After months of pounding the pavement as Detective Danny Reagan on Blue Bloods, is Donnie Wahlberg ready for New Kids on the Block's summer tour with the Backstreet Boys? The answer is a resounding yes.
TV Guide Network's Chris Harrison caught up with the singer-actor to talk about returning to the stage. "We're just going to put all the greatest fans in the world in one arena every night and just have the party of a lifetime...
As if Matthew Morrison isn't busy enough recording songs and learning new choreography for Glee, the actor is preparing to release his first solo album in May and will hit the road this summer.
TV Guide Network's Chris Harrison talked to Morrison about the record and when fans can see him on tour in the U.S. "My album is almost done. It's going to come out in May. I think the first single should be coming out in the next three weeks," Morrison tells Harrison. "I'm going to be going on a world tour starting at the end of...
On this Sunday's episode of Desperate Housewives, Lynette struggles to include her mother's obnoxious new husband in the family. Susan gets a big surprise from an old friend. Bree continues to try to hide Keith's son from him. Gaby has trouble beginning therapy after the car-jacking incident.
On Scrubs, it took more than seven seasons for Sarah Chalke's character, Elliot, to finally get the guy. On her newest series, Mad Love, it only takes one episode.
"I love that Kate is kind of a hopeless romantic," Chalke told reporters last week. "She seems like such an eternal optimist. She meets Ben and it's love at first sight...
Real Housewives of Atlanta
In part one of The Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion, the ladies opened up about everything from prenups and liposuction (Cynthia Bailey and Kandi Burruss have both had it) to past relationship drama and race relations. Despite their candor, when the dust settled there were still many burning questions left about NeNe Leakes' husband, Kim Zolciak's assistant and whether NeNe and Phaedra Parks really knew each other before the show.
Here are the five we're still thinking about.
Russell Brand, the British comedian otherwise known as Mr. Katy Perry, hosted Saturday Night Live for the first time and played up his foreigner status.
Brand started out the evening asking the audience to trust him, since he averred he's much more famous in his native England than he is in America. He also explained his signature tight clothing to the audience saying, "In England, tight pants means you're famous. In America, tight pants means additional screening at...