G4's Alison Haislip has a new show to attack: The self-professed "bad ass tech geek" will serve as the backstage online and social media host for NBC's new talent contest The Voice.
Haislip will juggle her day job on G4's Attack of the Show in order to bring some social media cred to The Voice. Not only will she be the online face to the show (a tech counterpart to series host Carson Daly), but she'll be occasionally be seen on The Voice, stationed off stage (in "The V-Room") to chat with the show's contestants and coaches via Twitter, Facebook and the show's website. NBC was set to launch ...
The Big Bang Theory
One of The Big Bang Theory guys will pop the question April 7, and "the couple will probably eventually get married," says exec producer Bill Prady, who confirms the betrothed will be one of these couples:
Legendary songstress Dionne Warwick taught us what friends were for in the in the 1980's, but on this season of Celebrity Apprentice, the confrontational 70-year-old did not make any friends of her own. TV Guide Magazine caught up with Warwick to discuss working with her teammates and her why ...
Holt McCallany and Catherine McCormack
Send questions to firstname.lastname@example.org and follow me on Twitter!
Question: I was saddened to learn of the cancellation of Lights Out. It has been a great show with great performances. If I had any complaint about this outstanding series, it would be that there could have been more boxing, especially early on in the series. Do you think that was a contributing factor, or is it just another case of a good show not finding its audience in a competitive time slot? This has also made me concerned about my favorite prime-time sitcom, Archer. The writing and voice acting are insanely brilliant. (For me, I rate it a hair above Community.) Do you think it will come back for a third season? Will we need to let slip the ...
Jeers to Californication for letting Hank Moody get off—so to speak.
Want more Cheers & Jeers? Subscribe to TV Guide Magazine.
The fourth-season finale of Showtime's smut-com (which, despite its flaccid ratings, has inexplicably been picked up for Year 5) opened ...
If babies bring joy, alt-babies bring oy, as we learned last Friday night on Fringe when Fauxlivia birthed the son she conceived while playing mata hari (and way more than footise) over in this world with Peter last winter. Blessed event? More like "god help us."
After being abducted and subjected to some crazy alt-world gizmo, the dark-haired Dunham's fetus grew faster than you could say "shades of the original V's Starchild." Next thing you know, we're getting nightmare-inducing shots of the kid practically karate-chopping his way out of her belly until —boom! —the speedy-delivery arrival of what is sure to be a bundle of trouble for Fauxlivia, baby-daddy Peter, his current bedmate Olivia, and, really, the entire world...
Get ready, Clark Kent, there's a new golden boy in town. On April 22, Smallville introduces Booster Gold, "a glory-seeking showboat from the future," says Days of Our Lives star Eric Martsolf, who plays the DC Comics cult favorite. "The episode takes place in Booster's very early stages where he's at his conceited best, where he believes he can do whatever he wants. He's gonna stay for the photo op and bask in the glory of his heroic efforts."
Booster's behavior shocks Clark ...
Thousands of singing hopefuls braved the harsh weather to attend the very first US auditions for Simon Cowell's new talent show The X Factor at the L.A. Sports Arena. The estimated crowd of 18,000 was so vast, it even caught executive producer Rob Wade off guard.
"I mean, look at this!" an excited Wade told TV Guide Magazine, at 6:30am on March 27, while pointing at the crowds that were gleefully cheering for the cameras despite the steady drizzle. "We thought around five thousand [would show up]. It could have been two. So I'm really, really happy."
With a multi-million dollar contract at stake, the producers expected the level of talent to be high...