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Jim Carrey Sends Up Black Swan for Saturday Night Live

Jim Carrey

Jim Carrey tapped into the manic energy and physical comedy that defined his early career while hosting Saturday Night Live.

Carrey was game for anything, including proposing to an already married audience member during his monologue ... read more

James Gandolfini: Real Housewives is "Extraordinary," Jersey Shore? Not So Much

James Gandolfini

James Gandolfini is willing to admit he's seen some reality television.

"I have watched Real Housewives of Atlanta. That was extraordinary," the three-time Emmy-winner said Friday at the Television Critics Association's winter preview sessions. Asked about Jersey Shore, the actor said, "No, no, no."

In HBO's upcoming original movie Cinema Verite, Gandolfini will play reality TV pioneer... read more

Kate Winslet on Making Her TV Debut: "Film, Schmilm"

Mildred Pierce

She's won an Oscar. She's starred in one of the most successful movies of all time. Now, Kate Winslet is about to conquer another first: television.

"It never occurred to me, beyond the moment of reading those scripts, 'Wow, this is television, therefore it's going to be different somehow,'" Winslet said Friday at the Television Critics Association's winter preview sessions. The actress is starring in HBO's 5-part adaptation of Mildred Pierce. "Sure we have more to shoot ... but the level of determination and level of focus was so much more intense than certainly any... read more

Twilight's Jamie Campbell Bower Keeps King Arthur "Fleshy" for Camelot

Joseph Fiennes, Claire Forlani, Jamie Campbell Bower

There's plenty of sword play and sex scenes in Starz' upcoming take on the legendary story of Camelot. But star Jamie Campbell Bower says those expecting "a beefy King Arthur" should keep looking.

"We find this character when he's in his late teens. What I didn't want to have was ... read more

Joan Rivers Takes Aim at OWN and Jersey Shore

Melissa and Joan Rivers

Joan Rivers has made an entire career out of being brutally honest, whether through vicious stand-up or her infamous red carpet critiques.

So it's no shocker that Rivers was more than game to take aim at everything from Oprah's new network to Jersey Shore during the Television Critics Association's winter previews.

WE TV taps Joan Rivers for new series

"Does anyone want to know about our new network? It's called Rent," Rivers, 77, joked less than 24 hours after... read more

Two Practice Alums Book Guest Spots on David E. Kelley’s New Series

Camryn Manheim and Steve Harris, The Practice

Former Practice stars Camryn Manheim and Steve Harris will reunite with series creator David E. Kelley, TVLine reports.

Manheim and Harris both will guest-star on Kelley's latest legal series, Harry's Law. It stars Kathy Bates as a recently fired attorney who... read more

Bill O’Reilly to Interview President Obama Before Super Bowl XLV

Bill O'Reilly, Barack Obama

No matter which teams make it to the big game, there's at least one good match scheduled to take place on Super Bowl Sunday.

Bill O'Reilly will interview President Barack Obama in a special set to air before the NFL championship, Deadline reports.

Black Eyed Peas to perform during Super Bowl halftime show

The Fox News Channel host will interview Obama for... read more

Ray Romano: I’ll Be Surprised If Network Comedies Work at 10 O'Clock

Ray Romano

NBC and ABC have yet to launch their new 10 p.m. comedy blocks, but they already have a critic from the comedy world: Ray Romano.

During Thursday's Television Critics Association panel for his TNT drama Men of a Certain Age, Romano expressed doubt about whether half-hour comedies can work so late in the evening.

NBC adds third Thursday night comedy hour; unveils midseason prime-time schedule

"I think they got their work cut out... read more

Mark-Paul Gosselaar: That Raising the Bar Guy Was "So Righteous"

Franklin & Bash

He's back on TNT. He's back in the courtroom playing a lawyer. But Mark-Paul Gosselaar says the similarities between his short-lived legal drama Raising the Bar and his upcoming series Franklin & Bash end there.

For starters, his Raising the Bar character was kind of uptight.

"Honestly, I miss working with [Raising the Bar creators] David Feige and Steven Bocho, but to play that character was ... he was so righteous.... read more

Celebrities, Beware: TV Guide Network's The Nail Files Vows To Tell It Like It Is

Nail Files

Katie Cazorla may run The Painted Nail, a nail salon that caters to the likes of Teri Hatcher and Hilary Duff, but A-listers expecting special treatment should look elsewhere.

"It doesn't matter if you're a celebrity. If you have jacked-up nails, I'm gonna tell you," Cazorla said Wednesday at the Televisions Critics Association's winter preview session. Viewers may soon get to see that honesty in action when TV Guide Network premieres its new reality series, The Nail Files.

Jersey Shore creators' nail-salon show lands at TV Guide Network

Debuting this summer, Nail Files will look at the secrets behind Cazorla's... read more

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