Boardwalk Empire, Bored To Death
Get ready to be Board and Bored.
Boardwalk Empire will kick off HBO's fall season, debuting...
Days before the curtain rises on the final season of Entourage, the cast of the HBO comedy says it wasn't their choice to end the series.
"We got canceled," star Kevin Connolly told Today's Matt Lauer on Tuesday. "We were not...
Jennifer Aniston walked away with a pair of golden antlers and Keith Richards took home a pair of honors as both were honored at Spike TV's Guys Choice Awards.
Aniston accepted the Decade of Hotness Award and promised to...
Mos Def has signed on for a multi-episode arc on the upcoming sixth season of Dexter, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The actor and hip-hop star, who appeared alongside Mark Wahlberg in The Italian Job, will play...
Melissa Leo spent many weekends during the early part of this year staying in fancy hotel suites and accepting awards in ballrooms full of her fellow actors — no doubt the high point in her career.
Meanwhile, during the week, on the set of HBO's Treme, she slipped back into the skin of civil liberties lawyer Toni Bernette, a character no doubt at her lowest point following the post-Hurricane Katrina depression and eventual suicide of her husband, Creighton (John Goodman).
The beat goes on: Treme settles in for the "long haul" of Season 2
"Going back to Toni grounded me," Leo told TVGuide.com....
Amy Poehler; Oprah Winfrey
TV stars Amy Poehler, Oprah Winfrey, Chris Colfer, Blake Lively, and Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner are all among the "most influential people in the world" according to this year's Time 100 list...
Loleatta Holloway, the disco singer heard on Mark "Marky Mark" Wahlberg's "Good Vibrations," has died after battling a brief illness, her manager announced. She was 64.
"Another Legendary Angel ... Rest in Peace, Sweet Loleatta," Ron Robinson, her manager, tweeted after she died Monday.
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Anne Hathaway and James Franco
Anne Hathaway and James Franco's first foray into hosting the Oscars was a little rocky, but there were still plenty of top moments to be had from the ceremony:
Most Awkward Host Introduction: Ouch. Anne Hathaway and James Franco's requisite montage of fake clips from the Best-Picture nominees fell flat, but at least we got a small giggle from seeing Franco in a white, full-body leotard for their Black Swan spoof. Can we get him and Justin Timberlake doing "Single Ladies"?
Former Daily Show correspondent Rob Riggle will star in the CBS comedy pilot Home Game, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
CBS orders Mark Wahlberg and ESPN-inspired pilots
Inspired by the life of three-time Super Bowl champion Mark Schlereth, Home Game will focus on a retired NFL player (Riggle) who ...
CBS has ordered two half-hour sports-centric pilots, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Home Game, inspired by the life of three-time Super Bowl champion and NFL pro Mark Schlereth, comes from executive producers Mark Wahlberg and Stephen Levinson. Schlereth will help produce along with his wife, Lisa, and daughter, Alexandria.