Sen. John McCain will make his first television appearance since losing the 2008 Presidential Election on the Nov. 11 episode of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
The Arizona senator and former prisoner of war in Vietnam will help Jay & Co. celebrate ...
MSNBC announced Monday that the network had signed anchor and Countdown host Keith Olbermann to a new four-year contract.
The pact will keep Olbermann at Countdown and NBC's Sunday Night Foobtall until at least 2010, paying him roughly $7.5 million a year. Olbermann's brand of commentary, most often directed at President Bush and his administration, led to the highest ratings in the show's five-year history last month. But with that administration heading out the door, where will Olbermann direct his anger?
In a Monday appearance on The View, Olbermann joked: "We're switching to all Mariah Carey as of tonight." But that wasn't the case at all.
Instead, Olbermann delivered an emotional railing against the passing of California's Proposition 8, proving his "Special Comment" segments don't need to attack Bush to pack a punch.
Watch the six-minute commentary after the jump.
The Cleveland Show
Fox may have granted Family Guy spin-off The Cleveland Show a full-season order, but apparently the tradeoff is a delayed premiere.
The new animated comedy from Seth MacFarlane will not be seen by viewers until fall 2009.
Fox originally announced a late spring premiere for Cleveland at the network's upfront presentation. However ...
The Dark Knight, Iron Man
The People's Choice Awards have spoken.
Though it's hardly the most respected or glamorous Hollywood award show, the annual event almost always gets it right in rewarding the biggest hitters in TV, movies and music. Topping this year's list of nominees are stars like ...
With all the hubbub floating around about Heroes right now, the show is at a very pivotal turning point. How fitting, then, that tonight's opening was about that pivotal moment when a choice is made that forever changes one's course. In the episode, that choice that shapes the soul, Mohinder reminds us, is the one that discerns between darkness and light, good and evil and heroism and villainy. But though that's what the show promised on the outset, that's not exactly what we got. But we did get a rather awesome episode, in my mind. Let's dig in.
The Sopranos — The Complete Series
Bada bing! At long last, the seedy adventures of Tony Soprano & Co. finally arrive on shelves in one complete package. While we could argue about the merits of the show all day (and don't even get us started on that ending), the No. 1 question in every consumer's mind as it relates to this set is the price tag. Is this beautifully and carefully designed package really worth $400 bucks? Like most things in David Chase's world, the answer is a bit complicated ...
Who do you trust? That was the question on many of Brothers & Sisters' characters in this episode. Kevin was having trouble trusting new boss Robert (and vice versa), Kitty put doubts in the mind of her potential birth mother, Rebecca was unsure if she trusted Justin enough to say the old, "L word," Sarah didn't know how much faith she could put in her new business associates and Nora tried make George Lafferty see that he could trust in her family if he decided to tell Ryan the truth. Of course, there were other characters who couldn't be trusted at all. Who were they? Let's find out.<
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. - The Complete Series
James Bond fans, new and old, behold: a TV series (and DVD set) after your own heart. This release, handsomely packaged in an attaché case, features all 105 episodes of the Golden-Globe winning series that combined foreign spying with 1960s cool like no other show. Starring Robert Vaughn and David McCallum (who's still going strong on NCIS), the unlikely partners approached every case and in their own wacky, tongue-in-cheek style, attempted to thwart the plots of THRUSH, both stateside and abroad.
The 41-disc set features ...