Jonny Lee Miller, Eli Stone
The British actor plays an attorney who has visions of George Michael on tonight's premiere of Eli Stone (10 pm/ET, ABC).
"I used to be able to fill places like this!" shouts George Michael as he looks out at the middling crowd inside the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles. In fact, there's not a single paying customer in the house: The people here are extras, crew members on the new ABC series Eli Stone and connected folks who've wrangled an invite. (Yep, that's Bo Derek sitting in a chair by the railing.)
But this afternoon's shoot, one of several appearances Michael will make during the season, centers less on the singer on stage than the guy in a dark suit who sits at a table watching him. Eli Stone, played by British actor Jonny Lee Miller, is an ethically challenged San Francisco lawyer who's told he has a brai
Corey Haim, Corey Feldman and Susie Feldman, The Two Coreys
"We're like The Odd Couple, dude," says Corey Haim. "Just not that old." He pauses. "And they're maybe funnier than us." Pause. "But I don't know, maybe we could smoke 'em."
Haim is talking about The Two Coreys. In A&E's semi-reality show — premiering July 15 at 10 pm/ET — Haim reunites with former on-screen partner Corey Feldman by moving in with him and his wife, Susie.
As teens, the two starred in a string of movies that began with 1987's vampire thriller The Lost Boys and included License to Drive and Dream a Little Dream. Eventually they suffered the fate of many child stars: wel
On the Lot judges Jon Avnet, Carrie Fisher and Brett Ratner
Fox's On the Lot, a new reality show from Steven Spielberg and Mark Burnett, searches for Hollywood's next top director. Here are the five things you need to know before the camera starts rolling tonight at 9 pm/ET.
1) On the Lot is like YouTube meets American Idol… at least that's how Mark Burnett thinks of it. YouTube and Idol are the constant reference points for Survivor and Apprentice exec producer Burnett, who brainstormed the idea for On the Lot over a meal with the
Jennifer Love Hewitt, Ghost Whisperer
It's a cold, drizzly night on the Universal Studios backlot, where the town square is playing host to all the staples that make up CBS' Ghost Whisperer (Fridays at 8 pm/ET). A grieving but skeptical loved one? Check, in the person of actor Julian Sands (24). A ghost with an important message? Yep, that'd be Vivian Wu, as Sands' wife. A sense of foreboding and impending evil? The gloomy L.A. night and fog machines have seen to that. Cleavage? Present and accounted for in the form of star Jennifer Love Hewitt. Her character, Melinda Gordon, has proven that communing with the spirits is best done by a young woman with a pure he
Heroes' Masi Oka
Faster than a speeding bullet, NBC's Heroes (Mondays at 9 pm/ET) has soared to smash-hit heights. In its first three weeks, the sci-fi saga has averaged a muscular 13.5 million viewers, and NBC has already ordered a full season of 22 episodes. Heroes fans probably have burning questions, so, in lieu of having on staff an editor with mind-reading abilities, we went to series creator Tim Kring for some answers. (Also watch for the Oct. 23 issue of TV Guide, which spills even more secrets.)
Does the solar eclipse we saw in the pilot have something to do with the characters' discovering that they have special powers?
"In the pilot, the eclipse was really meant mainly to be a single global event that could connect all these characters vis
Luke Perry, Windfall
Luke Perry's new role as a lottery winner in NBC's Windfall (Thursdays at 10 pm/ET, premiering tonight) has the former Beverly Hills, 90210 bad boy thinking about what he'd do with a massive payday of his own.
TV Guide: Your new show, Windfall, is about a group of friends who win $20 million each in the lottery. What would you do if you won?
Luke Perry: If $20 million dropped on me in one lump sum, you wouldn't see much of me. I'd be gone, doing s