Steven Tyler, Jennifer Lopez, Randy Jackson
The nerds have slain the singers!
American Idol's second Season 11 outing drew 18 million viewers, down from the 21.6 million who tuned in for the season premiere on Wednesday. Fox's reality series bested The Big Bang Theory in total viewers (15.8 million), but the 100th episode of the CBS comedy scored a 5.3 in the coveted 18-49 demo, with Idol trailing at 5.2 during its first half-hour.
Overall, Idol was down 20 percent from the Wednesday telecast, and down 28 percent from last season's first Thursday airing...
Beavis and Butthead
Ever imagine what Beavis and Butt-Head would look like in real life? Thanks to makeup effects artist Kevin Kirkpatrick, we now know.
Kirkpatrick created prosthetic models of MTV's recently revived animated anti-heroes, complete with Butt-Head's braces and Beavis' enormously creepy smile...
Ralph Fiennes, who played the boy wizard's greatest foe in the Harry Potter film franchise, made an appearance on Thursday's Watch What Happens: Live, where he made certain Potter fans' dreams come true when he read some erotic fan faction.
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Wearing his pajamas and fuzzy slippers, and with smooth jazz music playing in the background, Fiennes read a portion of "Broken Innocence," about a forbidden romance between Harry Potter and Lord Voldemort.
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Walternate is a good guy in this timeline, Broyles is working with the biggest bad of them all, and Olivia has to die. These are just a few of the new monkeywrenches Fringe threw at us in its midseason return last week, which saw Peter cross over to the alternate universe in hopes of enlisting Walternate's help in rebuilding the machine. Can Peter really trust the man who nearly destroyed his universe in his timeline? We turned to Fringe star Joshua Jackson to get the scoop:
Grey's Anatomy, Sandra Oh
The promised Grey's Anatomy's Cristina and Owen explosion finally happened.
It's the moment that has been building up since Cristina got an abortion earlier this season— though, really, it all goes back to their premature wedding in the Season 7 premiere.
Let's take it back to the beginning of Thursday's episode:
Book of Mormon actor Andrew Rannells has landed the lead role in Ryan Murphy's NBC comedy project, Deadline reports.
The single-camera comedy, which is still in development at the network, comes from...