John Goodman will join the cast of Community for a multi-episode arc in Season 3, TVGuide.com has learned.
Goodman, who's currently appearing as the villain on Damages, will play Vice Dean Laybourne, the head of Greendale's air conditioning repair school. He will appear in six episodes...
An autopsy performed on Amy Winehouse was initially inconclusive, The Associated Press reports.
Police told the news agency that more toxicology tests are necessary, and results will take two to four weeks.
Aaron Rodgers and Clay Matthews
The most-watched event on American television no longer is in jeopardy.
The National Football League and the players finally forged a deal after nearly five months of labor wrangling, both sides announced in a televised news conference Monday. So the Super Bowl — which this year was seen by 111 million viewers, making it the most-watched prime-time telecast in U.S. history — will be played Feb. 5 and televised by NBC, for which Sunday Night Football is a rare ratings winner.
TV Guide Network is developing a new series called Hollywood Moms' Club, which promises to give viewers a peek into the lives of hottest celebrity mothers.
Featuring Alison Sweeney and Ali Landry, Hollywood Moms' Club focuses on the two stars and their regular potluck dinners where they discuss being a working mom with their famous friends. Different guests will join Sweeney and Landry in each episode, beginning with Denise Richards.
Is this the end of Bill & Katie? Or just the end of Katie? On the August 1 episode of The Bold and the Beautiful, heroine Katie Spencer — played by three-time Emmy winner Heather Tom — will go into cardiac arrest when her hubby Bill (Don Diamont) says he wants to end their marriage to be with the young ...
After seven seasons, Brenda Strong just scored her first voice-over Emmy nomination for her role as narrator-from-the-grave Mary Alice Young. As part of the upcoming ...
The Good Wife
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Question: [From Twitter] I'm wondering if holding shows like Smash, Good Christian Belles, Awake, etc, to midseason might backfire. If the most promising shows don't debut until 2012, who's to say more viewers won't flee to cable between now and then? — Dennis
Matt Roush: A good and fair question, and one that I imagine may dog the networks as the TCA critics' tour gets underway over these next two weeks. I can't remember a season when the anticipation for midseason replacements has so upstaged the fall ...