Jeers to Nurse Jackie for its ill-conceived third season.
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We still love Emmy winner (and Tony nominee!) Edie Falco, but frankly we're starting to get a little sick of her Showtime dramedy. Maybe it's because the show never goes away long enough for us to miss it — we became accustomed to the long waits between seasons of The Sopranos, but every time we turn around, Jackie checks back in for another round...
Jesse James says it's time to focus on himself and not on Sandra Bullock.
"I can't worry about her anymore," James tells ABC News in an interview to air on Wednesday's Nightline. "I've spent a good chunk of the last five or six years worrying only about her and what she thinks and what I should do and controlling all my movements. I think it's time to worry about Jesse and making sure Jesse's happy."
Which celebrity breakup shocked you the most?
Did it feel as though The Voice used the majority of its wow factor in last week's premiere? A little. To these ears, it took a good 40 minutes before some real talent hit that stage. And it sure felt like the coaches were hitting their buttons, more often than not, out of curiosity rather than excitement this time. Someone who dares sing "Hey, Soul Sister"? A girl duo? Sure, let's see!
Post-show thoughts on The Voice premiere: The 5 big ways it's different from American Idol
In any case, the blind audition rounds are over, and each coach has a roster of eight. What's peculiar is how they chose the eight. About 20 minutes before the end, Carson announced that only Cee Lo had managed to fill his team. In other words, the show ran out of contestants! Were there auditions viewers didn't see, or did producers really only choose a few dozen singers in the hopes that every single one would be snapped up by the four judges?
Breaking In, Odette Annable
What do you get when you mix Goonies fandom, a Xena: Warrior Princess costume, Avatar blue paint and 130,000 plus comic book convention attendees together?
"The geekiest episode so far" of Breaking In, star Odette Annable tells TVGuide.com.
On Wednesday's episode, airing at 9:30/8:30c on Fox, the Contra Security team travels to...
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
When Law & Order: SVU showrunner Neal Baer began developing a character that would be a master manipulator who prodigiously procreates, he wrote the role with John Stamos in mind — even though that goes against type for the veteran actor.
"We wanted someone completely charming, affable, very handsome, had a way with women, that people could really connect to," Baer said in a recent conference call. "We wanted someone who is very appealing because these guys are often very appealing guys. We wrote it with [Stamos] in mind hoping he would do it."
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What can you tell me about the death in the Hawaii Five-0 finale? — Alan
ADAM: I can tell you that McGarrett may not be blameless in the demise. It seems his single-mindedness about catching Wo Fat may put his team members at risk. "McGarrett is a guy who goes to extremes," executive producer Peter Lenkov tells us. "I think he's going to go further than he's gone all season and he's going to be very reckless."
Any scoop on Modern Family? — Jason
NATALIE: Guess who's getting Botox? (No, not...