And then there was one. Hero Rupert Boneham may have made it to the final 6 and to his 100th day of Survivor, but most of his fellow Heroes fared much worse this season, sending only teammate (Colby Donaldson) to the finale. As one of the last Heroes standing, Rupert says it was his inability to convince the rest of his tribe to distrust Russell Hantz that hurt the team, as well as the Heroes' lack of unity from the get-go. The 45-year-old also spoke with TVGuide.com about Hantz's ranking among the reality show's biggest villains, teammate Colby's poor performance, and his fool-proof plan to...
Bret Michaels will appear on The Oprah Winfrey Show in his first TV appearance since being hospitalized for a brain hemorrhage.
The 47-year-old, who was released earlier this month, will appear on the show...
Barbara Walters is recovering after undergoing open heart surgery earlier this week, her rep tells TVGuide.com.
The procedure to fix a faulty heart valve "went well, and the doctors are very pleased with the...
The episode opens at FBI headquarters. Wedick is giving the "the whole world blacked out" speech to a team of agents seen in the beginning of all episodes about how the whole world blacked out. He says tomorrow is April 29. D-Day: The day they catch up to the flash forwards. Wedick says they will not back down no matter what since they are the FBI and they are always open for business. He also says Demetri and Mark are coordinating S.W.A.T. and sniper teams as additional security.
Heidi Montag called the police Thursday after her mother showed up at Montag's Los Angeles home unannounced, People reports.
"My mom showed up unannounced to my house when she knows I have no...
Matthew Perry and Michael Imperioli are among the stars returning to TV as ABC picked up six more new series this fall, Variety reports.
Friends star Perry will return to the small screen in Mr. Sunshine, a comedy about a sports arena manager facing 40. Perry will executive-produce the series, which co-stars...
Alan Ball is partnering with Oprah Winfrey's Harpo Films for an HBO movie based on The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, Variety reports.
The nonfiction book, published in February, focuses on Lacks, a mother of five who died from cervical cancer in 1951 and whose cancerous cells were used for...