The Vampire Diaries
Midway through Season 2, the CW series The Vampire Diaries has already featured death, destruction and multiple transformations. For viewers, the most fun to watch, no question, has been the metamorphosis of Caroline Forbes.
2010's Best Episodes: Vampire Diaries' killer transformation
Throughout Season 1, Caroline, played by Candice Accola, was the quintessential popular girl in school, full of insecurities despite her cheerful outer shell. And although it appears that becoming a vampire has actually softened her, Accola tells TVGuide.com, the compassion was...
Cake Boss' Buddy Valastro is about to move out of the bakery: He will star in Kitchen Boss, a new daytime show on TLC, the network announced Wednesday.
On Kitchen Boss, Buddy will showcase his family recipes and bring viewers into the kitchen where he'll have various special guests, including members of his boisterous family.
TV Guide Network is gearing up for another season of awards show coverage, with Chris Harrison returning as both host and executive producer.
"We'll bring viewers inside Hollywood's most celebrated events with exclusive interviews with the biggest names in film and television," Harrison said in a statement. "It will be live TV at its best."
Check out the nominees for this year's Golden Globes
The season of coverage begins with ...
Bravo just can't get enough of Kathy Griffin: The network announced Wednesday that it will air four new Griffin stand-up comedy specials in 2011.
"I went to Bravo and told them I thought I was being a little too nice in my stand up specials. They agreed... and gave me four more. Let the fur fly," Kathy Griffin said in a statement.
Former talk show host Montel Williams was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia, Wisconsin authorities tell The Associated Press.
What's Montel Williams up to these days?
Williams was found with a pipe commonly used for marijuana while walking through the security checkpoint at General Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee on Tuesday. He paid the $484 citation and was able to continue on with his travel plans...
Ignatiy Vishnevetsky, a Chicago-based film critic who writes for Mubi.com and the Chicago Reader, will co-host Roger Ebert's revamped At the Movies.
Date set for Roger Ebert's TV return
Vishnevetsky, 24, joins Christy Lemire, who has been a critic for The Associated Press for 12 years. Vishnevetsky replaces Elvis Mitchell, who was originally announced as Lemire's co-host...