After 25 seasons, there are still some firsts on The Amazing Race. Phil Keoghan threw down two major curveballs last week: Not only did teams have to immediately continue onto the final leg, but for the first time, four teams will race in the final, with one unlucky pair to be eliminated during the middle of the last leg.8 amazing secrets from The Amazing Race start line"We're not a show that's ever had to go to a place of jump the shark and do something that's so off base from what people expect that it affects the show," Keoghan tells TVGuide.com. "This particular twist seemed to work well without affecting the format and I think it makes the last leg more ...
The new lineup of co-hosts on The View are having a hard time jelling with each other.
On Thursday's episode of the morning show, Whoopi Goldberg and Rosie O'Donnell got into a shouting match while discussing racism in America on the "Hot Topics" segment.
Natalie Anderson says one of the hardest things about participating in Season 29 ofSurvivor was not having her twin sister Nadiya (who was eliminated in Week 1) in the competition with her. But, at the same time, Natalie believes she never would have been able to pull off her well-deserved victory if she hadn't been forced to play the game on her own.
"If Nadiya was there, I wouldn't have been able to pull off what I did," Natalie told TVGuide.com the day after her victory.
Attention Clone Club: The new trailer for Season 3 of Orphan Black is here.
U.S. officials are blaming North Korea for the hack into Sony Pictures Entertainment, NBC News reports.
Days after admitting publicly that he had molested three underage girls from the 1970s to the 1990s, actor Stephen Collins tells Katie Couric, "I'm a human being with flaws."
Stevie Wonder and his girlfriend, Tomeeka Robyn Bracy, have welcomed a baby girl, Us Weekly reports.
And then there were five.
The finale of Survivor's 29th season came down to a handful of contestants Wednesday night. Who was the sole Survivor: Keith, Natalie, Missy, Baylor or Jaclyn? Keep reading to find out.
Back before Big Brother, Jersey Shore, and [insert popular current reality show title here], there was MTV's The Real World, a reality show that put seven strangers in one house and captured the ensuing drama on camera for the world to see.
Thursday's series finale of White Collar (9/8c, USA) promises to be not only the biggest con of Neal Caffrey's career, but also the biggest undercover act of Peter Burke's. If he can pull it off, that is.
Last week's penultimate episode of the USA series ended with Peter (Tim DeKay) posing as a master thief who Neal (Matt Bomer) had brought in to join the Pink Panthers for their $500 million heist. However, Woodford, the leader of the elite group, didn't exactly welcome him with open arms, and the episode ended with a gun to Peter's head. Thankfully, Peter's years spent working with Neal will...
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