Though the Cleavers, Bradys and Sopranos have all left us, the small screen is still filled with fun and interesting families: the cops on Blue Bloods, the wacky but warm-hearted Chances from Raising Hope, the Dunphy household of Modern Family, and even — 22-seasons-old and still going strong — television's first animated clan, the Simpsons. Out of all these, which TV family would you most want to be a part of? Sound off in our poll!
Ana Gasteyer is trying her very best to be scary.
On the set of Chuck last month, she has her hair tied back tightly in a bun and is sporting multiple scars on her face and neck. But the Saturday Night Live alum still has her funny bone intact.
"Theoretically, I've been through a lot. My personal character journal would reflect...
Trevor Donovan in 90210
90210's Teddy may not be ready to come out of the closet yet, but Trevor Donovan is more than ready to open up about his character's journey, which takes another interesting turn tonight (8/7c, The CW) at a beach-club event. ...
He used to be so good at this spy thing. Timothy Dalton spoofs his past as 007 when he joins Chuck (Monday, 8/7c, NBC) as Gregory Tuttle, a handler of secret agents at MI-6 who holds vital intel on the long-missing Mom Bartowski (Linda Hamilton). The sad truth: Tuttle himself is ...
While this fall's other new shows are predictably populated by hard-bodied lawyers, cops and teenagers, executive producer Chuck Lorre (The Big Bang Theory) broke the mold with Mike & Molly — a sitcom featuring shockingly normal-seeming people. With charming one-liners replacing six-pack abs, stand-up comic Billy Gardell and Gilmore Girls alum Melissa McCarthy not only look like average Americans, but their honest, vulnerable romance somehow makes even fat jokes feel warm and cuddly. ...
If you think Stana Katic is right on target playing Det. Kate Beckett, you should see her off duty. "I love, love, love archery," the actress enthuses over her lunch break on the set of ABC's Castle one October afternoon. "I took to it really quickly. There's just something fantastic about the moment of release when ...
C'mon, you've all been thinking the same thing. How the hell does she go to the bathroom? Days of Our Lives' Vivian Alamain — played to madcap brilliance by Louise Sorel — is finally rescued from that sarcophagus this Friday (November 5) where she's been trapped for weeks without food, water or a loo. (You can play, too! Check out the Vivian's Escape game at nbc.com.) But get this: Before Vivian makes a break for it, she puts her arch-rival Maggie (Suzanne Rogers) in the sarcophagus instead! TV Guide Magazine fired some burning questions at Sorel, who seems just as mystified about this kooky plot as we are! ...