First Lady Michelle Obama
First Lady Michelle Obama will make a cameo in the Parks and Recreation season finale, NBC announced Thursday.
Seth Meyers kicked off his Late Night debut Monday by paying tribute to his predecessor. Writing a "thank you note" — which was a regular segment on the old Late Night — to current Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon, Meyers promised to...
James Spader, Megan Boone
After the Games, the deluge. Now that Sochi's Closing Ceremony is but a glittery, shimmering memory, time for TV to get back to normal — which means everything new is finally new again. And for NBC, it signifies another big week, as it tries to keep the momentum going, using a new season of The Voice (8/7c) and its irresistible Blind Auditions to fuel ratings on Mondays and Tuesdays, with a visceral assist from The Blacklist (10/9c). Red's latest target: a woman from his shadowy past played by Jennifer Ehle, who'll always be my favorite Elizabeth Bennet (from the 1995 Pride and Prejudice).
Seth Meyers is taking over the Late Night desk on Feb. 24 and he's enlisted a star-studded welcome wagon.
Sean Saves the World
Will & Grace is returning to NBC ... sort of. The better half of Will & Grace is returning to NBC — aka Just Jack ... minus Karen.
Sean Hayes comes back to the network that made him a household name in his new comedy Sean Saves the World. In the multi-camera sitcom, Hayes stars as...
Vincent Kartheiser and James Wolk
Our top moments of the week:
11. Pardon the Interruption Award: When Blythe Ballard (Frances Conroy), Hank and Evan's rich neighbor, moves to shut down HankMed on Royal Pains, Evan tries to save the company by staging a fancy open house to win over the 'hood. But Blythe puts a damper on the affair with talk of injured, sickly patients traipsing all over the pricey property. Evan tries to refute her argument, but is interrupted by a patient, who bursts into the party shouting for Hank. Um, pigs in a blanket, anyone?
10. Best Damage Control: Yes, Miss Utah Marissa Powell totally flubbed her answer about...
Maroon 5 singer and Voice judge Adam Levine brought his charm, dance moves and abs to Saturday Night Live this week, acting as host for the first time.
In addition to one sketch that featured a dance-off between Levine, Pat Monahan from Train, Jason Mraz and John Mayer (all portrayed by SNL cast members), the episode also managed to poke fun at The Carrie Diaries, Catfish and Vice President Joe Biden. Oh, and there was a new digital short courtesy of Andy Samberg. Check out some of the highlights below.
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15. Creepiest Misunderstanding: When New Girl's Jess discovers that one of her students is drawing mutilated deer, Nick thinks it's a warning sign of his impending homicidal tendencies. So he investigates. Of course he and Jess get caught red-handed at his house, where they learn that he doesn't want to kill his teacher, he's just working on a graphic novel. But there are stillhorrors to behold: The feisty older woman who lives with the student isn't his mom; it's his girlfriend.
14. Wettest Hook-Up: Get your minds out of the gutter, readers! When Mindy tries to orchestrate a casual hook-up with...
Lady Gaga has stirred up yet another controversy. During a concert in Vancouver on Friday, Gaga strutted on stage wearing a bra festooned with two fake assault rifles. Gaga paired the rifle bra with green military-inspired pants and high-heeled combat boots