On No Reservations' mid-season finale, snarky world traveler Anthony Bourdain visits Japan's island of Hokkaido. Having filmed the episode prior to March's deadly earthquake, the host hopes to share with audiences "a sense of what we've lost and what's probably been changed forever."
On CBS' Criminal Minds, FBI agent Jennifer "JJ" Jareau (A.J. Cook) doesn't always see the victims in her cases get happy endings. But in real life, she seems to have found one. After being let go from the show at the end of last season, reportedly as a cost-cutting measure, Cook just signed a deal to return to the series. She talked with TV Guide Magazine about her comeback.
When I last saw Josh Holloway in Hawaii during the final months of Lost, he was a proud new dad excited about the possibility of becoming a movie star. Well, mission accomplished! On December 16, Josh will appear with Tom Cruise in Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol as Impossible Missions Force Secret Agent Hanaway.
Tom Welling and Erica Durance
The May 13 series finale of Smallville promises major changes for Clark Kent, and not just his transformation into Superman. As seen in this exclusive photo, Clark (Tom Welling) and Lois Lane (Erica Durance) head to the chapel — but there's drama along the way. "It's a very, very long walk down that aisle," teases executive producer Kelly Souders. "There are some good moments, some heart-wrenching moments and some surprising moments at their wedding."
Tick, tock. Tick, tock...
Now that Walternate's doomsday machine was activated last Friday night, the countdown is on and in two weeks, we'll be seeing whether our universe or the alt-world makes it out of Fringe's third season alive. Then again, who knows? Walter and company are pretty crafty, so maybe both will be OK. Or maybe the worlds will merge. One thing we do know for sure is that we should expect at least one fatality. 'Cause that's how finales roll, you know?
Rob Kazinsky is leaving The Hobbit for unspecified personal reasons.
Director Peter Jackson confirmed Sunday on Facebook that Kazinsky, who was cast as the dwarf Fili, has exited the two-part adaptation, but he insisted that production would not be affected.
Peter Jackson released from hospital after surgery
"Rob has been terrific to work with and his enthusiasm and infectious sense of humour ...
Emma Watson will transfer from Brown University to another school in the fall, The Associated Press reports.
Watson's rep, Vanessa Davies, denied reports that the Harry Potter star was bullied out of Brown, but said that Watson has decided ...
The Nine Lives of Chloe King
Chloe King may look like your average teenager, but there's nothing ordinary about her.
As ABC Family prepares to launch their latest series The Nine Lives of Chloe King, TVGuide.com has the exclusive first look.
The one-hour drama focuses on a girl who begins developing heightened abilities on her birthday and realizes she's being pursued by a mysterious person. Chloe (The Gates' Skyler Samuels) soon discovers she's part of an ancient race that has been hunted by human assassins, and she may be their only hope for survival. In this recently released photo, Chloe looks like saving the world ain't so bad.
Max Adler plays closeted bully Karofsky on Glee, but the actor has a very un-Karofsky-like way of blowing off steam during his downtime on set: He's brainstorming an Oprah Winfrey musical with co-star Chris Colfer.
"I told him I had just been to Vegas to see O, the show at the Bellagio," Adler tells TVGuide.com. "He said that every time he hears about O, he thinks it's some Oprah Winfrey musical. So we started joking about co-writing an Oprah musical — what songs would be in, what the themes would be. We were doing that in between these intense scenes. It's a great way to relieve all the tension and stress."