Calling all Gleeks: Would you like to be a member of New Directions?
The executive producers of Glee are launching an online casting call for talented newcomers and professionals to join the show's second season. Anyone between the ages of...
Past American Idol finalist Stephanie Edwards was arrested after a public brawl with another woman, authorities said.
Edwards, who finished 11th in Season 6 in 2007, was arrested Monday night in ...
If you think the fights and drunken debauchery on Oxygen's Bad Girls Club is out of control, then you might find that its spinoff, Love Games: Bad Girls Need Love Too (Tuesdays at 10/9c), has cranked things up a notch — or 10. Find out why contestant and Season 3 Bad Girls alum Sarah Michaels calls the show a "hot-ass mess," whether she thinks two guys fighting for her is a turn on, and what the experience has taught her about men — and her Bad Girls co-stars.
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Sarah: I was really excited about this show because it's not your standard dating show. It's three Bad Girls and 13 guys. So you have the conflict between the guys, the conflict between the girls and then the dating aspect as well. It's totally different than anything that's been out thus far. And, I also don't have the easiest time dating. Being a bad girl ...
Kevin Alejandro, Southland
Southland is strongest when it allows the police officers' work to bleed into their personal lives.
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In Tuesday's episode (10/9c on TNT) that's the case for Detectives Nate Moretta (Kevin Alejandro) and Sammy Bryant (Shawn Hatosy).
"You get to go on a journey with Nate and Sammy and sort of discover who they are," Alejandro tells TVGuide.com "You learn how they deal with life, their personalities and how they grab on to certain things. There's some big stuff that happens. It's one of my favorite episodes."
Through the second season, Nate and Sammy have been part of a task force building a case against Trinny Day (Wood Harris), an ex-gang member who claims to have cleaned up his act. The case intensifies...
Elmore Leonard with Justified star Timothy Olyphant
Elmore Leonard doesn't waste words on the page or in conversation.
So when asked what he thinks of Justified, the FX series based on one of his characters, anachronistic U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens, the prolific author's response is simple and direct: "I like it a lot."
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For Leonard, whose 43 novels and countless short stories have inspired decades of TV and movie adaptations, dialogue has always been the key to the 84-year-old writer's success. And Leonard thinks that's one of the reasons Justified works.
"When he delivered the lines, the ones that I wrote, they were just the way I heard them when I wrote them," Leonard says of series star Timothy Olyphant. "That doesn't happen very much. They're sticking right to my sound, and I think it's really good."
Tim Allen will host the 8th annual TV Land Awards, the network announced.
"Tim Allen is a versatile and hilarious performer who fits perfectly into the plans for this year's TV Land Awards," Larry W. Jones, president of TV Land, said. "We are ...
Former MTV VJ Dweezil Zappa and his wife have split after nearly five years of marriage, People reports.
Lauren Knudsen filed for divorce two weeks ago, citing irreconcilable ...
Jon Heder has dropped out of the sitcom he was set to headline for Comedy Central, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
"Comedy Central, Gary Sanchez Productions and Jon Heder have mutually decided to part ways over creative differences with the character," the actor's rep said in a statement. "Jon wishes the show nothing but success ...