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Posted: Monday, August 31, 2009 3:30 pm | Updated: 12:35 am, Sat Oct 8, 2011.

“State of Play”: Suspicious circumstances set a rising congressman (Ben Affleck) and a dogged reporter (Russell Crowe) on a dangerous collision course in this adaptation of the hit British miniseries.

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“State of Play”: Suspicious circumstances set a rising congressman (Ben Affleck) and a dogged reporter (Russell Crowe) on a dangerous collision course in this adaptation of the hit British miniseries.

“Brothers & Sisters – Season 3”: The ever-dysfunctional Walker family of Los Angeles is back for another season of this critically lauded ABC series, led by Sally Field, Calista Flockhart and Rob Lowe.

“Supernatural – Season 4”: Sam (Jared Padalecki) searches for a way to save Dean (Jensen Ackles) from the bargain he made — his soul in exchange for Sam’s life — in the WB series.

“Rescue Me – Season 5, Vol. 1”: Denis Leary stars as Tommy Gavin, a troubled fireman coping with the loss of his cousin and best friend on 9/11, in the FX series.

“Desperate Housewives – Season 5”: ABC’s primetime soap returns for another season of delightful duplicity, deadly betrayal, steamy sex and suburban living.

Next week: “The Office – Season 5”

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“I Look to You,” Whitney Houston: R&B artist’s seventh studio album — her first in seven years — is a mixture of her trademark big ballads and 1980s-reminiscent dance music.

“The Man I Want to Be,” Chris Young: 2006 “Nashville Star” winner’s sophomore album includes covers of Waylon Jennings’ “Rose in Paradise” and Tony Joe White’s “Rainy Night in Georgia.”

Next week: “Bomb in the Birdcage,” Fine Frenzy

BOOKS

“Catching Fire,” Suzanne Collins: Sequel to the 2008 young-adult best-seller “The Hunger Games” continues the story of Katniss Everdeen and the fictional futuristic nation of Panem.

“The Death of Bunny Munro,” Nick Cave: Twenty years after the publication of his first novel, musician-author reveals the final days of Bunny Munro, a salesman in search of a soul.

Next week: “The Last Song,” Nicholas Sparks

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