Erin Andrews will replace Pam Oliver as NFL sideline reporter this fall for Fox Sports' No. 1 team, Sports Illustrated reports.
Oliver, 53, told SI she wasn't on board with the decision.
Joe Buck has something to be excited about. The 44-year-old Fox sports broadcaster known for his even-keeled demeanor behind the microphone tied the knot this past weekend with former NFL cheerleader Michelle Beisner, TMZreports.
New Jersey's Metlife Stadium has been called "The House That Eli Built" after the New York Giants' Super Bowl-winning quarterback, Eli Manning. His brother Peyton may wish it had been built with a roof.
Snow, sleet and glacial temperatures are polar possibilities when Peyton leads the Denver Broncos into Super Bowl XLVIII against the Seattle Seahawks on...
Aw, heck. Is it really worth making a fuss over The Middle's 100-episode milestone? It hardly seems in character for a family like the Hecks of Orson, Indiana. When she's reminded that they volunteered to drive a giant cow float in Orson's centennial parade, Frankie (Patricia Heaton) whines, "This is what happens when we drink: We sign up for stupid committees. Or get Brick."
But as Orson itself expresses in a self-deprecating new town motto: "Why not?" This episode (Wednesday, 8/7c, ABC) truly is cause for celebration, as TV's most heartfelt and hilariously relatable family sitcom reflects on what brought Frankie and Mike (Neil Flynn) to Orson in the first place, while giving their lovably imperfect offspring a chance to shine in clever-to-wacky subplots. (Sue's attempt to make Darrin jealous by cozying up to her flamboyant BFF Brad is especially genius.)
Fox steps to the plate tonight for the first game of the American League Championship Series (7 pm/ET). As always, network staple Joe Buck will be the play-by-play voice, flanked by analyst Tim McCarver. It will be Buck’s 12th consecutive postseason, and when Fox’s coverage of the World Series starts up on Oct. 24, it’ll be his 10th consecutive turn in the booth handling that event. TVGuide.com checked in with the big-time broadcaster as he prepared for the impending diamond duel between the Boston Red Sox and Cleveland Indians. And not only did we talk hardball, but Buck also filled us in on his late-night talk-show plans.
TVGuide.com: What was the biggest surprise of the divisional series?Joe Buck: That I watched every minute of it. I was tuned in the whole time. Typically, I find myself doing