Andrew Lincoln, The Walking Dead
As The Walking Dead's short but highly celebrated first season comes to a close, series star Andrew Lincoln still can't quite wrap his head around the massive success of the AMC zombie drama.
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"I don't think any of us expected this. In our best-possible-case scenarios, this isn't even close," the British actor tells TVGuide.com with a laugh. "It feels really unprecedented because the response has been so positive and affectionate. It's amazing. When you make something, you just hope that people will get why you wanted to do it or what you got from the script. But I don't think I've ever felt such an extraordinary reaction [where viewers] got what we intended to make. It feels great."
As Sheriff's Deputy Rick Grimes, Lincoln is both the leader of the show's ensemble and the misfit band of survivors who have banded together after the zombie apocalypse...
Robert De Niro
During his hosting gig on Saturday Night Live, two-time Oscar winner Robert De Niro got laughs by dressing in drag and grinding with Diddy. In the sketch, De Niro plays the mother of up-and-coming "rapper" known as ...
Dane Cook's half brother and sister-in-law were ordered by the Massachusetts attorney general's office to repay the comedian $12 million after they pleaded guilty to stealing from him, according to ABC News.
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The crime-fighting series, now in its ninth season, celebrates its 200th episode with an hour titled, appropriately enough, "Happy Birthday." Horatio, who last week showed his contempt for anyone who harms a woman by tossing an abusive suspect through a window, is again incensed when a pregnant woman is severely beaten and left for dead after her car is smashed into by another vehicle. Of course, it was no accident. The woman was targeted. But why? Don't worry, H is on the case. — Tim Holland
Read on for previews of The Simpsons, Boardwalk Empire, Sunday Night Football, VH1 Divas Salute the Troops, The Hasselhoffs and The Walking Dead.
There are zero degrees of separation between Kevin Bacon and his super-fan.
Why? It turns out his biggest fan is... himself.
In a tongue-in-cheek ad for Google TV-powered Logitech Revue, Bacon sports a pot belly ...
Saturday Night Live
Saturday Night Live
Three new December shows kick off tonight with host Robert De Niro. (Paul Rudd holds court next week and Jeff Bridges hosts the Dec. 18 episode.) But first we zero in on De Niro, recognized as one of his generation's finest actors. The two-time Oscar winner (for 1974's The Godfather: Part II and 1980's Raging Bull) who was also nominated four other times will next be seen in Little Fockers, which is slated for release on Dec. 22. Meanwhile, taking the music stage is Diddy-Dirty Money, an electro-hip-hop threesome comprised of Sean "Diddy" Combs, Kalenna Harper and Dawn Richard. The group is poised to drop the CD Last Train to Paris on Dec. 14. — Dean Maurer
Read on for previews of Giada's Family Christmas, the Big 12 Football Championship, Farewell Mr. Kringle, Losing Lennon — Countdown to Murder, Engineering the Impossible and Invasion of the Christmas Lights 2.