It's been 10 months since Conan O'Brien last graced The Tonight Show stage, but he hasn't left everything from his 13 years at NBC behind for good.
The former Late Night host, who left the network in January, says he still plans to...
Juan Carlos Cruz
Former Food Network host Juan Carlos Cruz pleaded no contest Tuesday to a charge that he hired two men in a failed attempt to kill his wife, according to The Associated Press.
The 48-year-old, who hosted Calorie Commando from...
Tracy Morgan will headline his first stand-up special for HBO, the network announced Tuesday.
Tracy Morgan: Black and Blue will premiere on Saturday, Nov. 13 at 10/9c. The special was taped in front of a live audience back in September at New York's Apollo Theatre, where he was...
Lucas Neff and Shannon Woodward
Ever since Jimmy (Lucas Neff) first met Sabrina (Shannon Woodward) behind the check stand on Raising Hope, the new father has regarded the object of his affection as close to perfect. But around the Chance family, that won't hold true for...
It took a baseball bat and a whole lot of sexual tension, but viewers finally got to see Kalinda Sharma (Archie Panjabi) come undone on last week's episode of The Good Wife.
After weeks of playing cat and mouse with the firm's new investigator, Blake (Scott Porter), Kalinda sent a clear message by smashing in his car windows and sealing the wreck with a kiss. What followed between the two was one of the season's hottest confrontations yet.
"We were not given any direction for that...
Edward James Olmos
Syfy is returning to the Battlestar Galactica universe once again, this time for a new series prequel following Ensign William Adama fresh out of the Academy, the network announced Friday.
Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome will be a two-hour pilot set in the tenth year of the first Cylon War. In the midst of the battle between humans and their creations, a young Adama finds himself leading the colonial fleet's newest addition, the Galactica...
The CW has picked up full seasons of freshman series Hellcats and Nikita, as well as veteran drama One Tree Hill, the network announced Friday.
"This fall, The CW made several strategic scheduling....
To hear Yve Rojas tell it, she has many people to blame for her early exit from Survivor: Nicaragua. She points the finger at Tyrone Davis for eating too much, at Dan Lembo for complaining too much, and at herself for dropping the ball. But the most surprising person the 41-year-old homemaker blames is host Jeff Probst. "I think Jeff threw me under the bus a little bit when he said, 'Why wouldn't you keep someone like Dan around?" Rojas said. She talked with TVGuide.com about why she failed to connect with her teammates, why she wanted Dan to go, and what her tribe needs to do to...