Desperate Housewives, Nicolette Sheridan
Edie Britt is returning to Desperate Housewives — well, sort of.
A year after the shocking death of Wisteria Lane's resident bad girl, the show is looking to cast a new Edie-type character...
Survivor, Jessica Sugar Kiper
Two years ago on Survivor: Gabon, Jessica "Sugar" Kiper made it to the final three, thanks in part to the large amount of time she spent on Exile Island. Not only did she find an important hidden immunity idol on the island, but she was able to peacefully remove herself from the competition and make it to the finals without any aggressive strategy. On Survivor: Heroes and Villains, she wasn't so lucky, becoming the first castoff of the new season after getting too close for comfort with some of her fellow Heroes (namely a very irritated Colby). Sugar talked with TVGuide.com about her supposed flirtation with Colby, her emotion after losing the immunity challenge and her failed alliances...
Dennis Hopper's wife has agreed to stay away from the actor and not contact him directly as their divorce proceedings continue, according to court records obtained by The Associated Press.
Hopper, who's being treated for prostate cancer, had requested a...
Former President Bill Clinton was in "good spirits" after undergoing surgery Thursday, his spokesman said.
Clinton, 63, had two stents placed in one of his coronary arteries at New York Presbyterian Hospital, spokesman Douglas J. Band said in a statement on the Clinton foundation's website. He was...
Survivor: Heroes and Villains
Survivor often has boiled down to power struggles between perceived good and evil. So it made sense to host/executive producer Jeff Probst to celebrate the show's 10-year anniversary and 20th season with the Heroes vs. Villains edition.
"Heroes vs. Villains was a great idea from the get-go and I think we all knew it," Probst says. "It captures what Survivor really has become about, the good versus the bad."
Jeff Probst offers glimpse of Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains
Signing on also proved to be a no-brainer for many former castaways, even past winners such as...
Jay Leno signed off his self-titled talk show for the last time Tuesday, joking that NBC was allowing him to end the network's failed prime-time experiment after only five months "for good behavior."
"We were on the air five months," he said in his final Jay Leno Show monologue. "It seems like just yesterday I was telling NBC...