mark (played by Lauren Graham and Jason Ritter) seem like the perfect, happy couple, so naturally, the show’s writers plan to send them through a romantic obstacle course, of sorts. In tonight’s episode (airing on NBC at 10/9c), Mark will face a lot of Bravermans, but the biggest challenge comes from someone outside the family.

TVLine caught up with Lauren Graham and Jason Ritter to talk about …READ MORE


Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Glee, Gossip Girl, Grey's, Castle, SVU, Bones, Community and More!

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Got a scoop request? An anonymous tip you’re dying to share? Just want to say hi? Send any/all of the above to askausiello@tvline.com

Question: Will Quinn be meeting her daughter soon on Glee? —Cindy
Ausiello:
Considering the fact that Idina Menzel (a.k.a. the kid’s adoptive mother, Shelby) is returning for a major arc, I think it’s probably a safe bet that Quinn (and possibly baby daddy Puck) will cross paths with their daughter at some point. But the $1 million dollar question is whether the inevitable reunion will awaken any maternal feelings in the teen mom. If the buzz I heard at Sunday’s Emmys is to be believed, it will. And my guess is that can only mean one thing: Quinn’s going to want her baby back baby back baby back. READ MORE


Scoop: NBC's The Event To Continue on Syfy?

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Mere minutes after NBC canceled freshman thriller The Event on the unlucky Friday, May 13, show creator Nick Wauters and executive producer Steve Stark told fans that there was a chance the drama could continue elsewhere. That possibility is now taking shape. READ MORE


Finale Ratings: Chicago Code and Event End on Up Note, House Takes Sharp Turn

THE CHICAGO CODE: Jarek (Jason Clarke, L) and Caleb (Matt Lauria, R) try to close the case against Alderman Gibbons in the "Mike Royko's Revenge" season finale episode of THE CHICAGO CODE airing Monday, May 23 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. ©2011 Fox Broadcasting Co. CR: Jeffery Garland/FOX

Both Fox’s The Chicago Code and NBC’s The Event wrapped up their one-and-done runs on a high note this Monday night.

Chicago Code copped its best numbers since … READ MORE


Breaking: NBC Axes Law & Order: LA, The Event and Outsourced

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Don’t try to tell anyone at The EventLaw & Order: L.A., and Outsourced that it’s silly to be scared of Friday the 13th: NBC cancelled all three shows today. READ MORE


Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Castle, How I Met Your Mother, Psych, Gossip Girl, Big Bang, and More!

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Got a scoop request? An anonymous tip you’re dying to share? Just want to say hi? Send any/all of the above to askausiello@tvline.com

Question: I’m dying for more information on Castle and Beckett sharing the same hotel room in Castle‘s upcoming L.A. episode. —Ashley
Ausiello:
It’s not as contrived as it sounds. There’s actually a very plausible explanation for the slumber party. “Beckett booked a hotel on a cop’s salary that’s located all the way out in the valley,” explains exec producer Andrew W. Marlowe, “and Castle has a two-bedroom suite at a high-end hotel in Beverly Hills.” Um, duh. The Valley vs. 90210? Take it from an L.A. sorta-native — it’s a no-brainer. Anyway, one thing leads to another which, in turn, leads to… sex? “She certainly thinks about it, and considers it,” teases Marlowe. “She’s emotionally raw because they’ve come out to Los Angeles in the aftermath of the murder of her training officer, so she’s dealing with those emotions and kind of where she is in life. We call it our ‘Walls of Jericho’ moment for any [viewers] out there who are fans of It Happened One Night.” (Someone please CliffsNotes that last sentence for me in the comments; I cover TV, not movies.)

Question: Any scoop on The Big Bang Theory? —Amanda
Ausiello:
An upcoming episode sounds as much like Grey’s Anatomy as it does BBT. When Howard breaks it to his overbearing mother that he and Bernadette are engaged, …READ MORE


Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Grey's Anatomy Chuck, Gossip Girl, Glee, NCIS: LA and More!

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Question: Do you know what will happen in the Grey’s Anatomy finale? —Shaz
Ausiello:
Unlike last year’s deadly bloodbath of a climax, which had a profound impact on everyone at Seattle Grace, this season’s cliffhanger will focus on three characters in particular. “Meredith, Cristina and Alex are all left in a position that’s surprising,” hints series creator Shonda Rhimes. “I think fans are going to be very surprised about a lot of the things that happen [in the episode]. A lot of things get turned on their head.” …READ MORE


'Renew Our Show' Bracket Tourney Continues! Give a Second Season to Nikita or The Event

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They were arguably the two hottest pilots of the fall 2010 TV season, but neither The CW’s Nikita or NBC’s The Event are locks for a second season. Which is exactly the reason we’ve put the two freshman series in hand-to-hand combat as part of the first annual “Renew Our Show!” Sweet 16 Bracket Tournament. …READ MORE


The Event On the Bubble: Keep Or Cut?

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THE EVENT -- "Inostranka" Episode 112 -- Pictured: Laura Innes as Sophia McGuire -- Photo by: Chris Haston/NBC

By mid-May, the networks will make some tough calls as to which shows will return for the 2011-12 TV season, and which are dunzo. In addition to TVLine’s ongoing “Renew Our Show!” Bracket Tournament, we are singling out select “bubble” shows to size up their prospects. Today, we ask: Does NBC’s future look Event-ful? READ MORE


Ratings: House Easily Wins the Night, While The Event… Um, Fares Better Than The Cape?

THE EVENT -- "And Then There Were More" Episode 111 -- Pictured: (l-r) Anna Clark as Samantha Buchanan, Sarah Roemer as Leila Buchanan, Jason Ritter as Sean Walker -- Photo by: Chris Haston/NBC

A polarizing episode of Fox’s House handily won the night this Monday, besting all comers in both total viewers (with 11.1 million, its second-largest audience of the season) and in the demo (scoring a 3.8 rating).

Elsewhere, NBC’s The Event resumed its freshman run by … READ MORE