Lost - Nestor Carbonell, Terry O’Quinn
Now that the Man in Black's identity has been made plain (well, sort of), some people from the Temple are not too happy about it, especially Richard Alpert (Nestor Carbonell), who was knocked out by him in the season premiere of Lost. So who came to the island first — the smoke monster or Richard? Carbonell drops a hint. Plus, Michael Emerson and Terry O'Quinn discuss the possibility of their characters' redemption this season. Is that even available for the real Locke? It could be if he returns to his body, which O'Quinn says is a possibility.
Lost's Nestor Carbonell on Season 6's power struggle
Also, we reveal a major spoiler, thanks to behind-the-scenes photos snapped on the set in Hawaii...
Big Brother 11 - Jordan Lloyd, Jeff Schroeder
While many Amazing Race contestants wait months — sometimes years — to get selected for the globe-trotting reality series, Big Brother sweethearts Jeff Schroeder, 31, and Jordan Lloyd, 23, only had to wait days. "Just a couple days after Big Brother ended, production came up to us and asked if we were interested in doing Amazing Race," Jordan, who won Big Brother 11 last summer (Jeff won fan favorite), told TVGuide.com. "We didn't hesitate. We were like, 'Yeah, we'll do it!' I don't really travel that much, and I know that I probably would never go to another country by myself, so I knew it would be something fun to do." See what else we can expect from the couple this season, and what it will take for them to do another show. The Amazing Race 16 premieres Sunday at 8/7c.
Over the decades on Lost, there has been a constant battle for control of the island. Whether it's been the Dharma Initiative or the Hostiles, one constant has remained: Richard Alpert (Nestor Carbonell). With a Richard-centric episode on the horizon, TVGuide.com spoke to Carbonell about all the things we we will find out about his character: where he came from, why he doesn't age and whether he might finally take control of the island...
Pam (Jenna Fischer) and Jim (John Krasinski) will welcome their little bundle of joy a week early on The Office.
Initially planned as two special episodes over two weeks, NBC is now airing the birth of baby Jam as one hour-long show on...
John Murtha, an influential congressman and Iraq war critic who drew scrutiny for his wheeler-dealer ways, died Monday after suffering complications from gallbladder surgery. He was 77.