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'All My Children': See the soap's first Online Network teaser -- VIDEO

Hey, the gang looks pretty good in the “new” Pine Valley! The Online Network just released the first official teaser for the new season of All My Children, which premieres April 29.

Here’s how it’s setting up the new round of 30-minute episodes: “After a gunshot was fired five years ago, how has life in Pine Valley changed? Who will find love? Who will seek revenge? The characters you have come to love, the characters you will meet for the first time… Find out when all new daily episodes begin, Monday, April 29th.”

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'New Girl' throws Cece a bachelorette party: 'Oil up or get out, guys!' -- FIRST LOOK VIDEOS

Shippers may still be reeling over New Girl‘s Cece (Hannah Simone) forsaking Schmidt (Max Greenfield) to walk down the aisle with her Indian beau Shivrang (Satya Bhabha), but the model herself is ready to party in Tuesday night’s episode. In an exclusive preview clip, Simone spills the dirt on the surprise bachelorette party Jess (Zooey Deschanel) throws Cece — not to mention all the phallic decorations, revelations, and staged abductions that follow. Watch it after the jump. READ FULL STORY

Vinny Guadagnino talk show to bow after 'MTV Movie Awards' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

A Jersey Shore star has been rewarded a pretty sweet platform to premiere his new talk show.

A sneak peek of The Show With Vinny, which features host Vinny Guadagnino, his Uncle Nino and a (breakout) appearance by his mom Paola, will air at 11 p.m. this Sunday after the MTV Movie Awards, EW has learned exclusively.

The project, as first announced by EW.com, will eschew the usual talk format by taking celebrities out of the studio and having Guadagnino interview them in his Staten Island home with his mom around to cook — and provide colorful commentary.

Here’s a promo for The Show With Vinny that includes some very special guests from the upcoming movie Pain & Gain: READ FULL STORY

'The Carrie Diaries' scoop: See Walt and Bennet kiss in the season finale -- EXCLUSIVE PHOTO

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This coming Monday is the season finale of The CW’s The Carrie Diaries and marks a major episode for Brendan Dooling’s Walt — who is finally beginning to feel comfortable being gay. Case in point? The big smooch he plants on Bennet (Jake Robinson) on the streets of New York! “Walt is coming into his own,” explains Dooling. “He takes a very big step, a big leap in a direction he’s never gone before. He’s taking the bull by the horns. Instead of things happening to him and trying to figure them out, he’s in a position where he’s trying to assert himself.”
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First Look: See the zombies invading Amazon's new 'Zombieland' pilot

You already got a glimpse at the apocalyptic survivors in Amazon’s new Zombieland pilot, now we’ve got your first look at the zombies out to get them.

In the still above, Columbus (Tyler Ross) and Wichita (Maiara Walsh) try to avoid getting eaten by a zombiefied old lady. She’s one of many un-dead attackers they’ll encounter in the pilot.

“You will see plenty of violence and blood and gore like you did in the movie,” says Paul Wernick, who, along with co-writer Rhett Reese, penned the film and now pilot. “People can expect a lot of zombie attacks in Zombieland for sure.” READ FULL STORY

'CSI': See 'Justified' actor growl at Nick and D.B. -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Neal McDonough — always a winner at playing antagonistic, and somewhat bizarre, dudes  — steps inside the yellow tape on Wednesday’s episode of CSI on CBS. This time the actor who was last seen on FX’s Justified portrays an agoraphobic who likes to live underground, and off the grid. READ FULL STORY

'Smash': See Liza Minnelli duet with star Christian Borle -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

NBC’s Smash has seen its share of divas guest-starring, like Jennifer Hudson and Bernadette Peters. But the series scores a major coup with the grande dame of Broadway Liza Minnelli appearing as herself on this Saturday’s episode. Minnelli performs a duet with Tom (Christian Borle) while Ivy (Megan Hilty) watches from a nearby table. Watch the piano bar magic below. READ FULL STORY

