Pretty Little Liars
What are three words to describe the Pretty Little Liars finale? Outrageous, epic and intense, according to three of the show's stars.
Of course, don't expect the mystery of who killed Alison to be wrapped up in a pretty little bow. Shay Mitchell says: "You're going to get some more answers — and then you're going to get some more questions."
Pretty Little Liars' Ian Harding: People are going to be angry at Ezra after the finale
Lucy Hale, Ian Harding
Nobody knows what it's like to be in a relationship that's so wrong, yet so right, more that Pretty Little Liars' Ian Harding. Playing the adorably handsome, yet morally conflicted Ezra Fitz, Harding says that although there are legal ramifications for him and his student Aria (Lucy Hale) to be together, they're soulmates.
But the couple may run into some major problems. A cop saw Aria leave Ezra's apartment in last week's episode and a mystery person took the key Aria uses to get into her boyfriend's apartment. Harding tells TVGuide.com that viewers might be focusing on the wrong thing, how Ezra's former fiancé could be returning, and why fans might be upset with him by the finale's end. Plus: Which PLL would Harding's high school self have dated?
NBC has ordered new seasons of The Office, Parks and Recreation, and Community, the network announced on Thursday.
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"I am so pleased to renew these three outstanding comedies which are all at the top of their game creatively," Bob Greenblatt, chairman of NBC Entertainment said in a statement. "The Office continues to fire on all cylinders on the most competitive night of television; Parks & Recreation has come into its own this season as the rightful companion to The Office; and Community is one of the freshest comedies on any network and a solid foundation for Thursday night."
Matthew Fox has signed on to play the villain in the upcoming thriller I, Alex Cross, Deadline reports.
In his first major role since wrapping ABC's Lost, Fox will play Michael Sullivan, a man who kills for both money and the thrill. The character comes from the series of books about detective-psychologist Alex Cross by James Patterson.
British actor Michael Gough, best known for playing Alfred in the Batman film franchise, has died, according to E! Online. He was 94.
Gough was born in Malaysia and made his film debut in the 1948 movie Blanche Fury. He went on to appear in many British television shows, including the long-running series Doctor Who. He married his costar from the series, Anneke Wills, in 1962. They later divorced in 1979.
Mel Gibson turned himself in to the police for booking on criminal battery charges.
Gibson and his lawyer went to the El Segundo Police department where he was fingerprinted and took a mug-shot, according to The Hollywood Reporter The booking took place the same night that Gibson's new film The Beaver debuted at SXSW.
Tiger Woods and Jimmy Fallon
Tiger Woods returned to late-night television for the first time in more than a year, and Late Night host Jimmy Fallon was happy to welcome him back — and to thank him for providing great material.
"Thank you for having the courage to come on a late-night comedy program," Fallon said to the golfer. "I gotta commend you for that...but from a comedian's standpoint ... thank you."
Is American Idol's Ashthon Jones really a diva?
Although the recently eliminated singer performed with an attitude that earned that label from the judges, Jones says she was sad that voters may have taken it the wrong way.
"When I get on stage, I'm a different person, and I think America might've twisted it a little bit...I know I ain't all that," she tells TVGuide.com.