Everyone's favorite British singleton is back!
Working Title Films is moving forward with a third installment to the Bridget Jones films, which are based on the novels by Helen Fielding, EW reports.
Tyler Florence, Great Food Truck Race
The Great Food Truck Race revs up for its second season on Sunday (10/9c on Food Network). This time, everything's bigger (well, maybe not host Tyler Florence: Eight trucks (one more than last season) will compete for $100,000, which is double the prize money from the show's first outing.
The mobile food purveyors will start in Malibu, Calif., then try their hand at selling to the crowds in Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, Denver, a little town called Manhattan in Kansas, Memphis, Atlanta and finally end up in Miami. Now that the competitors have had a chance to see the first season of The Great Food Truck Race, it'll be interesting to see if they've learned about marketing and resourcefulness as part of their food-selling strategy.
Food Network Star
After nearly a dozen weeks of competition, the latest Food Network Star will be crowned on Sunday at 9/8c. But who deserves to invade our homes on a regular basis to help fill our tummies? Let's take a look at the finalists:
Relax, ThunderCats fans. Panthro isn't dead. "I noticed a little bit of a rumor about that," Kevin Michael Richardson, who voices Panthro in the Cartoon Network remake, tells TVGuide.com. "Someone said that on Facebook, and I was like, 'Really?'
When ThunderCats made its triumphant return to television in July, fans were outraged that Panthro, an integral part of the original '80s-era ThunderCats team, was absent without a satisfactory explanation. In the reboot, Panthro is first reported to be killed in action. Later, a false Panthro is revealed to actually be the evil Mumm-Ra in disguise. After all of this misdirection, it's a relief to know that we'll see the real Panthro back, however briefly, on Friday's episode (8:30/7:30c on Cartoon Network).
Marko Germar, Sasha Mallory, Melanie Moore and Tadd Gadduang
This is the final test: Marko, Melanie, Sasha and Tadd performed their last dances Wednesday night to prove that they should be America's Favorite Dancer. So You Think You Can Dance also welcomed Katie Holmes and choreographer Kenny Ortega (High School Musical trilogy, Dirty Dancing) to the judges table. Let's get to it:
Melanie and Marko, disco
Choreographer: Doriana Sanchez
Song: "I Feel Love," Donna Summer
It's a sparkle fest as Marko channels his inner John Travolta while wearing white. The lifts are impressive, but the energy is subdued and strange. Melanie has the right attitude, but...
Elizabeth Montgomery and Dick York
Between the coven on True Blood and The CW's upcoming teen witch drama, The Secret Circle, don't we have enough witches on TV? CBS thinks not.
The network has ordered a script for a remake of the classic TV comedy Bewitched, Variety reports.
How long can Nucky's luck last?
When last we saw Boardwalk Empire, Nucky Thompson (Steve Buscemi) was feeling pretty lucky after the election went his way and Margaret (Kelly MacDonald) returned to him after discovering his baby son had died.
Adam Levine and Christina Aguilera
The Voice may have crowned Javier Colon its first winner, but it also brought about a collaboration between two of its coaches.
Christina Aguilera and Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine debuted their song "Moves Like Jagger" on the NBC singing competition show this summer and now have unveiled their music video featuring footage of The Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger himself showing off -- what else? -- his moves. The video also features various models trying to mimic his iconic loose-limbed dancing.
Scott Wolf has left the aliens behind to turn into a G-man.
The actor will guest-star on the ninth season premiere of NCIS, TVLine reports. In a potentially recurring role, he'll play FBI Agent Casey Stratton, who will influence the NCIS team in a surprising way.