NBC has reduced the order for freshman series Chase from 22 to 18 episodes, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Chase and cult favorite Chuck were originally picked up for a full season in October, the day after NBC renewed its other first-year series Law & Order: Los Angeles, Outsourced and The Event. Chase started off reasonably well, premiering to 7.3 million viewers and a 2.5 rating in the adults 18-49 demo, but viewership has since...
Darren Criss and Chris Colfer
Since Finn Hudson first belted out the opening lines of Journey's "Don't Stop Believing" in the pilot, Glee has reinvented countless tunes from musical eras past. From Neil Diamond's "Sweet Caroline" to Broadway tunes of yesteryear like Cabaret's "Maybe This Time," New Directions has a knack for making the old new again.
So of course we were excited to hear that the series would be tackling an array of Christmas classics -- judging by this clip, Glee does not disappoint. In this video from Tuesday's episode, Kurt (Chris Colfer) duets with his new classmate Blaine (Darren Criss) on the 1944 staple "Baby, It's Cold Outside." Colfer handles those high notes with ease and the on-screen...
Elaine Kaufman, the well-known owner of legendary New York City restaurant Elaine's, has died, according to The New York Post. She was 81 years old.
Kaufman, who had been in failing health, died at 12:20 p.m. at Lenox Hill Hospital, a spokeswoman for the restaurant told the paper. She died from complications tied to emphysema.
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Born in 1929, Kaufman grew up in Queens and spent her early years hanging out backstage at theaters around the city. She opened Elaine's in 1963 with just $12,000 and the restaurant quickly became a go-to spot for writers in the area. Kaufman was known for...
The Luthors rise again! Smallville (The CW, 8/7c) pulls a Fringe tonight with a trip to an alternate universe where Lionel Luthor (returning guest John Glover) still lives, and his family looks very different than the one we've known for the last 10 years. Here, the superfabulous Cassidy Freeman talks about becoming the newest member of Metropolis' most messed-up clan and what we can expect from her Tess Mercer in the second half of the season.
As the TV calendar year begins to wind down, here's some of what got me wound up about TV this week.
FINALE WATCH: DOGGONE GOOD: And now the waiting begins, with these appropriately ambiguous final words as Hank and Britt reach a crossroads in FX's terrific Terriers season (hopefully not series) finale: "Which way will it be?" There's little doubt that Hank will deliver his partner and best bud Britt to prison to serve time for his jealousy-fueled assault on the guy-who-didn't-sleep-with-Katie.
Emmy, Golden Globe, Oscar and Tony Award-winner Jeremy Irons will guest-star on an upcoming episode of Law & Order: SVU, TVGuide.com has learned.
The 62-year-old actor will play Dr. Cap Jackson, a sex therapist who runs a sex addiction rehab clinic. The episode, titled "Mask," is scheduled to air in early 2011.
Journalist and Charlie St. Cloud author Ben Sherwood has been named president of ABC News, the network announced Friday.
In his new position, Sherwood will be responsible for all editorial, programming and digital aspects of the ABC News programs.
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On Dexter, nothing sets up a good sex scene like murder.
In last week's episode, after Dexter (Michael C. Hall) helped rape victim Lumen (guest star Julia Stiles) get her first taste of revenge by killing one of her tormentors, the duo hit the sheets, becoming more than just partners in crime. But Stiles found a certain poetry in the juxtaposition of those two scenes.
"Lumen is the only person alive who sees Dexter's true self and accepts him. There's something oddly romantic about that, and also very intimate," Stiles tells TVGuide.com. "The reverse ...
Get ready to see a whole lot more of Kirsten Dunst.
The actress has a nude shower scene with Ryan Gosling in her new film, All Good Things, and will take it all off again in her next movie, Melancholia.
"So [fans will] get used to seeing me naked," she tells Vanity Fair. "Trust me, they'll ...