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."
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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.
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.
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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...
Former talk show host Montel Williams was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia, Wisconsin authorities tell The Associated Press.
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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...
Bachelor host Chris Harrison says he no longer has to defend the show's decision to bring Brad Womack back.
"The tide and the sentiment towards Brad changed to the positive," he tells TVGuide.com.
During the Season 15 premiere, Womack spent the night fielding questions about his previous stint on the show, including those from the two women he dumped in the finale, Jenni Croft and DeAnna Pappas.
Oscar winner Mo'Nique will announce the Academy Awards nominations alongside Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences President Tom Sherak, the Academy announced Tuesday.
Mo'Nique and Sherak will announce nominations in 10 of the 24 categories in a live news conference on Jan. 25.
Band of Brothers star Damian Lewis will star opposite Claire Danes in Showtime's new drama pilot Homeland, the network announced Tuesday.
Based on Gideon Raff's Israeli series Hatufim (Prisoners of War), Homeland revolves around U.S. Marine Sergeant Scott Brody (Lewis), who is found 10 years after going missing during the invasion of Baghdad.