Bethenny Getting Married
Last week, viewers watched Bethenny Frankel walk down the aisle and become a bona fide housewife. But now that she and Jason Hoppy have tied the knot, what's the long-term future of Bethenny Getting Married? Frankel, for one, isn't worried.
"The best parts on my show are when Jason and I are sitting in the kitchen talking about nonsense, or...
Jennifer Love Hewitt, The Client List
Jennifer Love Hewitt is well aware of possible judgments about her character in the Lifetime film The Client List: a married mother of three turned prostitute.
Bring it on -- that's part of the fun, she says.
"You do root for her and you do judge her, and you love that you judge her and by the end of it, you really forgive her for all that she's done," the 31-year-old Hewitt says. "Sometimes the best role models, and the people you should look up to the most, are the ones who...
On this week of The Bachelorette, it's finally time for the hometown dates! These are the four dates that had Ali in a tizzy all during last week's episodes and who can blame her? Like in real life — which this show rarely ever is — meeting the family can make or break the romantic connections.
Ali travels to Tampa to visit Roberto and she's pretty much so smitten over him that...
After learning the network wasn't so keen on making a show with him after all, Drama is stingy with the bill after breakfast with Eric and Turtle. Turtle offers to get the check, but his business card is declined. Eric picks up the tab, but Turtle is perplexed about his card, since he says he never uses it.
Eric puts in a call to Vince, who has just woken up from an 18-hour power nap. Eric reminds Vince that he has a press conference later in the day for the Ferrari movie, but Vince's biggest concern is getting a haircut asap. Eric says he doesn't have enough time to get a haircut as Vince studies his long curls in the mirror.
Jim Longworth, the Chicago detective whose relocation to Florida is at the center of the new A&E series The Glades, isn't the most sympathetic character. In fact, he's a bit of an abrasive know-it-all. But that's just fine with the actor who plays him, Matt Passmore, who's had plenty of experience playing characters who aren't always likeable. In anticipation of The Glades' premiere Sunday at 10/9c, Passmore talked with TVGuide.com about what makes the show unique, and how being an Australian playing a transplanted Chicagoan helps him relate to his character.
TVGuide.com: What attracted you to The Glades?
Matt Passmore: When I read it, I thought the guy kind of leapt off the page. I thought [creator] Clifton Campbell had created a great character. There's a lot of scripts where you read great characters and that sort of thing, but there was something about this guy that I thought I kind of got him. ... And it seemed like a cop show...