True Blood has cast Dexter alum Courtney Ford as a recurring guest for Season 4, a show rep tells TVGuide.com.
Fiona Shaw joins True Blood
Ford — who played Trinity's daughter (and Quinn's ladyfriend) Christine last season on Dexter — will play ...
Do you have a kid who's always texting, gaming or surfing the net? Supernanny's Jo Frost stopped by our studio to give us a sneak peek at the new season and to discuss one of the most common issues parents are faced with today: the abuse of technology. Frost offers solutions to protect kids without restricting their online freedoms. ...
Life gets trickier for the Russos as the new season of Wizards of Waverly Place picks up right where things left off in October's Season 3 finale, after the magical bunch escaped from a government agency holding them captive. Selena Gomez, who plays middle child Alex, fills us in on what to expect with the show, including the chances of a fifth season...
As the Blue Bloods cop most likely to shove a perp's head in a toilet, Danny Reagan (Donnie Wahlberg) makes it hard to tell which side of the law he's on. "He's a gray guy," says Wahlberg. "Is anyone really good or bad?" Though Danny exercises a little flexibility with constitutional rights, he's always a stand-up older brother to the youngest Reagan, Jamie (Will Estes), who recently joined the force...
Lee Majors, Stephen Moyer
Lee Majors, who kicked off his career as young buck Heath Barkley in the 1965-69 TV western The Big Valley, has been tapped to play his old character's father, Tom Barkley, in a 2011 big-screen remake. "I have a beard I've been growing since July because they keep pushing back the start date," says Lee, who will get to kiss Jessica Lange (as his wife Victoria Barkley) before he's bumped off. "The story's very true to our original pilot. They just backed it up a few years so you get to know the father and set up his affair with another lady."
The delays in shooting...
Cheers to John Slattery for his sidesplitting turn as a true madman on 30 Rock.
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Following in the wingtipped footsteps of costar Jon Hamm, the Emmy nominee hammed it up hilariously as Steve Austin — not the wrestler, or the Six Million Dollar Man, unless you're blind or senile — a Rhode Island congressional candidate/owner of a local paintball facility. Sure, his literally infantile platform (and his even-less-authentic-than-Julianne-Moore's accent) might have seemed silly, but is "I'm a baby" any more ridiculous of a campaign-commercial theme than Christine O'Donnell's "I'm not a witch"?
Still, Alec Baldwin's Jack Donaghy...
Weekly World News
The National Enquirer must be so jealous. Fox is developing a 30-minute comedy based on the supermarket tabloid Weekly World News, according to Variety.
The publication, which stopped printing in 2007 but continues to produce outlandish stories (that they maintain are true) via its website, is best known for its coverage of everything from ...
Steve Carell, Lea Michele
It sounded like a brilliant, made-for-sweeps idea: The Office's Dunder Mifflin gang would get together to watch an episode of Glee. Producers were so pumped by the comedic potential of their plan that even though their bosses at NBC weren't thrilled about promoting another network's hit, they went ahead with it anyway.
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"It's not just a popular show, but a phenomenon," Office executive producer Paul Lieberstein told Zap2it last month. "We watch a lot of TV; we watch Glee. We like it. ... I don't know. Someone said the words 'Glee viewing party' and it just made us laugh so hard that we had to do it."
The set-up was simple ....