TV Guide Magazine takes you behind the scenes of our smokin' hot photoshoot with Smallville star Erica Durance. Erica discusses what it's like to play the legendary Lois Lane character, and even shares a few stories about getting roughed up by the show's intense...
NCIS: Los Angeles
Go behind the scenes with TV Guide Magazine's explosive photo shoot with the stars of NCIS: Los Angeles, Chris O'Donnell and LL Cool J! In our exclusive interview, the guys discuss the show's success, the dangerous stunts and their favorite TV shows. Check out the smokin' hot video below!
Stana Katic and Nathan Fillion
Castle stars Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic get close on TV Guide Magazine's photo shoot, and we have the exclusive behind the scenes pictures of the couple's smoking chemistry. While on set for the shoot, the stars discuss the relationship between Castle and Beckett, they're famous kiss and the likelihood of a relationship in the future.
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TV Guide Magazine takes you behind the scenes on our smokin' hot photoshoot with Castle stars Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic. From this season's steamy kiss to what's coming up in Castle and Beckett's relationship, no topic is off limits! Plus, the actors reveal ...
American Idol has not even selected their top 10, but TV audiences are already buzzing about Simon Cowell's return to television after an ad for his new reality competition show, The X Factor, aired during the Super Bowl on February 6. Are you looking forward to Cowell's new show, or do you think there are too many reality competition shows on television already? Sound off in our poll below!
TV Guide Magazine sits down with White Collar stars Tim DeKay and Matt Bomer to discuss what's coming up during the second half of the season, as well as upcoming guest stars. DeKay and Bomer also reveal secrets about each other and let the cameras in on their fun photo shoot. Check out the video below!
To celebrate Valentine's Day, we asked best-selling romance writer and House fan Eloisa James how House stacks up against the heroes in her books.
At first glance, Dr. House is nothing like a conventional romantic hero. Can you imagine him bare-chested on a book cover, a bodacious blonde (or perhaps a ravishing radiologist) drooping in his arms? Not so much. House is the "Hunchback of Princeton," as Hugh Laurie himself once said. He's a disagreeable, physically (and emotionally) crippled genius. He'd hold up that blonde just long enough to point out her roots. The Cranky Cripple and the Bodacious Bride would never make it to the shelves — just ask my editor.
As the TV series has gone on, though, it's become evident that ...