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What The Alias Cast Is Doing Now

Here's what the Alias cast is doing now.

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Alias' Jennifer Garner And J.J. Abrams Are Reteaming For A New TV Show

Jennifer Garner and J.J. Abrams are teaming up again, but their new project will be no Alias.

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Why Jennifer Garner Returned To Action With Peppermint

If you want to see that motherly rage in action for yourself, then make sure to check out Peppermint when Jennifer Garner's new movie debuts in theaters on September 7.

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Could Alias Get Rebooted? Here's What The Writers Say

The popular series Alias ran on ABC for five seasons but in an age where just about anything can be rebooted back into existence, could Alias receive a similar treatment. This is what the writer's of the show think.

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Even The Alias Cast Couldn't Keep Up With The Rambaldi Story

Alias covered a lot of ground while Sydney Bristow was spying around the world. One of the constants of the show was the work of Milo Rambaldi, a fictional 15th century philosopher whose work was a central theme of the show. Well, now some of the cast has admitted that while we at home were trying to make sense of all the Rambaldi twists and turns, so were they.

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3 TV Finales That Were Really Disappointing, According To Paul Scheer

Series finales are pretty hard to get right. Comedian Paul Scheer has recently opened up to which TV Finales were the most disappointing, with some surprising results.

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10 Awesome TV Shows That Need Their Own Movie

Inspired by the forthcoming release of Entourage, we’ve picked out 10 television shows – some off the air for years, some still airing – that we believe would benefit from a break from the episodic format and should have the opportunity to be turned into movies. What are our choices? Read on to find out!

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Relive J.J. Abrams' Career In This Epic 4 Minute Video

JJ Abrams has been entertaining audiences for almost two decades, and the rich history of his work has been captured in a fitting 4 minute tribute.

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Of Course J.J. Abrams' Star Wars: Episode VII Is Going To Have Strong, Kick-Ass Females

With J.J. Abrams recent casting of Lupita Nyong'o and Gwendoline Christie, the accusations of his cast lacking diversity seem to be wearing thin. Though if you knew where to look in his previous career, you'd be able to see that it really wasn't going to ever be a big problem in the first place.

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Disney-ABC's Deals With Netflix And Amazon Prime Include Felicity, Alias And Others

Fans of Disney-ABC Television programming will have cause to celebrate if they’re a subscriber of Netflix’s streaming program or Amazon Prime. Disney-ABC extended their licensing agreement with Netflix and struck a new deal with Amazon, which will make a number of great TV shows available streaming, including Felicity and Alias.

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Interview: Limitless' Bradley Cooper

While promoting the film Limitless, Bradley Cooper brought up an interesting topic; the character an actor plays winds up reflecting upon that actor. Basically, that meant that at a time, Cooper was seen as the nice guy from Alias then the jerk from Wedding Crashers and then the good looking smart alec from The Hangover. Well, now he’s gearing up to turn that image upside down yet again with his latest film, Limitless.

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Is It Too Soon For An Alias Reboot?

Rumor has it, ABC is looking to do an Alias reboot. The obvious question is: Didn’t that show just end like four years ago? Yes, it did. But is “too soon” a good enough reason for ABC not to bring the show back?

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Merrin Dungey Is Getting Hung

Bad news for Jane Adams' Tanya on Hung. The HBO series has just signed Merrin Dungey (Alias, King of Queens) as Liz, a potential new love interest for Ray. She'll start off as one of his clients, and then things will get a little more intense

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On Too Long: The Most Played Out Shows Of The Decade

In comprising such a list, the staff here at Blend Television found that it was just as easy to come up with a list of shows that went on way past their prime. Shows that started off great

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The Decade: TV's Top 10 Biggest Badasses

It's not easy being a badass (ask Chuck Norris). The cards are usually stacked against you, time is often running out and its often up to you to save the day. You have to leave your badass-stamp on the whole situation

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The Decade: TV's Most Lovable Dorks

Some dorks just jump off the screen. Some are a little more subtle. This decade has proven dorks come in all shapes, sizes, social groups and professions. Let’s take a look.

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I Finally Peeked Into The Dollhouse.  They Need More Lights In There!

For someone who baby-sits John and Sarah Connor every Friday, I have given very little attention to the kids living in the Dollhouse. I wasn’t not watching for any specific reason except that I usually watch Friday Night Lights in that time slot and have such an overflowing social calendar that I cannot take on any new shows.

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Mary McDonnell And Melissa George Guest Star On Grey's Anatomy

This week’s episode of Grey’s Anatomy has not one but two guest stars making an appearance. In Thursday’s episode, titled “These Ties That Bind,” Melissa George and Mary McDonnell will both be playing roles among the staff at Seattle Grace. We've got video clips and a featurette about McDonnell's role in the episode.

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TV Review: Fringe

Back in July CB Head Honcho Josh Tyler and CB writer of hilarity and quality Ed Perkis had the opportunity to watch J.J. Abrams’ newest television creation, Fringe, at Comic Con. Their reaction was not flattering for Abrams’ chances at garnering a new hit. A little time has gone by, I’ve sat and watched the show as it was meant to be seen: alone in a dark apartment with food and candy strewn about.

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