The Nate Berkus Show is currently up for two Daytime Emmys — outstanding lifestyle program and lifestyle host — no small feat for a first-season series. But Berkus has even more to crow about. Following in the footsteps of his mentor, Oprah, the home-makeover whiz is turning movie mogul. And he's not starting small. Berkus is one of the executive producers of DreamWorks' hotly awaited August film The Help, based on Kathryn Stockett's bestseller about a secret sisterhood of women in 1960s Mississippi...
She said she'd only stick around a year and she damn well meant it. Emmy-winning diva Vanessa Marcil Giovinazzo will conclude her current run as Brenda on General Hospital the week of July 18. The star gave TV Guide Magazine the scoop on her exit, what she really thinks about the way Brenda's return was written and the likelihood of coming back. You'll be surprised which character VGM wants Brenda to bed next!...
Who said that soap operas are dead?
Sure, maybe Katie Couric's new talk show will be the final nail for General Hospital, and yeah, the rest of ABC's daytime slate has a shorter shelf life than a week-old gallon of milk. But there are still soapy stories out there to be told... you just have to know where to look for them. Like the cable news networks. Or Anthony Weiner's boxer briefs...
Jeers to The Bachelorette's Bentley and William for making Rep. Anthony Weiner look like a stand-up guy...
Simon Cowell and Cheryl Cole
Simon Cowell says he tried to keep Cheryl Cole on both versions of The X Factor and that he takes "full responsibility" for the drama surrounding her exits from the shows.
Denying reports that Cole was axed because of her thick Newcastle, England, accent, and that she didn't jibe with Paula Abdul on the judges' panel, Cowell said he thought Cole would be happier back home in England on the original X Factor.
The X Factor: Cheryl Cole out, Nicole Scherzinger in
"She was good on the American show. I personally thought she was missing her family and friends. She just looked a little bit, I wouldn't say uncomfortable, but just not ...
Compared to his Donald Trump pizza rant last week, Jon Stewart's Daily Show skewering of New York Rep. Anthony Weiner was downright tame — that's because the comedian had no idea what to say about his old friend's sex scandal.
"I don't know what to do anymore! It's killing me," Stewart said on Monday's Daily Show, hours after Weiner admitted to sending lewd photos of himself to women on Twitter. Stewart had previously said he was torn over cracking jokes at Weiner's expense because they had been friends for more than 20 years.
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"Perhaps the most upsetting thing about ...
Scotsman Craig Ferguson is heading back across the pond — but this time he's bringing his late night show with him!
On Monday night, Ferguson announced that the Late Late Show crew will pack their bags for Paris, France next week to tape a week's worth of shows, which will then be broadcast in the States this...
Christopher Gorham, Covert Affairs
"Don't mess with a winning formula," is Covert Affairs' motto.
Last summer's breakout hit returns for Season 2 on Tuesday (10/9c, USA) with a serious case of déjà vu — in a very good way, Christopher Gorham assures.
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"What everybody should know about the second season is that we've taken all of the things that really worked last season and turned them up a notch. It's the same show, but a little better," Gorham tells TVGuide.com. "We didn't feel like there was ...