Julie Miller

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‘American Horror Story’ Will Get Different Actors, Haunting and Storyline in Season 2

After two and a half months worth of shocking plot turns on “American Horror Story,” series creator Ryan Murphy ended the first season last night in the only way fitting for the twisted FX show…by sentencing all of his characters to the worst imaginable fate. This morning, after watching the season closer on television like […]

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Jane Kaczmarek and Peter Gallagher Make War – and Love – on ‘Whitney’

It’s the most wonderful time of the year — the holidays, which brings television viewers some of most special episodes of the season. Thursday, “Whitney” gets in on the festivities with a special episode entitled “Christmas is Cummings,” which welcomes veteran actors Peter Gallagher and Jane Kaczmarek to the NBC sitcom as the title character’s […]

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Boy Meets ‘New Girl’ in Quirky Romantic Twist

On last week’s “New Girl,” viewers watched as Jess (Zooey Deschanel) and Nick (Jake Johnson) shared a totally adorkable teeth-brushing moment that proved once and for all that these two characters have chemistry. But before the roommates can explore that romantic terrain, Justin Long is joining the cast for a three-episode arc as Paul, a […]

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Littlest ‘Middle’ Star Atticus Shaffer Previews This Week’s Crazy Texting War

So far during the third season of ABC’s family sitcom “The Middle,” the awkward yet adorable youngest member of the Heck family, Brick, has quoted Shakespeare, obsessed over a food delivery catalog, caught his first trout, skipped gym class (with his teacher’s permission) and dressed up as the ghost of Ernest Hemingway for Halloween. What could […]

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Josh Groban Teases Possible ‘Office’ Sing-Off

After seven long seasons watching “The Office,” viewers finally get to meet Andy Bernard’s brother on tonight’s “Garden Party” episode, when the cast leaves Dunder Mifflin for a field trip to Schrute Farms. And who better to play the younger brother of Ed Helms’s character — the preppy, Ivy League-educated, a cappella-singing “Nard Dog” — […]

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