One Tree Hill - Robert Buckley
One Tree Hill has never suffered from a lack of pretty faces, and with lead actors Chad Michael Murray and Hilarie Burton gone, a new batch of hotties has been ushered in. Front and center is Robert Buckley, who is mostly known for his shirtless stint on Lipstick Jungle as Kim Raver's boy toy and as JoAnna Garcia's love interest on Privileged. TVGuide.com spoke to Buckley about what it's like playing sports agent Clay, how he and his buddies became completely absorbed in the series, and how he's dealing with the CW show's rabid fan base.
TVGuide.com: Were you familiar with the Tree Hill's storylines when you signed on?
Robert Buckley: I had seen a couple of episodes, but I wasn't a weekly follower. I went in to meet the writers and I asked, "Do you maybe have some DVDs I could watch?" Twenty minutes later, someone comes up with a One Tree Hill backpack filled with all six seasons. Suffice it to say myself and Shantel [VanSanten] had a real crash course. I actually got pulled into the show...
The Amazing Race 15
The cast of the 15th season of CBS' The Amazing Race includes professional basketball players, poker players, and a former Miss America.
Herbert, 32, and Nathaniel, 28, play for the Harlem Globetrotters. Maria and Tiffany, both 26, are professional poker players. Twenty-seven-year olds Ericka (who was Miss America 2004) and her husband, Brian, are also on board.
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Rounding out the rest of the cast are:
A rocket scientist, doctor, and mixologist are among the newest castmates of CBS' Survivor.
On the white sand beaches of Samoa, 20 castaways will battle it out in order to be the ultimate survivor. While there are some obvious frontrunners whose age and career will help them in the physical aspects of the game, there are a bunch of smart cookies this season as well.
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John, 25, is a rocket scientist from Los Angeles, and Mick, who also resides in Los Angeles, is a 33-year-old doctor.
The cast also includes two law students: Monica, 25, from San Diego, and Jaison, 28, from Chicago.
The others headed to Samoa are:
Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie
Put away the schoolbooks and pack your wand, because the Russo family is headed on vacation in the Disney Channel's Wizards of Waverly Place The Movie —an extension of the popular tween series.
After a successful sophomore season, executive producer Peter Murrieta was thrilled the Disney Channel chose to make a movie for the small screen. "Rarely have they done a movie based on their series... so we're very excited they chose our show," he told TVGuide.com.
What magical hijinks are the kids up to this time around?
Mitchell Jarvis, star of the Broadway show Rock of Ages, is joining the growing list of guest-stars on SVU's fall season.
TVGuide.com has confirmed that Jarvis will be in the fifth episode, titled "Hardwired." He plays Coach Simmons, a combination of "muscles and mustache with a twist of creepy," casting director Jonathan Strauss tells us.
Gossip Girl - Season 2
Hey, Upper East Siders, Season 2 of the CW's hit teen drama Gossip Girl is now on DVD shelves, and OMG! is it a great set.
The release includes seven discs of scandalous scenes, breakups and make-ups, and startling revelations. The show's sophomore season took viewers through college visits, acceptances and rejection (Blair's Yale dreams were crushed), a devastating death for Lily and Chuck, some interesting couplings, and one huge twist. (We won't spoil it in case you're playing catch-up.)
Glenn Beck has lost another advertiser.
Geico and Lawyers.com stopped advertising on Beck's show after he called President Barack Obama "a racist" on a July 28 episode of Fox and Friends. A spokeswoman for GMAC Financial Services told TVGuide.com on Monday that the company has "ceased to advertise on the Glenn Beck Program," though she would not say why.
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It's been a big year for incendiary talk-show chatter. Sometimes a host gets viewers irate. Sometimes it's the guest. Sometimes that guest is even the president of the United States. Here's a look back at some of the comments this year that made people mad.
1) Who: Glenn Beck on Fox News' Fox and Friends
What he said: On the July 28th edition, Beck said President Obama has "a deep-seated hatred for white people or the white culture." He added, "I'm not saying that he doesn't like white people. I'm saying that he has a problem. This guy is, I believe, a racist."
The fallout: Geico and Lawyers.com have pulled advertising from Beck's show, The Glenn Beck Program.
Ed and Jillian
The Bachelorette's Jillian Harris and her fiancé Ed Swiderski deny reports that he is a cheater.
Us Weekly reports that Ed slept with former girlfriend Lindsey Johnson just days after he popped the question to Jillian. On Wednesday's Good Morning America, Johnson also said that Ed emailed her while he was filming, and exited the show soon after citing the need to get back to work. But another former flame, 24-year-old Betheny Steffen, claims to Us that she slept with Ed before he returned two weeks later to win back Jillian's heart.
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Ed dismissed the reports, saying to GMA "Jillian and I [are] one of the very few successful couples on the show and we're clearly being targeted because we are happy."
Watch Jillian and Ed's GMA interview here