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Alias (tv program)

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  • Melinda Clarke on 'The Vampire Diaries,' 'The O.C.' and her new CW pilot

     
    When news broke that Melinda Clarke would be joining "The Vampire Diaries" as Kelly Donovan, Matt and Vicki's absentee mom, fans who knew her from her work on "The O.C." and "C.S.I." were thrilled. After three episodes, Clarke has already......
  • Is 'Glee' doomed to lose best comedy series at the Emmys?

     
    Beware, fans of "Glee." Don't assume that the Fox TV mega-hit series is destined to win best comedy series at the Emmys just because it recently bagged the equivalent trophies from the Golden Globes and SAG Awards. "Glee" may be doomed to lose just...
  • J.J. Abrams new series, ‘Undercovers,’ picked up by NBC

     
    J.J. Abrams has a strong record in television: “Felicity,” “Alias,” “Lost,” “Fringe.” And he has a new series coming next season: the spy drama “Undercovers.” NBC picked up the series today...
  • 'Chuck': Here come the Bickersons

     
    Did I miss a scene in Monday's episode of "Chuck" where Chuck said, "I'm sure nothing could go wrong!" and then the camera panned across some shelf full of computer manuals, only to glide back down onto the face of......
  • Upfronts: Scripted shows on NBC - a reversal of fortune

     
    NBC has fallen in love with scripted shows again. In a bid to slash costs last year, the beleaguered network put a record-low seven hours of scripted programming on its weekly prime-time schedule. Nearly one-quarter of the lineup was devoted......
  • Pilot Season: First look at CBS' 2010 drama pilots

     
    There's an adage about writing that advises those wanting to communicate through the written word to write what they know. This pilot season, CBS, the network that turned its fortunes on many successful crime procedurals, is sticking to that motto.......