Naveen Andrews, Mel Gibson
It was fun this week to watch from our lofty sofa perches and judge our favorite TV personalities. We were surprised that Mel Gibson still hasn't learned when not to talk. We scoffed at an American Idol hopeful's figuratively naked (and almost literally naked) attempt to gimmick his way to Hollywood. And we counted our own blessings as Fringe and Lost toyed with the lives of three very unfortunate souls — or was it four souls? Welcome to Top Moments, Harsh Judgment Edition.
In this episode of Grey's Anatomy, Derek assumes the role of Chief of Surgery and quickly learns some of the headaches that go along with the job. The cause of his biggest problem: Bailey and Meredith's patient wakes up in the middle of a surgery. Alex works with Arizona on a peds patient who complains of abdominal pain but shows no physical signs of anything wrong. And while Mark and Lexie aren't speaking, Cristina and Owen can't keep their mitts off one another, which leads to problems of both the serious and hilarious variety.
The View - Kate Gosselin
Kate Gosselin is returning to The View on March 11, ABC announced Thursday.
Gosselin, 34, previously co-hosted the daytime chat fest for three days in...
Poor Juliet (Elizabeth Mitchell). As if falling into the Swan hatch and exploding the bomb wasn't enough of a sendoff at the close of Lost's Season 5, she died in the final season opener in Sawyer's arms — after a final kiss and a mysterious message. While fans are still mourning the loss of Dr. Burke, TVGuide.com jumped on the phone with Mitchell, who's shooting ABC's alien-invasion drama V in Vancouver. The 39-year-old actress says that Juliet may be dead, but Mitchell is returning to Hawaii soon as the show winds down. So who was Juliet asking to coffee? What does "it worked" mean?
Sarah Chalke is heading to Capitol Hill.
The Scrubs actress, 33, has been cast in the new ABC pilot Freshman as...
Lost fans, need another way to express your devotion to the show? Buy their music!
Check out our Lost Episode Recap of the final season's premiere: "LA X (Parts I and II)"
iTunes has launched six exclusive seven-track collections inspired by characters from the ABC drama (called "Lost Tracks"). Songs range from Bon Jovi's "Bad Medicine" from Kate Austen's collection to Marvin Gaye's "Can I Get a Witness" from John Locke's selections. A playlist of "Dharma's Tracks" features head-trippers like Tina Turner's "Acid Queen" from The Who's Tommy, Three Dog Night's "Shambala" and "Dharma Lady" by Geronimo Jackson, a fictional musician in the show's mythology.
Lost producers announce series finale date
Check out all the playlists after the jump.
Oscar nominee Virginia Madsen will play the lead role in ABC's new dramedy Scoundrels, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Based on the New Zealand series titled Outrageous Fame, Scoundrels centers on a matriarch (Madsen) of a criminal family who wants ...