As if trying to break up marriages and squash kids' dreams isn't enough, Jane Lynch's Sue Sylvester will take her antics to the next level when Glee returns April 13. Lynch tells TVGuide.com that Sue's plans are getting more devious, including sexual blackmail. Plus: brace yourself for a possible romance with Neil Patrick Harris and duet with Olivia Newton-John...
Glee's Jayma Mays will pair with Neil Patrick Harris in Sony's planned feature Smurfs.
Glee scoop: Breakups, shake-ups and more!
Mays, who plays Emma Pillsbury on the Fox series, will star opposite Harris as...
Fringe, 30 Rock, Bones
Every week, editors Mickey O'Connor and Adam Bryant answer your burning questions. Want some TV scoop? Please send all questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fringe left us with a crazy cliff-hanger. What will Olivia do with her newfound knowledge about Peter? — Brandt
MICKEY: The first post-hiatus episode, April 1's "Peter," is an '80s flashback blockbuster in which Walter finally tells Olivia the truth about his son. It fills in almost all the gaps in Peter's mysterious backstory: why Olivia sees him glimmer, how he was cured and why he owes the Observer his life. Plus: We'll meet Peter's mother for the first time and get a pretty good idea how Nina Sharp lost her arm to "cancer."
I'm going through Bones withdrawal. Got any scoop to tide me over until April? — Maria
ADAM: The landmark 100th episode reveals...
Arianna Huffington will take up a new post when she guest-stars on How I Met Your Mother, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Wait for it! Neil Patrick Harris to guest on Glee
The co-founder of The Huffington Post will play herself in an episode in which Ted (Josh Radnor) heads to a high-class party. Though he's torn between the snooty guests and his pals, Barney...
Neil Patrick Harris
Neil Patrick Harris, How I Met Your Mother's resident womanizer, has signed a deal to guest-star on Glee, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Check out videos of Neil Patrick Harris
Hot off hosting last year's Emmys and Tonys, and with his...
After a month of guest judges, including Neil Patrick Harris and Kristin Chenoweth, Ellen DeGeneres permanently joins the judges table on American Idol.
Ellen DeGeneres newest American Idol judge
In September, she announced that she'd be joining the hit Fox show, and said she'd be a great judge "because I've spent my whole life being judged. So I know what it's like."
DeGeneres on Idol: I'll be a good judge because I've always been judged
Still, it looks like all you need to do to get through to the live competition is tell Ellen you love her. Check out her debut in the clip below and offer your thoughts on Ellen being a judge:
On the road to Hollywood, American Idol made its next stop Wednesday night in Dallas — another city that delivered some of the same problems that have been plaguing Season 9's audition tour. Too much emphasis was again dedicated to fluffy packages about the judges, and while the number of good auditions far outweighed the bad, I've still seen few contestants I look forward to hearing again. The show scored a half victory on the guest-judging front, as Neil Patrick Harris added one more thing to the list of items he does well. Joe Jonas could have stayed home. All in all, 31 contestants got golden tickets. Below, some thoughts on the featured contestants:
Neil Patrick Harris
Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog director, Joss Whedon, and Neil Patrick Harris may be making sweet music together yet again.
The How I Met Your Mother Star is nearing a deal to appear in the May sweeps episode of Glee that will be directed by Whedon, Entertainment Weekly reports.
VIDEO: TV Guide Network catches up with Glee cast on Globes red carpet
Ryan Murphy, creator of the Golden Globe-winning freshman series, would create a role especially for Harris, which would entail ...
Neil Patrick Harris, Jay Leno
This week, a lot happened on TV, but who had time to watch, what with all the shenanigans going on in late-night? Conan O'Brien, Jimmy Kimmel and Jay Leno all used their shows to issue informal press releases on the latest machinations of the Tonight Show shuffle — to brilliant comic effect. Welcome to Top Moments: 2010 NBC Panic Edition!
How I Met Your Mother
Like Barney Stinson and suits, How I Met Your Mother and music fit well. So co-creator and executive producer Carter Bays thought it's appropriate for the CBS sitcom to mark its 100th episode with a big, splashy musical number.
"I don't think we're ...