Robin Williams, Whoopi Goldberg, William Shatner and Blake Shelton, are among those joining Kelly Clarkson for her upcoming holiday special Kelly Clarkson's Cautionary Christmas Music Tale, NBC announced Wednesday.
Clarkson's special will...
TV Guide Magazine cover art by Bob Peak
Considered a father of the modern movie poster, Bob Peak created art for Apocalypse Now, Superman: The Movie and The Spy Who Loved Me, among many others. But during a nearly 20-year run, he was also one of TV Guide Magazine's most prolific cover artists, contributing 38 gorgeous, graphically inventive illustrations. Peak's son and archivist, Thomas Peak, helps annotate some of his father's finest.
Legendary sci-fi writer Richard Matheson, best known for I Am Legend and The Shrinking Man, died Sunday at the age of 87, the publisher Tor/Forge reports.
Hot in Cleveland is welcoming another famous face for its live episode: Shirley Jones!
The live episode picks up with...
William Shatner is going live and uncut with Betty White.
Christine White, an actress best known for The Twilight Zone, passed away on April 14 in Washington, D.C., the Carroll County Times reports. She was 86.
George Takei, Tim Jo and Mark Hamill
The Neighbors wraps its first season on March 27 with a special episode featuring Star Wars' Mark Hamill and Star Trek's George Takei. Despite decades of fan conventions, the sci-fi legends' paths had never before crossed. "I apologized to George for not knowing Star Trek as well as...
Big Bang Theory star Kaley Cuoco sent a sponsored tweet endorsing Dish Network, even as her employer is suing the satellite provider, TheWrap.com reports.
CBS joined ABC, Fox and NBC in filing a lawsuit against Dish over a feature on its Hopper service, which allows users to watch shows like The Big Bang Theory without commercials...
Maybe William Shatner is available?
After getting mixed reviews as Oscars host this past Sunday, Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane says that he has no interest in taking a second stab at the high-pressure gig.
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Seth MacFarlane and William Shatner
So what did I really think?
Yes, I was the byline on the faux Oscars review William Shatner showed to host Seth MacFarlane in the opening number on Sunday's telecast ("Seth MacFarlane Worst Oscar Host Ever").
I didn't know it was coming. I was watching the show at home with my wife. Staring at the byline, it took a few seconds to absorb that it was being seen by an audience of one billion viewers — a nice jump over the 12.8 million people who see each issue of TV Guide Magazine. After my name appeared a second time, every electronic device in our apartment was ringing, buzzing, pinging or vibrating...