Days of Our Lives
Days of Our Lives has been renewed for a 45th season, which will run on NBC through 2011, the network announced Friday.
"The producers, cast and crew have worked tirelessly to make Days the ratings success it is today...
And we're back! It's been a little bit since FlashForward's last new episode, but I hope everyone is as ready as I am to dive right back into the many questions we have and finally get some answers.
In the beginning, we see a window washer in Los Angeles who narrowly escapes death during the blackout. He has become a motivational speaker and shares how the blackout helped put him a great new path — a turning point (maybe to show how this episode will be a turning point? Just thinking aloud). "None of us are in this alone," he says before musing about hope vs. chaos.
Paula Abdul won't be returning to the judges table just yet.
Talks for the former American Idol judge to join ABC's possible Star Search reboot as a judge and host have ended, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Abdul's decision not to participate puts the show's fate into question, as the idea was largely tied to Abdul...
Jesse James and Sandra Bullock
Jesse James publicly apologized to wife Sandra Bullock and his three children Thursday amid reports of infidelity.
"It's because of my poor judgment that I deserve everything bad that is coming my way," James, 40, said in a statement obtained by TVGuide.com. The former Monster Garage star also called...
Joseph Fiennes, Michael Ealy, John Cho
It's been four months since FlashForward fans last caught up with agents Mark Benford (Joseph Fiennes), Demetri Noh (John Cho) and the rest of the Mosaic team investigating the Oct. 6 global blackout. However, viewers won't have to scratch their heads much longer, as the series returns with all new episodes Thursday at 8/7c. Who is Suspect Zero? What's next for Mark? How does Aaron Stark (Brian F. O'Byrne) fit into all this? TVGuide.com talked with the cast and crew to get those answers and more...
NBC is rehiring the original Apprentice, the network announced Wednesday.
The non-celebrity version of the reality show from executive producers Mark Burnett and Donald Trump will return for a sixth season with a revised format. It will emphasize the country's economy by casting 14 contestants affected by the recession. The new cast will consist of...
Fox will serve a third season of Kitchen Nightmares, the network announced Wednesday.
The reality series follows Gordon Ramsay as he travels to declining restaurants across the country to whip the owners, staff and food itself back into...
Magnum P.I. star Tom Selleck is in talks to play the lead role in an untilted CBS cop drama, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The pilot, formerly known as Reagan's Law, comes from Mitchell Burgess and Robin Green and revolves around a family of New York cops. Selleck will play Michael, the NYPD chief of police who...