Supernatural has cast Battlestar Galactica alum Tahmoh Penikett to guest-star on an upcoming episode, TVGuide.com has learned.
Penikett will first appear in the season premiere (Oct. 8 at 9/8c on The CW), which will pick up after Metatron expelled the angels from Heaven. He will play ...
On Tuesday, the world was denied waking up with Al Roker. For the first time in nearly 40 years, Roker overslept and missed his show Wake Up with Al.
"After 39 years, it happened. I overslept and missed a show. Missed #WUWA. But will be on time for @today," Roker tweeted.
Fresh out of rehab, Lindsay Lohan is not only healthy, but also has a healthy sense of humor about herself. When LiLo took over Chelsea Lately Monday night, we weren't greeted with the pallid blonde who's fueled tabloids for years. Instead, Lohan was back to the bubbly redhead we fell for in Mean Girls.
Figure skating icon Michelle Kwan will return to the Olympics as an analyst for Fox Sports, the network announced.
Kwan will report on the Sochi Winter Olympics in February, joining Olympic skier Picabo Street as a correspondent for Fox Sports.
George W. Bush
Former President George W. Bush is recovering after a successful heart procedure in Dallason Tuesday, ABC News reports. According to his spokesman Freddy Ford, Bush's doctors discovered a blockage in an artery during his annual physical on Monday.
Author Elmore Leonard, who wrote Get Shorty and Out of Sight, has been hospitalized after suffering a stroke last week, The Detroit News reports.
Leonard's longtime researcher Gregg Sutter told the paper that Leonard, 87, is recovering nicely. "He's doing better and better every day," Sutter said.
"Welcome to the O.C., bitch!"
It's hard to imagine it's been 10 years since The O.C. premiered and changed all our lives for the better. But would it have had the same effect without Seth Cohen? Or without band Death Cab for Cutie, for that matter?
Creator Josh Schwartz, who's now running Fake Empire with Stephanie Savage, talked to TVGuide.com about The O.C.'s success, where it went wrong and the surprising couples we never got to see....
No television show has perfectly captured the zeitgeist of the early 2000s like The O.C. For one hour each week, the world stopped as the Newport drama unfolded before us. Of course, the world didn't actually stop, as my unfinished homework would always attest, but the world was changing...