'General Hospital': See official anniversary photo

As part of General Hospital’s 50th Anniversary celebration, the cast gathered for a special portrait — 1,963 of which will be available for fans to buy. (Get it? That’s the year the show began. Clever birds, those soap people!) READ FULL STORY

'General Hospital': See how it began in 1963 -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

To help celebrate General Hospital’s 50th anniversary on April 1, EW obtained an exclusive look at the very first scenes from the long-running ABC sudser — which, naturally, begins with images of busy nurses (and a fairly ominous soundtrack). Brace yourself for the Twilight Zone feel of the original black and white episode, and see if you recognize anyone! READ FULL STORY

William Petersen talks new gig, returning to 'CSI' -- EXCLUSIVE

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William Petersen remains one of the more sought-after actors to headline a TV show but the former star of CSI isn’t ready to come back to broadcast TV … yet. Instead, he’s set to appear Friday opposite Julia Stiles in Blue, a web series in its second season from Rodrigo Garcia (Albert Nobbs, In Treatment) about a single mom who’s trying to protect her son from the consequences of her secret career as an upscale escort. Petersen, who splits his time between Los Angeles and Chicago, plays Blue’s (Stiles) father, who has been in jail for the majority of her life and is serving a life sentence.

“Rodrigo just asked,” Petersen tells EW of the one-day shoot in Culver City, CA. “It was kind of cool, this two-person scene. I mean, there’s no money. But it’s sort of old school filmmaking. It was bare bones, a couple of walls. A piece of glass.”

Here’s an exclusive peek at Blue, which can be found on You Tube’s WIGS channel. The current season of Blue ends April 5 and also stars Mark Consuelos, Holly Robinson Peete and Kathleen Quinlan. READ FULL STORY

'The Getaway' vacations with Joel McHale, Aziz Ansari, Aisha Tyler and more -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to explore Belfast with Joel McHale, Hong Kong with Aziz Ansari, and Paris with Aisha Tyler, you’re in luck. On April 23, Esquire Network debuts The Getaway, a 10-part series from Anthony Bourdain and Zero Point Productions that tails celebrities in their favorite cities. Watch an exclusive preview below. READ FULL STORY

'The Good Wife': 'Homeland' actress to star -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Morena Baccarin is getting really good at playing a wife who’s afraid of her husband.

In Sunday’s episode of The Good Wife, the Homeland actress plays the new bride of Colin Sweeney (Dylan Baker), a recurring character who may (or may not) have killed his first wife.

Also in the episode: Diane proposes marriage! Here’s a sneak peek of the promo.

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Jeanne Cooper: My favorite 'Young and the Restless' episodes -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

UPDATE: Jeanne Cooper, the longtime star of CBS’ The Young and the Restless, died on May 8, 2013, at the age of 84. In March 2013, EW talked with the actress about the series’ 40th anniversary and asked her to select some of her favorite episodes, linked below.

ORIGINAL POST: “(My agent) said ‘I know you. You won’t like doing it. Even with the stage you don’t like doing it for six months. You will get very bored playing the same person.’ I said you’re right, so I just kept hiding on island after island in Hawaii. Finally (Producer) John Conboy said, we have to have her. I caught a red-eye out for the table read. William Gray Espy, the young lead who played Snapper, warned everybody that I was a tough lady who doesn’t put up with a lot of nonsense. I was going to give it my all for three years but all of a sudden, when you are creating another person who grows with you, Katherine grew with me. I grew with her. It was fascinating. Then, of course, I got a divorce and couldn’t afford to be too terribly hard ass about what I was and wasn’t going to do. You have to admit, to have a paycheck coming in weekly for 40 years is pretty great. I did not join this show when I was 21. I was 45. Everybody was shocked I would do this and stay with it. [Co-creator] Bill Bell gave me carte blanche to do what I wanted. READ FULL STORY

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