February 13 was music's big night at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, so TV Guide Magazine took the opportunity to gather some hot scoop that just may be music to TV fans' ears at the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards.
Grey's Anatomy star Jesse Williams arrived at the Grammys excited to share his feelings about the show's upcoming musical episode. "It's really a moving and powerful episode and it's not a musical by any other terms that we've seen before," says Williams.
On this day of hearts and flowers, I'd really hoped to welcome TV's latest rom-com with something other than groans and daggers. But if you want bubbly this Valentine's Day, you're probably going to have to pop your own cork.
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Jeopardy! (Syndicated, check local tvguide.com listings, Monday-Wednesday)
We'll take "The Future Is Now" for $1 million, Alex. In a stunt that pits man against machine, TV's smartest quiz show challenges two of its most celebrated champs — Ken Jennings of the longest winning streak (74 games) and biggest money earner Brad Rutter ($3.2 million) — to go up against the IBM supercomputer known as "Watson" (and the subject of a recent PBS Nova documentary).
Real Housewives of Atlanta
In part one of The Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion, the ladies opened up about everything from prenups and liposuction (Cynthia Bailey and Kandi Burruss have both had it) to past relationship drama and race relations. Despite their candor, when the dust settled there were still many burning questions left about NeNe Leakes' husband, Kim Zolciak's assistant and whether NeNe and Phaedra Parks really knew each other before the show.
Here are the five we're still thinking about.
Lady Gaga loves making an entrance, but her red carpet arrival at the Grammys was distinguished by what wasn't seen — namely, Gaga herself. Instead, the mercurial singer was carried inside a semi-translucent egg down the carpet by a coterie of blank-eyed attendants. Inside, she appeared to be breathing using an oxygen mask.
Lady Antebellum topped Sunday's Grammy Awards, taking home five trophies, including record of the year for their crossover hit "Need You Now."
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The tune also won song of the year (a songwriter's award), country duo/group vocal, and country song. The group's album, Need You Now, was named best country album, but it lost album of the year to ...