Lie To Me
Lie to Me's third season finale Monday and the uncertainty of its future left fans hungry for more — more criminal psychology, more romantic tensions and more of Tim Roth talking with his mouth full.
In the Fox drama, the Lightman Group specializes in interpreting microexpressions and body language, and leader Cal Lightman (Roth) is an expert at manipulating his own body's language to fluster and confuse people into inadvertently revealing their true motives. Executive producers Alexander Cary and David Graziano explain that Roth deliberately created Lightman's odd food mannerisms as part of his character's work strategy.
ABC Family picked up three new series Monday, including a comedy starring longtime Disney star Raven-Symoné.
The Great State of Georgia is a half-hour comedy centered on an aspiring actress with a big personality named Georgia (Symoné), trying to make headway in New York with her science geek best friend. Roswell's Majandra Delfino will also star. The show is executive-produced by Kirk J. Rudell (Will & Grace) and best-selling author Jennifer Weiner (Good in Bed, In Her Shoes).
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After nine years of invading strangers' personal space on Clean House, the cameras are about to turn on Niecy Nash. The actress, comedian and former Clean House host will document her May wedding to fiancé Jay Tucker for a new TLC special announced Monday.
"I am not used to having the tables turned on me, in terms of my private life. I am not excited about...
Live with Regis and Kelly
Regis Philbin will receive the Legend Award at this year's TV Land Awards, the cable network announced Monday.
The Legend Award is given to an entertainer or TV show that has stood the test of time and ranks among the most celebrated in entertainment history. Previous winners include Garry Marshall, Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner and Don Rickles.
"Hey, it's about time...
Jimmy Fallon's popular thank-you notes will be published in two new books, NBC Universal and Grand Central Publishing announced Monday.
The two books, both titled Thank You Notes, will pull from Fallon's Late Night segment of the same name, which airs every Friday. The books will feature more than 150 of Fallon's notes, giving gratitude to everybody and everything from his dad to sweater vests. The books will also include a special...
Mike and Molly, Rules of Engagement
CBS is already plotting its Monday night contingency plans, in the event that Two and a Half Men remains shut down for a prolonged period of time while Charlie Sheen is in rehab.
The network on Monday ordered two additional episodes of the couples comedy Rules of Engagement, bumping that show's episodic order from 24 to 26. CBS was also close to ordering two additional episodes of freshman comedy Mike & Molly, which...
Derek Hough, Dancing With The Stars
Derek Hough is hanging up his dancing shoes — for one season. The three-time mirrorball champ is taking Season 12 off from Dancing with Stars to film a movie, his rep confirms.
"We wish Derek the best as he takes time off from Dancing with the Stars to pursue his film career," Conrad Green, the TV show's executive producer, said in a statement, "and look forward to having him...
The Screen Actors Guild Awards are a time to celebrate actors, and what better way to do that than by celebrating their favorite scenes — plus, it's an easy way to get scoop on our favorite TV shows, including Modern Family, Glee and 30 Rock.
9. Modern Family: Julie Bowen's all-time favorite scene will always be the kids walking in on Claire and Phil (Ty Burrell) having sex, but an upcoming episode may rival that excitement. "This year's Valentine's Day episode is pretty insane," Bowen says. "It's different than last year's. Clive and Julianna are back, but Clive is in the more compromising position this time instead of Julianna."
Boardwalk Empire, The King's Speech top SAG Awards
8. Glee: The series will start to explore Santana (Naya Rivera) and Brittany's relationship on a deeper level. "A lot of my stuff is getting generally serious in a way," Heather Morris says. "We just got a new script. ... Santana and Brittany don't want to...
The Today Show
It may seem like Internet has been around forever, but this video from 1994 really demonstrates how far technology has come. In the clip, former Today show co-anchors Bryant Gumbel and Katie Couric and correspondent Elizabeth Vargas try to figure out what the "@" symbol means, as well as try to define what this new crazy computer network called the "internet" really is. "What do you write to it, like, mail?" Gumbel questions. Um, something like that.
Check it out in the video after the jump.