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Screen Queens: Keri Russell

You know her now as complicated Russian spy Elizabeth Jennings in The Americans . You knew her then as romantically confused college student Felicity Porter in Felicity . But did you watch her dance her tail off alongside future Oscar nominees and pop stars on The All-New Mickey Mouse Club ? In this tribute to the Emmy-nominated and Golden Globe-winning actress, we're going way, way back to highlight Keri Russell's full television journey, from Disney to Ruskie.   Keri! The All-New Mickey Mouse Club often is celebrated as a training ground for several of the world's biggest pop stars, but it also was an early home to some of today's best actors. On the show from 1991 to 1993, Russell was one of the middle-year cast members who got to overlap with both the OG kids (Jennifer, Lindsey) and the new additions (Britney, Justin).   Russell was featured more as a dancer and sketch performer, but occasionally she got to talk-sing her way through a performance, like in this "hot version" of "You Showed Me."   Here she is serving early-'90s realness in one of the show's getting-to-know-you segments. "Check it!"   The Girlfriend Russell's post- MMC career slid into a steady series of guest spots on successful shows and lead roles on not-so-successful shows. In nearly all of them, she played a specific type: the blonde bombshell love interest. She was Mr. Feeny's niece and Eric's crush in Boy Meets World in 1993, Bud Bundy's date in a 1995 episode of Married With Children , and a rule-breaking friend of Camille's in 7th Heaven in 1997. That same year, Russell appeared in a couple of episodes of FOX's fantasy-adventure series Roar, macking on a young Heath Ledger.   She also was one of the daughters in Dudley Moore's quickly canceled CBS comedy, Daddy's Girls .   Her highest-profile gig was in Aaron Spelling's short-lived 1996 soap Malibu Shores . Russell starred alongside fellow MMC alum and real-life boyfriend Tony Lucca as teens from opposite worlds (you know, Malibu and the Valley). Among the other cast members: future Buffy scene-stealer Charisma Carpenter and the other Spelling kid, Randy. (Honestly, imagine if this had been her breakout role instead of Felicity ?)   Felicity "Hey." From 1998 to 2002, Russell starred as University of New York student Felicity Porter, whose four-year love triangle earned the show critical raves and its young star a Golden Globe. With J.J. Abrams at the helm, the show wasn't afraid to take risks in storytelling or tone. This drama was super moody and dark — literally, the lighting was so dim — but also sometimes light and fun. Just like college.   TV Misses After four years anchoring a one-hour broadcast network drama, Russell took some time off before returning to smaller TV projects, such as Into the West and The Magic of Ordinary Days (oddly, both co-starring Skeet Ulrich). Her higher-profile projects were on the big screen, notably Mission: Impossible III in 2006 and the stellar Waitress the following year. Also in 2007, she played Melody, Elliot's sorority sister, on NBC's Scrubs "Damn!"   Russell landed a sweet gig in Mitchell Hurwitz's 2010 collaboration with Arrested Development star Will Arnett, Running Wilde . It lasted just one season, though.   Elizabeth Just when it seemed like TV was not here for her, Russell helped create one of the most fascinating characters on one of the best dramas of arguably television's richest era. As Elizabeth Jennings, a Russian spy trying to keep her identity hidden from her American-born kids and FBI agent neighbor while working through some seriously complicated issues with her KGB-matched husband, Russell is a powerhouse. Whether she's taking on her handler or her daughter, Russell's Elizabeth is one badass boss.   Who's your screen queen? Let us know in the comments below! And check out our other queens: Taraji P. Henson , Lauren Graham , and Regina King . p { text-align: justify; }

Has Your Favorite TV Show Been Canceled? A Guide to What the Networks Axed

Last week was a whirlwind for TV reporters. If you're just catching up, we've got some tough news for you: a lot of shows have been canceled. Like, a lot . But to save you the hassle of having to frantically Google all of your favorite shows, we've got one (big) list here of every show that every network canceled. Now don't blame us -- we're just the messengers -- but also don't go into some deep TV-related depression over this news. Even if shows you adore have been axed, there's also a ton of awesome new shows getting picked up for next season as we speak. Just prepare yourself, because what you're about to see is ugly. In truth, a lot of the shows deserved it, and cancellations were expected, but there are a few sad ones. So without further ado, our complete list of canceled TV shows, updated in real time as news breaks. Click over for the full list here: //

FX to Air Final Four Episodes of 'Running Wilde'

