American Horror Story: Asylum
Our top moments of the week:
10. Best Overacting: When Lindsay Lohan hires Million Dollar Decorators' Kathryn Ireland to redesign her home, their conversations about the project quickly devolve into very weird territory. "In order to become yourself, you need to go through different ups and downs, or else you'll never know who you are," Lohan tells Ireland. We're not really sure what that has to do with decorating, but you know, whatever works for you, Linds! And you thought she was overacting in Liz & Dick!
Happy New TV Year! With the brief holiday programming pause about to be over, it's already time to say goodbye to one of last year's better series: the evocative second season of BBC America's Golden Globe-nominated The Hour. A ticking-clock deadline fuels the suspense in Wednesday's gripping finale (9/8c). With showtime fast approaching for a new edition of the fictional '50s TV newsmagazine, The Hour's co-anchors find themselves embroiled in controversy and peril.
Rosie O'Donnell may replace Sharon Osbourne on America's Got Talent next season, The New York Observer reports.
"I am very interested in doing America's Got Talent with Howard Stern and I...
Kyle Richards, Camille Grammer, Betty White, Adrienne Maloof
For its second season, Betty White's Off Their Rockers will be pairing the 90-year-old funny lady with celebrity guest stars. White's old Mary Tyler Moore Show co-star Ed Asner will be among the famous faces appearing in comedy bits that will run in between the pranks White's team of oldsters pull on...
There will be at least one familiar face at the America's Got Talent judges table when the NBC reality competition returns next summer.
Howard Stern will be returning as a judge for the show's second season, the network announced Monday. The news comes months after judge Sharon Osbourne made it clear she would not be back.
When Jimmy Kimmel decided to pull a prank on Twitter during Sunday night's 64th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, Tracy Morgan didn't hesitate to help out. Actually, he was more than willing: He suggested taking his shirt off for the bit — something Kimmel (probably wisely) decided to nix.
Morgan wasn't the only one who quickly answered Kimmel's call for help with this year's awards show. Stars from Girls' Lena Dunham and Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul to singer Josh Groban and the reality emcees who butchered the Emmys as hosts five years ago all went beyond the call of duty. Jimmy Kimmel Live! co-head writers Molly McNearney (who in her spare time is also Kimmel's fiancée) and Gary Greenberg gave TV Guide Magazine some exclusive tidbits on how this year's Emmy laughs came together...
So much for not burning bridges!
A week after filming her final episode of America's Got Talent, Sharon Osbourne says she won't return to NBC in any capacity, even though five years of options remain on her contract.
"They don't want me, and I don't want them," Osbourne tells The Hollywood Reporter. "I never want to hear from them again."
During Tuesday's America's Got Talent semifinals, judge Howard Stern named William Close the frontrunner, but it was 14-year-old Edon who stole the show.
The singer received a standing ovation for his rendition of One Direction's smash hit "What Makes You Beautiful." Following Edon's impassioned performance, Howie Mandel and Sharon Osbourne were on their feet while the crowd enthusiastically chanted his name.
Anderson Cooper has released the initial lineup of guest co-hosts who will be joining him on his daytime talk show in the fall.
Actress Kristin Chenoweth will be the first person to play sidekick to the CNN anchor when she appears on Anderson Live on Sept. 10, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Nick Cannon, Ben Blaque
We thought we'd seen it all on America's Got Talent, but crossbow performer Ben Blaque proved us wrong. On Tuesday's wild card episode, judges Howie Mandel, Howard Stern and Sharon Osbourne each brought back four picks for a shot at redemption. Without a doubt, Blaque was one of the few who redeemed himself by performing what is possibly the most dangerous act to ever hit the AGT stage.