Robyn Ross


VIDEO: Detroit 1-8-7's James McDaniel Calls Role Some of His Most Emotional Work Yet

James McDaniel

James McDaniel, who's been acting more than 32 years, calls his role on ABC's Detroit 1-8-7 some of the most deeply emotional work he's ever done.

The NYPD Blue alum stars on the gritty cop drama as Sgt. Longford, who's planning to retire — although, in recent episodes, he's been reconsidering his decision.

VIDEO: Michael Imperioli says Detroit 1-8-7 is a cop drama that's funny

read more

Wipeout's John Henson and Wife Welcome Baby Boy

John Henson

Wipeout host John Henson is a dad.

Henson and his wife, comedian Jill Benjamin, welcomed their first son, Jackson Wright, on March 7.

read more

Neil Diamond, Alice Cooper, Tom Waits and Others Inducted Into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Neil Diamond

Neil Diamond, Alice Cooper, Darlene Love and Tom Waits were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame along with Dr. John and Leon Russell.

Diamond, 70, is well known for his song "Sweet Caroline," inspired by Caroline Kennedy and now used as the Boston Red Sox anthem.

read more

Ashley Hebert Named the Next Bachelorette

Ashley H

Ashley Hebert will be the next Bachelorette.

On Monday night's Jimmy Kimmel Live, Kimmel made the announcement, and swore Hebert in to her new job by making her promise things such as to "use the word amazing eight to 40 times per show" and "not fall in love with a man who wears a Speedo."

read more

The Bachelor Finale: Who Did Brad Choose?

Chantal O'Brien, Brad Womak, Emily Maynard

Spoiler Alert: The following reveals the outcome of The Bachelor finale

After traveling the world and narrowing down the pool of 30 women, Brad Womack chose the woman he wants to marry.

read more

The Bachelor: Who Should Brad Choose?

Brad Womack

On Monday's The Bachelor finale, Brad Womack will hand out his final rose — or, not. Well, this time he probably will.

Should he give his final rose to Chantal, the sassy divorcée who slapped him during their first meeting? Or to Emily, the sweet Southern belle with a daughter at home. Or should he repeat his decision from Season 11 and choose neither?

read more

Exclusive: Get a First Look at Nickelodeon's New Series Supah Ninjas

Owen (Carlos Knight) Amanda (Gracie Dzienny), Mike (Ryan Potter) and Grandfather (George Takei) in Supah Ninjas on Nickelodeon

Nickelodeon is entering the kung-fu world of crime-fighting with Supah Ninjas.

Exclusive: Star Trek's George Takei joins new Nickelodeon series

In this exclusive photo, meet Owen (Carlos Knight), Amanda (Gracie Dzienny), and Mike (Ryan Potter), three high school students who lead double lives as ninjas tasked with keeping the city free of villains. Helping them along the way is Mike's late grandfather, played by Star Trek alum George Takei, whose spirit appears as a hologram and offers guidance, wisdom and training to the trio.

read more

VIDEO: Does Pretty Little Liars' Troian Bellisario Think She's Playing "A"?

Troian Bellisario

Could Pretty Little Liars' Spencer be "A"?

"That's my favorite thing to wonder, actually," Troian Bellisario tells TVGuide.com.

As the girls have been working toward figuring out who killed their friend Alison, they've found one of their own has come under suspicion. All season long, the mysterious "A" has been one step ahead, and has gone even further in recent episodes to pin Spencer as a possible murderer. Bellisario says she hopes her character has a bit of a shady history.

See photos from Pretty Little Liars

The actress also says that looking guilty has led to a new understanding for the other Rosewood resident, Toby, who has been through the same thing.

read more

Battle: Los Angeles Wins Box Office Battle

Battle: Los Angeles

Battle: Los Angeles won the box-office battle, Box Office Mojo reports.

 The action-packed science fiction film, starring Aaron Eckhart, Michelle Rodriguez, Michael Pena, Ne-Yo and Bridget Moynahan, took in $36 million in its opening weekend.

read more

Richard Hatch Ordered Back to Prison — Again

Richard Hatch

Richard Hatch is heading back to jail.

The first Survivor winner, who is currently appearing on Celebrity Apprentice, was supposed to re-file his 2000 and 2001 taxes to pay what he owed, but failed to do so, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Hatch will serve a nine-month sentence.

read more

My Watchlist

On TV

Editors' Picks

8:00PM | ABC
9:00PM | CBS
10:00PM | NBC

Full Episodes

Find a TV Show

See more »

TV GUIDE Users' Most Popular