Judith Ivey, Denis Arndt
Hmm...what's going on over at Grey's Anatomy that has loved ones flying to Seattle this May? A baptism? A wedding? Or possibly a funeral?
The ABC series has just cast Judith Ivey (Designing Women, Big Love) and David E. Kelley favorite Denis Arndt (Picket Fences, The Practice) as Barbara and Col. Robbins, parents to...
Charlie Sheen, Chuck Lorre
Charlie Sheen has filed a $100 million lawsuit again production studio Warner Bros. and series executive producer Chuck Lorre, Reuters reports.
In the suit, Sheen claims he was fired from Two and a Half Men because he criticized the show's producers. The 45-year-old actor filed suit Thursday in Los Angeles Superior Court on behalf of himself, the cast and...
If timing is everything, then American Idol's Pia Toscano has a great internal clock. She wowed the studio audience — again — with her powerful vocals Wednesday night, singing Celine Dion's "All By Myself." "She's totally gonna win this thing," said someone in the crowd.
But it was last week's rendition of "I'll Stand By You" that really put the Howard Beach, New York native on the map. She received the first...
Lucky 13? Maybe not so much, Randy.
Last night, American Idol's Top 13 took the stage for their first performance show and, well, let's just say not all wannabes are created equal. Some were good, some were grisly, but only a handful were great. And of them, the most memorable was easily Casey Abrams.
Taking on Joe Cocker's "With a Little Help from My Friends," the fuzzy goofball with the passing resemblance to...
With the contestants whittled down to the final 13, American Idol cast its long ratings shadow, averaging 24.2 million viewers.
Wednesday's two-hour show on Fox put up an 8 rating among 18-to-49-year-olds, the industry's advertiser-coveted demo — 36 percent more than the other four networks combined. And it was even up compared with last year's equivalent show, which drew 23.5 million.
It wasn't Carla Hall's day in the first round of the Top Chef: All Stars finals. First, her burner went awry during the Quickfire. Then, after a real fire, she chose to deep-fry her pork tenderloin, which didn't cook all the way through, thanks to more malfunctioning equipment, leading to her elimination. "I do think [we should get the best equipment in the finals]," Carla tells TVGuide.com. "I think that it's great to see us running around and get to the finale, but I think in these rounds that hopefully we would have everything that we need to make a great meal." See what else the Season 5 alum has to say about her undercooked and overly sweet dish, why she didn't do a new dish, and why we didn't hear any "hootie-hoo"s this season.
The third time was not the charm for Survivor legend Russell Hantz. After making it to the final Tribal Council back-to-back in Samoa and Heroes vs. Villains, the 38-year-old oil tycoon failed to last until the merge, let alone the jury vote, and was voted out by his all-too-suspicious Zapatera tribemates in just the third episode of Redemption Island. Die-hard series fans thought Russell would have the perseverance to beat Matt Elrod in the final duel, but his dominos fell short and one of the game's most notorious players left on a surprisingly emotional note.
Russell talked with TVGuide.com about his teary send-off, why he's still no fan "Boston Rob" Mariano and why he felt like John Gotti on the island. Plus: He discusses those "completely false" reports that he leaked show spoilers...