14. No Good Deed Goes Unpunished Award: On The Amazing Race premiere, Amy, a double-amputee, and Daniel are on their way to a first-place finish and a $1 million bonus (the team that wins the first and last legs will win $2 million) when Daniel decides to tell Abbie and Ryan where the final clue is — "because that's just the type of guy he is," according to Amy. There is no karma for their good deed: Abbie and Ryan overtake them on the sprint to the Pit Stop and are now the ones eligible for the bonus. Guys, whatever happened to the...
Where there's hope, there's laughter. And where there's Raising Hope, which returns for a third season tonight on Fox (8/7c), the laughter is of a particularly shameless quality. Take Sabrina's grandmother Nana — please! Actually, as the episode begins, this glam granny has already been taken to the great beyond, her body laid out for the wake in a scenario that almost sounds like a Bones episode: "The Body in the Buffet." (The vain Nana having requested her body be put in the kitchen so people would notice — which Cloris Leachman's unhinged Maw Maw certainly does.)
Raising Hope's Jimmy and Sabrina (Shannon Woodward) have only been dating for a few months, but star Lucas Neff already has a pretty good idea of what their TV wedding might look like.
"Imagine a lot of explosions, a lot of nudity, some singing, some dancing, probably at least one...
Watch out, George!
Wilmer Valderrama will reprise his role as Yoni on Suburgatory this season, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
When Dallas' dog Yakult slips into a deep depression over losing his...
Mourning never looked so fun! Raising Hope's third season premieres with what might be the cheeriest funeral ever to grace the small screen.
A new preview for the Fox comedy shows the Chance family gathered together to honor the life of Sabrina's grandmother, who is described by her portrayer, Tippi Hedren, as "the most despicable character."
Playing Sabrina's mom, the narcissistic Tamara, is Hedren's real-life daughter, Melanie Griffith. "Your grandmother is dead," Tamara tells Sabrina (Shannon Woodward). "We should be celebrating."