Dinner with the Kings
Tyra Banks says her America's Next Top Model persona is far removed from who she really is.
Featured on Larry King's CNN special Dinner With the Kings, the supermodel said: "When I'm sitting there and have all this makeup on and I'm like, 'Your picture is not fierce,' that is a character. In real life I'm passive aggressive, I'm anti-confrontational, I'm even in coaching to learn how to be confrontational."
At the taping for his upcoming Comedy Central roast, Charlie Sheen endured quite the verbal beating. But the former Two and a Half Men star says he came out of it "unscathed," according to Entertainment Weekly.
Charlie Sheen roast adds William Shatner, Jon Lovitz and... Kate Walsh?
"Once again, I come out unscathed. You can't hurt me. I can't kill me," Sheen said at the conclusion of the taping. "Did you really think your little jokes were going to hurt me? I did porn stars; I did drugs. Then I did the one thing everybody in America wishes he could do. I told my boss to f--- off. And then it was gone. I'm done with 'the winning' because I've already won."
Sheen, of course, is referring to his media assault against Two and a Half Men executive producer Chuck Lorre when the show failed to resume production after a hiatus was taken for Sheen to enter rehab....
Kate Walsh, Jon Lovitz
Comedy Central certainly gets diversity points in assembling the lineup for Charlie Sheen's celebrity roast.
The cable network has added William Shatner, Jon Lovitz, Patrice O'Neal and Amy Schumer, as well as Kate Walsh (yes, Kate Walsh from Private Practice) and...
Seth MacFarlane, Charlie Sheen
Comedy Central has called on Family Guy creator and executive producer (and unofficial roasting expert) Seth MacFarlane to emcee The Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen, the network announced Thursday.
The network first announced plans to roast Sheen in early July, just a few months after he was fired...
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Fred Flinstone, Simon Cowell
Yabba Dabba Do! Fox announced Monday that Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane will launch a new version of The Flinstones in 2013.
Fox President of Entertainment Kevin Reilly made the news official during the network's upfront presentation to advertisers, and though MacFarlane was not present, he explained his take on the animated comedy in a pre-taped clip:
Seth MacFarlane continues his animation domination: Fox has renewed Family Guy and The Cleveland Show, the network announced Monday.
"For nine seasons, our viewers have been cracked up, delighted, surprised and, at times, gloriously disturbed by the mind of Seth MacFarlane — and they keep coming back for more," Fox President of Entertainment Kevin Reilly said. "The Griffins and the Browns have become cornerstones of our Sunday nights, and we can't wait to find out what new adventures Seth, Mike and Rich cook up for them next season."
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The Cleveland Show (Sunday, 8:30/7:30c, Fox)
An ill wind is blowing through Fox's "Animation Domination" lineup — well, the Seth MacFarlane variety, anyway. In a crossover sweeps stunt, a hurricane storms its way through Stoolbend (Cleveland Show), Quahog (Family Guy) and Langley Falls (American Dad). On Cleveland, the storm wrecks the Brown/Tubbs family vacation plans. On Family Guy, the stress of the storm (never easy on dogs) drives Brian to overindulge in questionable substances. And on American Dad, the hurricane wreaks havoc on the Smiths, who foolishly decide to ride it out at home. As for Springfield... The Simpsons go to the Jersey Shore, so apparently they didn't get the memo.
Though Bryan Cranston is best known these days for his work in drama, the Breaking Bad star still loves a good laugh — especially one from a show that feels very familiar to him.
"Not since my days on Malcolm in the Middle have I seen a show that can make you laugh out loud and at the same time resonate on some deeper level [like Modern Family does]," Cranston tells TVGuide.com. "Extremely difficult to do because if the audience smells a 'message' in an episode — game over, show loses. This program has it all... wonderful writing, fantastic actors. Bravo."
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Modern Family isn't the only show the three-time Emmy winner turns on for a few chuckles. Sharing his TV watchlist with TVGuide.com, the actor says he ...