FX canceled the freshman drama Terriers on Monday — a decision that the network's boss found wrenching enough to explain to the media.
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The show, created by Ted Griffin (Ocean's Eleven) and Shawn Ryan (The Shield, The Unit), starred Donal Logue and Michael Raymond-James as a pair of ragtag private investigators who became entangled in a corporate conspiracy that threatened their hometown of Ocean Beach.
Although the show was critically adored, it struggled to find an audience from the very beginning...
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Showtime's Dexter has been renewed for a sixth season, the network announced Monday.
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"Dexter is the best suspense drama on television," David Nevins, the premium cable network's entertainment head, said in a statement. "To grow its audience so significantly in its fifth season is an enormous accomplishment by this amazing cast and crew. This is the easiest decision I've made since I got to Showtime."
A live performance by Justin Bieber on the Germany show Wanna Bet? was canceled after an amateur stuntman was seriously injured during the show's broadcast.
Samuel Koch, 23, was attempting to jump over his father's speeding car Saturday night, but hit the windshield and plummeted to the ground face first. According to The Associated Press, he was taken to the hospital and was in a medically induced coma with a serious spinal injury. Koch underwent surgery Sunday.
Willow Smith will be performing her hit single "Whip My Hair" on Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest, People reports.
The 10-year-old daughter of actors Will and Jada Pinkett Smith released her recording debut on Oct. 26, peaking at No. 11 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Men of a Certain Age
Men of a Certain Age
The Season 2 curtain opens on the character-driven dramedy about three best buds trying to negotiate the turns, curves and zigzags of middle age. And they are making some progress. A resolute Joe makes it his goal to sharpen his golfing skills, but he can't hack having to practice at dawn. He's also teed off that his new home just happens to be in his former bookie's neighborhood. As for Owen, he moves up to manager of the family auto dealership, but with new responsibility comes new stress. Owen has hired Terry to sell cars, but Terry seems to be stalling out while on the 9-to-5 job. — Dean Maurer
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The Walking Dead
WARNING: The following story contains spoilers about the Season 1 finale of The Walking Dead as well as information about the comic book series upon which the show is based. Read at your own risk.
As if staying alive during weeks of zombie attacks wasn't enough, The Walking Dead's harried band of survivors found themselves having to escape from what they thought was a safe haven in the Season 1 finale.
After being cautiously welcomed into the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta by Dr. Edwin Jenner (guest star Noah Emmerich), Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and the rest of the survivors thought they'd turned a corner on their horror. But soon after they locked themselves in, they learned that the CDC, which had been testing brain samples in hopes of developing a cure for the zombie outbreak, was...
Men of a Certain Age turns 2 — the so-called "terrible" stage in life — on Monday. But for the TNT drama, things remain as bittersweet as ever for its leading men as they continue to tackle and tiptoe around middle age.
"It's kind of that never-ending arc that everyone has in life, where you're still trying to get out from under," Ray Romano tells TVGuide.com. "They have a destination they want to get to, but they never ...
The Sing Off
Last year, Puerto Rican a cappella group Nota's take on the Jay Sean hit "Down" helped them shoot to the top on The Sing-Off, winning $100,000 and a Sony recording contract. A year later, a cappella music is again in focus thanks to Glee's recent best-selling single "Teenage Dream" (which coincidentally features former Sing-Off competitors, the Beelzebubs) and the return of The Sing-Off. TVGuide.com talked with the talent behind NBC's reality competition series at a recent Paley Center for Media event to discuss what's in store for Season 2...
"Doesn't everyone want to be pulled around by hunky reindeer?" asks 90210's Jessica Lowndes. The actress is taking a breather from the day's task: singing a sultry version of "Santa Baby" while being hauled around on an ice rink by strapping men-deer and a school of merry elves.
Filming the scene hasn't been easy. "I'm from Vancouver, and I don't know how to skate," Lowndes says. "It's embarrassing."
But this is what Adrianna wants, so in Monday's 90210 fall finale, Lowndes' character will celebrate her rapid rise up the pop charts the way any Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star-in-training would. She buys a mansion and a little dog, dresses up as Mrs. Claus (if Mrs. Claus wore fishnet stockings) and throws herself an over-the-top bash.