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14. Worst Name-Dropping: Country diva Juliette exerts her power over reality star Layla by switching sets and stealing her duet with boyfriend Will on Nashville. In return, Layla anonymously calls TMZ and reveals that it was Juliette who broke up the marriage of one of the country's most well-known couples. At least this will make good material for a song?
13. Worst Missed Connection: Yes, everyone knows that Simon Cowell loves to be mean. But the acerbic judge accidentally takes it too...
Spoiler alert: Sherlock Holmes is not dead.
PBS Masterpiece has released a clever new teaser trailer for the upcoming third season of Sherlock (premiering Jan. 19), which makes it clear that Benedict Cumberbatch's title character is still very much alive, even after falling off a roof at the end of Season 2.
Sacha Baron Cohen
Sacha Baron Cohen horrified the audience at the Britannia Awards Saturday night with a controversial skit in which he — very convincingly — pretended to murder an elderly woman on stage.
After nearly two years, Sherlock will return to PBS on Jan. 19 at 10/9c following Downton Abbey, Entertainment Weekly reports.
"We are hugely excited about this next series of Sherlock, and have worked closely with our partners, Masterpiece and PBS, to bring these episodes to U.S. audiences in January. We promise our fans that Season 3 is worth waiting for," said executive producer Sue Vertue.
Gravity out-weighed the box office for the third week in a row, raking in another $31 million, according to Box Office Mojo.
In the No. 2 spot was Captain Phillips with $17.3. The Tom Hanks film, which is based on a true story, has grossed a total of $53.3 million in two weeks.
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
The trailer for the second movie in Peter Jackson's Hobbit trilogy features Benedict Cumberbatch as you've never seen him before: in dragon form.
Benedict Cumberbatch has opened up about being abducted in South Africa eight years ago in a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter.
Cumberbatch and two friends had been driving back to the set of To the Ends of the Earth north of Durban when car troubles put their journey on pause. "It was cold, and it was dark. I felt rotten. We were wary because that's a notoriously dangerous place to drive. Then, poof, the front-right tire blows," Cumberbatch recalled. "So we got the spare, but that meant getting all of our luggage out. We were like sitting ducks, adverts for -- not prosperity necessarily but materialism."
Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman
Sherlock Holmes will return from the dead next season to tackle his most formidable job yet — that of best man.
The news was revealed in a rough-cut clip for the first-ever Sherlock panel at Comic-Con in San Diego on Thursday. Although executive producer Sue Vertue implored fans to not reveal the...
Netflix heads into the Emmy race with 14 nominations, better than all but a handful of networks. Credit the Academy of TV Arts and Sciences' 2008 rule change that allowed full-length broadband and digital shows to be nominated in the same categories as broadcast and TV programs...
Matt Smith hasn't left Doctor Who just yet, but that hasn't stopped fans from dream-casting the next Doctor.