Jon Hamm, Mad Men
With critical praise, a growing audience, and plenty of awards, Mad Men is going strong now. But no show is safe from jumping the shark. Here are just a few developments that could end Mad Men's smooth ride:
1. Flash-forward to 1986
2. Season 4 is about Betty's attempts to perfect her three-bean casserole
3. New client: Crocs
4. Theme song is replaced with "Eye of the Tiger"
See the entire list after the jump.
Ryan Jenkins, the reality show contestant sought in the murder of his model ex-wife, has been found dead of an apparent suicide in a motel in British Columbia, The Associated Press reported Sunday.
Sgt. Duncan Pound of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police border integrity unit said in a press conference that police responded to a call about a dead person found in Hope, east of Vancouver. He called investigators searching for Jenkins.
Swimsuit model Jasmine Fiore's nude body was found Aug. 15 in a suitcase that had ...
What stars need a show now? AOL has some suggestions.
News of Scott Foley's casting in an upcoming episode of Law & Order: SVU inspired AOL to compile a list of other stars who deserve another chance to shine — including several who starred in much-loved but little watched shows that went to their deaths last season. ...
Don Hewitt, the CBS News legend who created many of the hallmarks of television news, including its most successful show, 60 Minutes, has died, CBS News reported Tuesday. He was 86.
Over a career lasting more than six decades, Hewitt directed Edward R. Murrow and Walter Cronkite, the most influential newsmen of their era, and helped shape coverage of moments historic both for television and the country, including the first presidential debate, between John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon, in 1960.
Why so many nursing shows lately? It may be the economy's fault.
Showtime's Nurse Jackie and TNT's HawthoRNe will soon be joined by NBC's new drama Mercy. It's just another sign that the recession has turned networks' attention from upscale doctors and lawyers to the pink-collar workers who didn't always get their due on the air.
So You Think You Can Dance winner Jeanine Mason knows she can dance — so what's she going to do about it? With her talent confirmed by her win last week, the 18-year-old Miami native has two big plans ahead: touring for the show, and starting college at UCLA. Mason talked to us about the moment she was crowned the winner, her favorite routine, and the week she says wasn't her best. Thinking long-term, she also told us about her lifelong dream.
Breaking Bad, Aaron Paul
Aaron Paul says he looks up to his Breaking Bad co-star, Bryan Cranston, and now he's found a perfect way to emulate him. Paul, who plays Jesse Pinkman, Walter White's partner-in-meth on the AMC drama, just earned his first Emmy nomination, for best supporting dramatic actor. Cranston received his second nod in the lead dramatic actor category, which he won last year. We talked to Paul about the future of the show, how close Jesse might get to Walt, and what it's like to play Scott, the anti-Jesse, on Big Love.
TVGuide.com: You really got to shine this season on Breaking Bad.
Aaron Paul: Thanks, man. Running around with Bryan Cranston is always fun and I wish I could work with some of the...
Victoria Beckham, Katy Perry
American Idol may be losing Paula Abdul, but it's gaining Katy Perry and Victoria Beckham as guest judges, Fox announced Thursday.
No dates have been set for the pop stars' appearances, but more big names are to come, Fox entertainment chairman Peter Rice said at Thursday's Television Critics Association fall TV tour.
Skeet Ulrich will guest for three episodes of CSI: NY as a complex and deeply disturbed killer, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Jay Leno says his new 10 o'clock show will feature fast cars, jokes, and Brian Williams — telling more jokes.
"If we go down in flames, we'll be laughing on the way," Leno said at Wednesday's Television Critics Association fall-TV tour. He said he isn't worried about people who say they won't watch his show.
"Research says people are against pornography," he said. "That's why it's a $60 billion-dollar business."