After the much-debated movie event of a week ago, Brothers & Sisters returned to its soapy best — and no one was safe. When we were last with the Walkers, they were swimming their way through "Troubled Waters." But now that they've each found the shore, they realize they're not all standing on the same side of the river. It's Tommy vs. Holly, Justin vs. Rebecca, Kitty vs. Robert, and Nora vs. the World (or at least the bulk of her family). But as the episode poignantly reminds us, in battles of the heart, most often there are no winners, only casualties. Did anyone survive? Let's find out.
Tatiana Del Toro, American Idol
Well here we are, kids — the night we finalize the Top 12, er, 13. That's right, Simon waited until the last minute to drop the bombshell on one lucky contestant — and us at home — that Season 8 will have 13 finalists. So which half of the Wild Card singers made it through? Let's find out.
Reese Witherspoon opens up about loves past and present in April's Elle magazine.
In the interview, the Oscar-winning actress and mother of two says her divorce from Ryan Phillippe, her husband of seven years, was "very humiliating and very isolating." Witherspoon does believe, however, that ending a marriage isn't supposed to be easy.
"If it's not painful, maybe it wasn't the right decision to marry to begin with," she said. "Those are the appropriate emotions."
Witherspoon also said...
Chris Brown was charged with two felonies after the R&B singer was accused of attacking Rihanna in the hours leading up to the Grammy Awards last month. On Thursday, he made his first appearance in court since his arrest, but the arraignment was postponed until April 6 as his attorney sought more time to review the case.
Dressed in a grey suit and white shirt, Brown, 19, said little throughout the proceedings. He's charged with assault likely to cause great bodily injury and making criminal threats and remains free on $50,000 bail.
A detective's affidavit with ugly details from the case names the woman involved as...
Who watches the Watchmen? Only weekend box office numbers will tell for sure, but the big-screen adaptation will give its audiences plenty of chances to see it.
Watchmen will open on 3,611 screens this weekend, the most ever for an R-rated film, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Additionally, 1,600 locations will offer midnight screenings, including all 124 of the theaters showing the film in IMAX.
Watchmen director Zack Snyder is no stranger to big openings. In March 2007...
Kristin Chenoweth, Victor Garber
Fox is bringing in even more Broadway and TV vets for its hour-long musical comedy, Glee.
Pushing Daisies' Kristin Chenoweth and Alias star Victor Garber have both been cast in recurring roles, according to Entertainment Weekly's Michael Ausielllo. While Chenoweth's role is being kept secret, Garber, who starred in Broadway's Sweeney Todd, will play Matthew Morrison's father, opposite Tony Winner Debra Monk.
Chenoweth, who starred in Wicked on Broadway, was also ...
Another night, another painful group performance, and another three make it into American Idol's Top 12. Did the singers you voted for find themselves sitting on one of those coveted silver stools? And who will be battling for one of three wild card slots? Let's find out!<
Jeffrey Donovan, Burn Notice
After two seasons of looking for answers, Burn Notice's Michael Westen will finally come face-to-face with the person who promptly ended his career as a spy.
"The person who burned me, you're actually going to meet in the season finale [Thursday at 10 pm/ET, USA]," star Jeffrey Donovan said. "And he's going to have answers that will only satisfy people halfway. Dealing with any kind of covert organization, they can't ever spill the beans totally."
And the perils are aplenty ...
Greg Grunberg plays a mind-reading ex-cop on Heroes, but some overeager fans may have worked themselves into an unnecessary frenzy by trying to read the actor's mind.
Grunberg sent a message to fans via his Twitter account Sunday that caused many to fear the show was ending after its current season. "Winding down shooting Season 3 Heroes," he wrote. "Tough to say goodbye to crew not knowing if any or all of us will return next year. Hope all."
The firestorm the comments caused quickly ...
Megan Hauserman, Sharon Osbourne
Reality TV regular Megan Hauserman didn't walk away from Rock of Love: Charm School with the grand prize, but now she's seeking damages from the show's host, Sharon Osbourne.
Hauserman, the leggy and often bikini-clad star of Rock of Love's second season and I Love Money, sued Osbourne Monday for battery, negligence and intentional infliction of emotional distress after a spat between the two ladies turned physical during a taping for the VH1 show's reunion.
The suit alleges that ...