James Blunt by Barry King/WireImage.com
If his voice alone wasnt enough to give you goose bumps, wait until you get a look at James Blunts newest single Carry You Home. Between the unbelievable scenery set in black and white, the emotion in his lyrics and the sad story at hand, even the burliest of middle-aged men will get a bit misty-eyed with this one. Watch it now! | More online videos
James Blunt by Stephen Lovekin/WireImage.com
Next week, James "You're Beautiful" Blunt will tape a Las Vegas guest appearance during which he'll sing his single, "Same Mistake," at a funeral. The episode will air early in the new year but probably still too late to shoot the ditty up the charts.... The Black Donnellys' Michael Rispoli and Prison Break alum Romy Rosemont have been cast in The Oaks, Fox's semi-spooky, semi-comedy pilot about three families occupying the same house in different eras. Alas, Rosemont's hiring means the luminous Gina McKee (Hugh Grant's wheelchair-using buddy in Notting Hill) has been canned. — Ben Katner
Sesame Street's Abby Cadabby by Rich Termine/PBS
Season 38 of Sesame Street, premiering Aug. 13, will feature a curriculum focusing on early literacy and language skills, PBS announced on Monday. The new batch will also feature Abby Cadabby in all 26 episodes (sounds like someone got a new agent), and kick off each episode with a "Word on the Street," which will be defined throughout the hour. There'll be occasional assists from the likes of Ellen DeGeneres and Jon Stewart.Speaking of famous human faces, guests for the coming season include Tina Fey, Rachael Ray, James Blunt and several New York Jets. Pop-culture spoofs include "Meal or No Meal," "American I," "A's Anatomy" and "GNN" with Anderson Cooper and grouch coanchors Walter Cranky and Dan Rather-Not. OK, that last bit just made me giggle.
Jason Dohring, Veronica Mars
The big idea: Chat up Jason Dohring about all things Veronica Mars — past, present and future — in connection with this, the day UPN's supersleuth series returns to Tuesday nights (at 9 pm/ET). The big problem: Dohring's, like, mad busy filming the season finale. Luckily, the dude's a trouper, and agreed to A our Qs via e-mail. (Coincidentally, you TVGuide.com Insider enthusiasts will recall, Kristen Bell "cybered" with us as well.) So, is full-on reconciliation in store for Logan and Veronica? Will Dohring clue us in on the top-secret season-ender? And what are the current odds on Mars la
SmallvilleThe 100th episode reairs in what needs to be the last repeat until July. Seriously, I'm in repeat overload. I've actually had to find other things to do with my time. Like, read. And although I do agree reading is FUNdamental, for a TV-obsessed girl like me, it's just not normal. So next week can't come fast enough, 'cause for the first time in five weeks, we'll get a new Smallville episode, and a little birdie tells me a certain fine guest star may make an appearance. That little birdie? The TVGuide.com listings.
OK, since this is the second time I've seen "Reckoning," and I know from the beginning Jonathan Kent is going to die, it's not as fun. For instance, I still have that damn James Blunt "You're Beautiful" song rattling around in m