Jon Gosselin, Kate Gosselin
Jon and Kate Gosselin will still be husband and wife in 2010, as the couple are waiting to finalize their divorce, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Although the Jon & Kate Plus 8 stars must wait until at least early next year for their...
Junior Seau spent almost two decades in the gridiron spotlight. Now, as host of Sports Jobs with Junior Seau, he's turning his attention to the men and women who help make sure the game goes on.
"With all the money being thrown around, athletes have a center stage," the former National Football League star tells TVGuide.com. "But before that center stage is open, [people] have to build a stage. Those are the people that deserve the credit and those are the people that we air on our show."
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In each episode, Seau, 40, tackles different tasks...
The Good Wife
The Good Wife headed into its winter hiatus on the strength of its largest audience to date, helping CBS land yet another Tuesday night ratings win.
The freshman legal drama pulled in 14.1 million viewers, handily defeating The Jay Leno Show (5.2 million viewers) and a repeat of The Forgotten (3.3 million viewers), capping off a characteristically strong Tuesday showing for CBS. New holiday episodes of NCIS and NCIS: Los Angeles were watched by 20.5 million viewers and 17.4 million viewers, respectively.
Putting up the best fight was NBC's The Sing-Off, which averaged...
Sofia Coppola, Thomas Mars
Sofia Coppola and her longtime boyfriend, Thomas Mars of the band Phoenix, are expecting their second child, he confirmed.
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"I heard the story that if you play ...
David at the Dentist, JK Wedding Dance
For the first time in YouTube history, the popular video site is sharing its most-watched global list of 2009. From roller-skating babies to a little boy hopped up on Novocain, check out the videos that entertained the masses this year.
5. Evian Roller Babies
Views: 27 million
These badass babies really know how to break it down — B-boy-style.
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Prepare yourself, the sixth and final season of Lost is approaching. Obviously, executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse have been very tight-lipped about the fate of the Losties after the explosion at the hatch, but they did find time to tease just a few tidbits at Tuesday night's unveiling of the 16th and final poster in the damoncarltonandapolarbear.com collection. (Said poster holds a few clues itself, but we're still working on that.) In the meantime, Lindelof and Cuse tell TVGuide.com which is their favorite poster, how they feel heading into the final season and what fans should expect when the show premieres on Feb. 2 (9/8c on ABC).
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TVGuide.com: With the final season of Lost approaching, what are you feeling?
Carlton Cuse: I think we're doing something new in this final season narratively, so we ...
Sandra Oh, Kiefer Sutherland, Regina King
Every week, editors Mickey O'Connor and Adam Bryant answer your burning questions. Want some TV scoop? Please send all questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any news on what's ahead for Cristina and Owen on Grey's Anatomy? — Lisa
ADAM: If there's one thing we know about Dr. Yang, it's that her career always comes first. Has her time with Owen changed that? We'll find out when Cristina gets stuck with a very difficult decision that could drastically affect not only her future, but also one of her closest relationships.
I'm dying for 24 to start again. What will the new cast members be up to? — Cassandra
MICKEY: You've probably heard Cole Ortiz (Freddie Prinze Jr.) described as