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.
Jeremy Sisto, Jane Levy, Carly Chaikin and Cheryl Hines
In ABC's new comedy Suburgatory, New York architect George Altman (Jeremy Sisto) relocates to the suburbs where he hopes to give his 16-year-old daughter Tessa (newcomer Jane Levy) a more wholesome upbringing. They encounter a range of overly buffed, tucked and spray-tanned neighbors whose colorful plumage disguises their shared humanity.
Pan Am, Christina Ricci
Ticket? Check. Baggage? Check. Girdle? Check. The plane is now ready for lift-off.
On ABC's new period drama Pan Am, the elite ranks of Pan Am stewardesses need to pass daily weigh-ins and girdle checks before they are allowed to fly. On the flip side: They are worldly, empowered women who producers would like us to view as a new breed of feminists.
Cory Monteith, Lea Michele, Chris Colfer
Let's get this straight: Three Gleeks will graduate, and a possible spin-off to Glee isn't dead yet.
Kevin Reilly, Fox's entertainment president, made attempts to set the record straight about the numerous conflicting stories about Glee lately — that creator Ryan Murphy spilled unfounded plot secrets; that actor Chris Colfer found out he, along with Lea Michele and Cory Monteith, were the ones graduating via Twitter; and that the spin-off would be scrapped.
The ThunderCats adventure continues Friday with an all new episode in which WilyKit and Kat finally encounter Lord Lion-O on the way out of the destroyed city.
Kit and Kat in the same space with Snarf? Cute overload! The new team sets out to find the Book of Omens, to unite Third Earth, but Lion-O seems to be more bent on exacting revenge on Mumm-Ra.
So You Think You Can Dance
Thursday night's elimination show was the dancers' last chance to prove they're worthy of moving on to So You Think You Can Dance Season 8 finale. Whose dreams were dashed? Who still has a chance to be named America's Favorite Dancer?
The good news first: Melanie is safe, which is no surprise. Joining her in the finale is Marko, her partner in the pre-Top 10 portion of the competition. (Their statue dance is still easily one of the best routines of the season.)