Bill and Cathi
After having being spared elimination twice on The Amazing Race, Bill and Cathi Alden knew their time was up when they lost an hour trying to find the homing pigeon location in Belgium. "We had so much trouble trying to find the wall and we couldn't imagine that another team had that much difficulty after they located the pigeons," Cathi tells TVGuide.com. "We were pretty sure we were last. It was so dark and late by then." But getting lost wasn't the only factor in their elimination. See what else they think contributed to their demise and how they stay in such great shape.
After teams pulled an all-nighter to make chili on Top Chef, the judges added insult to injury when they made the losing team repurpose their chili mole in a cook-off, ending in Richie Farina's elimination. "It was just another twist that none of us expected," he tells TVGuide.com. "When they told us, we were like, 'What the f---?!' But I get it. It was a good way to differentiate ...
TV Guide Magazine
All together now: Pop pop! The Greendale gang emerged victorious in TV Guide Magazine's second annual "Fan Favorites" cover contest. Editor-in-chief Debra Birnbaum revealed Community's three collector's covers — on newsstands Thursday, December 1 — on NBC's Today show this morning.
The third-season sitcom edged out another NBC cult fave (and last year's runner-up to Supernatural), Chuck, for the top honors. The network caused an uproar ...
Anne Hathaway and Adam Shulman
Anne Hathaway is a bride-to-be! The 29-year-old actress, who co-hosted this year's Oscar ceremony, is engaged to boyfriend Adam Shulman, her rep confirms TVGuide.com.
Shulman, who popped the question after three years of dating, proposed with a ring he designed with Kwiat Heritage Jewels.
As The Closer returns for its last winter season ever (on its way to its series finale next summer), I think it's only right to begin with a seasonal expression of gratitude. We could not be finishing our story on such a high note if you had not come along for the ride.
So what can you expect between the first Monday after Thanksgiving and the last Monday in December? The Closer sets off by investigating the death of a high school principal...
Dunder Mifflin, the fictional company featured in The Office, is becoming a real-life brand.
The Staples-owned Quill.com has signed a licensing deal with NBC's parent company Comcast, according to The Wall Street Journal. The Dunder Mifflin paper features slogans from the series such as "Get Your Scrant on" and is priced considerably above other private-label copy paper.
Taking advantage of the networks' post-sweeps lull, TNT roars back in a big way this week, with tonight's winter return (for five episodes) of its two biggest hits, The Closer and Rizzoli & Isles, and starting Tuesday for the next month, a weekly series of first-run mystery movies on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. (More on that later this week.)
The Closer (8/7c) and Rizzoli (9/8c) each have similar starting points for this ...
Raphael Sbarge, Lana Parrilla
OK, so Walt Disney is either rolling in his grave or LOLing from the beyond. Hopefully it's the latter, because Once Upon a Time is such a hoot. It would be a shame to think the man behind the Mouse wouldn't be down with the fun being had over in Storybrooke.
As the season's top new drama, the delightful ...
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Question: Now that we are about at the mid-season break for shows, I have been thinking about which returning shows are having the best, most satisfying seasons. Fringe, Castle, Community and Bones are at the top of my list, but I have to single out Parks and Recreation as the best returning show. I wasn't sure Parks and Rec could sustain the consistently funny run it had last season, but it has easily lived up to the expectations of Season 3. I think what has made this season even better ...