For the month of October, Jon Stewart was the king of late night.
Bolstered by the mid-term election, his sit-down with President Barack Obama and the lead-up to the Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear, Comedy Central's The Daily Show averaged more viewers among adults 18 to 49 than...
Former Bachelorette contestant Julien Hug, who competed on Jillian Harris' season, has been found dead.
His father, Bertrand Hug, told San Diego's KGTV that the 35-year-old's body was found in a remote area ...
Craig Bierko has been cast in the USA Network pilot Necessary Roughness, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
The project stars Callie Thorne as a psychologist who becomes the therapist for a professional football team. Bierko, 46, will play her...
Former Partridge Family star David Cassidy has been arrested on a DUI charge.
The actor was pulled over Wednesday night by the Florida Highway Patrol after he was seen swerving off the turnpike, his police report said. Cassidy, 60, told police that he had a glass of wine ...
Lil Wayne is free.
The rapper was released from New York's Rikers Island jail complex Thursday morning after serving eight months on a weapons conviction, a Rikers spokesman told TVGuide.com.
Wayne (real name: Dwayne Carter) will now head to Miami for a homecoming ...
Matt Hughes, a longtime meteorologist who starred on Discovery's Storm Chasers, has died. He was 30.
Hughes died May 26 in Wichita, Kan., but his death wasn't made public until Wednesday's episode of Storm Chasers, which was dedicated in his memory.
His death was unrelated to his often dangerous job. In a June 7 blog post titled "R.I.P. Matt" on Wichita's ABC affiliate KAKE-TV's website, Aaron Blaser, a former colleague and friend of Hughes, wrote that Hughes had tried to commit suicide.
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The alternate versions of Olivia and Walter may be playing for the same side on Fringe, but that doesn't mean they share the same objective.
Anna Torv's alt-Olivia, who the producers call Bolivia, was sent to our universe by "Walternate" (John Noble) on a mission to infiltrate the Fringe Division. However, a twinge of empathy has begun to creep up on Bolivia as she realizes this universe isn't filled with soulless devils as she was told...
TV is a wildlife lover's Garden of Eden. Networks like Animal Planet, Discovery, National Geographic, NAT GEO Wild and PBS fill their schedules with documentaries and critter reality programs. These shows promise a real glimpse into the behavior of wild animals. But just how authentic are they?
"There's a degree of audience deception that goes on," says veteran wildlife producer Chris Palmer, whose recent book, Shooting in the Wild, reveals some of the trickery.