What did Nolan Gould do on his hiatus from playing dim-witted Luke Dunphy on ABC's Emmy-winning sitcom Modern Family? Instead of taking the summer off, the soon-to-be 12-year-old (his birthday is October 28) kept busy with gigs in the upcoming Justin Timberlake film Friends With Benefits and this week's episode of Good Luck Charlie.
On the Disney Channel kid-com airing Sundays at 8:30/7:30c, Gould plays Zander...
Cheers to In Treatment for coaxing Debra Winger into therapy.
Want more Cheers & Jeers? Subscribe to TV Guide Magazine.
The Oscar-nominated Terms of Endearment costar has worked infrequently in recent years, which makes her the perfect choice to play a stage diva who's making a comeback after a long time out of the spotlight on the new season of Gabriel Byrne's HBO shrink-rap serial (starting October 25). Aside from a guest gig as a school principal on the final season of Law & Order and her role as the mother...
It's erotic, profane, ghastly violent and deeply disturbing — and that's just the first 20 pages! One Life to Live vet Michael Easton (John) has teamed with bestselling horror maestro Peter Straub to write the extraordinary graphic novel The Green Woman (DC Comics/Vertigo), which is out this month. Illustrated by comics god John Bolton, the book resurrects the notorious — and dead — serial killer Fee Bandolier last seen in Straub's popular Blue Rose Trilogy and pits him against a New York detective named Bob Steele...
Lindsay Lohan will go back to rehab — not jail — for a failed drug test.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Elden S. Fox ordered the actress to continue rehab at the Betty Ford Center until Jan. 3 at her probation violation hearing on Friday.
Prosecutor Danette Meyers recommended six months in jail, but Fox chose rehab after ...
Tom Selleck, Blue Bloods
On the eve of tonight's contentious Blue Bloods episode (10/9c, CBS), in which a terrorist threat finds the Reagan brood — a family of New York City cops and lawyers headed by Tom Selleck's patriarch, police chief Frank — at loggerheads over racial profiling, the TV icon sat down for a chat about his current and past alter egos...
The old news: Masterpiece Mystery! does Sherlock Holmes. The new and exciting news: You've never seen the fabled sleuth quite like this.
Want more Matt Roush? Subscribe to TV Guide Magazine now!
Sherlock, which premieres the first of three delightful 90-minute movies on PBS this Sunday (check local schedules), is the brainchild of Steven Moffat (perpetrator of the latest series of Doctor Who as well as an acclaimed updating of Jekyll several years ago) — and it's wonderful brain candy. The twist: This Sherlock is operating in the 21st century, and while he's still at 221B Baker Street, times have changed — although Holmes himself remains as prickly, mercurial and maddening as ever...
Did the Blue Bloods cops bend the rules of DNA testing?
On the October 8 episode of CBS' Blue Bloods, Frank Reagan (Tom Selleck) used moves that were even smoother than his 'stache to bring down an accused rapist. When the NYPD hit a dead end nailing their suspect due to his diplomatic immunity, they lured his father into the precinct and asked him to have his son submit to a DNA test....
Victoria Justice's career is about to get a little bit hairier.
In a new Nickelodeon original movie, The Boy Who Cried Werewolf, Justice plays Jordan Sands. When Jordan moves to an inherited castle in Romania with her brother and father, her life changes forever when she steps on a vile of werewolf blood.
Maria Sharapova, Sasha Vujacic
Tennis star Maria Sharapova and Los Angeles Lakers guard Sasha Vujacic are engaged.
"We are engaged and are both really happy," Vujacic said Thursday before the Lakers' exhibition game against the Golden State Warriors.
Vujacic, 26, said he popped the question to the three-time Grand Slam champion on ...