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Ding dong, the wicked witch was almost dead on True Blood last night.

But Marnie survived a machine gun shooting, sort of, concluding the penultimate episode of season four by swooping into Lafayette's body. Ah, the dangerous, confusing, messy life of a medium.

Elsewhere, Alcide killed his packmaster; Jason admitted to feelings for Jessica; and Eric sucked the blood from a witch's heart. How will the season come to an end? Check out the following promo for "And When I Die" now:

** Remember to bookmark the True Blood spoilers section at TV Fanatic for the latest series scoop!

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Quinn has pink hair. Brittany is building a time machine. And Will is finally making a move on Emma?

Fox has released a new preview for season three of Glee, which premieres on September 20. It features the first actual footage from fall episodes, which will include the Glee Project winners and, according to creator Ryan Murphy, focus more then ever before on the main characters.

Are you excited for the new season? Check out the promo now.

And for the most up-to-date Glee spoilers, bookmark our friends at TV Fanatic now!

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Pretty Little Liars left viewers hanging with a summer finale this week that concluded with the girls in serious trouble.

Yes, fans will need to wait until January for answers - did Jenna and Garrett really kill Alison? What did Jason find in his house? - but ABC Family will deliver a Halloween treat on October 19. Tune in on that date for "The First Secret," a special look back to the very first game A played.

The episode won't factor in to current storylines, but it should still be a can't-miss for loyal fans. Check out the official trailer below and then visit TV Fanatic's section of Pretty Little Liars spoilers.

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With the new TV season fast approaching, THG and our friends at TV Fanatic are here to update readers on what's to come on your favorite returning program.

Last week, we delivered a primer on The Vampire Diaries. Now, it's on to one of the most intense shows on television. Follow this link for a longer rundown of Sons of Anarchy spoilers and consider the following trailer/teases...

  • There will be a marriage on the season premiere.
  • There will be a 14-month time jump.
  • Tara will have given birth to Jax's second son and named him Thomas.
  • There will be a new sheriff in Charming.
  • Clay will have more difficulty than ever with his hands.
  • Jax will consider giving up SAMCRO for his new family.

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When we said goodbye to Mystic Falls in May, Stefan had joined up with Klaus; Jeremy's ex-girlfriends had returned as ghosts; and Damon had been looking really sexy.

So, where will everything stand on the September 15 premiere? Our friends at TV Fanatic have posted a number of The Vampire Diaries spoilers to get fans prepared for a new season. Among them:

  • Stefan is globe-trotting and committing many murders with Klaus.
  • Elena is turning 18.
  • Caroline and Tyler are figuring out their relationship.
  • Alaric is grieving the death of Jenna and trying to act as a father to her niece and nephew.
  • Damon? He's still looking really sexy.

Are you a fan of The Vampire Diaries? Which blood sucker-based franchise do you like best?

 

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It's already found success with vampires (The Vampire Diaries) and demon hunters (Supernatural), so can you really blame The CW for delving into the realm of witches this fall?

Debuting on Thursday nights in September, the network will air The Secret Circle, a drama based on a series of novels by L..J. Smith and starring Britt Robertson as a teenager who discovers her destiny is based around a coven of spell casters.

Will you give the series a shot? Check out the following extended promo and get a better idea of what to expect from the show:

For all The Secret Circle spoilers, photos, news items and more, bookmark our friends at TV Fanatic now!

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What does a TV show do when it's been off the air for three months and needs to capture the attention of viewers?

Easy: time for some girl-on-girl action!

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As teased previously, Rumer Willis' Gia and Jessica Lowndes' Adrianna will explore a relationship when 90210 returns with new episodes next week. The former is already out as a lesbian, but why does the latter - who has been known to sleep with (a lot!) of men - experiment with the same sex?

Because she runs into Gia at an AA meeting. D'uh! How can that not lead to the following make-out scene?!?

Explaining the storyline to People, Lowndes said:

“Adrianna and Gia share a special bond. My character starts questioning whether or not sexuality is measured on a spectrum, if it’s black and white or if it comes down to who you connect with and who you are compatible with. I’m excited as an actress to tell the story.”

You can read about more 90210 spoilers right now, but we have no need to. Two girls kissing? We're totally in!

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They may not be real doctors, but they cure what ails us on TV. Well, most of the time at least. Either way, we live and die with these characters weekly.

Here are The Hollywood Gossip's 10 favorite TV doctors ...

10. Dr. Fitch Cooper, Nurse Jackie. "Doctors don't heal, they diagnose. We heal." Okay, that line is actually from the title character. But "Coop" is a great supplement to Jackie. He also sleeps with Jennie Garth and stars in New Moon!

9. Dr. Andy Yablonski, Three Rivers. If CBS' new show about transplants seen via different points of view survives, it can thank Alex O'Loughlin. Hot.

