Kenzie Dalton, Chad Michael Murray
Chad Michael Murray and Kenzie Dalton have ended their seven-year-long engagement, People reports. The couple "quietly parted ways earlier in the year," Murray's rep told the magazine.
Murray, 32, and Dalton, 25, met in...
Kevin Zegers and Jaime Feld
Gossip Girl alum Kevin Zegers wed his longtime girlfriend Jaime Feld Saturday in New Jersey, Us Weekly reports.
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Guests at the wedding included Julianne Hough, Sophia Bush and...
The idea of anyone living on $1.50 a day is shocking. The idea of Oscar winner Ben Affleck doing it is near incomprehensible. But that's exactly what the actor has promised to do next week as part of the poverty-awareness campaign Live Below the Line, the non-profit announced.
Michael Urie, David Krumholtz
CBS has canceled freshman comedy Partners and will take it off the air effective immediately, Deadline reports.
When you find hot and heavy pictures of your fiancée with Derek Jeter, what do you do?
The logical answer might be to confront said fiancée. But if you're Partners' Joe (David Krumholtz), you tell your best friend Louis (Michael Urie) — as you've always done.
"That's just his...
And so the fall TV season officially begins tonight — with a bit of a whimper in the new (though it already feels a bit musty) CBS sitcom Partners (8:30/7:30c). Remember how groundbreaking Will & Grace was back in the day? Also how hilarious it was?
"I think we just need to accept the fact that there are four people at this table, but three couples."
So says Ali (Sophia Bush), summing up Partners' premise in the pilot.
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Premiering Monday (8:30/7:30c, CBS), the comedy is David Kohan and Max Mutchnick's semi-autobiographical, bromantic spin on their
David Krumholtz, Michael Urie
What are friends for?
Almost breaking up your BFF's barely-day-old engagement — if you're Partners' Louis (Michael Urie).
The new CBS comedy, from Will & Grace creators David Kohan and Max Mutchnick, is about lifelong pals ...
Hilarie Burton, Matt Bomer
Now that Neal (Matt Bomer) is back from his island excursion on White Collar, another familiar face is returning. But this time around, Sara Ellis might have different intentions.
"Am I coming back to be a pain in his a--? I legitimately don't know," Hilarie Burton tells TVGuide.com. "Sara doesn't let a lot of people in and she has let Neal in on some secrets. So whether that makes her resent him for running away or it endears him to her and lets her understand why he's done the things he's done remains to be seen."
Whenever CBS unveils a new fall schedule, it's like watching an impressive round of chess, as powerful pieces (of programming) are moved strategically around the board (the prime-time line-up), operating from a position of strength to shore up weak spots and holes on the schedule, proving that an aggressive offense is a great defense against stagnation and decline.