Mary Louise Parker and Justin Kirk
Heading to New York to reunite with Nancy (Mary-Louise Parker) may turn out to be a bad idea for Andy (Justin Kirk) and the Botwin boys, as they'll come to learn in Weeds' seventh season that they finally need to get out from under Nancy's thumb.
Though Andy, Silas (Hunter Parrish) and Shane (Alexander Gould) spent three years in Copenhagen away from Nancy and her latest schemes, the minute she was released from jail, the family headed to New York, hoping to find a hopefully changed Nancy. However, Andy found himself...
Less than a month after 51-year-old Lost alum Doug Hutchison married 16-year-old aspiring country singer Courtney Stodden, the couple went on Good Morning America to defend their nuptials and share a few "fun facts" about their relationship...
Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony
Hollywood power couple Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony are getting a divorce, People reports.
"We have decided to end our marriage," the couple said in a joint statement. "This was...
Men of a Certain Age
TNT has canceled sophomore drama Men of a Certain Age, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
"TNT has been proud to be a part of Men of a Certain Age for two seasons," a TNT spokesperson said. "While the show has...
So You Think You Can Dance, Nigel Lythgoe
After five grueling weeks of fast-paced competition, injuries and a few highly memorable routines, it's finally time for So You Think You Can Dance to name the Top 10 dancers and the All-Stars they'll be paired with.
But first, judge Nigel Lythgoe took a moment to honor the show's amazing, and well-deserved, achievement in garnering...
Michael C. Hall
Michael C. Hall woke up to find a horde of text messages and e-mails letting him know the good news that he had garnered his fifth Emmy nomination. "I had actually forgotten that the announcements were today, so it really was a surprise," the star of Showtime's Dexter tells TVGuide.com.
Mad Men, Modern Family, Boardwalk Empire dominate Emmy nominations
"It feels like a miracle that we're still making this show at all," he continues. "We're in our sixth season now, and it's a show about a serial killer, so it's kind of incredible. The fact that it's happened more than a few years running is a real kick in the head."
What's more surprising...