Who, besides The Fonz, are the best-ever TV characters?
TV Guide Network has assembled a list of the 25 best TV characters ever — so get ready to join the debate over who does or doesn't belong (except for Arthur "The Fonz" Fonzarelli, who so obviously does).
Which characters from Seinfeld and Mad Men made the list? What cartoon character cracked the Top 5? And did anyone somehow beat...
Impatiently counting down the minutes until Chuck returns?
Then tide yourself over with five clips of the Season 4 premiere and — for those of you really looking for scoop — a season-long preview ...
When a man loves a woman... he proposes to her on a talk show.
America's Got Talent winner Michael Grimm proposed to his girlfriend of three years, Lucy Zolcerova, during a taping of The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
"She's been there for me," Grimm told DeGeneres on the show, taped Thursday for airing Friday. "Once you find ...
Wendy Jo Desmidt-Kohlhoff
The speculation began as soon as NFL legend Jimmy Johnson joined Survivor: Nicaragua: Wouldn't his fame make him a target? In the first episode, things didn't work out exactly as viewers might have expected. Instead of hurting him, Johnson's fame helped break the ice among his teammates — except the one who didn't know recognize him. Wendy DeSmidt-Kohlhoff, a 48-year-old goat rancher, says her lack of awareness may have cost her — and contributed to her being sent home...
Oh, brother! There's nothing like a famous sibling rivalry to give an early game between the Indianapolis Colts and the New York Giants the sizzle of the postseason. Four years after big brother Peyton and the Colts outgunned Eli and the Giants it's Manning Bowl II on Sunday Night Football (Sept. 19, 8:15pm/7:15c, NBC).
In this era of nonstop TV, where the seasons blur together with nary a break, finales cluttered this week's TV landscape while we count the days for the official fall TV season to begin. So as our lead topic, some fond and not-so-fond farewells.
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Starting with TNT's Emmy-winning The Closer, a humdinger of a showdown between Brenda and a sarin gas-bomb-toting psychopath (Matthew Glave, well played), taking revenge on the police and fire squads who'd rejected him. His manifesto ...
Lucas Cruikshank says there's a lot more to his alter ego Fred Figglehorn than screaming temper tantrums.
"Well... if you can get past the voice," Cruikshank says.
For the unfamiliar, Fred is a tyrannical 6-year-old video blogger with the voice of Alvin the Chipmunk and the body of a teen. He's also one of YouTube's biggest stars.