Celebrities including Eva Longoria, Barry Bonds, Leah Remini and Kat Von D will go head-to-head with everyday people who don't like them in a new CW reality series called H8R.
Episodes featuring Jersey Shore's Snooki and Kim Kardashian have already been shot. The Bachelor creator Mike Fleiss, Extra host Mario Lopez, and Lisa Gregorisch-Dempsey executive-produce the show. Lopez said if the show has a message, it's "Hate is not cool.
Former Major League baseball player Barry Bonds was convicted on one count of obstruction of justice in a San Francisco court Wednesday, CNN reports.
The verdict shows that jurors believe that in December 2003, Bonds, 46, lied in his testimony to a grand jury, claiming that his trainer never...
The star of Ken Burns' The Tenth Inning — besides baseball itself — is Barry Bonds.
"He had to be," Burns says.
While Babe Ruth did it on hot dogs and beer and Hank Aaron on a diet no one ever questioned, Bonds is suspected to have set baseball's all-time home-run record on steroids. So Bonds looms large throughout the four hours of Burns' follow-up to his Emmy-winning 1994 documentary series Baseball.
Burns and partner Lynn Novick — whose credits include the masterful The Civil War and Jazz — expansively cover the last 16 years of the sport, including...
Ausiello's imaginary girlfriend Keri Russell is being courted to play Adam Sandler's would-be squeeze in Bedtime Stories, a Disney comedy in which the bedtime stories a Realtor tells his niece and nephew start coming true.... Bull Durham director Ron Shelton has been signed by HBO to helm the movie version of Game of Shadows: Barry Bonds, BALCO and the book Steroids Scandal That Rocked Professional Sports. Expect a shorter title by the time the pic unspools.... Slumming Bruce Davison has agreed to play the heroine's father in NBC's backdoor Knight Rider pilot. Ben Katner
As the national pastime approaches mid-season, Baseball Tonight (10 pm/ET, on ESPN) analyst John Kruk weighs in on Bonds, A-Rod and the game's other hot topics.
TV Guide: You never had a chance to play for a Wild Card playoff spot. How do you think that has changed players’ and teams’ mind-sets entering July and August? John Kruk: Well, it gives everyone a chance, but it’s more confusing to me. You look at the divisions and say, "This team’s out, that team’s out.... Oh, wait a second." The Phillies have been in back of the Mets all season but always have that Wild Card [chance]. It’s good for players because you stay motivated and have more meaningful games. The bad thing is that too many teams can’t realize what they have as a team, so they keep guys and t