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Early this season, Modern Family's huggable gays will try and shed some weight via a couples diet.
"Cameron and Mitchell decide to go on a juice cleanse, which I have done personally and know the madness it can cause," says Jesse Tyler Ferguson (Mitchell). "It drives them to the brink of insanity!"
Adds Eric Stonestreet (Cameron)....
The September 19 premiere of NBC's 1960s-set The Playboy Club will reveal that one of the bunnies is a closeted lesbian married to a gay man. Openly gay series star Amber Heard, who plays the straight Maureen, was surprised to see the original depiction of the lesbian bunny as butch.
"She was originally written to be different from the other girls in the way that she dressed and carried herself — with less feminine grace," says Amber, who convinced executive producer Chad Hodge to rewrite the character....
On Sunday's season finale of True Blood, at least three, possibly four former cast members, previously thought to be dead, or as dead as one can be on this show, returned for an extra-spooky, Halloween-set season finale. Great, you think, just what this show needs, more characters. But wait! This episode also has a steep body count, my friends. At least four series regulars appeared to die during this hour. It's really hoary cliff-hanger stuff that will continue to enrage you for the next 10 months or so until True Blood's fifth season is finally upon us. Who died? Who was resurrected? Let's do this: I'll tell you what happened during this jam-packed hour, and then I'll make some wildly speculative predictions about Season 5. Then you let me know if you agree in the comments section below. Deal?
Fake beards, skintight leather pants and blue and white face paint. After donning some particularly out-there accessories for the first season of the screwball yet sweet comedy series, Raising Hope, star Lucas Neff is ready — and willing — for anything.
"The weirder, the wackier, the more humiliating, the better," Neff tells TVGuide.com.
The Fox comedy is coming off of a strong first season, in which it earned two Emmy nominations and adoration from critics for its balance between the humorous (read: completely outlandish) and the heart-warming. Going into Season 2, expect more of the same, as the Chance family travels to Vegas ("there's nothing like Sin City for a family show," Neff jokes) and a kidnapping, all while facing the next milestones in baby Hope's young life.
Spartacus: Blood and Sand star Andy Whitfield has died. He was 39.
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Whitfield died of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in Sydney on Sunday, his manager, Sam Maydew, told The Associated Press. In a statement, Whitfield's wife, Vashti, called her husband a "beautiful young warrior" who died in the "arms of his loving wife," according to the AP.
Whitfield, a Welsh actor who lived in Australia, was virtually unknown to American audiences when he was cast in the lead of the graphically violent and sexual Starz series....
Steven Soderbergh's virus outbreak thriller Contagion fittingly topped what was a pretty sickly weekend box office.
The film, which stars Matt Damon, Laurence Fishburne, Gwyneth Paltrow and Jude Law, pulled in $23.1 million, according to Box Office Mojo. That was enough to topple three-time champ The Help, which fell to second place with an additional $8.7 million (for a total of $137 million after five weeks).
All told, the box office gross for the weekend's top 10 films was only $66.4 million, the lowest weekend gross this year....
Former 24 star Annie Wersching will guest-star in an upcoming episode of Hawaii Five-0, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Wersching will play Samantha Martel, the sister of a murder victim whose death Five-0 is investigating. Described as agitated, frantic and defensive, Wersching's character eventually becomes a suspect when McGarrett (Alex O'Loughlin) & Co. discover that her brother had recently fired her from his high-end restaurant. Is revenge a dish best served cold ... and bloody?
Besides her role as FBI Special Agent Renee Walker on the final two seasons of 24, Wersching ...
At the taping for his upcoming Comedy Central roast, Charlie Sheen endured quite the verbal beating. But the former Two and a Half Men star says he came out of it "unscathed," according to Entertainment Weekly.
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"Once again, I come out unscathed. You can't hurt me. I can't kill me," Sheen said at the conclusion of the taping. "Did you really think your little jokes were going to hurt me? I did porn stars; I did drugs. Then I did the one thing everybody in America wishes he could do. I told my boss to f--- off. And then it was gone. I'm done with 'the winning' because I've already won."
Sheen, of course, is referring to his media assault against Two and a Half Men executive producer Chuck Lorre when the show failed to resume production after a hiatus was taken for Sheen to enter rehab....