Oh boy, indeed! Quantum Leap may be coming to the big screen. At the TV Guide Magazine and the Paley Center For Media's Quantum Leap retrospective (hosted by TV Guide Magazine's executive editor Craig Tomashoff) at Comic-Con on July 22, series star Scott Bakula revealed that a feature-film version of the classic 1989-1993 drama was in the works...
For a guy who married and made a baby with one of TV's most outgoing reality stars, Bethenny Frankel's hubby, Jason Hoppy, sure stays under the radar. Still, there are a few things we've found out about the businessman that make us happy for the Hoppy couple...
How can you not love Angie Harmon? Not only is the former model still superfine, but she is also packing
major brains and brass behind that pretty face. So it's fitting that her Rizzoli & Isles (Mondays, 10/9c, TNT) character, Beantown detective Jane Rizzoli, is proving herself to the old boys' club tonight when she takes on her pill of a new boss (Donnie Wahlberg).
Helping Harmon's case? Real-life research...
Well, that's gonna leave a mark. On HGTV's fantastically fun Next Design Star last night, we got one of those to-DIY-for moments that should be de rigueur on shows where folks are actually dealing with dangerous equipment, but are actually rarely seen: an injury.
Brendon and Rachel, Big Brother 12
To all those reality bashers who go on about "oh, it's so edited, blah blah wah," go watch some of Showtime 2's uncut, unedited live feed from the Big Brother house and then we'll talk. Because, for real, this thing is boring. Thursday night's three-hour edition of Big Brother After Dark felt like three seasons, and still, nothing happened...
Funnyman Daniel Tosh has been getting all sorts of sassy on the second season of his Soup-like Comedy Central series, Tosh.0. But unlike Joel McHale's clipfest, which primarily mines the worlds of talk shows and reality TV for the funny, Tosh trolls the web and headlines for bizarro bits and works them over like they owe him money...
Stephanie Pratt, Lauren 'Lo' Bosworth
It's the end of an error. But at least the most scripted "reality" show ever went out with a wink.
While The Hills should have been dunzo back when Lauren and Whitney left the building, it was still a bummer to think about saying goodbye to the gang. It's been a wild six seasons since LC and Heidi moved from Laguna Beach to L.A., and in that time, a lot has changed...