Damon Lindelof, Superman
Superman hit the big 900 on Wednesday. Action Comics, the signature title that launched the Man of Steel's career in 1938, released its 900th consecutive issue this week, the first comic to reach that milestone. To commemorate the event, publisher DC Comics recruited an all-star squadron of writers to contribute to the issue, including Richard Donner (director of Superman: The Movie) David Goyer (cowriter of Batman Begins), Paul Dini (writer/producer of Superman: The Animated Series) and Lost exec producer Damon Lindelof. Lindeolf's story, "Life Support," is set on Krypton in the days before the planet exploded, as scientist Jor-El is planning to send his son Kal-El (the future Superman) to Earth in a rocket ship. TV Guide Magazine emailed Lindelof, who previously wrote Marvel Comics' Ultimate Wolverine vs. Hulk, a few questions about this super assignment...
This time, there were no tears. No near collapse. No doctor escorting him off the set. This time, Casey Abrams said goodbye to American Idol with an exuberant performance and — when the cameras stopped rolling — an unexpected speech...
Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora has checked into rehab, but it will not affect the band's upcoming North American and European tour.
"Our support for Richie is absolute. He is, and will remain, a member of Bon Jovi. Although he will be absent from ...
Prince William and Kate Middleton
The Royal Wedding went off without a hitch as Prince William and Kate Middleton exchanged their "I do's" at London's Westminster Abbey.
The Queen released a statement announcing that His Royal Highness Prince William had earned the additional titles Duke of Cambridge, Earl of Strathearn and Baron Carrickfergus. Middleton will be known as Her Royal Highness, the Duchess of Cambridge.
Kathy Griffin to roast royal wedding for TV Guide Network
Switched at Birth
Ever wish you could be in someone else's shoes? What if you really were ... or at least in someone else's family? That's the question that two girls must answer in ABC Family's new drama Switched at Birth.
ABC Family announces summer programming
We've got the first-look photo of the series, which tells the story of two girls who discover they accidentally ended up with the wrong family as newborns. Bay Kennish, played by Vanessa Marano, grew up in a wealthy well-rounded family. Daphne Vasquez, played by Katie Leclerc, lost her hearing at an early age and grew up in a working-class neighborhood with her single mother. After learning of the mistake, the two very different families must learn to live together for the sake of their girls. Constance Marie, D. W. Moffett, Lea Thompson and Lucas Grabeel also star.
Michael Scott's final day on The Office, was very, well, un-Michael Scott-like: There was no over-the-top celebration, there was no huge tearful final speech, and Dunder Mifflin's employees had few distractions from getting their work done. Nevertheless, it was a fitting farewell for a character ready to move on to the next chapter of his life.
Because goodbyes are sometimes a "b----", as Jim said, Michael (Steve Carell) decided to forgo his own going away party and secretly leave a day early for Colorado. (Very unlike Michael considering he quit Dunder Mifflin altogether because Charles canceled Michael's 15th anniversary party.)
From Prison Mike to (almost) married man: The evolution of The Office's Michael Scott
But while there was no cake or karaoke, there were plenty of...
Matt Davis and Ian Somerhalder
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from this week's episode of Vampire Diaries.]
We promise, it's going to be all right — maybe.
Thursday's episode of Vampire Diaries was a kick to the gut, thanks to Damon's decision to...