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Lie To Me‘s Tim Roth Talks About New Seasons and New Showrunners!

Lie To Me star Tim Roth talks about the upcoming season and the changes behind the scenes. Read More »

Lie To Me‘s Shawn Ryan Dishes On Season Two And Who Will Wear His Shoes In Season Three!

Shawn Ryan reveals what's up next for Lie To Me and who will be taking over the reins from him. Read More »

FOX Unveils 2010/2011 Primetime Schedule

FOX's fall and spring schedule offers three new dramas and four new comedies, including a new comedy for Will Arnett and a new cop drama from Shawn Ryan. Read More »

Bones‘ Hart Hanson and Emily Deschanel Dish on the Season Five Finale

Creator Hart Hanson and star Emily Deschanel spill about "The Beginning in the End," the season ender for Bones. Read More »

Interview with Bones‘ Kathy Reichs about Forensic Anthropology, Temperance Brennan, Spider Bones, and Virals

Author Kathy Reichs speaks about her own career, Temperance Brennan's next case, and her first foray into the young adult market. Read More »

Author Kathy Reichs Chats About Writing “The Witch In The Wardrobe” for FOX’s Bones

Author Kathy Reichs writes her first TV episode of Bones, the show inspired by her best selling books. Read More »

HBO Debuts New Webisode of True Blood Online

Alan Ball and HBO release online the first of six new webisodes of hit show True Blood because waiting sucks. Read More »

Book News: John Edgar Wideman and Lulu Offer A Microstory Writing Contest

John Edgar Wideman teams up with Lulu to offer a writing contest for a chance to be included in his new book, Briefs: Stories For The Palm Of The Mind. Read More »

Viggo Mortensen and David Cronenberg Reteam for Two New Films

Retirement nowhere in sight for Viggo Mortensen, as he and David Cronenberg team up for The Talking Cure and the sequel to Eastern Promises. Read More »

Book Review: The Writer’s Notebook: Craft Essays from Tin House by Dorothy Allison, Jim Shepard, et al

If you can't take part in Tin House's summer workshop on writing, this book is the next best thing. Read More »