Does a Michael Chiklis pilot mean the end of ABC's No Ordinary Family?
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Chiklis will star in Conan O'Brien's project for CBS called Vince Uncensored, which focuses on a man (Chiklis) who decides to take a more honest approach to his life, work and family after a life-changing experience.
Sara Rue knows what it's like to be pregnant — not because she has a child of her own yet, but because she's been expecting so many times on screen.
When Bachelor host Chris Harrison said Michelle would blow people's minds, he was right, as she found herself the center of the Women Tell All attack. Even Harrison admits she was falling apart, and as much as the show plays to the drama, "sometimes enough is enough." Harrison shares with TVGuide.com why Shawntel never made it into the "hot seat" and why he loves the new Ashley H.
This week's episode was my favorite of every Bachelor season — the Women Tell All. And boy did they tell all. Melissa and Raichel continued to argue, Michelle continually cried and Ashley H debuted her brand new look.
Before we get to the current season, Chris tells us about all the reunions held between previous contestants. I was there to witness the craziness first hand, but ABC managed to catch a lot more scandalous moments on camera than we did.
Marc Anthony will reprise his guest-starring Hawthorne role as a series regular, TNT announced Monday.
The Grammy-winning singer played police Detective Nick Renata in two episodes last season. His newly expanded role in the medical drama comes as nurse Christina Hawthorne (Jada Pinkett Smith) struggles with the news she's pregnant by her on-again-off-again flame, Dr. Tom Wakefield (Michael Vartan).
Charlie Sheen may have found a new business partner in billionaire Mark Cuban.
According to ESPN, the owner of NBA's Dallas Mavericks is talking with Sheen about developing a program for HDNet, which Cuban owns.