NBC has picked up Still Standing, a reality competition show based on the Israeli series, the network announced Friday.
Still Standing, a working title for the U.S. series, challenges contestants to...
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Fox has pushed the premiere of its new Steven Spielberg-produced series, Terra Nova, to fall.
The network announced Friday that it was scrapping plans to air the first episode on May 23, originally intended to be a preview of the drama set in pre-historic times. Fox President of Entertainment Kevin Reilly said the network needs more time to...
Country singer Jewel is "doing fine" after she got into a two-car collision on Friday, her rep confirms to TVGuide.com.
"Jewel was hit by a fire truck this morning in Texas," the rep said in a statement. "The singer was taken to the hospital and current medical tests conducted indicate...
In the first major elimination of the season, the young woman who wanted to be American Idol's diva-in-training, Ashthon Jones, was voted out Thursday night. Ashthon, 24, who hails from Valdosta, Georgia and lives in Nashville, was chosen as one of three wild cards last week, but she was unable to persuade more than 30 million voters to keep her in the competition. After learning she was at the bottom, Ashthon sang Diana Ross' "When You Tell Me That You Love Me," hoping that the judges would use their one save of the season to keep her going. But it wasn't to be. Her role model, judge Jennifer Lopez, broke the news: "Not this time baby... I'm sorry."
While we try to process those terrible images from the Japan earthquake/tsunami, a few thoughts on some of the highs and lows of the week in TV. (And when we speak of highs and lows, of course the subject is Charlie Sheen.)
REMEMBERING CHARLIE HARPER: Malibu is mourning the loss of one of its more colorful residents: jingle writer/children's music composer-performer Charlie Harper (aka "Charlie Waffles"). His passing was confirmed this week in the wake of the career suicide of his notorious alter ego, a self-described Hollywood "warlock" whose overexposed online rants (following a spate of reckless TV and radio interviews) have quickly degraded from the category of morbidly fascinating train wreck to the realm of sick, sad, no-longer-funny joke.