Chris Daughtry, Slash
Put up your devil horns — American Idol's Top 4 are about to rock.
Legendary Guns N' Roses lead guitarist Slash will guide the crooners through all things rock 'n' roll as the week's celebrity mentor. Slash, who's sold 100 million albums and earned seven Grammy nods for his various projects, is currently working on a solo album and with his current band, Velvet Revolver.
Once the Top 4 have put their spin on some rock classics, No Doubt and Daughtry will grace the stage to keep the fist-pumping energy going on results night. No Doubt is
President Barack Obama will address the nation Wednesday (8 pm/ET, all major networks, except Fox), with a speech focused on his first 100 days in the White House.
In addition to covering the press conference, some networks are devoting special attention to the milestone. CNN will broadcast The CNN National Report Card: First 100 Days. It will invite Americans to weigh in on Obama's performance on-air and online. The special will feature Wolf Blitzer, Anderson Cooper, John King and Soledad O'Brien and airs from 8 pm/ET to midnight.
The news conference also caps off several days of ABC News' "The First 100 — What's Changed?" specials that have aired on Good Morning America, This Week with George Stephanopoulos, World News with Charles Gibson, and Nightline since Sunday. Gibson and Stephanopoulos will anchor ABC's coverage of the conference Wednesday, beginning at 8 pm.
Zachary Quinto, Heroes
Well, folks, Heroes has done it again. Nathan Petrelli may have expired with a glorious, gurgling coda, but his character lives on — thanks to Matt Parkman — reincarnated inside a mind-wiped version of arch-villain Sylar. While the closing moments of the Season 3 finale suggest that Sylar's presence still lives on in "Nathan," have we seen the last of the furry-browed Sylar we've always known?
"Zach's not done," Adrian Pasdar tells TVGuide.com. "There's Nathan, there's Sylar, and there's the point of view that you have to factor in. If I look up into the mirror, who would I see?"
Naturally, the twist sets up an epic internal battle between Nathan and Sylar in Season 4...
George Clooney named one of World's Most Influential People
Anderson Cooper is teaming up with Time magazine for a special look at The World's Most Influential People.
CNN announced that the news network would air the one-hour special edition of Anderson Cooper 360° on May 1 in conjunction with the release of the Time 100 special issue. The program, anchored by Cooper, will feature interviews with the magazine's honorees, conducted by other influencers.
George Clooney — a four-time honoree — will sit down with U2 frontman and activist Bono to chat about fame and politics. The special will also feature
After being flooded with calls in support of a Memorial Day Golden Girls marathon tribute for Bea Arthur, Hallmark Channel has decided to give fans more of what they want. And sooner.
The network is kicking off the marathon over three days — from 7 to 9 pm/ET each day — beginning April 28. Executives have hand-picked the episodes, which they describe as the "best of Dorothy Zbornak."
The tribute will continue on Sunday, May 3 with wall-to-wall Golden Girls from 6 am/ET to 3 am/ET on May 4. The previously announced Memorial Day schedule (6:30 am/ET to 2:30 am/ET) will ...
Farrah Fawcett, Redmond O'Neal
Farrah Fawcett's son, Redmond O'Neal, was temporarily released from jail to visit his ailing mother.
At the request of his lawyer, O'Neal was granted a supervised three-hour leave Saturday to travel to Fawcett's home, according to People. He was driven by a Los Angeles County Sherriff's Department sergeant and a deputy and then returned to custody.
A sherriff's department spokesman told the magazine that temporary release from custody is common when family members are gravely ill or ...
Sarah Jessica Parker and Chris Noth
Get ready for some Big news about the Sex and the City sequel.
After much worry and speculation, Chris Noth has signed on for the upcoming film, Sarah Jessica Parker told E! News.
As "Mr. Big," Noth was last seen tying the knot with Parker's Carrie Bradshaw. Could a little one be on the way? Parker was mum on the details: "I don't know anything yet," she said.
Parker also suggested that Dancing with the Stars heartthrob Gilles Marini could make a return as Samantha's oft-naked neighbor...
Jay Leno's illness was serious enough to cancel two shows last week, but the late-night host made light of it during his monologue when he returned to the air Monday night.
Ever topical, Leno linked his illness to the swine flu. "What happened was — and I think was a mistake — I ate a raw pig a friend brought back from Mexico. ... It was delicious," Leno joked.
He went on to explain that he actually drove to his Burbank studio in his vintage Model T car on a cold morning last Thursday and didn't wear a jacket. "You know, I had this 103 degree fever. I was freezing and I got chills, and here at NBC we have an 'ODN,' overly dramatic nurse," Leno said.
He then ...
Hayden Panettiere and Milo Ventimiglia, Heroes
As the "Fugitives" volume ends, Heroes finds its super-powered protagonists doing everything they can — and often shouldn't — do to stop one evil or another. Nathan goes toe-to-toe with Sylar to keep him from carrying out a plan to impersonate the president using his shape-shifting ability. Hiro insists on stopping time to infiltrate and shut down Building 26, even though his health is greatly compromised by doing so. Parkman, Angela and HRG do the unthinkable all in the name of their perceived greater good. Throw in a death (sort of), a return, Mohinder flailing uselessly and a huge bonfire, and you have one jam-packed finale. Let's get to it.
Adrian Pasdar, Heroes
As NBC's Heroes closes the book on its third season and the "Fugitives" volume (Monday at 9 pm/ET), Sen. Nathan Petrelli is on a mission to atone for what he's done: namely, making his friends fugitives in the first place. There's just one problem — the nearly invincible and now shape-shifting-enabled Sylar is standing in his way.
To make matters worse, Sylar is using his ability to live inside the skin of Nathan — all part of an effort to get close to the president and eventually impersonate him as well. But Pasdar said Nathan is fighting against himself just as much as he is Sylar
"In the last four episodes, [Nathan's] been realizing what he's done, what the overreaching ramifications his actions may have," Adrian Pasdar tells TVGuide.com. "There's been a quiet backing up into what the whole thing is really about, and a getting closer to seeing a redeeming light.
"Going into that last episode," Pasdar continues...