If The Vampire Diaries is supposed to suffer from a second-season curse, someone forgot to send the supernatural romance the memo. Feeding the public's continuing thirst for vampire love, lust and blood, Season 2's ratings have been steady and fan frenzy has multiplied. The CW's highest-rated series' place in the TV firmament was cemented when Nina Dobrev, who plays long-suffering teen heroine Elena Gilbert (plus her evil vamp doppelgänger, Katherine Pierce), was chosen for Jimmy Fallon's buzzy Emmy opening number. "We're definitely not in a sophomore slump," says exec producer Kevin Williamson. "The actors are still so enthusiastic."
Glee, Justin Timberlake
Let's get in the way-back machine and remember the '90s — when David Letterman teased Oprah Winfrey at the Oscars, hip-hop and Britney Spears topped the charts, and an adorable scamp named Jennifer Love Hewitt stole America's heart on Party of Five. Television this week recalled those heady days. Letterman finally revealed the incident that started his feud with Winfrey. Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake crafted a joyous medley tracing the rise and reign of hip-hop. The Glee crew called Spears an "icon." And Hewitt unleashed an unexpectedly bravura performance on Law & Order: SVU. Welcome to Top Moments: Remember the'90s? Edition.
Betty White and a handful of Saturday Night Live stars will be on hand to honor Tina Fey when she accepts the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor later this year.
White will join Jimmy Fallon, Seth Meyers, Fred Armisen and SNL creator Lorne Michaels at the ...
Katy Perry on SNL
Saturday Night Live kicked off its 36th season with a bevy of guest stars and sendups of recent headline maker Christine O'Donnell and musical guest Katy Perry.
The premiere, hosted by former cast member and Parks and Recreation star Amy Poehler, began with a cold opening that mocked Delaware Senate hopeful O'Donnell's past statements, including speaking out against masturbation. The sketch also poked fun at O'Donnell's comments about witchcraft by having her put on a witch's hat and fly out of the scene on a broom...
Tom Colicchio and Padma Lakshmi
Time to break out the big knives! Bravo tells TV Guide Magazine exclusively that the upcoming eighth season of Top Chef will serve up an all-star cast. Eighteen familiar faces — all of them runners-up from previous seasons — are returning hungry for a shot at redemption in the culinary capital of the world: New York City.
Tune in tonight, Sept. 22, for the Top Chef DC reunion special (9/8c, Bravo), when host Andy Cohen will divulge the entire cast, including several fan faves...
Comedy Central is planning another Night of Too Many Stars: An Overbooked Concert For Autism Education.
Ali Larter has announced she's pregnant with a boy — in a most squirm-inducing way.
"I've got a little penis inside of me," the 34-year-old actress said on NBC's Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
The 2010 Emmys are now in the books, but one of the night's biggest winners was host Jimmy Fallon, whose opening Glee spoof — complete with a Springsteen impression and tons of star power — kicked off the night. Other former Emmy hosts have brought their talents to the stage, including Ellen DeGeneres' dancing, Neil Patrick Harris' show-stopping voice and Conan O'Brien's big laughs. Let us know who your favorite Emmy host is in our poll below!
Jimmy Fallon with Yo Gabba Gabba
Just when we didn't think Jimmy Fallon couldn't get cooler after killing it as Sunday's Emmy host, the Late Night cut-up went and one-upped himself for his 300th episode.
First, he braved a sit-down with notoriously chilly "Vogue" editrix Anna Wintour and be-kilted fashion designer Marc Jacobs — while wearing a Jacobs suit, no less — that could have fallen flatter than a runway model's chest. After all, these two aren't your average talk-show guests. But then again, this isn't your average talk show, and the mix of Fallon's charmingly awkward style, anything-goes attitude and unexpected fashion savvy led to lively back-and-forth...
Dare I say it? This year's Emmy Awards show was almost, gasp, Emmy-worthy (well, up until that deadly stretch in the back half; kills the show every time). And with a surprising number of first-time winners, a few of them quite surprising and even for the most part surprisingly satisfying, it rarely felt like a retread of past seasons.
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