Could there be trouble in paradise on Whitney?
When Whitney (Whitney Cummings) fears that Alex (Chris D'Elia) may have fooled around behind her back at a strip club, she'll confront the stripper (rapper Eve) in question. Their encounter will be eye-opening for Whitney, and not just because Eve's character Britnee calls her a "fat Kate Middleton."
Check out a sneak peek from this Wednesday's episode of Whitney, airing at 8/7c on NBC:
In this Wednesday's episode of Glee (9/8c on Fox), New Directions finally meets some of the competition for sectionals: Jane Adams Academy, led by Grace Hitchens (guest-star Eve). The rapper-actress took a few minutes from her tour in Dubai — her fourth album "Flirt" drops later this year — to dish on her guest stint, including the plot to take down the McKinley High glee club...
This low-cut, black mini-dress is very flattering on Eve's tiny frame, but why are fingerless gloves becoming all the rage these days? Can someone please make it stop?
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Eve has signed on for a guest-starring gig on Glee, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The rapper will play the coach of a competing glee club for one episode. She joins previously announced guest stars Kristin Chenoweth, Victor Garber and Josh Groban.
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This week the networks began meeting with ad-agency execs to talk about what's in development for the 2006-07 season. That means it's time for producers of current shows with less-than-robust ratings to start worrying about getting picked up for next season. Here's what industry insiders are telling the Biz.
ABC: The network's comedies are having a tough year in the ratings, but you can't cancel all of them. Rodney, Hope & Faith, Crumbs and Less than Perfect aren't likely to make the cut. According to Jim, George Lopez and Freddie have a chance of returning. Since ABC has two more hours to program in the fall now that football has moved to NBC, shows that would otherwise be doomed have a chance. We're talking Invasion and Commander in Chief. Their survival depends on the strength of the network's new-program development.
CBS: Another season of The King of Queens depends on whether the n