Video: Behold TVLine's Insanely Star-Studded and Totally Shameless Birthday Flashback

No exaggeration: There are astronomers who will never see as many stars as you will in TVLine’s third anniversary clipfest!

Besides shining a nostalgic spotlight on some of the actors who’ve joined Michael Ausiello and Matt Mitovich on the Spoiler Alert! couch, the video flashes back to Comic-Cons past, walks a marathon’s worth of red carpets, takes you to the sets of such series as Bones and Community, and …READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO

Video: Everything You Didn't See on the Emmy Red Carpet… Until Now!

TVLine’s Michael Ausiello may have made it appear in his interviews from the Emmys that it was all glamour, glamour, scoop, scoop on the red carpet. But it wasn’t. There were also a whole lot of tense moments, nervous laughter and a disturbing reference to a dish called “weird coconut fish.” READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO

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Video: Nashville's Connie Britton Previews a Post- Coma 'Rayna 2.0'... and Her Multiple 'Fellas'

Connie Britton: great actress, terrible fibber.

Although the Nashville star tries in this video to convince TVLine that “it’s not looking good” for her comatose character, she can’t quite keep a straight face while doing so. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO

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Nashville Scoop: Oliver Hudson Joins Season 2 Cast -- Will He Make Beautiful Music With Rayna?

Deacon, meet your competition.

Rules of Engagement‘s Oliver Hudson is making his way to Nashville this fall as a recurring love interest for Connie Britton’s Rayna, TVLine has learned.

According to sources, Hudson will play a …READ MORE

Nashville Exclusive: Connie Britton Kisses and Tells on 'Micromanaged' Rayna-Deacon Sex Scene, Breaks 'News' About FNL Film

Last week’s long-awaited romantic ‘collision’ between star-crossed lovers Rayna and Deacon on Nashville was not nearly as intimate an experience off screen as it was on.

“That might have been one of the most micromanaged [moments] in television history,” the drama’s luminous leading lady, Connie Britton, tells me in the following video Q&A. “There were a lot of …READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO