Louis van Amstel
Season 9 of Dancing with the Stars was the longest and largest in the ABC hit's history — not to mention the most difficult for Louis van Amstel. "It was by far the hardest work I've ever done in my life," he tells TVGuide.com. "The season didn't seem to end. But I would do it again because the reward I got out of it — the relationship with Kelly [Osbourne] — was so worth it." With the smaller cast lineup for Season 10, the Dancing pro will put in fewer hours with his new partner, Niecy Nash, who, he says, will show audiences a new side to her funny, feisty self.
Timothy Olyphant, Justified
Justified drew 4.2 million viewers Tuesday night, making it FX's biggest series premiere since The Shield debuted to 4.8 million viewers in 2002, the network said. The new drama ranked No. 1 on cable for the night in overall viewers and even beat the broadcast networks at 10/9c among men 18-to-49.
Fox won a slow night for the networks as American Idol's two-hour top 12 performance program drew 22.6 million viewers and continued its dominance among all 18-to-49-year-olds, according to Nielsen overnight estimates.
CBS placed second for the night, but saw all its shows fall in the demo versus their last new episodes...
NBC is rehiring the original Apprentice, the network announced Wednesday.
The non-celebrity version of the reality show from executive producers Mark Burnett and Donald Trump will return for a sixth season with a revised format. It will emphasize the country's economy by casting 14 contestants affected by the recession. The new cast will consist of...
Fox will serve a third season of Kitchen Nightmares, the network announced Wednesday.
The reality series follows Gordon Ramsay as he travels to declining restaurants across the country to whip the owners, staff and food itself back into...
Following a Today feature that raised questions about whether Kirstie Alley's new weight-loss program is linked to Scientology, the actress said Wednesday there is no connection.
"That I would need to clarify the intentions or affiliations of my LLC [limited liability company] corporation in the year 2010 is indicative of the intolerances that we as a country still need to overcome," Alley said during an event for her new A&E show, Big Life (premiering Sunday at 10/9c) .
VIDEO: Kirstie Alley fired up over Big Life, Scientology
During an introduction to her interview Tuesday on Today, columnist Roger Friedman said that many of the executives of Alley's weight-loss program, Organic Liaison, are ...