Dancing with the Stars
An envelope containing a threatening letter filled with white powder was sent to the Dancing with the Stars offices on Friday evening, according to The Associated Press.
Dancing's Maks "disappointed in a lot of things"
The letter was delivered to the Dancing production offices located on the CBS lot in Los Angeles. The Los Angeles Fire Department and Police Department were notified, and the building was evacuated.
After initial testing, the white substance was determined to be...
Jake Gyllenhaal, Jimmy Fallon
To celebrate the premiere of TLC Sarah Palin's Alaska, Jimmy Fallon wrote a song about the former Alaskan Governor.
Jake Gyllenhaal joined the Late Night host to perform the ridiculously outrageous musical number, "Gonna Eat That Talkin' Sandwich: The Sarah Palin Song." (Why a talkin' sandwich? Because, for whatever reason, TLC reminds Fallon of a BLT sandwich.)
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Saturday Night Live
Saturday Night Live
Hot off the heels of last week's host, Scarlett Johansson, comes another solid film actress taking on hosting duties. Anne Hathaway, a player in 2005's Brokeback Mountain, 2006's The Devil Wears Prada and the upcoming Love and Other Drugs, presides over tonight's lampooning bits and skits. She welcomes musical guest Florence and the Machine, Brit-based alt-rock practitioners headed by vocalist Florence Welch and orchestrators of the 2009 CD Lungs. — Dean Maurer
Read on for previews of College Football, The Night Before the Night Before Christmas, America's Most Wanted, Great Migrations, Suze Orman Show and Crossroads.
Julia Stiles and Michael C. Hall
Dexter's struggle to deal with Rita's death will come to a head in the final four episodes of Dexter, executive producer Sara Colleton tells TVGuide.com
So far this season, he has been working through his guilt by helping Lumen [Julia Stiles]. He's believed that if he can avenge the wrongs done to her, he might be able to figure out whether he can atone for his part in Rita's death, Colleton says. "All of that will be converging, along with a lot of jeopardy that no one could've anticipated, not even Dexter."
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And while the producers don't feel pressure to top last season's shocking finale, Colleton says they want to make sure all of this season's puzzle pieces come together in a satisfying way. Here are four things you should know heading in to the Season 5 finale:
Ace of Cakes
Food Network reality series Ace of Cakes will air its final season next year, the cable channel announced Friday.
"All good things must come to an end, and the final season of Ace of Cakes will begin on-air in January," Food Network General Manger Bob Tuschman said in a statement. The upcoming season will be the show's tenth and will reportedly feature the construction of a large-scale Delorean time machine cake created especially for a Back to the Future 25th anniversary event.
Fox has picked up the Christian Slater comedy Breaking In for midseason, Deadline reports.
The network has ordered seven episodes of the single-camera workplace comedy, which is set...
OK, how much do we love Broyles?
Whether he's the tight t-shirted one on the other side, or our homeland version, Lance Reddick's federal agant is just awesome. So God bless the Fringe writers for realizing that and giving us a real "pot Broyler" (to borrow the term from a Twitter pal) last night.
In another cool trip to the alt-verse, we got more backstory on their Broyles after the sicko who stole his son a few years back struck again...
John Larroquette and Gary Sinise, CSI: NY
Appearances are often deceiving on television.
Emmy winner John Larroquette, who wraps his three-episode CSI:NY arc Friday, says the same is definitely true for his character. Larroquette plays Manhattan Chief of Detectives Ted Carver, who first butted heads with Mac Taylor (Gary Sinise) over how to handle the media during a sniper case.
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Last week, Mac's team found the body of Carver's sister buried in Central Park, and Mac began to suspect that Carver is somehow connected to the 15-year-old case. Larroquette admits that his character is not blameless, but advises that viewers wait to make up their minds.
"As much as it points toward him being [the villain], that opinion may be altered by the end of the episode," Larroquette says...