Florrick for Governor? Oh, Alicia (Julianna Margulies). Something tells us you're really going to regret saying that.
In this new preview for The Good Wife's final three episodes, Alicia encourages Peter (Chris Noth) to run for governor. Little does the good wife know that a) Peter's new opposition is Mike Kresteva (Matthew Perry), the lawyer with whom Alicia butted heads in the blue ribbon panel, and b) Mike does not let go of grudges...
It's been an uphill battle for Oprah Winfrey and the OWN Network since its launch in January 2011, and nobody knows that better than Winfrey herself.
Appearing on CBS' This Morning Monday, the former talk show host admitted that given a chance to go back, she may not have chosen the same path again. "The idea of creating a network was something that I'd wanted to do," Winfrey said. "Had I known that it...
On this week's episode of Desperate Housewives, Bree tries to hire a hot-shot lawyer after she gets arrested for Alejandro/Ramon's murder. Susan and Lee finds a mysterious box of Mike's in the closet. Lynette moves on to the next phase of getting Tom back. Gaby tries some interesting tactics to get new personal shopping clients.
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The Hunger Games kept the weekend's two new releases wanting more.
Last weekend's No. 1 film grossed an estimated $61.1 million in its second week of release, according to Box Office Mojo. The Hunger Games is now the first non-sequel movie to reach...
House of Lies
If there's one thing House of Lies viewers have learned about Marty Kaan (Don Cheadle) and his "pod" at Galweather & Stearn, it's that they'll go to any lengths necessary to get the job done. So now that the company's merger with MetroCapital has gotten the green light, expect the quartet to go to even greater extremes to save themselves.
"Their backs are truly against a wall," Ben Schwartz told reporters earlier this week. "They're scrambling to get air and not die, and killing anybody they can to get air."
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However, Marty's problems aren't limited to the boardroom. In...
Carson Daly issued an apology Wednesday after making what some deemed to be a homophobic joke on his Los Angeles radio morning show.
The current host of The Voice and ex-TRL emcee was discussing JetBlue pilot Clayton Osbon, who was charged with interfering with the crew after he had a breakdown on a recent flight out of New York. Several men on the flight — who happened to be on their way to a security industry conference in Las Vegas — had to wrestle the pilot to the cabin floor after he began screaming over the radio about religion and pounded aggressively on the locked door of the cockpit midflight.
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"With my luck, it would be like...