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Elisabeth Hasselbeck says farewell to 'The View' -- VIDEO

In an emotional farewell speech, Elisabeth Hasselbeck officially said goodbye to her decade-long career on ABC’s The View.

“Today is officially my last day at The View and for a decade, I’ve been able to work efficiently at this table only because, and I mean this with my whole heart, that everyone behind the scenes worked more efficiently,” Hasselbeck said.

Hasselbeck also confirmed reports that she would be starting at Fox & Friends in September, Hasselbeck thanked executives at the Fox network for the opportunity.

Check out her goodbye below: READ FULL STORY

'Great Expectations' sneak peek: Does Gillian Anderson make a good Miss Havisham?

This weekend, Gillian Anderson will try her hand at playing Miss Havisham, one of English literature’s greatest nutcases, in Masterpiece Classic’s adaptation of Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. How does her portrayal differ from those before? Anderson’s Havisham is crazy and a fox. She’s also, very, very good. Part 1 (which airs tomorrow night, check local listings for the time) is so decidedly creepy with Havisham, all the fog and mud, and with Ray Winstone as Magwitch pulling a startled young Pip into the swamp. If there was ever someone you didn’t want to suddenly grab you, number 1 is Magwitch and number 2 is Ray Winstone.

Check it out yourself below with a sample scene (which shows Pip’s introduction to Miss Havisham) and a trailer for the DVD, which goes on sale in the U.S. on Tuesday. READ FULL STORY

'Sherlock' sneak peek: Guess what the detective and Watson will be up to this spring -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

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England’s greatest amateur detective will be back — along with Watson, Lestrade, Mycroft, Mrs. Hudson, and of course, Moriarty — in America soon enough when the second season of BBC’s hit Sherlock reboot hits PBS’s Masterpiece on May 6. But if you can’t wait that long, check out this exclusive trailer for the subsequent DVD and Blu-ray release on May 22.

If you want to solve an extra little puzzle while watching the clip, see if you can pick out the hints at the following conundrums, gambits, schemes, and troubled souls Sherlock (Benedict Cumberbatch) and Watson (Martin Freeman) will come across this year. READ FULL STORY

'Mad Men' actors celebrate the 40th anniversary of 'The Godfather' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

With the Oscars fresh in everyone’s minds, AMC will be celebrating the 40th anniversary of an Academy classic — The Godfather — with back-to-back airings of the original Oscar-winning film and The Godfather: Part II all week long, beginning tonight.

AMC will air The Godfather on Monday and Wednesday at 8 p.m. and midnight (schedule accordingly, central-time zoners!), and The Godfather: Part II on Tuesday and Thursday at 8 p.m. and 12:30 a.m. The trilogy will then be aired in its entirety on Friday, March 2, from 9:30 a.m. through 10 p.m. The celebration culminates on Saturday with AMC’s premiere of the digitally-restored version of The Godfather Saga beginning at 10 a.m.

Check out the exclusive teasers below, featuring choice commentary from Jon Hamm, Vincent Kartheiser, and Jared Harris of Mad Men – you know, that other reason we watch AMC: READ FULL STORY

'Being Human' Q&A: Michael Socha, Lenora Crichlow, and Damien Molony bite into season 4 -- EXCLUSIVE

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No one was singing "Ding-dong Mitchell’s dead" at the end of Being Human’s third season,
when the complicated Irish vamp was killed off so that actor Aidan Turner could depart the show for New Zealand and Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit. So it was a stake in our hearts to find out that between then and yesterday’s fourth season premiere... [If you haven’t watched last night’s Being Human on BBC America, teleport out of here immediately if you don’t like spoilers]

…werewolf Nina (Sinead Keenan) — mother to fellow lycan George’s human daughter — had been beaten to death. And then, by the time the episode was over, George (Russell Tovey) had sacrificed himself to save his newborn — whom we now know is also the “war child” (i.e., the human who will wipeout vampires). READ FULL STORY

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