Michael Schneider


Exclusive: Tim Kring on Danny Glover's Surprise Touch Exit

Danny Glover

Danny Glover's stint on the new Fox drama Touch was a temporary one, as viewers found out last week. Now that Glover's character has been killed off the Kiefer Sutherland series, creator Tim Kring confirms that the actor had signed on to only appear in the show's first six episodes.

Last Thursday's episode ended with Glover's character, Prof. Arthur Teller, slumped over his... read more

First Look: Christian Slater Delivers the Goods on Phineas and Ferb

Phineas and Ferb

Christian Slater is breaking into Phineas and Ferb, starring as "Paul the Delivery Man" on a new episode of the hit animated Disney Channel series this Friday. In the segment, titled "Delivery of Destiny," Paul discovers a higher calling as he manages to save Danville via stops at Phineas and Ferb's house, the Doofenshmirtz Evil Inc. skyscraper and the Organization Without a Cool Acronym (OWCA).

Accompanying Slater's character is the Tri-State Area's own heavy metal rock gods, Love Handel, who... read more

First Look: Sharon Osbourne on Jake and the Never Land Pirates

Sharon Osbourne on Jake and the Neverland Pirates

Ahoy! Sharon Osbourne has to deal with outsized characters like hubby Ozzy and her new America's Got Talent co-star Howard Stern, so she's more than qualified to put that high seas scoundrel Captain Hook in his place. read more

Watch My Show: Rules of Engagement's Tom Hertz Answers Our Showrunner Survey

Rules of Engagement

It's on, it's off, it's on again. Rules of Engagement has served as a true utility player for CBS, but that means it never has a permanent place on the schedule — and is forever teetering on the bubble. read more

Exclusive: Cops Executive Producer on the Fate of His Long-Running Show

Cops

Bad boys, bad boys, whatcha gonna do? Insiders confirm that the upcoming 25th season of Cops could be the last on Fox. But that doesn't mean the end of the show. Executive producer John Langley tells TV Guide Magazine that he will shop the long-running series elsewhere next spring should Fox decide not to pick up a 26th season.

Earlier this month, Fox Sports announced that it would take over Fox's Saturday night slot for most of the remainder of 2012, airing a mix of... read more

Watch My Show: Best Friends Forever's St. Clair and Parham Answer Our Show-runner Survey

Best Friends Forever, Jessica St. Clair and Lennon Parham

In real life, Jessica St. Clair and Lennon Parham are pals and writing partners. On TV, they play "Jessica" and "Lennon," the two besties who move back in together, along with Lennon's ...
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Exclusive First Look: Kathy Bates Channels Charlie on Two and a Half Men

Kathy Bates on Two and a Half Men

Look who's causing Alan Harper some misery: It's Kathy Bates as the ghost of Charlie on Two and a Half Men! Here's the first official photo of Bates in character — and yes, she's even smoking a cigar and wearing one of Charlie Harper's signature bowling shirts.

In the episode, set to air April 30 at 9/8c, on CBS, Alan (Jon Cryer) suffers a minor heart attack. That's when Bates, as Charlie's ghost, visits Alan's bedside. read more

Exclusive: Nope, Springfield is Not in Oregon, Clarifies The Simpsons' Matt Groening

The Simpsons

Sorry Oregon, you won't be able to claim Homer, Bart and the rest of The Simpsons clan as your own. The Simpsons creator Matt Groening confirms exclusively to TV Guide Magazine that his recent statements were misinterpreted ...
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Watch My Show: Don't Trust The B---- in Apartment 23's Bosses Answer Our Show-runner Survey

Nahnatchka Khan and David Hemingson

ABC comedy gets a little outrageous with Don't Trust The B---- in Apartment 23, which premieres Wednesday (9:30/8:30c). The "B" in question is Chloe (Krysten Ritter), a dark, conniving woman who decides to put her new roommate, June (Dreama Walker), through the ringer. But June's no pushover and eventually wins a bit of respect from Chloe and her BFF, James Van Der Beek. (Yes, playing himself.) Executive producers Nahnatchka Khan and David Hemingson filled out our show-runner survey to explain why you should at least watch the b---- in Apartment 23... read more

Sneak Peek: The CW Preps the Next Hunger Games

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Can't get enough of The Hunger Games? The CW thought you might say that. The young-skewing network is hoping that Katniss and Co.'s success at the box office (more than $300 million, and counting, in the U.S. alone) will translate to interest in The Selection, a pilot in contention for fall. Friday Night Lights' Aimee Teegarden stars as a girl chosen to enter a fierce competition to marry the prince of a war-torn society.

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