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8. Dr. Olivia Benford, FlashForward. ABC's uneven sci-fi series has a lot of flaws. Sonya Walger (a.k.a. Penny from Lost) is actually not among them!

7. Drs. Dylan Walsh and Julian McMahon, Nip/Tuck. Whether the plastic surgeons are fathering illegitimate children, face-disfiguring serial rapists, or performing tummy tucks, there's not much to like about these two. Just how we like it.

6. Dr. Charlotte King, Private Practice. The Grey's Anatomy spinoff features a number of worthy candidates, but we're taking KaDee Strickland's smack-talking, ass-kicking, emotionally stunted and gorgeous Southern belle.

5. Dr. Leo Spaceman, 30 Rock. When you need medical advice ... seek it from anyone but Dr. Leo Spaceman (pronounced spa-che-men). But for comedy, Chris Parnell's doctor may be unrivaled (as are his 30 Rock quotes).

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4. Drs. Miranda Bailey and Cristina Yang, Grey's Anatomy. We know. How do we not pick McDreamy or McSteamy? Because Chandra Wilson and Sandra Oh have nine Emmy nominations combined for a reason, that's why.

3. Dr. Elliot Reid, Scrubs. We've had a huge crush on her for years. She's part neurotic nerdy and part Barbie doll. Basically ... marry us, Elliot?

2. Dr. Jack Shephard, Lost. If Jack weren't aboard Oceanic Flight 815, the castaways would have been lost without their de facto leader in Seasons One and Two. Then Ben would have died in Season Three! Thank you Jack!

1. Dr. Gregory House, House M.D. ''What would you prefer, a doctor who holds your hand while you die or one who ignores you while you get better?" That would be House summed up in one quote. And he's still the best.

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They make us laugh. They make us cry. They occasionally make us change the channel when the wife walks in, or want to hurl the remote at the screen. What would TV be without romances ranging from depraved to desperate to delightfully boring?

Here are The Hollywood Gossip's top 10 TV couples of this fall ...

10. Violet and Auggie (Melrose Place)

Conniving Violet and recovering addict Auggie, who flirt constantly on the Melrose remake, are on this only because their "chemistry" offers so much unintentional comedy. And got both Ashlee Simpson and Colin Egglesfield fired.

9. Meredith and Derek (Grey's Anatomy)

Meredith and Derek (McDreamy) have been together so long, it's almost as if there is no relationship drama left for Grey's Anatomy to waste time on. Which is a good thing, after year after year of breakups and will-they-won't-they nonsense.

8. Betty and Don (Mad Men)

We're suckers for the period piece. And January Jones. She and Jon Hamm may look like a wholesome '50s couple, but they aren’t that innocent. Or even close.

What's not to love about Jim and Pam from The Office?

7. Jim and Pam (The Office)

These two have melted our hearts, and made us laugh along with the rest of the Dunder Mifflin gang with memorable Office Quotes from day one. When their baby arrives later this year, we might just burst from cute overload.

6. Darryl and Roxie (Eastwick)

Newbie witch Roxie (Rebecca Romijn) may be dating much younger Chad (Matt Dallas) but can’t resist a more mature, mysterious Darryl Van Horne (Paul Gross).

5. Peter and Elizabeth (White Collar)

Just a few episodes in, new USA series White Collar features Peter (Tim DeKay) and Elizabeth (Tiffani Thiessen), who may struggle to make time to see each other, but always find a way to make up for lost time, if you know what we mean.

4. Bill and Sookie (True Blood)

This HBO twosome definitely wins most R-rated! Sookie (Anna Paquin) and Bill (Stephen Moyer) have lots and lots of sex. They may be madly in love, although another vampire, Eric (Alexander Skarsgard) poses a potential threat.

Stephen Moyer and Anna Paquin

Two very different but equally appealing vampire couples make our list.

3. Stefan and Elena (The Vampire Diaries)

Mystic Falls high school student Elena (Nina Dobrev) is attracted to Stefan, a vampire more than 150 years old (Paul Wesley) but after Elena learns what he really is, she recoils. There's enough tension here to carry The Vampire Diaries for years!

2. Chuck and Blair (Gossip Girl)

Leighton Meester and Ed Westwick are so great as their Gossip Girl alter egos that they may have created a new prototype for TV relationships - they are actually more entertaining together, while still growing as individuals, than apart.

1. Finn, Quinn and Rachel (Glee)

Okay, so it's more complicated love triangle than couple, but bear with us if you have not seen Glee, which is one of the best new shows of the fall season so far:

QB Finn (Cory Monteith) has a crush on Rachel (Lea Michele), he’s committed to former cheerleader Quinn (Dianna Agron) who says she’s pregnant with his baby. But football player Puck (Mark Salling) has admitted he is the baby daddy!

Agree? Disagree? Comment and add your own!