Susan Lucci's 'Deadly Affairs,' fall peeks

Actress Susan Lucci attends the SiriusXM reopening of Actress Susan Lucci attends the SiriusXM reopening of Studio 54 for "One Night Only" at Studio 54 in Manhattan. (Oct. 18, 2011) Photo Credit: AP

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SUSAN LUCCI'S LATEST Garden City's "All My Children" diva resurfaces Sept. 8 as host of ID's true-crime series "Deadly Affairs." But Lucci is already guiding an online experience tracing one particular pairing that's "going to end very, very badly for everyone." Uncover the clues now at

PALEY FALL PREVIEWS Want to see the networks' fall shows before they hit the air? Manhattan's Paley Center for Media is once again hosting screenings and receptions at its West 52nd Street facility. Reserve now for the five separate Sept. 4-13 events at

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SOAP 'DAYS' LIVE The cast of NBC's "Days of Our Lives" comes to Connecticut's Mohegan Sun Sept. 15 in the first stop of a nationwide tour for fans. Free afternoon events include cast Q&A and autograph signings. Details at


MOM TIME It starts on the tube Oct. 1 with the debut of the four-hour NickMom comedy block, 10 p.m.-2 a.m. nightly on the Nick Jr. channel. But moms can start gathering now on the Web at the relaunched

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