After Kevin Alejandro's rather bloody fate on True Blood, he's going to get a taste of being the aggressor.
The Southland actor will guest-star as killer on the upcoming season of the A&E drama Breakout Kings, EW reports.
Who's your baby daddy? If you're Kristin Baxter (Alexandra Krosney) on Last Man Standing, then he looks an awful lot like Nick Jonas.
Even superheroes need lawyers, or at least the ones on Franklin & Bash do.
Stepbrothers Phineas and Ferb will continue to have more adventures, while poor Candace will continue to try to bust them.
Disney Channel has ordered a fourth season of its hit animated comedy Phineas and Ferb, the channel announced Wednesday. The new episodes will roll out through 2014.
The final season of Chuck is underway, and nervous fans are unsure of what to make of the titular Nerd Herder working without the Intersect.
"I'm a little hesitant to actually tell you if he'll actually get it back or not," co-executive producer Chris Fedak told reporters on a call to promote Friday's episode, "Chuck Versus the Bearded Bandit" (8/7c, NBC). "Chuck with the Intersect was a little too easy. We wanted to have more fun this season going back to Season 1 and Season 2 Chuck where things were difficult and complicated and he had to come up with his own Chuck solutions to problems."
The trial of Dr. Conrad Murray, the doctor accused in Michael Jackson's death, finished closing arguments Thursday, the Los Angeles Times reports.
What happened to the manager who said Jennifer Lopez was fat?
In Glamour's December issue, the American Idol host reveals that she had to take extreme action when a manager had the audacity to imply that she had to lose weight.
Producers, beware. Eddie Murphy and Drew Barrymore give the least bang for their buck.
After 15 years on General Hospital, Ingo Rademacher is taking a well-earned vacation to Hawaii.
The Aussie actor will guest-star in an episode of Hawaii Five-0, TVLine reports.
This Thanksgiving, Lady Gaga could be the eye-opening antidote to too much turkey and wine.
The pop star and Katie Couric will sit down for a 90-minute holiday special, A Very Gaga Thanksgiving, which will air Thursday, Nov. 24 at 9:30/8:30c on ABC, the network announced Thursday.
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