Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon
Justin Timberlake closed out Season 36 of Saturday Night Live, reprising two memorable sketches — co-hosting "The Barry Gibb Talk Show" with SNL alum Jimmy Fallon and re-teaming with Andy Samberg for a third digital short in their '90s R&B group alter egos from "D--- in a Box" and "Motherlover."
Musical guest Lady Gaga also got to have some fun in "3-Way (The Golden Rule)," which saw Timberlake — who was serving as the show's host for the fourth time — and Samberg singing about how it's not gay if it's a three-way, "with a...
John Barrowman and Eve Myles
What if nobody on Earth dies?
That question lies at the center of Torchwood: Miracle Day, which follows what happens when suddenly no one on Earth dies and the population slowly begins to rise. The latest installment of the BBC series sees the secret Torchwood institute, including Capt. Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) and Gwen Cooper (Eve Myles), come to the U.S. to try to...
Sara Rue and Kevin Price
Sara Rue wed boyfriend Kevin Price over the weekend, Us Weekly reports.
"I've never been happier," Rue, 32, told the magazine. "I feel so lucky to have found someone as kind, funny and smart as Kevin...
Law & Order: Criminal Intent
Even though Nick Chinlund was the one throwing the punches during his guest stint on Law & Order: Criminal Intent Sunday, he probably didn't anticipate he would also be feeling the pain.
"I was very sore the next day and I wasn't the...
American Idol still won the night on Thursday, but the season finales of The Mentalist and The Office put up a good fight.
Nearly 22 million viewers tuned in to Idol to find out which two singers made it to next week's finale. The hourlong results show also drew a...
Jake Gyllenhaal's lawyers have ordered several websites to take down a picture of the actor showing him stretching in his underwear, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Attorneys for the Brokeback Mountain actor, 30, claim that "as anybody could tell from a cursory examination, this is a fake...
The Office, Ricky Gervais
Ricky Gervais may have applied for the top job at Dunder Mifflin, but don't expect to see him on The Office come fall.
The creator and star of the original BBC version of the sitcom criticized the hourlong season finale of the American Office on his blog Friday, writing, "If you're going to jump a shark, jump a big one."
The Office finale: Who should be the new boss?
Gervais, 49, is an executive producer on the U.S. adaptation and guest-starred earlier this season, reprising...
Catherine Tate, Will Arnett
It's serious business replacing the never-taken-seriously Michael Scott (Steve Carell) on The Office. After the implosion of both the sexist, nepotistic Deangelo Vickers and the power-mad, armed Dwight Schrute, Dunder Mifflin pulled out all the stops to find the right manager on Thursday's season finale. While there are rumors about who may already have the job and who definitely doesn't, nothing's official until the Season 8 premiere in September.
Let's do a follow-up interview with each of the candidates and decide who would make the best successor for the World's Best Boss -- quickly, before Creed wants to set up a lunch with his 4th and 9th-best clients. (Note: Jim Carrey's character didn't make the final list of contenders because, let's face it, this guy is never leaving the Finger Lakes...