It's about time he showed up! Disney Channel has a huge hit on its hands with the Peter Pan—inspired animated series Jake and the Never Land Pirates — it's cable's top-rated show for boys age 2 to 5 — but the whole first season went by without ...
He brought geekdom to the masses with his films Clerks and Mallrats. Now Kevin Smith turns to TV with AMC's Comic Book Men, a reality show set at Jay and Silent Bob's Secret Stash, the comics shop Smith owns in Red Bank, New Jersey. The fanboy auteur tells TV Guide Magazine why his newest project is scarier than a zombie attack.
She committed murder. He took the rap for her and went to jail. Now The Young and the Restless' Victor and Nikki — played by suds greats Eric Braeden and Melody Thomas Scott — are back in each other's arms. But will it last past Valentine's Day? Thomas Scott gave TV Guide Magazine the gloomy scoop.
Fan fave Joanna Johnson is returning to the role of Karen Spencer on CBS' The Bold and the Beautiful in March — and she's not coming alone!
Sheryl Underwood juggles a lot these days. She's one of the new cohosts of The Talk, plus a film producer, standup comic, Sirius radio host and that ultimate political rarity, a conservative Republican who's out there ...
Ian Buchanan has carved himself a fabulous career playing left-of-center soap guys — slick crime lord Duke Lavery on General Hospital, superdouche Dick Tremayne on Twin Peaks, virgin psychiatrist James Warwick on The Bold and the Beautiful and Dr. Greg Madden, the All My Children wacko who performed the notorious "un-abortion" on Erica Kane's baby. Is Buchanan now getting ready ...
Does she have her own private wi-fi connection to the gods? Tonight's episode of Spartacus: Vengeance finds Lucy Lawless' character, Lucretia, being treated like a superstar by the citizens of Capua. They believe she's divinely blessed — how else to explain her narrow escape from death during the bloody slave revolt? — and that she can tap into the wisdom of Mount Olympus. It sure seems that way. Before long, Lucretia starts spouting prophecy.
Nancy Lee Grahn is sweating at lot these days on the set of General Hospital, and it's not due to those cancellation rumors. It's because she's going somewhere Susan Lucci never dared — this week her character, Alexis, will be declared menopausal! TV Guide Magazine spoke with the Emmy-winning Grahn about the dreaded "M" word, how she copes with ageism in soaps and why the hell she can't stop tweeting.
She's a serial killer with a secret. Sci-fi fave Amy Acker (Angel, Dollhouse) guest stars on the Feb. 10 episode of NBC's fairy-tale cop drama Grimm as a spiderwoman who seduces and slays a string of Portland men by sucking out their organs and leaving their bodies mummified. Don't be looking for some feminist statement here. "This is not one of those revenge-against-men-type stories," Acker says. "She's a black widow who is facing a very difficult inner struggle. She's doing what she must to survive." To attract her victims, the character goes undercover in various hot disguises, then when it's time to do the nasty, suddenly sports fangs, extra arms and lots of body hair.
Add The Bold and the Beautiful's Pam Douglas to the list of the nation's unemployed. The bipolar spinster, played with hilarity and heartbreak by veteran actress Alley Mills, will finally get caught at her latest scheme — stealing designs from her sister Stephanie's fashion house, Forrester Creations, and giving them to the competition. Their must-see confrontation (airing Jan. 30-31) ends with Pam, the receptionist at Forrester, being fired by Stephanie and escorted from the building. TV Guide Magazine spoke with Mills to ask the big question: Now what?
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