Laurence Fishburne, Mads Mikkelsen
"I never feel guilty eating anything," purrs Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) as he serves up another portion of some erotically charged exotic delicacy. NBC's Hannibal (Friday, 10/9c), in its second season, is a feast of macabre freakishness, going beyond the realm of guilty pleasure in a sustained nightmare of horrific yet elegantly hypnotic design.
Amazon has announced premiere dates for its first two original series, Alpha House and Betas.
Alpha House will premiere on Nov. 15, while Betas will bow a week later on Nov. 22. The first three episodes of each show will be available immediately to all Amazon customers for free. After the first episodes premiere, Amazon will release one episode weekly via its Prime Instant Video service, for Amazon Prime subscribers.
Cynthia Nixon is returning to television.
The Sex and the City alum has landed a recurring role on NBC's Hannibal, TVLine.com reports.
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Confession of a lifelong horror fan: The first season of FX's American Horror Story left me cold, more appalled than terrified at the overindulgent mishmash of psychosexual poppycock ensnaring unpleasant characters, plus the overkill of a house teeming with too many tedious ghosts, proving the adage that more can be less — effective, that is, although the hype and the buzz carried it to a whopping 17 Emmy nominations (in the miniseries category, where the competition is less fierce).
Cynthia Nixon, Christine Mariononi
Almost one year after same-sex marriage was legalized in New York, Sex and the City's Cynthia Nixon finally walked down the aisle with her longtime partner Christine Marinoni, People reports.
Cynthia Nixon clarifies comments: "Bisexuality is not a choice"
Cynthia Nixon has backtracked on her controversial sexuality remarks, saying that "bisexuality is not a choice."
The Sex and the City star drew ire from gay rights activists last week when she was quoted in a New York Times piece as saying that, for her, being gay "is a choice."
Sex and the City's Cynthia Nixon: I'm gay by choice
"My recent comments in The New York Times were about me and my personal story of being gay," Nixon tells The Advocate in a statement. "I believe we all have different ways we came to the gay community and we can't and shouldn't be pigeon-holed into one cultural narrative which ...
Sex and the City actress Cynthia Nixon says she chose to be gay.
"For me, it is a choice," Nixon is quoted as saying in a New York Times magazine profile. "I understand that for many people it's...
Kristin Chenoweth, Cat Deeley
Carrie, Cat and Kristin join Kim as upcoming co-hosts on Live! With Kelly. (Say that three times fast.)
Kicking off the week of female co-hosts is the previously announced Kardashian, who will be joined by guests Lucy Lawless and Glee's Kevin McHale on Monday, Jan. 23.
Our top moments of the week:
12. Most and Least Self-Aware: On the perplexing season finale of Ryan & Tatum: The O'Neals, the estranged father and daughter have a wrap-up therapy session in which they (very speedily, thanks to a suspicious edit) appear to reconcile — just one episode after their big blowout in Washington, D.C. "It would be terrible not to have her in my life. I know, because it has been," Ryan says. "I was always...
With a mischievous smile, Laura Linney is gleefully ruining a take. During a tense scene between her character, Cathy Jamison, who has Stage 4 melanoma, and her bipolar brother, Sean, played by John Benjamin Hickey, she makes her costar break down in giggles.
Whoever says cancer is no laughing matter hasn't seen The Big C, Showtime's irreverent comedy about a Minneapolis teacher, wife and mom who's trying not only to beat death but to live as fully as possible in whatever time she has left. The smartly written, beautifully cast show has earned a devoted fan base and critical plaudits, and three-time Emmy winner Linney has already snared a Golden Globe for her deft portrayal of the strong-willed Cathy....