Should Jon Hamm go from Mad Men to Superman?
On Regis and Kelly Thursday, Hamm addressed online calls for him to star in Dark Knight director Christopher Nolan's take on the Man of Steel.
Hulk Hogan is heading to court with the new game show Hogan's Court.
Hulk Hogan leaves hospital
The celebrity wrestler will serve as a judge in the kids live-action game show, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The series will resolve everyday sibling disputes, such as "Is a sister spending too much time in the bathroom?"
Katherine Jackson has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against AEG, the promoter behind Michael Jackson's This Is It tour, The Wrap reports.
In a 16-page lawsuit filed at Los Angeles Superior Court on Wednesday, Jackson claims that "AEG actions and inactions led to Michael Jackson's death on June 25, 2009." The lawsuit says that because AEG hired Dr. Conrad Murray, the company is responsible for his actions.
High school is hard enough, without being a witch whose best friend is dating a vampire who's also your sworn enemy. But Katerina Graham says that Bonnie, the character she plays on the CW's Vampire Diaries, is much stronger in Season 2. In other words, she won't be hanging out after school with vampires Damon (Ian Somerhalder) or Stefan (Paul Wesley) any time soon. Graham tells TVGuide.com how Bonnie's new powers will alienate her from...
One Tree Hill
Welcome to One Tree Hill Season 8. As creator Mark Schwahn promised, the episode opened with Haley writing, "Dear Lucas," as she explained how Jamie misses him, the river court misses him -- she misses him. Then we flash to the final moments of last season's finale. Brooke and Julian are blissfully happy, Haley tells Nathan she's pregnant and Quinn and Clay are shot down by Clay's crazy stalker Katie. Only this time, there's a different version of the ending, where Clay was dreaming and he and Quinn are just fine.
Outlaw, NBC's new series, may have the foundations of a legal drama, but star Jimmy Smits says it is not a procedural show that is just about the cases: It's about the team.
"When audiences know who those characters are, they want to see how those characters are going to react in a particular situation... and we want to go along with the ride in terms of what they do. In this case, they're lawyers," Smits tells TVGuide.com.