The Cleveland Show feels the need for speed!
On the March 17 episode, Cleveland (voiced by Mike Henry) convinces Donna (voiced by Sanaa Lathan) to unwind with a few drinks during her ...
The Cleveland Show feels the need for speed.
NASCAR stars Dale Earnhart Jr., Kasey Kahne and Tony Stewart will guest-voice on the Fox series next season, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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In the episode, Cleveland (voiced Mike Henry) convinces Donna (voiced Sanaa Lathan) to lighten up ...
NASCAR stud Kasey Kahne stars (along with Dennis Haysbert) in two new Allstate commercials that break during Sundays NASCAR Sprint Cup race from Las Vegas (March 2, 3:30 pm/ET, Fox). In one of the spots, Kahne dances in a fantasy-sequence music video as part of the fantasy of some very enthusiastic female fans....Putting the mad in March Madness, Bob Knight will join ESPNs studio team for coverage of college basketball conference tournaments and the NCAA championships. Knight, who quit his job as head coach at Texas Tech on Feb. 4, will start this gig on Wednesday, March 12. In 47 years of coaching (and kicking chairs and yelling at reporters), he compiled a 902-371 record....HBOs Real Sports returns March 10 with segments on the University of Tennessee mens basketball coach Bruce Pearl and Rutgers womens coach C. Vivian Stringer.
On a steamy March afternoon, former NASCAR Nextel Cup champ Kurt Busch sits in a stock car at Lowe's Motor Speedway in Charlotte, North Carolina, revving his engine in anticipation. The question hangs in the air: Which of three nearby celebrities, decked out in racing jumpsuits, will be the first to gulp back fear, strap into the makeshift passenger seat, and join Busch in a three-lap, cement-wall-kissing 190 mph run around the famed 1.5-mile track?
Laird Hamilton, best known for riding 70-foot waves, finally stands and pulls a helmet over his long blond locks. "Oh, sure," Hamilton calls to NFL legend John Elway and tennis champ Serena Williams with a grin. "Get the stupid surfer to do it."
Various-grade celebrities have already attempted dancing and skating on reality TV shows, and now a fresh slate of would-be winners will turn to driving, mashing the gas for an ABC series set to air this summer.A dozen stars have signed on for the Fast Cars & Superstars—Gillette Young Guns Celebrity Race, with would-be leadfoots including athletes (2007 Australian Open tennis champion Serena Williams, bullrider Ty Murray, WWE champ John Cena) and performers (singer Jewel, actors William Shatner and