Mel and Mike
Amazing Race: Unfinished Business got down, dirty and cold in Japan this week — so cold that Season 14 alums Mel and Mike White opted for medical attention during the frog-searching mud pit Detour, which ultimately booked them a trip home. "It was such a tough race. They wanted to make it tough because we had all experienced it already," Mel tells TVGuide.com. "It was too tough for me." Still, the 70-year-old writer says he and Mike — who is working on the upcoming HBO series Enlightened — have no regrets about throwing in the towel.
Marc Anthony will reprise his guest-starring Hawthorne role as a series regular, TNT announced Monday.
The Grammy-winning singer played police Detective Nick Renata in two episodes last season. His newly expanded role in the medical drama comes as nurse Christina Hawthorne (Jada Pinkett Smith) struggles with the news she's pregnant by her on-again-off-again flame, Dr. Tom Wakefield (Michael Vartan).
Charlie Sheen may have found a new business partner in billionaire Mark Cuban.
According to ESPN, the owner of NBA's Dallas Mavericks is talking with Sheen about developing a program for HDNet, which Cuban owns.
Jennifer Aniston is poking fun at today's marketing methods in her new YouTube video for SmartWater.
Aniston remarks that she can't just tell people how great her product is —she has to go viral, which apparently includes animals, dancing babies and double rainbow guy.
Larry King will host this year's Peabody Awards ceremony.
The oldest and most prestigious honor in electronic media, the Peabodys were established in 1940 and are administered by the University of Georgia's Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication.
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