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EXCLUSIVE! Trevor Donovan Sexily Saddles Up For His Newest Role! See The Pics HERE!

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Maybe he’ll go bareback next time! Ha!

Hunky actor Trevor Donovan has landed a role as Texas Ranger Kit Acklin in the History Channel’s newest miniseries Texas Rising, and we have EXCLUSIVE pics!

The actor was caught horse training, in preparation for the upcoming show, which also features Bill Paxton, Brendan Fraser, Ray Liotta, Olivier Martinez, and Chad Michael Murray!

As for what the show is about, it will follow the rise of the Texas Rangers and the Texas revolution!

But we can learn all about that later. Right now, it’s time to stare at these photos (below)!

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Chad Michael Murray & Jeffrey Dean Morgan Join Bill Paxton In Texas Rising! Seven First Names & 2 Peyton Sawyer Hubbies In One Show, Wow!

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If he loves history so much, why doesn't he just marry it? LOLz!!

Bill Paxton, fresh off of an Emmy nomination for his excellent work in Hatfields & McCoys, just signed on to do another miniseries for the History Channel!

Texas Rising aims to tell the high-drama tale of the Texas Revolution, from the fight against Mexico to the origins of the Texas Rangers! Jeffrey Dean Morgan & Chad Michael Murray will also star.

Wait a minute — those dudes are both Peyton Sawyer's husbands!!!

CMM was married to Hilarie Burton's character on One Tree Hill and

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Kevin Costner WINS SAG Award For His Work On Hatfields & McCoys!

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The wolves need a new date for the sock-hop, because Kevin Costner is dancing with his SAG Award tonight!

Apparently his colleagues really DO like him, because they crowned him king for the night after being wowed by his performance in the Hatfields & McCoys!

Wow!! Way to go!!

I's not like Kevin went up against a bunch of stiffs, either!

He beat out Woody Harrelson, Ed Harris, Clive Owen, and Bill Paxton!!

Sadly, Kevin wasn't there to receive the award. Maybe he's filming The Bodyguard 2?

A boy can only hope!!

[Image via History Channel.]

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History Breaks Ratings Record With Hatfields & McCoys

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Hatfields & Mccoys breaks ratings records

America LOVES the Hatfields & McCoys!

13.9 million viewers tuned in on Monday night to the first 2-hour installment of The History Channel's 3-part miniseries, which stars Kevin Costner and Bill Paxton as the feuding families' patriarchs.

As a result, the History Channel has officially made history because the western has become was the most-watched non-sports show ever on ad-supported cable TV.

Yeah, it's a mouthful of a record, but an impressive one nonetheless. To put it into perspective, the top show of

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Bill Paxton Had Big Problems With The Big Love Series Finale

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SPOILER ALERT! For those who haven't seen it yet, major details about Big Love series finale revealed!!!! SPOILER ALERT!

We're sure plenty of people enjoyed Sunday night's Big Love series finale…but Bill Paxton was NOT one of them.

Here's what Big Love writer/executive producer Will Scheffer had to say about it:

"We were in the room when Bill read the script [and he] wasn't happy."

More from co-producer Mark Olsen:

"Initially, Bill had trouble that his character was going to die. It's not how he envisioned the end of his character's journey nor the end of the series."

"I think he had a vested relationship with the character of Bill Henrickson and he feels, rightfully so, that he has husbanded that character for five years, and it hurt him to know that that character was going to die."

"We explained what we were going for, and he got it. We didn't want Bill [Henrickson] to go out a loser or a failure or an unrepentant fundamentalist. And we wanted to find that thing that would render his life's existence the most successful. We felt the greatest testimony to Bill would be that he had created a family that endured."

We're sorry you weren't happy with the series finale, Bill, but hey…now at least you can move on to the next thing.

Still giving any thought to that 3D Twister sequel???

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