When Andie MacDowell joins the new Fox drama Lone Star as Jon Voight's love interest, she won't be playing nice. "Surprisingly, she's a nasty con woman who's brought in to help Bob's father with his idea of going after the company fortune," creator and executive producer Kyle Killen said at Fox's PaleyFest: Fall TV Preview Party, sponsored by TV Guide Magazine, on September 13.
Lone Star, premiering September 20, centers around charming con man Bob Allen (James Wolk), who's leading a double life. In one, he is ...
Most Castle fans already know that when the mystery drama checks in for Season 3, our favorite crime-solving odd couple will still be dancing around their feelings for one another. More surprising is that viewers will also see Castle on the other side of the law after he returns from his romantic Hamptons getaway. "It's one of those things — be careful what you wish for," star Nathan Fillion tells TVGuide.com about his character's arrest in Monday's season opener.
And that's just the first episode. The show's cast and crew revealed what other surprises are in store for Season 3, including a cross-country trip and a possible cameo from one of True Blood's main...
John Mayer has said goodbye to Twitter.
The recording artist — who frequently used the social networking website to apologize for offensive statements he's made and fight with Perez Hilton, among other things — has discontinued his account, his rep announced Monday.
Maura West and Eric Braeden
Maura West won double Emmys playing As the World Turns' Carly Tenney and is one of the most revered women in soaps — so how come she's so nervous about joining The Young and the Restless? TV Guide Magazine caught up with the actress, who hits Genoa City October 8 as the new Diane Jenkins, and found out she's downright starstruck...
The Big Bang Theory
The morning after he won the Emmy for best lead actor in a comedy series, Jim Parsons thought he might have dreamt the whole thing. But his cell phone's constant buzzing was confirmation that his portrayal of physicist Sheldon Cooper on The Big Bang Theory had made him a bona fide star. "I have been absolutely inundated with texts, calls and e-mails from so many people," Parsons told TV Guide Magazine just hours after taking home the trophy. "I have several texts that I cannot identify. Somebody named Kimberly has written me and I don't know if I should just write back and say 'Kimberly who?' You don't realize how many people there are in your life until something like this happens and you're like, holy moley, I have a lot of people in my life that I love."
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There are a lot of people who love Parsons, Sheldon and Big Bang, the CBS sitcom about an endearingly idiosyncratic group of scientist friends and their aspiring-actress neighbor...
Nancy Grace, Swift Justice
Jeers to Swift Justice.
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No, I'm not talking about Taylor Swift's VMA revenge on Kanye West — although I'd rather watch those two mudwrestle than this new syndicated Judge Judy not-gonnabe with Nancy Grace. Can someone please explain this browbeating brute's appeal? As if she doesn't have enough time on her nightly hourlong self-titled HLN jeremiad to badger would-be witnesses, now she's appointed herself judge, jury and executioner on small-claims cases brought by plaintiffs and defendants naïve — or attention-starved — enough to allow Grace to make a final, binding decision...
The first season of Parenthood focused on the youngest of the Braverman children. There was Max's Asperger's Syndrome, Haddie's first love, Amber's disastrous one night stand, Crosby's surprise son. In its second season, the focus will shift to the parents.
Catch up on full episodes of Parenthood
"[Adam and Kristina] are still trying to figure out Max's condition while raising Haddie, a teenager, and also dealing with their own issues, of which there are many and more to come," Monica Potter tells TVGuide.com. "It's a scary thing because the...