Hey there, Big Brother lovers! It's been far too long since TV's best guilty pleasure was last on the air, but based on the newest crop of houseguests — and the show's new twists — we should be in for an exciting summer. Which
12 13 houseguests will we love/hate all season as they battle for the $500,000 and what surprises are in store? Let's find out.
Ed McMahon was honored by dozens of friends, family and celebrities, including Tom Arnold, who said the late Tonight Show sidekick was someone "100 percent of the people liked."
Arnold, who worked with McMahon on the 1997 WB sitcom The Tom Show, joked about McMahon's reunion with talk-show king Johnny Carson in heaven.
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"Hey, Johnny, great news: I brought Farrah (Fawcett) and Michael Jackson with me. We're gonna have a hell of a show tonight," Arnold said at the Television Academy of Arts & Sciences tribute in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
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Prison Break star Wentworth Miller will guest star in the Season 11 premiere of Law & Order: SVU, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Miller, who spent years running from the police on Prison Break, will be on the other side of the law this time around. He will play a NYPD cop named Nate Kendal, who saves a rape victim and crosses paths with Benson and Stabler.
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Alas, Miller's run ...
Harve Presnell, the Golden Globe-winning actor best known for his role as William H. Macy's father-in-law in Fargo and who starred in Broadway musicals The Unsinkable Molly Brown and Annie, has died. He was 75.
The actor died Tuesday at St. John's Health Center in Santa Monica, Calif., after a battle with pancreatic cancer, Presnell's agent told the Associated Press.
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Born, George Harvey Presnell on Sept. 14, 1933, he was known for his booming baritone voice. The 6-foot-4 actor first gained attention in 1960 as ...
Jordan and Ronnie, Big Brother 11
CBS has announced (most) of the 13 houseguests who will be competing for the $500,000 grand prize on Big Brother 11 this summer.
Host Julie Chen made the reveal on CBS' Early Show, but only introduced 12 players. The remaining mystery guest — which the blogosphere suggests will be a player from a past season — will be announced July 7, two days before the show's premiere.
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The cast is relatively young (the oldest contestant is a 41-year-old school teacher/DJ) and features the usual suspects: a buxom blonde, a beefy jock, an edgy type (tattoos!) and a bikini model. But this might also be ...
Keshia Knight Pulliam
Keshia Knight Pulliam wants you to know: She's not Rudy Huxtable anymore.
The 30-year-old actress may forever be remembered for her adorable character on The Cosby Show, but the work she's churning out now is a far cry from days past. In Tyler Perry's Madea Goes to Jail (now on DVD), Pulliam plays Candie, a young woman whose choices land her in the slammer.
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"She's a girl who's made some bad decisions," Pulliam tells TVGuide.com. "Due to some unfortunate circumstances, she dropped out [of college] and that's where her life took a downward spiral. She got into drug abuse and prostitution, and it's just a story about choices — and how you rebound from those choices."
That story resonated with moviegoers who poured into theaters to make the film Perry's biggest box-office success to date. Pulliam first worked ...
ER veteran Noah Wyle is locked in as the lead in TNT's new sci-fi series from Steven Spielberg.
Wyle will play the leader of a group of soldiers and civilians that battle against an alien force, according to the network. The pilot opens shortly after the aliens have decimated the human population, and Wyle's group sets out to find survivors.
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Spielberg is executive-producing the as-yet-untitled series. Oscar-nominated screenwriter Robert Rodat (Saving Private Ryan) will write the pilot.
The series serves as a reunion of sorts for Wyle and Spielberg, who was...
Sarah Jessica Parker, Marion Loretta Elwell Broderick, James Wilkie Broderick, Matthew Broderick, and Tabitha Hodge Broderick
Sarah Jessica Parker and husband Matthew Broderick have released the first photo of their newborn twin girls.
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The photo, taken Monday, shows one-week-old Marion Loretta Elwell and Tabitha Hodge and their proud parents in New York City. Also pictured ...
Jon & Kate Plus 8
When Jon and Kate Gosselin announced their separation, they promised peace for their children. Now they're trying to follow through by no longer speaking to the media.
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"During this very difficult time we will be working to focus solely on the needs of our family," the Gosselins said in a statement on TLC's website. "This includes no longer commenting publicly or reacting to media stories and speculation. Our goal is to do the very best for our children and that will be done as privately as possible. We appreciate the understanding, support and well wishes from so many."
Monday's episode of Jon & Kate Plus 8 — the last new episode until Aug. 3 — featured clips from the couple's 10-year marriage. It included ...