Elisabeth Rohm and Jack Coleman
When Heroes' fourth and final season makes its way to DVD next month, will it mark the end of the once buzzworthy NBC drama?
Series creator Tim Kring has been vocal about his desire to make a miniseries or TV movie to wrap up his story. Which makes us wonder: What exactly would happen in those final chapters?
Lindsay Lohan lives a life of jet-setting and luxurious living far different from that of inmates at the all-female jail where she'll serve her term. From what she'll eat to where she'll sleep, here are a few things the Mean Girls actress can expect during her stay...
Fox News Channel personality Glenn Beck revealed to an audience that he has been diagnosed with macular dystrophy, which might leave him blind.
During his "American Revival" event in Salt Lake City on Saturday, the 46-year-old host told more than 6,000 fans that he went to a doctor because he was having trouble focusing his eyes.
Glenn Beck mocks James Cameron: "It's time to walk away from the CGI"
"He did all kinds of tests and he said ...
Soon after tweeting her "eeeks" about going to jail, Lindsay Lohan surrendered herself to authorities Tuesday morning to begin serving a 90-day sentence.
Lohan appeared in court with attorney Shawn Chapman Holley. While it was previously reported that Robert Shapiro, a member of O.J. Simpson's defense team, had replaced Holley as Lohan's lawyer, Holley told Judge Marsha Revel that Shapiro had only served as a consultant and that she was still representing Lohan.
Revel denied Lohan the options of ...
Sure, stars often appear superhuman on TV—but that doesn't mean they're not susceptible to the health concerns of lesser mortals. In his latest Ask Dr. Oz Hollywood edition (check local listings), the all-knowing Dr. Mehmet Oz fields mind-and-body questions from a variety of bold-face names, including Lost's Michael Emerson, who wants to know what causes black eyes...
The cast of Modern Family literally gets shaken up next season when an earthquake hits!
The trembler is just a small quake but has residual aftershocks for the whole family. "It's a very tiny little earthquake but spins stories off into different directions," co-executive producer Brad Walsh told TV Guide Magazine at the Paley Center Presents 'Inside the Writer's Room: Modern Family' on Monday in L.A. "It's going to be about how they react to the earthquake and the problems that it brings to the surface...
Whether it's the Simpson's on their couch, Jim Rockford asking callers to leave their name or an animated ad man leaping off a building, the fun of television isn't always limited to what happens within the show. These opening credit sequences can be as interesting — sometimes even more so — than the series they introduce each week.
TV Guide Magazine is counting down the top television credit sequences of all time, and we need your help...