Fanboys across the country had their hearts broken earlier this year when geek goddess Olivia Munn stepped down as host of G4's Attack of the Show! after four years.
But Munn, who will next star in the NBC comedy Perfect Couples, hasn't forgotten about those fans.
"This is something I've wanted to do forever," Munn said...
A. J. McLean
Backstreet Boys singer A.J. McLean has checked into rehab, People reports.
McLean said he checked himself into a rehab clinic for "personal reasons," according to the magazine.
"With 2011 being a busy year for Backstreet, I want to be healthy and perform and sing for people at my very best and happiest," he said in a statement. "None of this will...
Alfred Molina will replace Skeet Ulrich as the lead detective on Law & Order: Los Angeles, executive producer Dick Wolf announced in a statement Wednesday.
Molina, who currently plays Deputy District Attorney Ricardo Morales, will jump from the courtroom to the precinct beginning with episode 15. It will be revealed that Morales was an LAPD detective for 15 years, and when he becomes frustrated with the law, he decides to return to the force as a beat cop.
Randy Jackson, Jennifer Lopez, Steven Tyler, Ryan Seacrest and Jimmy Iovine
A year after Simon Cowell announced his departure from American Idol, the new judges panel stepped onto the same stage in Pasadena, Calif., to talk about how different they are from the caustic British judge.
"We're not here to break people down, but we're here to guide people through it," Jennifer Lopez said Tuesday at the Television Critics Association's winter previews.
Viewers will get to weigh in for themselves on Lopez, fellow new judge Steven Tyler and Randy Jackson when Idol's 10th season premieres on Wednesday, Jan. 19 at 8/7c on Fox. Returning executive producer Nigel Lythgoe emphasized a focus on not only finding but also mining a "true artist."
Idol auditions: Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler bring laughs, critiques and tears
"It's a lot more about searching for that eventual winner rather than...
Grab your ear plugs: Mary Murphy will return to So You Think You Can Dance as a resident judge for the show's upcoming eighth season, Fox announced Tuesday.
"I am thrilled and already dancing in my seat to be back as a permanent judge this season, which I'm sure will be the best ever," Murphy said in a statement.
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