Nina Dobrev, Alan Cumming
The Emmys red carpet isn't just about fashion: TV's hottest stars arrive with lots of scoop to unload. Stars including Emmy winner Ty Burell, Vampire Diaries' Nina Dobrev, Glee's Jenna Ushkowitz and The Office's Angela Kinsey unburdened themselves to TVGuide.com about such subjects as Modern Family's Thanksgiving extravaganza, multiple weddings, The Good Wife's ill-advised relationships and a naked Jason O'Mara on Terra Nova.
Modern Family dominates Emmys, Friday Night Lights surprises
1. Modern Family and some great pumpkins: Remember that Thanksgiving episode we teased? Well, the Dunphy and Pritchett families will...
Aziz Ansari exchanged tense words with an audience member who asked what he thought to be a "racist" question at a stand-up gig, Entertainment Weekly reports.
The Parks and Recreation star, 28, made a surprise appearance Friday at a Los Angeles comedy club and took questions from the crowd. Things got heated when an audience member asked, "Why don't you have a red dot on your forehead?"
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A shocked Ansari asked the woman why she didn't have the word "c--- on her forehead," and made a comment about how there are still...
Nick Offerman, Ben Schwartz
Are you ready for Tammy, Ground Zero?
Parks and Recreation executive producer Mike Schur tells TVGuide.com exclusively that the show is on the hunt for an actress to play Ron Swanson's mother, "who is exactly what you'd imagine the woman who gave birth to Ron Swanson to be like."
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How will Jim and Pam handle the new baby on The Office? — Marisa
NATALIE: With Pam's hormones in overdrive, she won't know who to trust, causing her to seek out an unlikely ally. "She's clearly in a position where everyone is lying to her to make her feel better, except for Dwight, and she starts to think he's the only person she can trust," executive producer Paul Lieberstein says. After she gives birth, though, it'll be Jim who has problems. "Usually, he wants to get out of work, but it might be a little easier for him at work than at home."
Any news on Calleigh and Eric getting back together on CSI: Miami? — Lizzie, via Twitter
ADAM: There will be definite movement on that front in the Season 10 premiere. "Right away in the first episode, we...
Nick Offerman, Parks and Recreation
Will Leslie choose her career or love? Has Tom left City Hall for good? Will Ron's eyebrows ever grow back? Last season's finale of Parks and Recreation was packed with more cliff-hangers than a whole season of The Killing!
Parks and Recreation finale: Will Ben and Leslie heat things up? And where's Tom going?
Executive producer Mike Schur says the good news is that for the past month, he and the show's writing staff have been coming up with answers — and he was only too willing to share! The bad news is
Adam Scott, Amy Poehler
Oh yes, Ben and Leslie are getting it on.
In last week's episode, "Road Trip," both confessed their mutual like — and then Ben (Adam Scott) did something about it! But can they keep a lid on it after a kiss like that? Parks and Recreation boss Mike Schur says it won't be easy.
"It wasn't a tidy bow on the end of that episode. Now that they've expressed their feelings for each other, the question becomes, 'What do we do about it?'" he tells TVGuide.com...
What's better than breakfast meat and smoother than the jazz stylings of Duke Silver? That'd be Nick Offerman, the Parks and Recreation star who so brilliantly embodies Ron Swanson — director of the Pawnee Parks and Recreation Department and proud libertarian. As the sitcom winds down Season 3, we plied the deadpan actor with cocktails for a peek behind the moustache.
Amy Poehler; Oprah Winfrey
TV stars Amy Poehler, Oprah Winfrey, Chris Colfer, Blake Lively, and Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner are all among the "most influential people in the world" according to this year's Time 100 list...
So sayeth Leslie Knope and so be it. Last night, Parks and Recreation, Amy Poehler's adorably entertaining civil servant-com made its long-delayed return and — no offense to the mustachioed magnificence that is Leslie's boss — it has earned a spot at the top of the Swanson Pyramid of Greatness.