Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles
Supernatural is not messing around.
On Tuesday's finale (9/8c, the CW), the Winchesters and Castiel (Misha Collins) finally face-off against Metatron in a battle that is poised to change everything. "The last five minutes of the finale are the most important five minutes of Supernatural history," Jared Padalecki tells TVGuide.com. "Something happens that has never happened before in the show. We've gone left, right, up, down, done all sorts of things in the show, but we do something in the finale that we've never seen."
A year ago, Matt Hicks was just a normal guy living with friends in Exeter, U.K., working as an environmental consultant and playing hockey in his spare time. But when the producers behind Fox's new reality show I Wanna Marry Harry reached out to him, Hicks thought, "Why not?"
The twist: Hicks would have to pretend to be Prince Harry while courting 12 American girls.
The Foo Fighters' forthcoming eighth album, which is set to drop this fall, will be accompanied by an HBO docu-series that chronicles its production.
Sherri Shepherd just added another custody battle to her docket.
The View co-host's first husband Jeffrey Tarpley has filed for an emergency custody modification hearing, People reports.
The documents, which were filed in April, claim that their 9-year-old son Jeffrey Jr., who has special needs, is suffering from "neglect."
a man invades the Red Carpet as the cast of " How to Train Your Dragon 2" poses
America Ferrera was the victim of a bizarre and invasive prank Friday at the Cannes Film Festival.
While posing with her How to Train Your Dragon 2 co-stars on the red carpet, Ukranian TV host Vitalii Sediuk dove headfirst underneath the skirt of Ferrera's gown. Security soon arrested Sediuk, but he didn't go easily, clinging to Ferrera's ankles until security finally pried him off.
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Michael Sam's OWN docu-series has been postponed amid concerns that the reality show would prove too distracting for his new team, the St. Louis Rams, E! News reports.
Lea Michele and David Letterman
David Letterman used some clever trickery to get Lea Michele to open up about the rumored drama between Michele and her Glee co-star Naya Rivera.
During Friday's Late Show, Letterman asked Michele about reports that she "knocked someone out" on the set, a rumor he completely made up in order to see how she'd respond.
Corey Stoll, Mia Maestro
FX and FXX announced their summer premiere dates for new and returning shows, including Guillermo del Toro's The Strain.
Based on the best-selling vampire novel, The Strain tells the story of the head of the CDC who is called upon to investigate and contain a mysterious viral outbreak of ancient vampirism. The drama premieresSunday, July 13 at 10/9c on FX.
There are a lot of truly evil people on Game of Thrones, yet the show's most hated character isn't the sadistic Joffrey or flay-happy Ramsay. It's Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner), whose biggest offense seems to be that she's a teenage girl — and a girly one at that.
The polar opposite to her sister Arya, Sansa embodies everything a young Westerosi noblewoman should be. She loves lemon cakes, fairy tales and honestly believes in happily ever after (or at least she used to). But when people celebrate Game of Thrones for its depiction of empowering female characters, they typically point to Daenerys, Arya, Brienne and Cersei, all of whom actively fight against traditional ideals of womanhood and exhibit characteristics that are often associated with men. But where's the praise of Sansa's strength? No, she doesn't rely on dragons, a sword or aggression to get her way. She's polite, kind and a feminine, but none of those things make her weak.