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Here are the top ten articles for the Drama TV Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Stanley Kamel Dies Suddenly
Stanley Kamel, who played the amazing Dr. Kroger on the hit show "Monk", passed away suddenly from a heart attack. He will be deeply missed by family, friends, and fans.

2. House Season 4 Finale
If you missed the season 4 finale of "House", you'll want to see this recap. The two-part finale dealt a heartbreaking blow to a show favorite and left us wondering how next year's dynamic will change.

3. Brings Back Buffy the Vampire Slayer is set back full-length episodes of some of the best WB Network programming including "Buffy the Vampire Slayer", "Veronica Mars" and "The Gilmore Girls". See the offerings before their offical launch.

4. CSI Warrick Brown Avoids Jail Time
Gary Dourdan, who played Warrick Brown on CBS hit "CSI", avoids jail time with a plea after being charged with drug possession.

5. Eli Stone- Season One
Never heard of "Eli Stone"? This article explains the premise behind the show and what you missed in the first season.

6. Nip Tuck Season 3 Finale
The third season finale of Nip Tuck reveals much more than The Carver.

7. What is Drama
What separates drama television from other genres of programming? What is it about drama that keeps viewers tuning in week after week to find out what will happen next to their favorite characters?

8. In Plain Sight on USA Network
"In Plain Sight" is a new USA Network original series premiering in June 2008. This article explains the premise of the show and why, exactly, it breaks the mold of other "trendy" crime dramas.

9. Dexter On CBS
The award winning Dexter comes to CBS. What are you missing?

10. Has Teen Drama Gone Too Far
Each week, millions of viewers tune in to watch the exploits of their favorite character on The CW. Most of these viewers are teenagers. Sometimes they laugh. Other times they cry. Always they are entertained. But what message is being sent to our youth?

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