It's a good thing Eva Longoria still has her job on Desperate Housewives. The actress' Las Vegas club is closing due to financial struggles, CBS News reports.
Eve Club, which is located within the CityCenter complex, is temporality shutting down. Longoria's restaurant Beso Steakhouse, which is attached to Eve, is profitable and will remain open.
Haven fans may not recognize Duke Crocker's new love interest, but she's no stranger to his past.
"This woman [played by Vinessa Antoine] appears, who, it turns out, is technically married to Duke," Eric Balfour tells us. "It was a whirlwind shotgun wedding and she's kind of a con artist like Duke is. Somewhere along the lines she burned him."
Johnny Galecki and Jim Parsons
Reactions to the Emmy nominations announced Thursday have poured in:
Julianna Margulies, The Good Wife, Lead Actress in a Drama Series: "I am so excited that our show, The Good Wife, has been recognized in such a big way this year. It is very gratifing to work with such an amazing cast, crew, producers, and writers. I feel very lucky."
The Disney Channel is taking a stab at reality television with PrankStars.
"People think we're pranking stars — no," host Mitchell Musso tells TVGuide.com. "We find the stars, we look for their biggest fans and find a way to interact the star with their fans [who are the ones getting pranked]. We capture that moment."
Chris Harrison and Emily Maynard
The final 15 minutes on The Bachelorette this week overshadowed Ashley and the men traveling to Taiwan, as Chris Harrison sat down with half of last season's Bachelor couple, Emily Maynard, who returned and tearfully opened up about her breakup with Brad Womack. But why wasn't Brad there? Read our weekly chat with Harrison, who answers that question and shares his surprise about Ryan's dismissal and hints at the 31-year-old's return to the show.
Majandra Delfino and Raven-Symone
When author Jennifer Weiner set out to cast ABC Family's State of Georgia, the first show she had created, she was looking for a girl who was big in every way. She says she hit the jackpot with Raven-Symoné, but had to re-jigger the character after Raven, who was the plus-sized female with a knack for physical comedy she was looking for, lost 30 pounds.
On this week's episode of The Bachelorette, Ashley and the men go to Taiwan where she decides who will travel back to the States and introduce her to their families.
Constantine receives the first one-on-one date for the week and the two head to a village outside of Taipei. There they make a love wish with a lantern that they'll set free. Ashley loves how seriously he takes the activity. During the dinner portion of the date, Ashley tells Constantine that not only is he physically what she's attracted to, but that she loves that he holds back and is a family man. They end the night with a kiss and watch all the lanterns heading up to the sky.
Catelynn and Tyler
From her first appearance on MTV's 16 & Pregnant, Catelynn Lowell's story has been a bit different from the rest of the cast. Not only was she was the sole teen to give her baby up for adoption, she's also the only one who has remained with her boyfriend of the time, Tyler. While Catelynn calls Tyler her soulmate, she says not to expect wedding bells any time soon. "We're too young!" she says. TVGuide.com caught up with the 19-year-old about her relationship with Tyler, how she's handling the decision to give up Carly and which fellow Teen Mom cast member she's closest with.