John Goodman has joined the cast of Damages as Season 4's new villain, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Goodman will play...
Superheroes have been wearing capes since their creation. But NBC's The Cape is the first TV series to turn that part of the masked crusader's costume into his main source of power.
"To me, capes are superheroes," executive producer Tom Wheeler said Thursday at the Television Critics Association's winter previews. "There's something about the cape that speaks to childhood. When you...
Fanboys across the country had their hearts broken earlier this year when geek goddess Olivia Munn stepped down as host of G4's Attack of the Show! after four years.
But Munn, who will next star in the NBC comedy Perfect Couples, hasn't forgotten about those fans.
"This is something I've wanted to do forever," Munn said...
Top Chef - Jamie
Top Chef took its contestants out of the kitchen for a little fun in the sun with a fishing trip to Montauk, N.Y., this week. But of course there was a catch, pun intended. They had to reel in enough fish to serve to a group of 200 people later that night — and face a double elimination. Find out what castoff Jamie Lauren thought of the judges calling her dish too watery, why she was so shocked that she didn't get eliminated during the Chinatown challenge, and why she thought she got a bad edit this time around. Plus: See what she had to say about the tennis challenge ...
This summer, Oxygen will premiere The Glee Project, a reality series in which 40,000 would-be Gleeks compete for a guest-role on Fox's hit musical comedy.
Glee casting director Robert Ulrich saw more than 40,000 auditions, which included everyone from working professionals to teens who had never performed before. "It's given so many kids an opportunity they would never have had in a normal situation," he said Thursday at the Television Critics Association's winter previews. "I had kids sing in front of me who had never sung in front of anyone in their lives.
Ted Williams, Dr. Phil
Jeers to Dr. Phil McGraw for mining Ted Williams' rocky private life for ratings gold.
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"I want to help 'the Man with the Golden Voice,'" the daytime-TV Ph.D. (who weirdly sported matching black leather jackets with Williams) disingenuously declared before launching into what amounted to a three-day on-air intervention. But did he really help Williams — a man who was living on the street a few weeks ago — by sticking TV cameras in his face and encouraging family members he'd abandoned to confront him with his failures? McGraw piled on, calling Williams "a...
A. J. McLean
Backstreet Boys singer A.J. McLean has checked into rehab, People reports.
McLean said he checked himself into a rehab clinic for "personal reasons," according to the magazine.
"With 2011 being a busy year for Backstreet, I want to be healthy and perform and sing for people at my very best and happiest," he said in a statement. "None of this will...
Off The Map
President Barack Obama's speech at the Tucson, Ariz., memorial for the victims of last weekend's shooting skewed Wednesday's prime-time ratings, throwing people off the trail of their regular shows.