Michaele Salahi and Neal Schon
Just because she is no longer on the Real Housewives doesn't mean Michaele Salahi has shied away from putting her personal life in front of the camera.
The ex-Real Housewives of D.C. star, who is best known for gate-crashing a...
Amelia Warner and Jamie Dornan
Fifty Shades of Grey's Jamie Dornan has some very late nights in his future. And we're not talking about his new movie role. (OK, maybe a little.)
The British actor and his wife, Amelia Warner, recently welcomed a...
Rick and Morty
Like most Adult Swim fare, there's a manic quality to Rick and Morty, but co-creator Dan Harmon instills an oddly emotional realism to it, helping it stand out amongst the crowd.
The series follows Rick, an alcoholic mad scientist, as he drags his slightly dimwitted grandson Morty on a series of adventures across time and space. While Rick has no qualms roping Morty into his own self-serving schemes and even knocking off a few of his classmates along the way, there's a thrilling freedom to watching Rick indulge in his bad tendencies.
As Harmon explains toTVGuide.com, part of Rick's appeal is the fantasy fulfillment of "wanting to be the smartest [person] in the room and telling everyone else that none of their problems matter ... and just burping and walking away." Though over time, Harmon says, people will start to understand Rick is the way he is because he "has seen a lot of things that would challenge a normal person's ability to continue thinking that certain things are sacred."
Keegan Deane, the character at the center of Fox's new midseason drama Rake, isn't exactly what you'd call the greatest guy in the world.
That's because Keegan, despite being a brilliant defense attorney, is also a gambling addict who owes both the IRS and his bookies more than he has. Throw in a string of romantic affairs and Keegan's generally laid-back, "lovable mess" personality, and it's not so hard to understand why he exhausts his kid and ex-wife.
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Fortunately, the man who plays Keegan, Oscar and Emmy nomineeGreg Kinnear, is nothing like his character. But don't take our word for it! Click play on our exclusive first look at the series below to hear Kinnear's fellow cast members, including John Ortiz, Miranda Otto,David Harbour and Bojana Novakovic, gush about their colleague.
Rake premieres Thursday, Jan. 23 at 9/8c on Fox.
Survivor: Blood vs. Water closed out its 27th season on a low note, while Homeland's Season 3 ender hit a series high.
Pending football adjustments, Survivor drew 10.2 million viewers and a 2.6 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, down six tenths from last fall's finale and down a ...
Tony Denison, G.W. Bailey
I was supposed to post some afterthoughts about "All In," last Tuesday or Wednesday and, instead, I am late with my entry about this week's new episode, (which was directed by Jon Tenney, better known to our fan base as Special Agent Fritz Howard). It just goes to show you that our best intentions can suddenly be overwhelmed by the unforeseen. In my case, the surprise was sinusitis and a prescription for some fierce, energy-sapping antibiotics that have forced me to adjust my professional plans. While physically irritating, it has made me even more sympathetic to the detectives in Major Crimes, all of whom find themselves dealing with the unexpected when their holiday vacation gets derailed by a shopping trip to Venice Beach.
We begin with Flynn and Provenza ambling through one of the kookiest neighborhoods in Los Angeles...
Another day, another Disney Channel star embroiled in a nude photo controversy.
The latest incident involves The Suite Life of Zack and Cody actor Dylan Sprouse. Two semi-nude photos of the 21-year-old appeared on Tumblr over the weekend, E! Online reports. One features the actor flexing his muscles in a mirror, while the other shows him completely nude and cupping his genitals (though his face is partially unseen in the second), according to E!.