The Good Wife
The Good Wife
The sophomore sensation continues to surprise and delight fans, and tonight's episode, the last original of 2010, promises more of the same. Alicia races against the clock to secure a stay of execution for a death-row inmate who is scheduled to die in nine hours. It's all set in motion when Alicia receives a cryptic message from a courthouse clerk concerning the condemned man's appeal. In more personal matters, Alicia, who recently learned of Will's phone call in which he professed his love for her, but which was deleted by Eli before she heard it, asks Will if they can talk about their relationship. Sounds like a good setup for 2011. — Tim Holland
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Richard C. Holbrooke
Richard C. Holbrooke, a diplomatic troubleshooter in the Obama administration, has died, according to The New York Times. He was 69.
Holbrooke was taken to the hospital Friday after falling ill during a meeting with...
Before One Tree Hill's Julian and Brooke walk down the aisle, the CW series will have an episode that star Austin Nichols says is inspired by the 2009 hit comedy The Hangover.
"The girls have a big bachelorette party and they all wake up and don't remember anything," Nichols tells TVGuide.com. "The whole episode is them the next day piecing it together, all the different locations and figuring out what they did."
Michael C. Hall and Jennifer Carpenter
Michael C. Hall and Jennifer Carpenter, the stars of Showtime's hit series Dexter, are getting a divorce, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
"Having been separated for some time, Jennifer Carpenter and Michael C. Hall have filed for divorce," read a joint statement from their reps.
Dexter's Sara Colleton: "This is the last time we will dangle" Deb almost finding out
Hall, 39, and Carpenter, 31, met on the set of Dexter, where they...
Don Cheadle has been tapped to star in the pilot House of Lies, a half-hour dark comedy based on the novel of the same name, the network announced Monday.
Based on Martin Kihn's tell-all House of Lies: How Management Consultants Steal Your Watch and Tell You the Time, the project will star the 46-year-old Oscar-nominated actor as...
You might think Wizards of Waverly Place star Selena Gomez has all the confidence in the world, but the 18-year-old told TVGuide.com at Z100's Jingle Ball that her New Year's resolution is to stop questioning herself.
"I ask a thousand other people what I should do, so it's kind of nice to be able to trust myself a little bit more," she said.
David Arquette is developing a game show that would feature celebrities poking fun at themselves, according to Variety.
Ranking the Stars will feature a group of celebrities who will be asked to rank one another on the likeliness they would commit such acts as...