OK, NCIS can't set a series high every week. Still, the CBS procedural nabbed 20.3 million viewers Tuesday night.
Anna Torv, Joshua Jackson
In a perfect world, it would be all about Peter and Olivia. But in Fringe's alternate universe, there's that damn Fauxlivia to worry about, too. And with young Mr. Bishop still harboring the warm-and-fuzzies for his Mata Hari from the other side, not to mention a pileup of major revelations that come out in this week's episode (Friday, 9/8c on Fox), things just can't be black or white... or in the show's multiverse color scheme, red or blue.
Who should our hero pick, Liv or the liar? In the exclusive video after the jump, the cast discusses TV's trickiest threesome, Peter's, um, bedroom abilities, and how the fate of mankind may actually rest on his decision...
Last time we saw Real Housewives of New Jersey's Danielle Staub, she was playing show-and-tell during the reunion show with the wad of hair ripped from her head during a previous episode.
But now, the former housewife is trying to make a new name for herself on her new WealthTV series Social. "We're shooting in their homes and showing their homes much like Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous," Staub says. "And I'm the new Robin Leach.
See what else Staub had to say about her departure from Housewives and how she thinks viewers will see a different side of her on the new series.
Watch the full interview after the jump.
Ashlee Simpson and Pete Wentz
Ashlee Simpson-Wentz has filed for divorce from Pete Wentz after nearly three years of marriage.
"After careful consideration, we have made the difficult decision to file for divorce," the couple said in a statement through a rep. "We remain friends ...
Nigel Lythgoe is going country: The prolific producer and his son, Simon, will launch the country-singing competition series CMT's Next Superstar in April.
"We're looking for more than just a singer, we want the complete creative, talented package — performer, personality and writer," Lythgoe said. "We want the next country superstar."
Check out photos of Nigel Lythgoe
In the 10-episode season, competitors will live ...
Susan Lucci and Wendie Malick
Worlds collide — and so do soap divas — when Hot in Cleveland and All My Children engage in crossover craziness. First, Susan Lucci is seen as herself on Cleveland (Wednesdays, February 16 and 23, at 10/9c, on TV Land) feuding with Wendie Malick's character, faded suds star Victoria Chase. Then Victoria appears on AMC (Thursday, February 24 at 1/noon c on ABC) playing Erica Kane's maid! TV Guide Magazine sat down with the ladies on the AMC set to get all the hot scoop...
Wow, what a difference two days can make. It was just this past Sunday when the world witnessed one of the wobbliest hours of Fox's golden child, the post-Super Bowl letdown featuring a dazzling "Thriller"-"Heads Will Roll" mashup, a more malicious Sue than we ever needed, and very little else. As many of you pointed out, it was not an episode that would score the show any new fans.
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Last night's Valentine's outing, however, was a refreshing reversal. ...
Snow may have blanketed the country this winter, but the sight of Padma Lakshmi in a bikini could be hot enough to melt even the thickest ice. TV Guide Magazine reports exclusively that the Top Chef host recently traded bone-chilling Manhattan for the balmy Bahamas to film the four-part All-Stars finale, which Bravo will begin airing in March.
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Fellow judge Gail Simmons' first reaction upon hearing of the sun-soaked locale: "Thank God! I was like, 'It's perfect—whatever you want!'" Simmons joined Lakshmi, head judge Tom Colicchio and Top Chef's largest panel of finale guest judges ever—Wolfgang Puck, Morimoto, Michelle Bernstein, Hubert Keller, Eric Ripert, Lidia Bastianich, Curtis Stone, Alfred Portali, Art Smith and Lorena Garcia—for shooting at Nassau's luxurious Atlantis resort and casino on the aptly named Paradise Island...
Michael J. Fox
Cheers to The Good Wife for rounding up an impressively diverse roster of guest stars.
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This week's stellar episode, "Real Deal," marked the return of guaranteed Emmy nominee Michael J. Fox as Louis Canning, a canny lawyer who exploits his own disability to win sympathy. His encore was subtler and more intriguing, as his motivation for competing (then unwillingly collaborating) with Lockhart Gardner on a class-action lawsuit wasn't clear. Was he still a corporate shill or had he suddenly grown a heart? The resolution was refreshingly nuanced for a network drama—and left the door open for Fox to come back.
But the former Alex P. Keaton was just the biggest name in a long list of gifted actors who graced the hour...