Teri Hatcher, Marcia Cross, Eva Longoria
When ABC announced in early January that such network hits as Grey's Anatomy, Private Practice, Castle, Modern Family, Cougar Town and The Middle would be back for the 2011-12 season, one fan fave was conspicuously missing from the rescue boat. At a presentation of ABC's winter programming, new ABC Entertainment president Paul Lee told reporters he "wasn't quite there yet" regarding a renewal for Desperate Housewives, leaving fans to fret that they were about to spend their final months with Susan, Lynette, Bree and Gaby.
Now in its seventh season, the primetime soap continues to be a lucrative international ratings winner...
Swedish actress Lena Nyman has died after battling an illness, The Associated Press reports. She was 66.
Nyman starred in more than 50 Swedish films and plays, many of which were sexually explicit. She rose to international fame when she landed the lead role in I Am Curious — Yellow, the 1967 film that was banned in the U.S. for two years due to the nudity and sex scenes. She also starred in the sequel I Am Curious — Blue.
Jason Segel is taking a trip to the '80s for an upcoming film, Undercover Cop.
Although the plot is under wraps, according to The Hollywood Reporter, the comedy is based on the true story of a former cop that infiltrated the New Jersey criminal underworld in the era of "feathered hair and zipper jackets."
Buffy the Vampire Slayer alum James Marsters had wed his longtime girlfriend Patricia Rahman, People reports. The couple exchanged vows Jan. 14 in a private civil ceremony in L.A.
Marsters, 48, who is also a musician, met the 26-year-old German fashion student backstage at his concert in Amsterdam.
This week, the Jersey Shore cameras took viewers to place they never should have gone: the examination room in which Ronni had his rectal exam. Meanwhile, the girls hit up the sex shop for some new outfits, Pauly's stalker resurfaced, and Ron and Sammi broke up again. ...
Jennifer Lopez, American Idol
Well, the other shoe finally dropped. After a season that, so far, has mostly favored the good auditions, Thursday's episode focused almost exclusively on the bad. Steven Tyler attributed the change to the city of Los Angeles, which he deduced is full of delusional people. Things got so bad that even J. Lo discovered her potty mouth. So, who was the worst of the worst? Let's find out...
Though Smallville's Lois Lane (Erica Durance) is surrounded by superheroes, Daily Planet's intrepid reporter will soon make her mark on the world.
She was last seen attending Hawkman's funeral before passing out with the rest of the supers. For the first time, there she was with the growing Justice League. "You start to see how she fits in," Durance tells TVGuide.com.
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"She's finding her way in...
Leven Rambin, David Henrie
For Wizards of Waverly Place's Justin Russo, love is always complicated, and in an upcoming three-part story, it won't get any easier.
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In Friday's episode, Justin, played by David Henrie, is distracted when a new student, Rosie (Leven Rambin), catches his eye. But when she's incapable of completing a wizard wand drill that he's teaching, he learns that she can't do magic because she's actually an angel.
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"She's gorgeous and Justin starts to fall in love with her [but] she's not who we think she is," Henrie says.
NBC picked up four additional pilots Thursday, including three comedies and an Inception-style thriller that explores dual realities.
REM, a twist on the typical crime procedural, centers on a police detective who's involved in a traumatic car accident and then wakes up in two fractured realities. The project follows his simultaneous and parallel lives with his broken family. As the title suggests, the Rapid Eye Movement sleeping state may have something to do with the cop's split perceptions. Warner Bros.' Oscar-nominated film Inception played with the idea of manipulating and controlling one's dream state.