HBO is teasing its upcoming horse-racing drama Luck with the in-production trailer below. In addition to scenes from the forthcoming show starring Dustin Hoffman and Nick Nolte, executive producer/director Michael Mann and executive producer/writer David Milch (Deadwood) discuss what to expect from the series...
Former American Idol judge and songwriter Kara DioGuardi's memoir, A Helluva High Note: Surviving Love, Life and American Idol (out April 26), reveals its author as a survivor of sexual trauma, according to E! Online. Among abuse experiences are...
Parenthood, Dax Shepard and Joy Bryant
Forgive him or forget him? That's the dilemma Joy Bryant's Jasmine has been wrestling with since her (now former) fiancé had a one-night stand on Parenthood (10/9c, NBC). In recent weeks, Crosby (Dax Shepard) has been pulling out all the stops in his campaign to...
Glee, Jessalyn Gilsig
When Glee mania exploded last season, Jessalyn Gilsig was shut out of the celebration. Gilsig's manipulative Terri Schuester was so reviled by fans that the show writers quickly wrapped the conniving character's fake pregnancy story line and sent her packing. There was talk of rebound romance...
When Glee returns, Cheerios coach Sue Sylvester may reach her diabolical peak. In Tuesday's new episode (8/7c on Fox), she'll form A League of Doom. The members? Will's ex-wife Terri, former McKinley High glee club director Sandy Ryerson and Vocal Adrenaline coach Dustin Goolsby. Together, can they topple New Directions? The truth is Sue — who is so hardcore evil she grinds beef bones into her smoothies, advocates caning and littering and is missing a uterus — has been doing a bang-up job on her own for the past two years.
But don't take our word for it. In honor of her unyielding quest to destroy Will Schuester and the glee club, here's every rotten thing she's done to them in chronological order:
AJ Michalka, Aly Michalka
Although Hellcats' Marty (Aly Michalka) has been searching for information about her father, when the series returns on Tuesday, she'll get more than she bargained for: a sister.
And who better to play star 's on-screen sis than her real-life sibling AJ Michalka. "It was kind of a no-brainer, you would think, [but] you don't see siblings play siblings ever," AJ tells TVGuide.com.
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One Tree Hill star Austin Nichols has always wanted to give directing a try, and once he got the chance, he quickly realized that all of his preparation didn't really matter much.
"I've watched directors since my very first day of acting because I knew I wanted to direct," he tells TVGuide.com. "I painstakingly paid attention to every move and every word. But I was really struck by the fact that once I actually stood in the shoes of a director and I was directing, [those] observations seemed absolutely useless."
One Tree Hill will have another time jump in season finale
Nichols, who says he planted the idea in the producers' minds by just showing up to production meetings, initially wasn't thrilled with the episode he was assigned...