Will Arnet, Jeffrey Tambor, Peter Serafinowicz
If there's one man who should play Will Arnett's TV dad on Running Wilde, it's the man who portrayed him before.
Jeffrey Tambor, who played the Bluth patriarch on Arrested Development, will reunite with his on-screen son in an upcoming episode of the Fox series, TVGuide.com has confirmed. The 66-year-old actor will play...
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Well, we had another very good week. Our team dance went great and I'm so proud of Brandy for the foxtrot. Gilles was funny because he came up to us afterward and apologized for giving us a 9. I told him, "Friendship aside, you were being the judge."
I mean, I've got to admit, I felt like the whole time the celebrity judges weren't particularly looking for anything. I think having the celebrity judges was an exciting gimmick. They were more or less there to say something nice, give a 10 and move on. I felt like Gilles wanted to give a 10. I don't think there's anything wrong with them handing out "free" scores to inflate our scores.
Len's 10 was the highlight for Brandy this season. She was like, "Oh my God!" I'm not ...
The Walking Dead
Let's dig into a busy sweeps week, starting with the scary before we get to the funny.
MONSTER MASH: Zombies are cool. That's the takeaway from the boffo ratings for the premiere of AMC's riveting zombie epic The Walking Dead. (Episode two this Sunday has a moment that made even this fan of the macabre want to look away.) But zombie horror is also disturbing, in this case emotionally affecting, as the survivors look on at an inexplicably wrecked world populated by the lumbering dead who can strike awfully close to home...
MSNBC anchor Keith Olbermann was suspended by network president Phil Griffin following a report that the Countdown host made multiple campaign contributions before Tuesday's election.
"I became aware of Keith's political contributions late last night," Griffin said in a statement Friday. "Mindful of NBC News policy and standards, I have ...
The Late Show with David Letterman
While in town to run this weekend's New York City marathon, Chilean miner Edison Peña stopped by The Late Show with David Letterman, and he and his translator put on quite a performance.
During the animated interview, Letterman mentioned Peña's love for Elvis. Peña then began singing "Suspicious Minds," and when Paul Schaffer and the band joined in, Peña and his translator began dancing along. The King would be proud.
Watch the video after the jump.
To produce Great Migrations, a seven-hour documentary about animals in transit, filmmakers spent two and a half years in the field on 83 different shoots, covering 420,000 miles in 20 countries, on all seven continents...
The last time TV viewers saw Milo Ventimiglia he was honing his ever-changing superpowers on NBC's Heroes. Now, on his new project, he's trying to develop an ability he wished he could carry over into real life — the power to stay awake 24/7.
Ventimiglia — whose development deal with NBC for a show based on his comic book Rest, was recently announced — says he's excited to embark on the project
Randy Jackson, Jennifer Lopez, Steven Tyler
For an American Idol season supposedly without drama, there already seems to be a lot of tears shed. "I've cried," admitted new judge Jennifer Lopez at the Los Angeles auditions for Season 10 on November 4. "All of us have cried a lot this audition season," added Randy Jackson. "Me, Steven, Jennifer and Ryan."
The tears, they say, are a result of having to disappoint people...
If NBC's Parenthood is facing the axe, it's news to executive producer Jason Katims. "It's the second time I've heard this today," he told TV Guide Magazine at the annual Autism Speaks event in Los Angeles on November 4. Katims said he had not read the E! Online article that suggested that his show might be in danger as a result of no new episodes airing in December, but was quick to kill all negative speculation...
A new Michael Jackson album is slated for release on Dec. 14, Sony has announced.
Michael, to be released by Epic Records and Jackson's estate, is billed as "newly completed recordings" that were in progress before the famed pop star died in June 2009.
The first single, "Breaking News," was recorded in 2007 by Jackson. It will be streamed ...