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There was no Iron Man or Hulk. No Hawkeye or Thor.

Yet Marvel still made its mark on the television world tonight, as Agents of SHIELD premiered to very strong critical reviews.

The series appears to possess everything a fan of this universe could demand:

There was action (the introduction of Grant, the concluding stand-off with Michael); there was mystery (where was Coulston this whole time? How was he brought back to life? Why is Melinda May hesitant to get into battle?); there was humor (sounds like someone to make S.H.I.E.L.D. an acronym!).

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Lifetime has pulled the plug on its longest-running series.

The network announced today that Army Wives will not return with new episodes, canceling the drama after seven very successful seasons.

A 120-minute retrospective will air some time in 2014.

Army Wives Cast Pic

Said Rob Sharenow, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Lifetime, via statement:

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The beginning of the hilarious end got underway on How I Met Your Mother last night, as CBS aired a two-part premiere of this beloved comedy.

The opening half hour centered on Cristin Milioti's title character, as Lily actually met the Mother (and fought with the Mother) and viewers learned why she's ideal for Ted.

She owns driving gloves. She adores roadside attractions. She even name-dropped belt inventor Florian Van Oderloo!

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SPOILER ALERT: The following article reveals storylines from the Dexter series finale.

SECOND SPOILER ALERT: It was terrible.

An appropriate ending to a disappointing final run of episodes, "Remember the Monsters" randomly killed off Deb and concluded with Dexter faking his own death because he believed such a fate would ensure the future safety of Hannah and Harrison.

Who were left abandoned by Dexter and roaming the streets of Argentina on their own.

Dexter Finale Pic

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Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., from Joss Whedon, debuts Tuesday night as one of the fall 2013 season's most anticipated and hyped new TV shows.

Clark Gregg lives as Coulson and leads the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. against various global threats in a rare attempt to bring the comic book genre to TV.

Marvel's interwoven universe, comprised of comic books and blockbuster movies, picks up after the superheroes-versus-aliens battle of The Avengers.

No pressure. It will likely draw a big audience tonight. Beyond that? Can it sustain a captivated audience successfully? Watch the promo now and see ...

It may seem puny compared to the big budget films, but this is not a superhero show: it’s a less expensive secret agent series, both polished and fast-moving.

Will enough people buy in to make this the hit that ABC craves?

Check out an extended trailer below and tell us what you think:

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Half of the The Real Housewives of Miami are off to "La la Land" this week, while the other half stay to deal with the crazy people of Miami.

The funny part is, they don't realize that they are the crazy people of Miami. But in any case, we break it all down in THG's +/- recap.

Let's start with the LA contingent…

Housewives in LaLa Land

Lea Black and Lisa Hochstein head to L.A. with Joanna Krupa to help plan her wedding.

Why Los Angeles? Because Joanna's favorite house is there. Oh, did we forget to mention, she's got five homes scattered around the globe. Plus 15.

Modeling certainly pays the bills…and then some.

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The axe has come down on a pair of Real Housewives of Orange County cast members.

A Bravo insider tells Star that Gretchen Rossi and Alexis Bellino have both been fired from the franchise, the former for making up facts about her life in order to get more screen time and the latter because producers didn't think she brought much to the show.

Neither will appear at all on Season 9.

Tamra Barney, Vicki Gunvalson, Heather Dubrow and Lydia McLaughlin, however, have all been asked to return and will go into production on their new scripted controversies and fights later this month.

In related news, Taylor Armstrong is out of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

Will you miss Alexis and Gretchen in Orange County?


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“If you’re not going to step up and help, you need to get out of our daughter’s life.” - Briana DeJesus to baby daddy Devoin Austin on Teen Mom 3.

This week on MTV, the network's newest fab four continued to struggle with relationships and motherhood. In this case, it seemed like the former.

Sad as it is, it looks like the dads are packing up or moving out or getting downright thrown out of the girls’ lives and homes with alarming speed here.

Teen Mom 3 Cast Pics

What did all that mean for them, and for the girls? Read THG's recap!

Briana DeJesus explains to Devoin Austin that he has still not paid for anything he promised to, and her family notes that he has no skills with Nova.

It's like an awkward encounter with a stranger, not a child. Minus 100.

It's sad that Briana is already contemplating making it 18 years without this guy, but she seems confident she can get it done. She may not have a choice.

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There was good news and bad news for viewers on the Castle Season 6 premiere.

First, the good: Beckett said yes! She and Rick are now engaged! Glory, glory, hallelujah, right, fans?

Now, the bad: Castle contracted a virus and only has one day to live. So that's unfortunate.

Despite the suspenseful "To Be Continued..." conclusion, we all know Rick Castle will survive.

But what shape will he be in? How will this impact his engagement to Beckett? For how long will she remain in D.C.? What did you think of guest star Lisa Edelstein?

Just one episode in and so many questions already.

Sound off now and grade the Castle Season 6 premiere:


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Breaking Bayou news out of CBS:

The network has announced that it will air a two-part NCIS episode this spring that serves as a backdoor pilot to another spinoff of the successful series, this one to be set in New Orleans.

Mark Harmon as Gibbs

If picked up, the new series would then be a part of the CBS 2014-2015 schedule and produced by Gary Glasberg and Mark Harmon. It would chronicle cases from Pensacola through Mississippi, Louisiana to the Texas panhandle.

NCIS, of course, was spunoff from JAG, and it then led to the creation of NCIS: Los Angeles, which is the second highest-rated show on television.

NCIS Season 11, meanwhile, kicks off tonight. Watch a preview below:

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