While we wait to see who will hit the parquet on Dancing with the Stars this season (cast to be announced Monday), we all wonder: Who will fill departing co-host Samantha Harris' Dancing shoes?
Tom Bergeron's backstage sidekick announced last month that she is leaving the ABC hit to pursue other ...
The Olympics still make Michelle Kwan nervous — for a different reason now.
"I always get nervous watching friends and people that I know skate," Kwan tells TVGuide.com. "I want them to do well, but it's fun and exciting to be in Vancouver as a spectator now. When I was competing, I saw pretty much the village, the rink and the practice rink. Or physical therapy. That was my extent of the Olympics. Now I get to see ...
ABC has ordered a multicamera comedy pilot titled Southern Discomfort, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
If the pilot succeeds with network execs, the series would center on a father whose grown children ...
CSI: Miami, 90210, Criminal Minds
Every week, editors Mickey O'Connor and Adam Bryant answer your burning questions. Want some TV scoop? Please send all questions to email@example.com.
I need to know more about Delko's undercover investigation of the lab on CSI: Miami. What's he going to find? — Marshall
ADAM: "That investigation will reveal the most dramatic betrayal in Horatio Caine's career," co-executive producer Barry O'Brien tells us. "It puts Horatio in a light we've never seen him in before, questioning the loyalties of his team. ... It will rock the fabric of the team and threaten at least one — if not more — CSI's future." Hmm, maybe that's the reason Delko will be back full-time next season.
Will Dixon and Silver ever get back together on 90210? — Dana
MICKEY: For now, Dixon and Silver are dunzo, if only because Dixon...
Lost - Jorge Garcia, Matthew Fox
On Tuesday's Jack-centric episode of Lost, Jacob needs Hurley and Jack for a special mission at the titular lighthouse. Jin starts to realize the degree to which Claire's mind has warped. Plus: Who has a heretofore-unseen son? Read on to find out...
Meryl Davis and Charlie White
NBC's ratings for the Winter Olympics dipped below those of the 2006 Winter Games in Torino for the first time Monday night.
The broadcast was watched by 20.9 million viewers, enough to easily win the night. But ratings fell 25 percent from last Monday night and were down 7 percent from the same night during the Torino Games. The 2006 games were the lowest-rated games in recent history, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Most of the other networks stuck to repeats, but the "Women Tell All" episode of The Bachelor (11.2 million viewers) performed very strongly, falling only 5 percent from last week's normal episode...