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Jimmie Walker uttered one of the signature catchphrases of the 1970s, but it took some persuading to get him to do it.
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The CW says it's developing an online spinoff of the "Veronica Mars" series.
Walton Goggins says he relied on the memory of Elmore Leonard to help him through a tough day on the set of TV's "Justified."
Billy Bob Thornton said actors who want to work on sophisticated projects are finding them in television and not film.
The producers of "American Idol" said Monday that the show's new season will include changes to freshen it, including expanded song choices for contestants.
Jack Bauer is back, and he's on the run in London.
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PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — British-born John Oliver says his adopted America is a comedy feast.