Knock, knock! It's Tempestt Bledsoe, and she's here to organize your home. Tonight, the former Cosby Show kid brings her own unique flair to the job of clutter-busting when she takes over as host of the popular makeover series Clean House from Niecy Nash, who's moving on to other projects.
Hot celeb scoop and Mario Lopez's dimples aren't the only reasons we're tuning in to Extra, where Terri Seymour has been a correspondent since 2004. Blessed with beauty, charm and a star quality of her own, Simon Cowell's ex-squeeze is one of our idols. Here's why ...
Hutch Dano and Adam Hicks
Mark your calendars, kids! February 28 is when the popular Disney XD comedy Zeke and Luther returns for its totally gnarly third season.
For the skateboarding BFFs played by Hutch Dano and Adam Hicks, getting sponsored by Riot Skates at the end of Season 2 opens the door for new adventures — not all of them excellent.
The Season 3 premiere, titled "Zeke's Last Ride," finds one of the boys literally falling on his face while attempting a stunt.
So it sounds like the road to becoming the next Tony Hawk is paved with obstacles, but there should be silliness too as the duo struggle to ...
Putting out an APB: Blue Bloods is back with new episodes. After reviving Friday-night TV with its solid ratings, the freshman drama about a multi-generational family of New York cops moves to Wednesdays starting tonight. Will Estes, who plays youngest son and rookie cop Jamie Reagan, gives us the lowdown.
David E. Kelley, the Emmy-winning writer and producer behind TV hits Ally McBeal, The Practice and Boston Legal, has created yet another quirky new legal drama (his specialty!). Harry's Law stars Kathy Bates as a burned-out patent attorney who runs a storefront criminal-defense firm. Kelley briefs us on what we need to know about his latest legal eagle.
Harry was supposed to be a man.
"We didn't find the actor we thought embodied everything Harry should or could be, so we opened the field up to women and, as soon as we did, Kathy's name leaped to the top of the list," he says about casting the Oscar winner....
Teresa Scanlan and Emoly West
Here she is, Miss America! The grandmother of all reality shows marks its 90th anniversary with the best present of all: a return to network television after spending the last five years on cable (twice on CMT and three times on TLC).
"It's great to be back where we belong," says Sam Haskell III, chairman of the board of the Miss America Organization, who helped orchestrate a three-year deal with ABC. "We've all worked hard to make this happen," he continues.
Betty White and Duff Goldman, Ace of Cakes
Mark your calendars, Ace of Cakes fans, because there are only five episodes left before the February 20 series finale. The Charm City Cakes head honcho, Chef Duff Goldman, gives a taste of what to expect.
Sara Ramirez, Jessica Capshaw
Come on, get happy! After dealing with a tragic school shooting last week, the docs of Seattle Grace Mercy West lighten up tonight (9/8c, ABC), according to Grey's Anatomy executive producer Krista Vernoff. "It's very funny," she says of the story line that finds a new batch of interns trailing the residents. "It's very Season 1 Grey's, seeing the ineptitude of the baby doctors."
Jake and the Neverland Pirates
Jake and the Never Land Pirates (Series premiere in February, Disney Channel)
Yo, ho, ho! It's a pirate's life for David Arquette, who voices a parrot named Skully in this new animated preschool show about a crew of kid buccaneers and their adventures outwitting the legendary Captain Hook. ...