One Tree Hill
Get ready for another One Tree Hill time jump.
"There is a really cool device in the finale ... where we're jumping through months," star Austin Nichols says. The episode will fast-forward through time, rather than make fans wait an entire hiatus like they've done in the past.
The CW show moved ahead four years between Seasons 4 and 5 in order to skip over the college years and avoid having to send the Tree Hill gang to some local college, à la Beverly Hills, 90210.
Jacqueline Laurita, Teresa Giudice, Caroline Manzo, Kathy Wakile, Melissa Gorga
The Real Housewives of New Jersey are keeping it in the family for Season 3. Cast member Teresa Giudice's sister-in-law, Melissa Gorga, and her cousin, Kathy Wakile, will join the series when it returns this May, Bravo announced Wednesday.
Family or not, judging from the preview below, there's bad blood between Giudice and her two new co-stars. In the clip, Giudice clashes with Gorga over her brother, as well as Gorga's singing career (because Bravo needed another singing housewife?), and fights with Wakile over, well, everything.
Jersey Housewives' Teresa: "When I'm attacked, I attack"
There's still plenty of non-Giudice family drama too. Jacqueline Laurita will continue to fight with her daughter Ashley, which will bring...
Charlie Sheen, Spin City
Charlie Sheen is returning to television! TV Guide Network is planning to air the Sheen-centric episodes of Spin City.
Watch the show Monday, April 18, from 8 to 10 p.m., and in a marathon fashion every ...
Walton Goggins, Justified
Justified star Walton Goggins says that Boyd Crowder needs to keep his friends close and his enemies closer. How else to explain the strange alliance that is brewing in the remaining episodes of the FX drama's second season.
FX's Justified hits the mark
In the April 6 episode, Boyd made a deal with the devil of Harlan County: Mags Bennett (Margo Martindale). Boyd secured some key tracts of land that allowed Mags to extort the mining company. "What Boyd is able to do as well as any other foe on television is understand the pieces on the board, the players in the game and how things move," Goggins tells TVGuide.com...
Matt Lauer and Katie Couric
Katie Couric dropped by her old haunt Today on Wednesday to discuss her new book The Best Advice I Ever Got: Lessons from Extraordinary Lives, and also apparently to tease everyone with no new information whatsoever on the much-discussed future of her career. Her once (and future?) co-anchor Matt Lauer spent about three minutes asking her about her book, and five talking about the talk surrounding Couric's future as a televised talker...