Rules of Engagement
When CBS announced that its long-running sitcom Rules of Engagement would be moved to Saturday nights at 8/7c when it returns October 8, one person didn't take the news well: series star Patrick Warburton.
"What a sh-- time slot," Warburton told TV Guide Magazine at the Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen on September 10. "The scripts are great and we're having a lot of fun doing the show, but God knows if anybody's gonna find us on Saturday night."
Warburton has a theory as to why the show — which has never been given a permanent time slot despite solid viewership...
As Nathan Fillion took to the stage at Comic-Con for the Castle panel on Sunday amid deafening cheers, he brought along a shopping bag full of goodies for a few lucky fans. Throughout the course of the ...
"This is the secret of Comic-Con," said TV Guide Magazine Senior Editor William Keck as he introduced the panelists for TV Guide Magazine Presents: Super Supernaturals. "It's the hottest and sexiest panel I've ever seen." Judging by the screams in the audience, the crowd agreed...
Danny Pudi and Gillian Jacobs
"Can I get a 'pop pop'?" TV Guide Magazine's L.A. Bureau Chief Michael Schneider, who moderated the Community panel, asked a crowd of 2,000 fans before the cast hit the stage at Comic-Con. The audience channeled their inner Magnitude and obliged enthusiastically, setting the tone of fan love for the rest of the hour-long session. The entire cast — minus Alison Brie, who was unavailable due to a filming conflict — ran on stage to deafening cheers, with the loudest being reserved for Donald Glover and Joel McHale. But the surprise cast member of the hour was Annie's Boobs, Greendale's resident monkey, who delivered the Community Season 2 DVD to creator Dan Harmon. "I don't know what she's doing, but I think she's pooping," said Harmon after the skit....
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson
Bonjour, Monsieur Ferguson! Craig Ferguson and the Late Late Show team hopped across the pond in June to tape a week's worth of shows in Paris (they begin airing August 1).
"Craig has spent a lot of time there," producer Michael Naidus tells TV Guide Magazine. "He wrote his novel while he lived there. It's a city he knew very well and liked a lot." The host, who retitled his show Le Late Late Show Avec Craig Ferguson for the week, was joined by good friend, actress Kristen Bell (Heroes) and his robot sidekick Geoff as they journeyed through the City of Lights, conducting impromptu interviews with local Parisians against breathtaking backdrops.
How will Seth Meyers ensure this year's ESPY Awards is bigger and better than last year's? "I hate to say this, but performance enhancing drugs," the Saturday Night Live star deadpans.
Taking the stage for the second straight year (airing live Wednesday, 9pm/ET, ESPN), Meyers is looking forward to...
Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul
As AMC's Emmy-award winning drama Breaking Bad prepares to fire up its fourth season on July 17, the show's stars came out for the premiere to reflect on a very realistic scenario: that Season 5 could be its very last. Even though creator Vince Gilligan only hinted at this possibility in an interview earlier this week without directly confirming it, it appears the actors have accepted the fact that the series will end next year.
"Let's run to the top of that dune!" yells animal trainer and Expedition Impossible host Dave Salmoni as he guides me to the top of a Saharan sand dune in the southeastern part of Morocco. We're overlooking caravans of camels crossing the horizon against the setting sun. "You've got a friend coming over to say hi," he says, glancing at the dune beetles surrounding our serene ridge — and getting a little too close for comfort. "You've got a beetle-buddy right on your ass!" Salmoni says, laughing. "He wants your shade."
It's the evening before the newest reality competition...
Over the last 11 weeks, viewers of AMC's The Killing have been endlessly theorizing about the identity of Rosie Larsen's murderer. But one of the season's most intriguing mysteries has been the true intentions of new homicide detective Stephen Holder, the breakout performance for 31-year-old Swedish actor Joel Kinnaman. TV Guide Magazine spoke to Kinnaman about the success of the first season, working in all that rain and what he hopes to explore in Season 2.
Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage
Mark your calendars, Comic-Con attendees! Discovery Channel has announced it will bring two new shows and a returning favorite to Comic-Con International in San Diego this July.
Magician/comedian Penn Jillette and his partner, Teller, will host a panel for their new series Penn & Teller Tell a Lie, airing this fall on Discovery. On Thursday, July 21 from 7-8pm, audiences will get a first-hand account of this new Penn & Teller series in which the duo answer the world's biggest questions such as "Can you lift a 5,000 pound car with human hair?" and "Does cursing help with pain management?" However, at the end of each episode, one outrageous question will be revealed as a lie.