Alison Sweeney and Ali Landry
Please join Hollywood Girls Night for an evening of gossip, grub and girly cocktails. RSVP appreciated.
Friends Ali Landry and Alison Sweeney, aka The Alis, wanted more quality time with their busy Hollywood gal pals who juggled their careers with motherhood. Thus, a series of themed dinner parties was born, which evolved into TV Guide Network's five-part series, Hollywood Girls Night, premiering Sunday at 9/8c.
It's about time the women got to be part of the action on Spartacus: Vengeance, and we're not just talking about between the sheets.
This season's female ex-slaves have become an integral part of the resistance movement. Mira in particular helped orchestrate the demolition of Capua's gladiator arena and has also proven to be fierce in the field. In one skirmish, she even took a flying leap and landed on a Roman guard, stabbing him repeatedly.
Titus Welliver, best known as Lost's Man in Black, drops by Grimm on Friday, but will he bring good or evil tidings?
Nick (David Giuntoli) has unwittingly been dealing with an unknown antagonist, his very own Capt. Renard (Sasha Roiz), whose agenda is still unknown to viewers. He's apparently some sort of royalty among the creature kind and has enough pull to get others killed without getting his own hands (paws?) dirty. In Friday's episode ((9/8c, NBC ), the captain will start to exhibit odd behavior when he comes in contact with some rare coins that have turned up from a failed robbery.
Phil Phillips, Jessica Sanchez
There are two main questions to address when considering who will become the American Idol Season 11 finalists: Which of the 25 semifinalists have the chops or potential fan support to make the cut? And, just how many finalists are there going to be anyway? Answers will come in Thursday's two-hour ...
The Nanny star Charles Shaughnessy will drop by for an upcoming episode of ABC's crime drama Castle, ABC has confirmed. The actor had tweeted out the news with a YouTube video co-starring his shaggy dog Barrington on Tuesday.
Bristol Palin can't get enough of the reality show spotlight.
The daughter of former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin will star in her own docuseries on Lifetime called Bristol Palin: Life's a Tripp, the network announced Wednesday. As the name indicates, the series will focus on the younger Palin being a single mother to her toddler son Tripp as she adjusts to living alone in Alaska.
Adam Arkin just can't quit Justified.
The actor had previously directed five episodes of FX's Western-themed series and will next guest-star on two episodes this season, EW reports.
Lindsay Lohan and Keenan Thompson
Lindsay Lohan returns to Studio 8H to host Saturday Night Live with musical guest Jack White this week, but will she bring the funny?
Watch Lindsay Lohan's Today interview
In these NBC promos, we see LiLo and cast member Keenan Thompson goofing around and even playing with the concept of "Lind-sanity" (their word, not ours). But we couldn't help but notice that Lohan is looking a little... stiffer around the face these days? Has she had some work done? Has community service altered her appearance?
After playing a terrorist on Homeland, Marin Ireland is jumping networks to another deadly drama.
The actress will be joining the second season of AMC's mystery series The Killing in a potentially recurring role, TVLine reports. She'll play Liz, a strong-willed blue collar worker who happens to also be the sister of Det. Stephen Holder (Joel Kinnaman).