Now that 3-D technology has established itself as a box office moneymaker (see: Avatar and Alice in Wonderland, to name two recent hits that utilized the technology), when will three dimensions come to television?
There are, of course, 3-D HD television sets for sale on the market, but at a price point that is...
After a thorough search for Mary Alice Young's successor, Desperate Housewives has cast Emily Bergl to play the role of reformed menace Paul Young's new wife, Beth, who will prove instrumental in Paul's post-jail plans on Wisteria Lane...
Cheers to My Boys for weathering the loss of one of their own.
TBS' endearing-underdog sitcom has always coasted on the chemistry of its ensemble, so the news that the reliably hilarious Jim Gaffigan wouldn't return for Season 4 as Jordana Spiro's droll brother gave fans cause for concern...
For a guy who married and made a baby with one of TV's most outgoing reality stars, Bethenny Frankel's hubby, Jason Hoppy, sure stays under the radar. Still, there are a few things we've found out about the businessman that make us happy for the Hoppy couple...
Who's cooler than Burn Notice's Michael Westen (Jeffrey Donovan)? How about Hollywood screen legend Burt Reynolds, who shows up tonight (9/8c, USA) as an ex—CIA operative targeted by the Russians after he lets slip some Cold War—era info that's still top secret...
Elizabeth Mitchell, Christopher Shyer, Morena Baccarin
ABC's V will be holding a panel discussion with its cast at Comic-Con this Saturday in San Diego (2:30 p.m. in Ballroom 20). While it's sure to be exciting, I've already received some early intel on two new characters joining the sci-fi series in its second season.
On the ground, a radical anti-Visitors Fifth Column sect will emerge, headed by a leader the show is currently casting...
Rob Lowe has played a White House aide and a United States Senator on TV, but his next gig puts him in the company of some real power brokers. The ex-Brothers and Sisters star will guest star on an episode of Cartoon Network's upcoming superhero series Young Justice as Captain Marvel, aka Shazam...
As the World Turns will end its phenomenal 54-year run September 17 with lots of fan-pleasing closure — romances, reunions, weddings — but first the show must deal with the death last spring of actress Helen Wagner. Her salt-o-the-earth character, Nancy Hughes, famously uttered ATWT's very first line ("Good morning, dear") back on April 2, 1956 and exec producer Chris Goutman wanted her to repeat it at the end of the final episode for the ultimate in TV cool...