The setting of ABC's new drama Happy Town (premieres Wednesday at 10/9c) may look quaint and picturesque, but Haplin, Minn. holds memories of a string of unsolved kidnappings. TVGuide.com spoke to star Geoff Stults about playing the son of a sheriff in a town filled with mystery and murder. Find out why Stults believes that...
It's been a long two-month hiatus, but One Tree Hill has finally returned for four more episodes. After a very long montage to remind us where we left off — as if we forgot — Brooke says, "Good morning, boyfriend" to Julian. It's nice to see them together again. But while one couple is back and better than ever, two couples are splitting before they were even really a pair.
Grubbs and Miranda
I'm not quite sure when these two became a storyline, but a few episodes prior, Miranda, the somewhat cold Brit who is in charge of Haley's record deal, discovered that Grubbs, the Tric bartender, had quite the musical talent. Just as he decided to give recording a go — and that he also has feelings for the girl — Miranda learns she's getting deported back to England. So what does one do when their love is about to leave? Propose of course.
The ladies of The Hills have had their tears, tantrums, crushes and catfights. As the final season of the MTV reality show hits the airwaves Tuesday at 10/9c, we're looking back at some of the most memorable moments throughout the last five seasons.
Season 1, Episode 1
Lauren Conrad leaves Laguna Beach for Los Angeles to live with best friend Heidi Montag. Boy, were things different back then!
Biggest Loser trainer Jillian Michaels is defending a recent statement about not wanting to have children, saying her comment was misconstrued.
In an interview with Women's Health magazine, the 36-year-old was quoted as saying, "I can't handle doing that to my body." One media outlet used the headline: "I won't ruin my body with pregnancy."
One Tree Hill - James Lafferty
Although viewers are still waiting to hear whether One Tree Hill will get another season, at least one wait is over: After a two-month hiatus, the CW series is back Monday at 8/7c for this season's four final episodes. James Lafferty, who plays Nathan Scott, one of the only original characters left, tells TVGuide.com there are "really gratifying moments for those fans that have hung in there." Read on to see what Lafferty has to say about the season's last episodes, including some big decisions that will be made and where the series stands at the end of the season.
TVGuide.com: Before the show's hiatus, Haley's mom died. Will she and Nathan still be dealing with the loss when it returns?
James Lafferty: Yes, absolutely. There's definitely a grieving process. Not to make it sound like it'll be all gloom, but that's Haley's journey ...
The second trailer for Twilight Saga: Eclipse has been released, and it wastes no time hyping up the drama of the movie's central love triangle.
Dark and edgy, the trailer opens with new footage of Bella (Kristen Stewart), who is stuck between two men — ...
Who Do You Think You Are - Susan Sarandon
For Susan Sarandon, there was little hesitation about exploring her grandmother Anita's past on Who Do You Think You Are?
Although the episode reveals details that could be hard for Sarandon's family members to swallow, the 63-year-old Oscar winner, tells TVGuide.com she had to find answers about her grandmother, who mysteriously abandoned Sarandon's mother when she was only 2 years old. "I had tried years before to track Anita down, so it was a small price to pay that people were discovering it as I was discovering it," she says.
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Although it's always lovely to see Alison Sweeney on the Biggest Loser ranch, her appearance is always marked by a temptation or challenge. This week, she tells the contestants that for one day, they'll have to eat every meal in the temptation room because the kitchen will be closed. At the end of the day, the person who eats the most calories will cast the single vote for the week. The catch: That person must stay above the yellow line. Otherwise, the power will be lost and voting resumes as normal...
The Biggest Loser - Alison Sweeney
Don't let all the good feelings fool you: for all the teamwork — and even romance — on the Biggest Loser, host Alison Sweeney tells TVGuide.com there was "definitely some friction" during filming this season. "Let's not forget Michael's choice of teams, the elimination of Stephanie, and Melissa's strategy" the 33-year-old says. She also talked about why Stephanie's surprise elimination wasn't a surprise to her and why she doesn't play favorites.
TVGuide.com: Were you surprised at how much of a game-player Melissa was?
Alison Sweeney: At this point, I'm never surprised to see a game player. People watch reality TV, most of our contestants are fans of Biggest Loser before they join the show, and at that point, it's just a personal choice how to play the game. Melissa chose her path, and that's...