While the Olympians continue to dominate the TV spotlight in Sochi, another gathering of championship talent takes a bow in the weekend's other gold-medal event: PBS's Great Performances presentation of National Theatre: 50 Years on Stage (Friday, 9/8c, check tvguide.com listings).
Laurence Olivier led the National Theatre upon its founding in 1963, and he and other luminaries are seen in vintage clips from past productions, interspersed throughout a dazzling evening of live re-enactments and tantalizing excerpts from landmark plays, including Angels in America, Stuff Happens, The History Boys and War Horse. Fans of Downton Abbey will delight to see the Dowager Countess Maggie Smith in her 1964 prime, vamping in ...
Conniving politico Francis Underwood (Kevin Spacey) isn't facing term limits just yet. Days before the release of House of Cards' Season 2 — Netflix will start streaming all 13 episodes on Feb. 14 — the Washington, D.C., thriller secured a third season pickup. Executive producer Beau Willimon recently spoke with TV Guide Magazine on the show's return, how Netflix treats the drama and how he reacted when President Obama declared himself a fan.
Robin Wright's character on House of Cards might keep her fair share of secrets, but the actress didn't hold anything back during a recent interview with London's Telegraph.
The 47-year-old actress opened up about her recent engagement to Ben Foster, 33, even showing off a small "B" tattooed on her finger. "Ben has an 'R' tattoo in the same place," Wright said. "I've been so anti-tattoos my whole life. But doing this felt right because we're not traditional."
House of Cards' second season doesn't premiere until next week, but some cast members are already looking ahead to Season 3.
When star Robin Wright was asked by reporters Tuesday if she was interested in continuing her Golden Globe-winning role as Claire Underwood, the manipulative wife of newly-appointed Vice President Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey), the actress responded: "Sure, bring it on."
Breaking Bad continued its farewell win streak at Sunday's Golden Globe Awards, while American Hustle topped the night with three awards.
The AMC drama finally took home its first ever Golden Globes in drama series and drama actor for Bryan Cranston, who has now won at least one Globe, Screen Actors Guild Award and an Emmy for playing Walter White.
Globes co-host Amy Poehler finally shed her awards bridesmaid status, claiming her first big award for Parks and Recreation in comedy/musical actress.
As usual, freshmen