Panelists: Susie Essman, Victoria Stilwell, Kevin Rooney, Sam Seder, Rabbi Wolpe
Panelists: Susie Essman, Victoria Stilwell, Gloria Allred, Sam Seder, Rabbi Wolpe
TV Guide Magazine sat down with the cast of Fox's Fringe to ask them five burning questions. Find out Blair Brown and Lance Reddick's favorite superheroes and what superpower they wish they had! And for more Fringe questions with Josh Jackson, Anna Torv and more, pick up TV Guide Magazine's Comic-Con Special Issue, on newsstands Monday, July 26...
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MTV's The Hills gave quite a wink to fans in its series finale, as the last shot panned back to reveal that the action was taking place on a soundstage. Was it an acknowledgement that the "reality" of the hit show was bogus or one last thing to keep viewers buzzing? Regardless, it got us thinking about what other summer reality shows are pushing the boundaries between what's real and what's written. So we want to hear from you! Vote in our poll below and tell us which summer reality show you think is the most authentic.
The cast of Modern Family literally gets shaken up next season when an earthquake hits!
The trembler is just a small quake but has residual aftershocks for the whole family. "It's a very tiny little earthquake but spins stories off into different directions," co-executive producer Brad Walsh told TV Guide Magazine at the Paley Center Presents 'Inside the Writer's Room: Modern Family' on Monday in L.A. "It's going to be about how they react to the earthquake and the problems that it brings to the surface...
TV Guide Magazine and Warner Bros. Television have teamed up for a special edition issue that gives fans everything they want to know about their favorite hit shows such as Fringe, Chuck, V, True Blood and more! Whether it's Smallville's Clark Kent, The Vampire Diaries' Damon Salvatore or The Big Bang Theory's Sheldon Cooper, Warner Bros. characters are some of the most memorable on TV.
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The trilogy is now complete. Family Guy's popular series of Star Wars parodies — the Empire Strikes Back installment was the No. 3 best-selling Blu-ray release of 2009 — goes for the intergalactic trifecta with a spoof of Return of The Jedi.
As you can tell by TV Guide Magazine's exclusive first look at the poster art, the still untitled project retains its faithful tone...
Garbage bags stuffed with bodies boasting neither heads nor hands, mysteriously missing human organs (perhaps black-market booty?) and a steel magnolia of an LAPD deputy chief lassoing in her increasingly short-tempered police squad — all this and more is going down in the swanky new Major Crimes Division murder-room set of TNT's The Closer on a sunny June afternoon in Los Angeles. Whew! It ain't pretty, but it sure is exciting.
"After all these years, the scripts are amazing yet again," says Golden Globe-winning star Kyra Sedgwick, who plays the Southern ace interrogator Brenda Leigh Johnson, as she puts aside a victim's photo...
The sixth season of Rescue Me will premiere tonight at 10/9c on FX, but the cast has already wrapped filming on this season and next, which will be the last. So no wonder actors John Scurti (Lou) and Adam Ferrara (Needles) are feeling nostalgic.
Scurti compares the chemistry between himself and executive producer/star Denis Leary (Tommy) to some great comedic teams. "I don't know if it's the ghosts of Laurel and Hardy or Ralph and Ed, or Fred and Barney," Scurti tells TV Guide Magazine. "It just kind of works."
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It's fitting, then, that Scurti's favorite moment from the show is a scene between he and Leary from an earlier season....