Fans of Fox's canceled comedy  Running Wilde  will get to see the remaining episodes after all. The network's corporate sibling FX is planning to broadcast the final four episodes at 10 p.m. Thursdays starting April 28.   Wilde , which stars  Will Arnett  and  Keri Russell,  failed to connect with viewers after debuting in September. Fox  pulled  the series from its schedule for November sweeps and declined to give it a full-season pickup. At the Television Critics Assn. press tour in January, Fox entertainment president  Kevin Reilly  confirmed that  Wilde  would not be returning to the network's schedule.  //

Fox pulls remaining 'Running Wilde' episodes

Running Wilde  isn’t going to be running — ho, ho — anymore. Fox confirmed that the remaining five episodes (including a one-hour finale) will not air this month as initially planned. The network says that the episodes will air at a later date, but could not say what that date is. Source Here

TV Tonight: What's On Tuesday 11/30

Tonight, the Glee kids take their hard work to Sectionals, while the models strut their stuff on the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show on CBS! Also, don't forget the return of Running Wilde on FOX and No Ordinary Family on ABC! See what else is new tonight: 8/7c One Tree Hill  on The CW Glee  on FOX Christmas in Rockefeller Center  on NBC 9/8c No Ordinary Family  on ABC Life Unexpected  on The CW Raising Hope  on FOX This Biggest Loser  on NBC Stargate Universe  on Syfy 9:30/8:30c Running Wilde  on FOX 10/9c Detroit 187  on ABC Victoria's Secret Fashion Show  on CBS Sons of Anarchy  on FX 16 and Pregnant  on MTV Glory Daze  on TBS What will you be watching?

'Running Wilde': Fox not running back nine episodes

Bad news for fans hoping to save Running Wilde: Fox confirmed with EW that they are not ordering a back nine of the Keri Russell-Will Arnett series. Though the freshman comedy has not been officially canceled, the network’s decision to not order additional episodes is concerning — this could mean Wilde might be running off the air sometime soon. The show had been suffering in the ratings: Two weeks ago, the series attracted just 2.9 million viewers. (That number, however, came with some silver lining: It was an 18 percent increase from the week prior.) Fox also decided to bench the series for November sweeps. Source Here

RUNNING WILDE “Mental Flaws” Episode 7 Photos

Check out photos from RUNNING WILDE Episode 7 titled "Mental Flaws" which airs on Tuesday November 30 at 9:30pm on FOX. Episode Synopsis: When Steve invites Emmy to a charity ball, she is determined to prove to him that there is more to a woman than her physical appearance in the all-new "Mental Flaws" episode of RUNNING WILDE airing Tuesday, Nov. 30 (9:30-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Source & Photos

Fox Pulls 'Running Wilde' for Sweeps

As viewers keep running away from the Mitch Hurwitz--Jim Vallely creation, Fox has announced that it's benching 'Running Wilde' for two weeks during November sweeps. Although the show has only just returned to screens after being preempted for the last few weeks, reports that the next new episode won't air until Nov. 30. Instead, Fox will air new episodes of fellow newbie sitcom, 'Raising Hope,' in the 9:30PM Tuesday slot. Yesterday we heard that network execs are looking at new Christian Slater comedy, 'Breaking In,' as a possible replacement for 'Running Wilde' at midseason. With its chances of survival seemingly thin to non-existent, we're left wondering just how long it will be before Fox puts 'Running Wilde' out its misery and cancels it. Source Here

RUNNING WILDE “Best Man” Episode 6 - Photos

Check out a first look of the upcoming episode of RUNNIG WILDE Episode 6 titled "Best Man" which airs on Tuesday November 9 at 9:30pm on FOX. Episode Synopsis: Steve and Andy’s (guest star Cross) rivalry for Emmy’s affection reaches a breaking point leading to Steve inadvertently throwing an elaborate Renaissance fairy tale wedding for his adversary and the woman he loves in the all-new "Best Man" episode of RUNNING WILDE airing Tuesday, Nov. 9 (9:30-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Source & Photos

TV Tonight: What's On Tuesday 10/19

Tonight, the season premiere of Bravo's Millionaire Matchmaker kicks off in the Big Apple! Also, while Glee and Raising Hope are in repeats, make sure to check out an all-new episode of Running Wilde on FOX! See what else is new tonight: 8/7c No Ordinary Family on ABC NCIS on CBS One Tree Hill on The CW The Biggest Loser on NBC Melissa & Joey on ABC Family 9/8c Dancing with the Stars on ABC NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS Life UneXpected on The CW The Millionaire Matchmaker on Bravo 9:30/8:30c Running Wilde on FOX 10/9c Detroit 187 on ABC The Good Wife on CBS Parenthood on NBC Sons of Anarchy on FX What will you be watching?