A mansion at the top of Los Angeles' famous Runyon Canyon may seem like a dream place to call home, but on Monday's episode of Law & Order: Los Angeles, it's also an ideal place for a criminal to hide out.
When a college co-ed is found strangled, the clues soon lead Detectives Morales (Alfred Molina) and Jaruszalski (Corey Stoll) to an...
TV Guide Network will launch an 11-city mobile spa tour in anticipation of its new reality series Nail Files, the network announced Monday.
The tour, which kicks off Saturday, May 14 in Alpharetta, Ga., will re-create the salon experience of The Painted Nail store featured in Nail Files and offer visitors free manicures. The tour will hit New York, Los Angeles and Las Vegas, among ...
Tina Fey celebrated having the No. 1 book (and the No. 86 TV show) in the country by returning to host Saturday Night Live for a third time. Six months along with her second child, the few sketches that did not reference the recent death of Osama bin Laden played up Fey's pregnancy...
Paula Abdul has signed on to join The X Factor judges table, Fox announced Sunday.
The deal reunites the former American Idol judge with Simon Cowell, who will judge and executive-produce X Factor. Abdul, 48, and Cowell, 51, worked together on Idol for eight seasons before Abdul left in 2009. Cowell departed the next year to launch The X Factor in the U.S. after working on the original U.K. version for seven seasons.
Nicole Scherzinger, Steve Jones named X Factor co-hosts
"This show would never have been the same without Paula and I can't believe I am...
There's a lot of name-calling in the game of Survivor. Back-stabber. Liar. Cheater. Thief. But racist? That's a whole other issue. So when Phillip Sheppard accused his opponent Steve Wright of racism after Steve called him crazy, it was the rant heard around the camp -- and on TVs across the country. Luckily, the 51-year-old former NFL offensive tackle took the ugly name-calling in stride. "I knew that there was nothing that could be made from what I was saying," he tells TVGuide.com. Steve also talked about what shocked him most about Phillip, why he tried to align with...
Jonathan Cake, Desperate Housewives
Jonathan Cake knew from the moment he first stepped onto Wisteria Lane that he was in for a wild ride on Desperate Housewives with his new co-star, Marcia Cross.
"She was wielding an enormous gun," Cake tells TVGuide.com, "which I thought was a great way to meet the person you were going to have this exciting story arc with."
Their story kicked off in last week's episode with the unusual meet-cute between Cake's character, Detective Chuck Vance, and Bree Van de Kamp. First, Chuck misunderstood Bree's joke and thought she was out to...
Workaholics will be punching back in for a second season, Comedy Central announced Wednesday.
Premiering in April, the half-hour comedy has averaged 1.2 million viewers. Season 2 will consist of...