How does this guy get away with it?!
Last night, Daniel Tosh returned for his third season of Internet clips and politically incorrect quips, and honestly, there was more "did he just say that?" in the 30-minute premiere than in Joe Biden's last two years as Vice President. Depending on your bent, the comic was ...
Cheers to Lights Out for putting Stacy Keach back into the ring.
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The veteran character actor has been knocked down a few times — most notably, he was incarcerated for cocaine possession in the mid-'80s, interrupting his run as hard-nosed PI Mike Hammer, and suffered a mild stroke in 2009. But he's returned to ...
LeAnn Rimes will be saying goodbye to fiancé Eddie Cibrian for one week while the hunky Third Watch vet returns to Texas to reprise his Ben Crowley role on NBC's Chase.
Earlier this season, Eddie debuted his ...
Fox already has two solid new pieces for its fall 2011 schedule with dino-soap Terra Nova and its new talent competition The X Factor. But what about veteran favorites House and Bones?
At the network's Tuesday session before the Television Critics Association winter press tour, Fox Entertainment president Kevin Reilly noted that ...
In a four-decade career, Academy Award winner Jeremy Irons has never done network television. Now he's making the leap with a guest-starring role on NBC's Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
"I've done no network TV (and) Law & Order: SVU is so popular amongst a wide variety of my friends," Irons tells TVGuide.com. "I thought it had great style. It reminded me of those paperback crime novels, which move very fast and ... I liked the way they told the stories."
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AMC's Mad Men has been a fan favorite and critical darling over its four seasons, and now the show's appeal is reaching into academia. Northwestern University offered a history seminar in the fall titled "Consumerism and Social Change in Mad Men America, 1960-65," while University of California Berkeley will continue its Men-inspired English course this spring.
Vive la difference! Former General Hospital baddie Ted King is cleaning up his act and moving to One Life to Live on January 21 as a struggling Parisian artist simply known as Tomas. The mystery man's last name is hush-hush for now because it'll eventually be revealed that he's related to a certain someone in Llanview. He'll also be the new love interest for Blair Cramer, the heartbreak heroine played by Kassie DePaiva. The plot: Blair jets to Paris to track down Tomas — whom she's never met — to find out why he painted a portrait of her. It's not just any portrait, but one copied from a photo taken of Blair at one of her weddings to Todd (back when Roger Howarth was playing the role...cue the Howarth rumors!).
The Heck family have a heck of a lot of problems in this episode. Frankie's predicament is trying to get Mike to stop giving her the cold shoulder after she accidentally spends $200 on a small bottle of eye cream. Axl's cross to bear is taking care of a mechanical infant doll for health class. And Sue and Brick's dilemma is a doozy — trying to figure out a way to fix the hole they caused in Sue's bedroom wall. — Fred Mitchell
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