Looks like The Simpsons' new HD opening credits will be around for awhile.
Fox has ordered two more seasons of The Simpsons, which will bring the longest-running primetime show in history to a whopping 493 episodes. The show is currently in its 20th season.
The announcement ...
Jeff Probst might want to make more room in his Emmy cabinet.
CBS has ordered two more editions of Survivor, set to be broadcast during the 2009-2010 television season. The new cycles will extend broadcast TV's longest-running reality competition to its 19th and 20th editions.
Probst, who won the first reality-TV hosting Emmy ever, will continue his duties as emcee.
Insert your "What's the deal with reality TV?" joke here.
Jerry Seinfeld is partnering with NBC for a new reality series, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The project, tentatively titled The Marriage Ref, will feature celebrities, athletes and comedians, who will judge couples in marital disputes and recommend resolutions to their problems.
The show marks Seinfeld's first ...
Greg Grunberg, Sendhil Ramamurthy and Jack Coleman, Heroes
After a week of promos promising some real answers about whose side HRG is on, did this episode deliver? Before we can find out, Matt repeatedly dives into Noah's mind, pulling out pieces of the puzzle that both reveal HRG's motivations and give Parkman & Co. some vital information about the people who are hunting them. But what other secrets did HRG have crawling around in that brain of his? Find out after the jump.
Since Heroes' beginning, Noah Bennett — the man in the horn-rimmed glasses — has been somewhat of an enigma. But Monday (9 pm/ET, NBC), fans will get a peek inside HRG's perplexing head, and perhaps some answers to their burning questions. We caught up with Jack Coleman to get some insight into the episode, his response to the show's critics and just what he thinks about those glasses. Plus: Look out, Washington, D.C.!
Read the full Q&A after the jump.
CBS has announced the first new series of the network's fall 2009 class: cop drama (shocker!) The Bridge.
The Eye has ordered 13 episodes of the procedural drama, which focuses on a charismatic union leader who is simultaneously battling criminals on the street while facing down corruption within the ranks of his own department. The show stars Aaron Douglas (Battlestar Galactica, Smallville), Paul Popowich (Angela's Eyes), Inga Cadranel (Rent-a-Goalie) and two-time Emmy winner Stuart Margolin (The Rockford Files).
AnnaLynne McCord, Kellan Lutz
To hear them tell it, 90210 stars AnnaLynne McCord and Kellan Lutz are no more than just close friends — close friends who occasionally gush about one another in the press, that is.
Lutz, known to many a tween girl as Twilight's Emmett Cullen, just couldn't say enough about his "friend," according to E! News. "You know, we're really close and we're all for each other's careers," he said. "And we actually bounce a lot of career choices and the like off each other, so it's nice to have someone in the industry who you can really, you know, be honest with, versus your agent, versus your manager, the lawyer, who really want to do stuff for the money and for the wrong reasons a lot of times. So it's nice to have friends who are smart and intelligent who know the business side of the business. That's what AnnaLynne is. Therefore we're friends."
A mouthful, right? McCord played it closer to the vest...
Jennifer Aniston and John Mayer
Singer-songwriter-celebrity boyfriend John Mayer will make his first trip down the Academy Awards' red carpet Sunday with on-again girlfriend Jennifer Aniston.
"It's my first Oscars," Mayer told blog PopSugar. "And it's my first being an Oscar boyfriend."
Aniston is rumored to be presenting during the Oscars ceremony, which will also be attended by Aniston's ex-husband Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.
Mayer — who's made some awards show rounds of late, picking up a couple extra Grammys earlier this month — said he's heading...
Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller
Charlie Sheen's wife, Brooke, has been admitted to a Los Angeles hospital with premature contractions, but the actor's rep said the mother-to-be is "doing fine."
"Brooke ... was admitted yesterday morning with premature contractions — which is not all that uncommon for someone at this stage of pregnancy, especially with twins," publicist Stan Rosenfield told People. "She's fine and is expected to be discharged from the hospital today."
The Two and a Half Men star and his wife are expecting boys, due in April. They will be...
Katherine Heigl, Ashton Kutcher
Amid constant rumors that she's scrubbing out of Grey's Anatomy for a full-time movie career, Katherine Heigl has signed on to star opposite Ashton Kutcher in Five Killers.
The plot follows a young couple who fall in love while on vacation, according to Variety. Their blissful life is ransacked when they discover their neighbors may be assassins hired to kill them.
The thriller reunites Heigl with director Robert Luketic, who directed Heigl in the upcoming romantic comedy The Ugly Truth.
Filming is set to begin ...