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Michelle Monaghan's Short Fuschia Dress & Gold Gladiator Shoes - Hot Or Not?

April 27th, 2010 9:07am EDT
Michelle Monaghan
Michelle Monaghan arrived at the "Iron Man 2" premiere in Los Angeles yesterday looking slim and sexy in a eye-catching fuschia dress. We think the dress is attractive, but we don't like it paired with the black and gold heels. What do you think?

Michelle stars in the upcoming film "Due Date" about a soon-to-be father (played by Robert Downey Jr.) and his cross-country trip to make it back in time for his baby's birth - with the only roadblock being the dubious passenger (Zach Galifianakis) who's along for the ride.

Michelle's break-out role was in the TV series "Boston Public," and she'...
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Fox 2008-09 Schedule Is Solid, Surprisingly Straightforward

May 16th, 2008 12:03pm EDT
Eliza Dushku stars in Dollhouse
Usually this is the time of year when people are left scratching their heads, futilely trying to comprehend the four or five schedules that Fox has just unveiled for the upcoming season. This year, however, the folks at Fox have left the confusion of a year-round schedule to NBC, instead choosing to go with a much more conventional (and less headache inducing) Fall/Spring plan.

Fox has been doing fairly well recently, and it is safe to say that "American Idol" is no longer the only show keeping the network afloat (although it doesn't hurt, declining ratings and all). Therefore, it is...
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'Medium' Recap: An Entire Case Rests On The Shoulders Of Ariel Dubois

March 17th, 2008 9:01am EDT
Medium
"Medium" enjoys utilizing its young cast members, the three Dubois daughters, and have often involved their growing psychic gifts as plot devices to move the seasons forward. It was just a few episodes ago that Ariel's dreams about her mother as a teenager helped save a kidnapped girl, and last week Bridgette had a vision about the caller from the credit card company and his apartment being broken into. Even little Marie has proven in the past to be able to watch television shows when the screen shows nothing but static. This week, in "Burn Baby Burn," the first of two connected episodes, a...
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20 Years Later: New Kids On The Block

March 10th, 2008 2:30pm EDT
New Kids On The Block
It's hard to imagine that it's been 20 years since I wore my New Kids On The Block t-shirt holding a pink and black pocket rocker, which was playing "Hanging Tough" of course, in one hand and a sign saying "I hart you Jordan! Merry me!" in the other. Yes, I spelled it that way I was five years old. Even back then I was able to "get on the floor and do the new kids dance" at the outdoor venue in Tinley Park for my very first concert to see the best boyband EVER!

For those who don't remember or weren't born yet, New Kids on the Block was one of the most popular boybands to hit the music ...
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Unnecessary and Unwanted: The Worst TV Cast Additions

March 5th, 2008 3:33pm EST
Ted McGinley
You know them, you loathe them. They are the unnecessary, obnoxious and often just plain annoying mid-series additions to established shows. Sure, there are times when a compelling, fresh-faced character is introduced and breathes new life into a series. Unfortunately, those instances are few and far between. Like with most of the television industry, the bad in this case far outweighs the good.

What follows is a list of the worst cast additions** in the last 30 years. Each and every one of the characters mentioned below was detrimental to the series in which he or she appeared. Som...
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Head of the Class: Best and Worst TV Principals

March 4th, 2008 2:00pm EST
Boston Public principal Steven Harper
Television enthusiasts have encountered a number of fictional school principals over the years. Some made weekly occurrences as regular cast members, while others stole the show in guest or recurring roles. Overall quality of these TV administrators varied greatly, and over the years series' have produced principals on both ends of the spectrum, as well as many in between. We have taken a closer look at some favorites from years past, and come up with a list of the best and worst of the bunch.

The Best

Principal Snyder - Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Some may claim that this a...
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'American Idol' Update: What Happened To Former Favorites?

November 30th, 2007 2:01pm EST
Tamyra Gray
Thousands of people audition in hopes of becoming the next American Idol, but only one person can be crowned the new king or queen of the stage.

Once the show is over and the Idol tour has come to an end, many fans wonder what past contestants are up to since being eliminated from the show. Check out what some of Idol's wannabes are doing now:

Tamyra Gray

After placing fourth in the first season, when she really should have been in the finale, Tamyra Gray went onto bigger and better things. She was added as a cast member in David E. Kelly's TV series Boston Public as the role o...
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John Francis Daley Joins 'Bones' As Series Regular

October 30th, 2007 11:57am EDT
Bones
John Francis Daley has joined the cast of the FOX series Bones as a series regular. Daley plays "Dr. Lance Sweets," a young FBI-appointed therapist with whom Dr. Temperance Brennan and FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth are ordered to meet in order to determine if their crime-solving partnership can continue.

Of Daley's addition to the cast, "Bones" creator and executive producer Hart Hanson said: "He is terrifically funny and very appealing while projecting intelligence, which injects his scenes with all our actors, especially Emily and David, with a kind of rollicking energy that is a re...
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'Wildfire: Season Two' Comes To DVD November 6

October 23rd, 2007 5:30pm EDT
Wildfire
Wildfire: Season Two DVD features all 13 episodes, which originally aired on ABC Family in January 2006. The DVD also includes an exclusive look at the show's new musical direction featuring the television debut of some of today's hottest rising artists.

DVD Special Features:

-"Music of Wildfire" featurette: An exclusive look at the new and exciting musical direction of Season Two that featured performances from James Blunt and other great artists. Includes interviews and behind-the-scenes footage.

-Audio commentaries with the cast and crew on all 13 episodes.

Cast:

Gen...
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It Takes A Predator To Put One Away! Shark Season One Arrives On DVD Oct. 2

September 20th, 2007 8:00pm EDT
Shark
CENTURY CITY, Calif. - Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the courthouse… Fox Home Entertainment presents the dramatic first season of one of last fall's surprise television hits when Shark Season One comes to DVD October 2nd.

Three-time Emmy®* winner James Woods (Be Cool, Casino) stars as top-notch celebrity defense attorney Sebastian Stark aka "Shark," a nickname earned through his merciless style of practicing law. When a simple twist of fate forces him to question his methods, Stark finds himself on the opposing team, working as a prosecutor for the Los Angeles Distric...
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