So I have to admit, I am not a huge fan of these "Men Tell All" reunion specials, especially when they get dragged out for two hours. So, in the interest of everyone, I am going to skip over the many clip shows and retrospectives to get to the good quotes from the guys. All of this (except for the hilarious gag reel at the end of the show) is stuff we've already seen before anyways.
Monet Mazur, Nathan Fillion
In the second episode of Castle's upcoming third season, an extended member of the Castle family will die.
"As in real life, death is sad, but it makes us all appreciate what we have around us a little bit more," series star Nathan Fillion told me after Castle's Comic-Con panel. Added series creator Andrew Marlowe: "This will bring the family closer together."
So who's the unlucky ...
Steve Burton and Vanessa Marcil
You could say she's arguably the soap world's most popular female star — but there's really no argument about it. Nobody stirs up a fan fuss quite like Vanessa Marcil Giovinazzo, who returns to General Hospital Aug. 11 as drama queen Brenda Barrett. The actress, who recently wed CSI: NY regular Carmine Giovinazzo, hasn't been seen on GH since 2003 ...
President Barack Obama
President Barack Obama will appear on The View on Thursday, ABC announced.
The visit will mark the first time a sitting U.S. president has appeared on a daytime talk show and is part of the program's ...
Julie Benz, Michael Chiklis
ABC's forthcoming fall drama No Ordinary Family is one part Heroes, one part The Incredibles — but don't expect star Michael Chiklis to don any capes or costumes.
"You don't want to see me in Lycra, believe me.
MTV has received GLAAD's first "excellent" rating in the organization's annual survey of gay-friendly programming, for its inclusion of LGBT characters or issues.
"From their inception, MTV programs like The Real World and America's Best Dance Crew have offered richly diverse portrayals of gay and transgender people that help Americans better understand and accept our community," said GLAAD President Jarrett Barrios.
Glee honored at GLAAD Awards
After reviewing nearly 5,000 hours of primetime programming, GLAAD also announced that The CW has moved into ...
Martin Bashir is leaving ABC News' Nightline to anchor an MSNBC show.
Besides anchoring a daily afternoon program on MSNBC starting in September, he'll become a regular contributor to NBC's Dateline.
In a statement Thursday, MSNBC President Phil Griffin called Bashir's work "smart, original and thoughtful," adding that...