DVD rental company Netflix is diving into original programming with the new Kevin Spacey series House of Cards, Deadline reports.
Netflix outbid networks including HBO and AMC for the series by committing to two seasons (26 episodes) upfront. Aside from mail-in DVDs, Netflix currently streams entire seasons of...
With her series role on Big Love coming to a close, Chloe Sevigny has already set her sights on her next HBO project, Deadline reports.
She is set to headline the miniseries Lizzie Borden, based on the life of the New England woman who in 1893 was acquitted of killing her...
One day after being fired as the voice of Aflac's mascot, Gilbert Gottfried issued an apology for making offensive jokes about the recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan that has claimed hundreds of lives.
"I sincerely apologize to anyone who was offended by my attempt at humor regarding...
Emily Maynard and Brad Womack
The Bachelor engaged the most viewers during its finale.
Monday night's two-hour culmination of Brad Womack's search for a wife averaged 13.8 million viewers — with 14.9 million watching the end. The show was a steady ratings performer during its 15th season and hit season highs with the finale. However, the season-ender declined 15 percent against last year's conclusion in the advertiser-coveted 18-to-49 demographic, earning a 4.5 rating.
Castle, Brendan Hines
What happens when a mystery writer has his muse stolen by his protégé? If the writer is the title character of ABC's Castle, the answer is simple: It gets combative.
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TVGuide.com has learned exclusively that Lie to Me star Brendan Hines has been tapped to play Alex Conrad, a first-time mystery writer who owes some of his debut novel's success to a glowing review written by Castle (Nathan Fillion). When Castle invites Alex down to the precinct to play mentor, however, Alex becomes much more interested in what Beckett (Stana Katic) has to say about being a police detective...
Emily Maynard and Brad Womack
Although The Bachelor finale ended with a proposal, viewers later saw that life after reality show romance isn't all roses. Brad and Emily remain together, but with neither ready to move from home. Says host Chris Harrison: "It will be tough." But Harrison is also optimistic and tells TVGuide.com: "They're both two of the most stubborn human beings I've ever met [and] they both want it to work."
Scott Patterson and Sarah Roemer
Jeers to NBC for airing The Event despite troubling parallels to tragic real-life events.
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As news continued to break of a potential nuclear catastrophe in Japan, the network's ill-fated sci-fi series unveiled an episode that invoked containment domes, fallout zones and a possible meltdown at a nuclear power plant. It seems the aliens use uranium to create portals to bring in more of their own, which was the real reason behind the Chernobyl disaster (there was even a deformed alien survivor of the 1986 calamity in the Ukraine). President Martinez (Blair Underwood) juggled a visit from the Japanese prime minister with the decision to remove uranium rods from a nuclear facility ...
It's looking like Katie Couric's future will be in daytime TV. The CBS Evening News anchor, whose contract expires in June, is being courted by the syndication arms of both CBS and NBC Universal for a daily daytime talk show, according ...
"V" is for "vamping" — that's been the case for most of the life of ABC's re-imagined, if hardly re-energized, version of V. You know, the show where alien ships hover over Earth week after week, with nothing much happening as Evil Queen Anna coldly plots the destruction of humanity with all those pesky emotional souls while ...