USA is getting a little ax-happy.
Earlier this week, the cable channel announced that it's canceling two of its newest shows: “Common Law” and “Fairly Legal."
If you find yourself short a Halloween party, stay in on October 31 and watch ABC’s “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown” at 8 p.m. ET — or DVR it, and replay the memories after a night of tricking and treating.
Here's what else you shouldn't miss this week:
What do Thor, Captain America and Batman have in common? (Hint: it’s not spandex.)
All three characters, along with Iron Man and the Hulk, made the top five guys’ picks in this year’s list of the most in-demand movie-inspired Halloween costumes, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Meanwhile, women picked a "Dark Knight Rises"-inspired Catwoman as their No. 1 costume choice.
LeAnn Rimes, after a month in a voluntary treatment program, is heading to Katie Couric.
The country singer will appear on Thursday’s episode of “Katie" to discuss her life and career in the wake of tabloid scrutiny over everything from her former marriage to her battle with anxiety.
“Private Practice” will soon close up shop for good.
Creator and executive producer Shonda Rhimes announced on her website Friday that the “Grey’s Anatomy” spin-off, which is already several episodes into its sixth season, will be wrapping up this year:
If the latest “American Horror Story” preview is any clue, its new season should be killer.
The first five minutes of Wednesday’s season premiere were recently released online, and it looks like the FX drama’s second installment, set in an asylum for the criminally insane, is full of killers, nymphomaniacs, psychopaths and Zachary Quinto in a skinny tie.
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