Larry David, Stephen Moyer and Anna Paquin
Meg Ryan and Christian Slater will be among the A-list guest stars on Curb Your Enthusiasm's fall season. In other HBO news, True Blood, Entourage and Hung will all be back next summer.
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Curb, which last saw the light of day nearly two years ago, returns for a seventh season on Sunday, Sept. 20 at 9/8c, the network announced at the fall TV previews in Los Angeles. In addition to the previously announced...
Jillian Harris and Casey
Strange invitations abounded this week, from "Would you like to date Michael Jackson?" to "Want to drink beers and talk about racial profiling?" Still, at least one proposal has worked out great — at least so far. Welcome to Top Moments, Indecent Proposal Edition.
See our picks after the jump.
The Bachelorette, Kiptyn and Reid
Jillian may have made up her mind, but TVGuide.com readers are torn between Bachelorette rejects Kiptyn Locke and Reid Rosenthal.
In a poll that asked users who they thought should be the next Bachelor, Kiptyn and Reid both nabbed 38 percent of the more than 3,000 votes cast. (Interestingly, in a poll launched before the final rose, the majority wanted...
Deborah Rowe, Katherine Jackson
Michael Jackson's mother, Katherine, has drafted an agreement with Deborah Rowe that designates Jackson as the guardian of the pop legend's three children and allows Rowe visitation rights with the older two children.
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The agreement, which will be presented to a Los Angeles superior court for approval Aug. 3, allows Rowe to visit with the two older children, to whom she gave birth while married to Michael Jackson. The time and frequency of the visits will be determined by a child psychologist hired jointly by Katherine Jackson and Rowe.
Neither party sought ...
You don't have to wait until the next incarnation of The Bachelor to see Chris Harrison on your TV again. The host/matchmaker has paired with Dancing with the Stars judge Carrie Ann Inaba to anchor TV Guide Network's red carpet coverage, starting with September's Emmy Awards. "What most people don't know is that this goes back to my true passion — live TV," Harrison, who also hosts Hollywood 411, tells TVGuide.com. "I started there as a local sportscaster in Oklahoma City and that will always be my love. It's kind of what I live for." But how does red-carpet coverage compare to his Bachelor/ette duties? Find out, and see what Harrison has to say about the Bachelorette finale and why a Friend should be the next Bachelor.
Kiptyn and Reid, The Bachelorette
Becoming the runners-up on The Bachelorette made Kiptyn Locke and Reid Rosenthal the most obvious front-runners to be the next Bachelor - but which would you prefer?
Neither one is set on the idea, but neither is ruling it out, either.
"It's something I'd think about," Kiptyn told reporters, while Reid was a little bit more hesitant: "I have been thinking about it and I'm not sure yet."
CNN's Wolf Blitzer
CNN may be losing ground in the battle for cable news ratings, but the network's cross-platform reach is second to none.
That was the message CNN president Jon Klein put forth Wednesday at Turner Broadcasting's three-hour panel during the Television Critics Association press tour, according to TheWrap.com. When factoring in broadband traffic, 117.2 million tune into CNN weekly via one platform or another, according to Nielsen.
When measured by the same criteria, MSNBC is CNN's closest competitor with 99.4 million users each week. Fox News ranks third in cross-platform reach with 98.2 million users, though it still dominates CNN among traditional TV ratings. Even so, Klein said his network ...
Michael Nouri is going from playing the director of Mossad on NCIS to a two-star general on Army Wives, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Nouri will appear in the final two episodes of the third season of the Lifetime series, which airs Sundays at 10/9 CT. His character, Lt. General Walter Ludwig, will visit Fort Marshall to deliver some unexpected news to ...
Given The Bachelorette's terrible track record for bringing couples together long-term, why would Jillian Harris and her new beau, Ed Swiderski, rush to move in together?
"Why not? We are madly in love, we love being together, our relationship is easiest when we're together," Harris told TVGuide.com. "It's just the most simple answer: We're so excited to be together."
The two announced during The Bachelorette: After the Final Rose that Harris will move into Swiderski's Chicago apartment in September. They plan to wed within a year.
The couple has overcome some hurdles, including Swiderski's initial inability to, uh, take things to a physical level in the Fantasy Suite. Swiderski said he was...